Kleemann’s SPECTIVE CONNECT Now Features Tool Management 

The intuitive SPECTIVE operating concept from Kleemann contributes significantly to efficient operability of the Kleemann crushing plants. The mobile application SPECTIVE CONNECT, in particular, supports the operator on the worksite on a typical workday. 

The crushing tools of the plants can now also be managed conveniently in SPECTIVE CONNECT. The system has been extended by the practical “Tool Management” feature for this purpose. Tool Management permits documentation of the plant crushing tools and their service lives in SPECTIVE CONNECT. 

SPECTIVE CONNECT is first used to make the manual selection of the tool. These are the TRON rotor ledges for the impact crusher, the BITE crusher jaws for the jaw crusher and the CONE bowl liner and crusher cone for the cone crusher, which are available in different versions. 

The current tool, the operating hours with this tool and the crushed tons during the current usage period are displayed in the dashboard. Furthermore, other optional tools can be displayed and assigned to the project. The operator thus always has an overview of the tools installed in the machine.

When a tool is assigned, the current date, the current operating hours and – with the use of a belt scale – the plant performance are documented. If it is necessary to change the tool, a new tool can be assigned in SPECTIVE CONNECT or the time of turning can be documented. 

The previous tools remain in a history. After some time, an average service life can be calculated, or read out. A pending tool change can then be planned in good time. Advantage to the operator: Good planning for less downtime. 

The Tool Management information is available to all connected SPECTIVE CONNECT users – synchronization takes place automatically. For simple repeat ordering of the tools via your WIRTGEN GROUP contact person, Tool Management also includes a order form.

The continuous further development of the digital toolbox of SPECTIVE and SPECTIVE CONNECT makes possible more safety for the operator, higher plant availability, better utilization and thus higher cost-effectiveness.

Wirtgen Group (Kleemann), www.wirtgen-group.com

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