The MOBISCREEN EVO Mobile Screens are being manufactured by the Wirtgen Group in India at its local production and assembly plant in Pune. The mobile screening plants in the MOBISCREEN EVO line are successful all over the world. The machines are classifying screens, which means that they classify the rock after it has been crushed by KLEEMANN crushing plants, sorting it into up to three aggregate fractions (MS 702 EVO and MS 952 EVO plants with two screen decks) or up to four aggregate fractions (the 703 and 953 plants with three screen decks).
Using various screen surfaces, the plants are ideal for a wide range of applications, such as for classifying granite, basalt, iron ore or limestone. Other highlights of the MOBISCREEN EVO line include a large feed hopper with vibration for pre-screening, an easy-to-operate mobile control panel, and a fully automatic process control system.
Top performance in open cast applications
The screens make a particularly valuable contribution in their “home market” as there is hardly another region anywhere in the world with a more dynamic road construction industry than India. When constructing roads, it is particularly important to have a supply of crushed aggregate in precisely defined grain sizes.
KLEEMANN plants also perform invaluable services in open cast applications. This is being demonstrated by 4 MOBISCREEN EVO plants of the MS 952 EVO and MS 953 EVO types in Keonjhar in the state of Odisha. KLEEMANN technology is sustainably boosting productivity and efficiency at an iron ore extraction site operated by its customer Kalinga Commercial Corporation Limited (KCCL). “At present, we are operating 4 plants for 18-20 hours a day. And we are getting high production levels from all 4 plants,” says Shri Kumar, Project Manager at KCCL.