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Kleemann MOBISCREEN MS 703 EVO Mobile Screen

Maker:  Conrad
Model No:  2518
Scale:  1:50
Review Date:  October 2017

Conrad Index
Mining / Quarrying Index

Cranes Etc Model Rating
Packaging   (max 10) 9
Detail   (max 30) 21
Features   (max 20) 15
Quality   (max 25) 21
Price   (max 15) 10
Overall   (max 100) 76%


Kleemann MOBISCREEN MS 703 EVO Mobile Screen Video.  [Youku video]
Kleemann box.
Rollers under the fines belt.
Loaded with an excavator.
Being fed by a crusher.
Ready for the road.
On a low loader. The fines belt is not foldable so it overhangs.

Kleemann is part of the Wirtgen Group and it manufactures crushers and screening plant.  It has a long history going back to 1857.  In 2017 the Wirtgen Group was acquired by the US company Deere.

The MOBISCREEN MS 703 EVO is a mobile screening plant with a triple deck screen.  It can process up to 350 tonnes of material per hour.  The machine is readily transportable and has a weight of about 33 tonnes.


The model comes in a Kleeman branded box which has a high quality photo and technical information about the real machine in both English and German. 

There were no defects or missing parts on the review model.

There are a few parts to the model and a clear instruction sheet describes the main points.  Assembly is straightforward.


The undercarriage has one-piece moulded plastic tracks with a very good colour match, and the metal track frames are simple, without working rollers.

The hopper has a metal grating and there are plastic support legs.  Under the grating the Kleemann graphics are sharp.

The engine compartment has nicely formed grilles and there is paint highlighting to add detail.  The light tower is metal and paint tipped. The screen box has more nice paint highlighting and the handrails are metal.

The conveyors have plain rubber belts and plastic rollers underneath add to the look.


The plastic tracks roll well on a rough surface.

The screen box can be lowered for the transport mode, and raised for operations.  

The feed hopper has support legs which cane be lowered but they do not reach track level.  The grating lifts off making the sloping direction reversible.  The grate can also be tilted and propped slightly using extending supports.

The side discharge belts can be removed for transport.  The rubber belts can be moved a small amount by using fingers.

The oversize conveyor can be rotated to obtain a different discharge point.

The model strips down to make a good transport load.  However the fines conveyor located at the end is not foldable so the overall transport length is long.


As usual Conrad has produced a robust and strong model.  A number of the smaller parts are modelled in plastic, and the plastic tracks would have been nicer in metal. 

The paint finish is very good and there are sharp graphics.


It has a relatively high price possibly reflecting a limited production volume.


It is good to see another materials processing model.  This one poses well with related models and would look convincing as part of a diorama.


The model first appeared at the time of the Nuremberg Toy Fair in February 2017.

The model assembled.
Profile view in transport mode.
Nicely detailed screen box.
Realistic appearance.
Nice engine cover grille.
Impressive diorama.