Wirtgen Group's Kleemann crushing plants can be coupled with one another using radio technology. The wireless line coupling feature helps prevent overload situations and damage during use.
Wireless line coupling is currently available as an option for the following jaw crushers: MOBICAT MC 110(i) EVO2 and MC 120(i) PRO, cone crushers MOBICONE MCO 90(i) EVO2 and MCO 110(i) PRO, as well as the following impact crushers: MOBIREX MR 110(i) EVO2, MR 130(i) EVO2 and MR 130(i) PRO.
The crushing process of the Kleemann crushing plants is optimized automatically by the innovative feed control CFS (Continuous Feed System) so that material is conveyed through the machines. At the same time, the filling level of the plant's crushing chamber is monitored. When the filling level reaches a height that can be defined in advance, the material feed of the machine is adjusted.
This system forms the basis for the line coupling of an interlinked plant train. The optionally available probes at the crusher discharge conveyor and/or fine grain conveyor of the upstream machine monitor the filling level of the feeding unit of the respective upstream machine. When the filling level also reaches a defined height here, the output of the upstream plant is temporarily reduced.
Wireless Line Coupling
If an emergency stop button is pressed on the plant train in the event of an emergency, all machines are safely stopped. This is facilitated by the safety coupling of the plants. For this purpose, apart from the cable connection, new coupling technology via a radio system is now available. With wireless line coupling technology, complex cable routing is no longer necessary and conversion of the plants is also possible.