Sandvik Construction provides solutions for construction industries in niches such as quarrying, tunneling, demolition, dimensional stone, recycling and civil engineering.

UH320 Wheeled unit

Former Model: RC3800

Our UH320 is an integrated mobile cone crusher and triple deck screener all combined on a wheeled chassis. We have designed this unit to operate in open or closed circuit for ultimate flexibility. It offers you superb functionality and can produce three calibrated fractions thanks to the market leading CH430 cone crusher.

The UH320 is powered by an electric motor making it environmentally friendly and cost effective. It incorporates many onboard process options to help you fine tune the end product. You can monitor all this by onboard intelligence in conjunction with ASRi (automatic setting regulation).

The UH320 is available in three different models to suit the level of flexibility you require in your operation:

  • Classic - pre-separation and screening before crushing
  • Direct - crushing before screening
  • Flex - pre-separation and flexible process fine tuning of proportional crushing in order to optimize % in shape

Also available within the cone range are the UV320 and UH430E models.

Features and Benefits:

  • Can be used as a tertiary crushing and screening unit, or single stage in natural sand and gravel operations providing ultimate flexibility
  • Closed circuit and interlocked process unit
  • Highly efficient onboard screen for product classification
  • Quick set-up time. Easily accessed for service and maintenance.
  • Designed for maximum efficiency, high quality end product and low operating cost
Key Specifications
Equipment Sandvik CH430 Cone & SS1843 Screen
No. of products 3-4
Maximum Feed Size 160mm / 6"
Transport Length (Classic & Direct) 17.7m / 58.1' (Flex) 17.85 m / 58.6'
Transport Width 3.0m / 9.8'
Transport Height 4.4m / 14.4'
Weight 47,500 kg / 104,400 lbs

Please note all weights and dimensions are for standard units only.

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