Innovative grinding technology

Vario 900 – grinding know-how by Keller

Keller grinding technology is a product segment in which the plant and machine engineering company based in Ibbenbüren, Germany, is constantly further developing its portfolio and facing the challenges of the market. The targets and needs of the customers are the driving force for the further developments.

As machine and plant manufacturer, Keller is challenged to respond to changing times with solutions that ensure its customers’ competitiveness with optimized production technology. For the production of high-precision bricks, the Vario 900 grinding machine is one answer. It represents the latest generation of Keller grinding machines and continues the successful history of Keller grinding technologies.

System configuration for the Vario 900

The machine is designed to allow easy project-specific machine configuration and at the same time the combination of individual customer requirements with balanced cost-effectiveness.

To meet different requirements, the Vario 900 system is divided into modules. Each module can be configured in different technological versions: Standard, Professional and Premium. Additional customer wishes can be met with project-specific module adaptations. The grinding machine boasts the following special features:

modular design

high efficiency

durability and low maintenance

high precision

»1 shows an overview of the models in the Standard/Professional / Premium technology versions. The modular design of the grinding system offers customers project-specific machine configuration with high process reliability thanks to proven technology. Drawing on its many years of experience, Keller assists users not only with investment in a new grinding machine, but also as a partner for the optimization of existing grinding machines.

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