Intelligent line coupling via radio from Kleemann

Kleemann says its feed control CFS (continuous feed system) optimises the crushing process of the Kleemann plant automatically so that material is always conveyed with maximum efficiency through the machines.
May 25, 2023
Kleemann’s safety coupling system has been extended by a wireless version
Kleemann’s safety coupling system has been extended by a wireless version

At the same time, the manufacturer says the filling level of the plant’s crushing chamber is monitored. If the filling level reaches a height that can be defined in advance, the material feed of the machine is adjusted accordingly.

For automatic optimisation of the crushing process between crushing plants and to achieve maximum utilisation of the plant train, Kleemann plants are simply linked with one another via intelligent line coupling. The safety coupling has now been extended by a wireless version. Wireless line coupling is easier to handle and makes the typical workday of the operator easier.

CFS forms the perfect basis for the intelligent 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 previously defined filling level of the respective upstream machine. When the desired filling level is reached, the production output of the upstream machine is reduced temporarily. This prevents overloads, reduces the wear on the plants and results in higher availability and output.

In an emergency, it is sufficient to press any emergency stop on the plant train – and all machines stop. This is guaranteed by the safety coupling of the plants, which now not only has a connection via cables but has also been extended by coupling technology via a radio system.

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