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24-th International exhibition of machines and equipment for mining, processing and transportation of minerals
21-23 April 2020 • Crocus Expo, Moscow, Russia

Specialists in High-Pressure Comminution

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Founded in 1898 in Hattingen, Germany, Köppern remains a family-owned enterprise that continues to reflect its traditional values of technology leadership and highly dependable manufacturing quality, coupled with a unique regard for the individual needs of its customers. Köppern’s global network of subsidiaries provides customized services on all continents.
Specialists in High-Pressure Comminution

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Today, the Köppern Group is a modern, high-tech German group of companies at the forefront of roller press technology. We are dedicated to maintaining and extending our position as one of the world’s leading specialists in the manufacture and supply of plant and machinery for the minerals industries.

Innovation Leadership

Since the beginning of the 20th century, roller presses had been used in a variety of industrial applications mainly centered on agglomeration processes for the briquetting and compaction of fine bulk materials. Later, this basic concept has been applied to the design of high-pressure comminution machines. The mid-80s saw the start of a continuous development phase in the area of wear protection for hard-rock grinding surfaces, finally leading to the state-of-the-art HYBRIDUR® system introduced by Köppern in 2012.

Improved Cost-Efficiency

These technological advances as well as Köppern’s design improvements have resulted in a significant drop in machine downtimes. The resulting increase in productivity enables our customers to compete more successfully in their own market segments.

For more information about our equipment, we invite you to the exhibition MiningWorld Russia —2019 (Pavilion 1, Hall 3, Booth C622).