Wing Pulleys are available in CEMA-rated style.

Press Release Summary:

Chevron wing pulleys are rated for CEMA construction applications, which are often light-duty, portable conveyors that make infrequent starts and stops. Units have V-shape construction to deflect material and prevent it from lodging, maximizing pulley life and minimizing belt damage. They are available with diameters from 10-20 in. and face widths from 20-63 in., and in Mine Duty and Super Duty styles with diameters from 12-48 in. and face widths from 12-78 in.

Original Press Release:

Superior Industries Expands Line of Chevron® Wing Pulleys to Include CEMA Rated

Morris, MN - Superior Industries, a leading manufacturer of conveyor systems and components, introduces an extension to its line of Chevron wing pulleys. The company announced today it is now building and distributing a style rated for CEMA construction. CEMA applications are often light duty, portable conveyors that make infrequent starts and stops. Load, dimensions and crown design standards are defined by ANSI B105.1.

With their patented v-shape construction, Chevron wing pulleys are designed to deflect material and prevent it from lodging better than standard wing pulleys. Less opportunity for trapped fugitive material between pulley wings means longer lasting wing pulleys and less belt damage.

Other benefits include much softer decibel levels generated by the Chevron wing pulley. According to Superior, a standard wing pulley produces about 120 decibels of sound, while the Chevron wing pulley sustains a level of 70 decibels. The company says that is like comparing a jet engine to a vacuum cleaner.

With the addition, Superior's Chevron wing pulleys are now available in CEMA rated construction with diameters from 10" to 20" and face widths from 20" to 63", plus Mine Duty and Super Duty styles with diameters from 12" to 48" and face widths from 12" to 78".

About Superior Industries

Headquartered in Morris, Minnesota, Superior Industries designs and fabricates a full line of conveying equipment, telescoping conveyors, supply-erect systems, feed systems, conveyor idlers, pulleys, as well as other conveyor components. Besides Morris, the company operates from manufacturing facilities in Prescott Valley, Arizona, and Norcross, Georgia.

For more information, contact:

Corey Poppe

Corporate Marketing

315 East State Highway 28

Morris, Minnesota 56267


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