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Kleemann MOBICAT MC 110 Z EVO Mobile Crusher

Maker:  NZG
Model No:  878
Scale:  1:50
Review Date:  March 2014

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Price   (max 15)11
Overall   (max 100)80%


Kleemann MOBICAT MC 110 Z EVO Mobile Crusher - Video  [Youku Video]
Kleemann branded box.
Profile view.
Modelled springs on the pre-screen.
Opening cover.  Access ladder lowered.
On the road.
Conveyor end folded lower.
At work.
Comment on this model.

Kleemann GmbH is part of the Wirtgen Group and it manufactures crushers and screening plant.  It has a long history, being founded in 1857.

The MOBICAT MC 110 Z EVO is a mobile jaw crusher.  It weighs around 43 tonnes and can process up to 300 tonnes/hour.  The machine is aimed at contractors and can be used for natural stone or recycling.


The model comes in a Kleemann branded box and is enclosed between expanded polystyrene trays. 

The review model had no missing parts or defects.

A small bag contains some spare track links. 

The box design is good as panels are used for information about the real machine as well as good photographs on the other panels.


The metal tracks have triple grouser shoes and the track frames are very good as for the most part they have working rollers with a couple fixed on each side. 

The rubber discharge belt runs from underneath the body up the conveyor frame which is metal.  A magnetic separator belt hangs from a frame and the securing rivets used are brass rather friction pins.

The engine cover is textured with a grille but it is solid rather than having slots that allow the engine to be seen.  A neat touch is the red emergency stop button below the engine cover on each side.  A metal access ladder rises to the engine access platform.  Inside opening covers the jaw drive flywheels and drive belt are modelled.

The feed hopper has a top plastic surface and the detail underneath is interesting with twin motors to vibrate the hopper.  Underneath the pre-screen is a transverse rubber belt. 

Metal ladders and handrails rise up to the pre-screen and the crusher jaws are modelled well.


The tracks roll smoothly and are spring loaded to keep tension.

The screen on the pre-screener can be lifted off and the debris cover on top of the jaws can be opened.

The pre-screen conveyor can be stored for transport or moved into the work position.

The covers on each side can be opened to give access to the fly wheels and crusher drive belt.  The fit of the doors is not quite perfect though so they do not close snugly.

The drive belt rotates and it moves the crusher jaws a little which is a very nice feature.

The access ladder to the middle platform can be raised or lowered.

The magnetic conveyor can be raised and lowered slightly and it can be rotated although it is very stiff.

The main conveyor belt can be rotated, and the end can be folded to lower the transport headroom.


This is a good quality model with a high metal content.

The paint is very good and the graphics are sharp.


It is reasonable value.


NZG continues to produce high quality replicas for the Wirtgen Group and this Kleemann crusher is a good example.  The build quality of the opening doors was not top notch on the review model, but overall it is easy to highly recommend.


The model first appeared at the BAUMA Exhibition in 2013.
Motors under the hopper.
Full length conveyor.
Flywheel and drive belt.
Pre-screen removed and cover to the jaws open.
Conveyor unfolded ready for work.
Loading the crusher.
Rocks in the jaws.