The new UL4853 truck brings power, portability and productivity to bulk material handling applications. The UL 4853 easily takes loads from a low base and conveys a large volume of material efficiently, eliminating double handling through direct unloading of trucks.
The wide, extended 48” x 53’ conveyor belt loads material onto a stock-pile, into a barge or rail carriage, or other auxiliary equipment, delivering up to 1500 US TPH. The truck unloader has the ability to handle a complete range of materials such as; coal, sand, gravel, grains, Ores (iron, copper, tin, bauxite, etc.), aggregates, woodchips, etc.
- 1200mm (48”) wide heavy duty 53’ Main conveyor
- 55Kw (74Hp) Cat 3.4 Tier 4 Final
- Large feed hopper
- Hydraulic Folding main conveyor
- Fast on site setup time – 5 minute
- Hopper Extension Option
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