Linder Industrial Machinery Company has been named distributor of Kleemann minerals aggregate processing equipment for most of Florida, and North Carolina and South Carolina.
At Linder it joins other product lines from Wirtgen America Inc., including asphalt reclaiming and recycling equipment from Wirtgen, asphalt and soil compactors from Hamm Compaction Division, and asphalt pavers from Vögele America Inc.
Founded in 1953, Linder Industrial Machinery Company serves a wide range of markets that require off road equipment. There are now 16 locations throughout Florida, North Carolina and South Carolina.
“We are very pleased to welcome Linder to the growing list of distributors for Kleemann equipment,” said Evan Clarke, vice president, Kleemann. “As Kleemann gathers momentum within the United States and Canadian markets, and new dealers take on the product line, many customers are seeing the ’Kleemann Advantage’. We bring to the market a wide range of track mobile crushers and screens with many unique features.”
Kleemann is a newcomer to the North American aggregate processing market, but its roots lie deep. Established in Germany in 1857, Kleemann was acquired by Wirtgen Group in 2006. Now, a growing network of equipment distributors and dealers is enabling Kleemann to boost its domestic profile and serve customers in North America.
Today Kleemann manufactures and markets a broad range of durable, productive mobile and stationary processing equipment and technology for crushed stone, demolition waste and mixed construction waste.
Kleemann’s product brand names are:
• The MOBICAT mobile primary jaw on crawler chassis with feeding unit, pre-screen and conveyors built in various sizes ranging from 100 to 1,000 tph (91 to 907 t) capacity
• The MOBIREX mobile primary impactor on crawler chassis with feeding unit, pre-screen and conveyors built in various sizes ranging from 100 to 1,000 tph capacity
• The MOBIFOX mobile secondary crushing machines with feeding unit, impact crusher and a screen producing up to 3 grain sizes, and
• The MOBISCREEN mobile screening machines, producing up to 4 grain sizes with fixed or swiveling discharge belts, with a screening surface dependent on ultimate use.