Skip to main content

Superior launches new belt scale for dry bulk material handling applications

Published by
World Coal,


Superior Industries Inc has introduced a new belt scale for dry bulk material handling applications. The new scale is characterised by a unique, flush-mount design, so owners and operators can avoid cutting or torching their conveyor frame for installation.

Superior explained the scale will install without interfering with the existing conveyor frame. Engineers simplified installation further by designing a much sturdier weighbridge than industry average. This robust design prevents any wobbling or tipping for a stress-free installation.

Superior said its integrator – constructed with a large, colour display – is designed with an easy to operate setup and adjustment wizard. The standard model integrator includes an onboard Ethernet port, two independent RS-232 serial outputs (for optional printer and/or scoreboard display) and a battery backup feature. In addition, the integrator is equipped with self-diagnostic capabilities for operators to view setup parameters, load cell signals, I/O settings, speed sensor frequencies, angle sensor readings and calibration specifications.

Utilising a modular design, the new scale fits to belt widths between 18 in. (460 mm) and 72 in. (1830 mm). The unit is shipped with a scale quality, Superior brand idler in CEMA class ratings of B, C, D or E. Each scale is designed with an accuracy rating of ±1/2% and is suited for dry bulk applications producing up to 3000 tph.

Edited from press release by Harleigh Hobbs

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcoal.com/product-news/18092015/superior-launches-new-belt-scale-for-dry-bulk-material-handling-applications-2873/

You might also like

Dyno Nobel

[Webinar] Breaking new ground in mine blasting

Dyno Nobel will be discussing the latest innovations for making mine blasting more productive and less costly. Register for free today »

 

New Chair appointed for MCA

The Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) has today appointed a new Chair to lead the organisation.

 
 

Embed article link: (copy the HTML code below):