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Overland Conveyor targets dry bulk material handlers.
Overland Conveyor targets dry bulk material handlers.
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April 21, 2014 - Featuring modular, pre-engineered design that accommodates standard, off-the-shelf components, Zipline™ Conveyor permits tool-less installations for bulk material handlers in variety of industries including construction aggregates, coal mining, biomass handling, industrial minerals, and marine terminal applications. System is available in standard belt widths of 30, 36, and 42 in. with max production rates of 500–1,500 short tons per hour.

Superior Debuts New, Quick Setup Overland Conveyor

Superior Industries Of Morris
P.O. Box 654
Morris, MN, 56267

Press release date: April 8, 2014

Superior Industries, Inc., a major manufacturer of conveyor systems and their related components, launched a brand new overland conveyor model for dry bulk material handlers. Branded the Zipline™ Conveyor, the modular, pre-engineered system permits quick, tool-less installations for bulk material handlers in a variety of industries including constructions aggregates, coal mining, biomass handling, industrial minerals and marine terminal applications.

Unlike similar, pre-engineered overland systems, Superior engineers designed the Zipline Conveyor to accommodate standard, off-the-shelf conveyor components. Common troughing idlers, for example, are placed into position and secured by hand with supplied brackets, j-bolts and eye nuts. Additionally, the components are easy to promptly source and replace from local distribution.

Stocked in dealer inventory, the cost effective conveyor adapts well to future modifications. Simply source additional intermediate sections and shift the head or tail section of the Zipline Conveyor to expand the travel length of the groundline system.

Superior’s Zipline Conveyor is available in standard belt widths of 30-inches (750mm), 36-inches (900mm) and 42-inches (1,050mm) and maximum production rates of 500 (450 metric tons) to 1,500 (1,360 metric tons) short tons per hour.

About Superior Industries
Superior Industries has a reputation of engineering and manufacturing groundbreaking, bulk material handling conveyors and cutting-edge conveyor components. From its headquarters in Minnesota, U.S.A., the manufacturer supplies stackers, transfer conveyors, feed systems and shiploading equipment; plus idlers, pulleys and accessories to lower operating costs and increase production. The company manufactures from additional plants in Arizona and Georgia, U.S.A.

For more information, contact:
Corey Poppe, Marketing Manager
315 East State Highway 28
Morris, Minnesota 56267 U.S.A.
+1 (320) 589-2406

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