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Superior Industries adds new speed sensor to offering

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Superior Industries Inc., a US-based manufacturer and global supplier of bulk material processing and handling systems, has added a new Speed Sensor to its conveyor component accessories offering.

he Speed Sensor monitors the speed of a conveyor belt by producing electronic pulses interpreted by a PLC or Superior Speed Sensor module. The unit’s sensors help operators control conveyor shutdowns, monitor belt slippage, and trigger warning systems.

Fitted for CEMA C and D idlers, Superior Speed Sensors are available for belt widths ranging from 24 – 72 in. and are protected by a two year components warranty. They can be mounted on a clean side roll, return roll, or troughing wing roll.

From its headquarters in Morris, Minnesota, the manufacturing firm supplies bulk crushing, screening, washing and conveying systems for industries including construction aggregates, mining, bulk terminals, agriculture, power and biomass. In addition, the 45-year-old Superior operates from additional facilities in Arizona, Georgia, Illinois, Michigan and Nebraska, US; Alberta and New Brunswick, Canada; and three locations in Brazil to serve South American markets.

Read the article online at: https://www.drybulkmagazine.com/product-news/24052017/superior-industries-adds-new-speed-sensor-to-offering/

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