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Superior Industries expands Exterra Belt Cleaners line

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World Coal,


Superior Industries Inc., a US-based manufacturer and global supplier of bulk material processing and handling systems, is expanding its line of Exterra Belt Cleaners with a new secondary model.

Designed for straightforward, quick conveyor installations, the Exterra Secondary Belt Cleaner will debut at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2017. Trade show attendees will be able to view the cleaner from 7 – 11 March at Superior’s booth (#C31955) in Central Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center.

The Exterra Secondary Belt Cleaner will debut alongside a number of new equipment from Superior.

“We’re excited to show the industry a lot of new products. We really work hard to be a solutions provider, to bring products to the market that solve a problem,” said Matt Wulf, Superior’s components operations manager.

Segmented into 3 in. urethane chunks with tungsten carbide tops, the belt cleaner’s blade is engineered for long life and efficient material shedding. Superior’s design allows the blade segments to individually conform to the belt for effective cleaning. Additionally, the cleaner’s blade angle is adjustable to accommodate mechanical and vulcanised splices.

The Exterra Secondary Belt Cleaner is designed for belt widths of 18 – 72 in. (457 – 1828 mm) and belt speeds up to 1000 ft/min. (5.1 m/sec.).

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcoal.com/product-news/17022017/superior-industries-expands-exterra-belt-cleaners-line/

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