Mobile crusher debut

By Chris Sleight08 November 2010

The big news from Wirtgen will be the introduction of its Kleemann mobile crushers to the market. The company will have a brand new MR 110 ZS impact crusher on display, a unit that offers a 1.1 m feed opening and a throughput of 350 tonnes per hour.

Other models on the group's stand will be drawn from its various ranges of road building equipment, including six milling machines from Wirtgen and a new cold recycler, the WR 2000 XL, which is based on the WR 2000 but adapted to specific local market requirements.

It can be equipped with an industry standard 2.00 m wide recycling drum, optionally with a 2.40 m recycling drum, and cuts up to 500 mm deep.

Sister company Vögele meanwhile will show 9 m and 13 m class pavers in the shape of the Super 1800-2 is equipped with an AB 600-2 screed (9 m) and the Super 2100-2 with a SB 250 TV screed (12 m).

Also on show will be the company's SprayJet Module for paving thin layers. In the compact paver classes, the company will show its Super 800, Super 1103-2 and the Super 1300-2 models for jobs such as footpaths and cycle paths.

The focus of attention for Witgen's compaction specialist Hamm meanwhile will new quieter and more powerful rollers in its CompactLine, in the shape of the HD 8, HD 10 and HD 12. Further up the weight classes will be the HD 130 and the only real oscillation roller on the market in China, the HD O 120 V.

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