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Hayden-Murphy Demonstrates What Kleemann Can Do

Wed December 12, 2018 - Midwest Edition #25

The conveyor maintains a steady flow of crushed material. Jim Peka, service technician of Hayden-Murphy, arrives at the Ulland Bros. gravel pit.
(L-R): Dave Bozicevich, sales representative of Unified Crushing and Screening, Eagan Minn.; Tim Isaacson, technical specialist of Hayden-Murphy, Bloomington, Minn.; Cory Fuhrmann, district sales manager, Wirtgen Group;  and Quinton Daunt, technical specialist, Wirtgen Group, line up for a photo at the Kleemann equipment demonstration. 
A Cat loader scoops up raw material for processing.

The M5 953i EVO plant is used as a classifying screen.
Crushed material is piled high at the Ulland Brothers
gravel pit.
The Kleemann KW 80 conveyor is inspected before the demonstration.
The Kleemann MobiCat MC 110 Zi achieves a maximum feed capacity of 330 tons per hour.

Hayden-Murphy held a demonstration of its Kleemann crushing and mobile screening plants Oct. 5 at the Ulland Brothers gravel pit in Hermantown, Minn., near Duluth.

Guests saw the following Kleemann equipment in action:

MobiCat MC 110 Zi

A mobile jaw crusher from the new EVO generation with diverse possibilities of use, ideal for requirements in the contractor area. The jaw crusher has an inlet opening measuring 44 x 28 in. and achieves a maximum feed capacity of 330 tons per hour. Its diesel-direct drive ensures excellent efficiency. Primary screening is very effective due to independent double-deck pre-screen. Hopper walls integrated in the chassis and a fully hydraulic crushing gap adjustment guarantee quick setup times.

Mobiscreen M5 953i EVO

The M5 953i EVO plant is used as a classifying screen. It has a screen casing with an area of 5 ft. 1 in. x 20 ft. triple deck and can thus meet high performance demands. The feed hopper has a high holding capacity and opens in the direction of material flow, which guarantees optimum material flow. The plant is characterized by its flexible utilizability, excellent transport properties, fast setup time and efficient operation combined with top output values.

Mobicone MC0 9 Si

The MCO 9 Si can be used either as a secondary or tertiary crushing plant. Due to the low total weight, it can be moved without great difficulty with a flat-bed trailer. In addition, all components can remain on the plant during transportation. It has the added benefit of short setup times, allowing more flexibility when moving from site to site. 37-in. max feed up to 8 in. of product.

About Ulland Brothers

In business for more than 95 years, Ulland Brothers is among the largest excavating and paving contractors in Minnesota. The company was founded in 1920, when Oscar and Palmer Ulland began their woodcutting business with little more than a handsaw, an old Ford truck and a simple philosophy: Always keep your word to your customer, always do your best work, and success will follow.

For information, call 952-884-2301 or visit


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