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New self-contained option creates more applications for Superior’s Telestacker conveyor

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Superior Industries, a US-based manufacturer and supplier of bulk material processing and handling systems, has introduced a standard new set of TeleStacker® Conveyor models with onboard power. These self-contained, radial, telescoping conveyors are equipped with a 96kW Cat 4.4 Tier 4 Final engine. The most popular applications for the new models will be remote quarrying and mining sites, where access to permanent electrical power transmission is not practical.

New self-contained option creates more applications for Superior’s Telestacker conveyor

Self-contained TeleStacker Conveyors are designed in 36 in. (914 mm) belt widths and fully-extended operating lengths of 110, 130 and 150 ft (34 m, 40 m and 46 m). As always, Superior says its engineering team will collaborate with bulk handlers requiring custom widths and lengths. Other standard features include XTP swing axles, hydraulic drives for the main and stinger conveyors, Superior brand idlers and pulleys, plus an onboard counterweight. Additionally, the manufacturer offers dozens of options to match the TeleStacker Conveyor to its environment.

Read the article online at: https://www.drybulkmagazine.com/product-news/02072020/new-self-contained-option-creates-more-applications-for-superiors-telestacker-conveyor/

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