Superior Industries

The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) announces Mary Erholtz, Vice President Marketing for Superior Industries, will chair the next ConExpo-Con/AGG, set for March 10-14, 2020 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, USA. Erholtz will lead a cross-section of industry leaders who come together in the show's management committee to oversee planning of the construction industry's global gathering place every three years in North America.

Superior Construction of Jacksonville, Fla., is currently working on a rebuild of the University Boulevard Bridge over the Arlington River in Jacksonville. The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) contract is for $11.3 million, and the design-build project will take about a year and a half to complete.

Superior Industries Inc., a major manufacturer of conveyor systems and their related components, launched a brand new overland conveyor model. Branded the Zipline conveyor, the modular, pre-engineered system permits quick, tool-less installations for bulk material handlers in a variety of industries including construction aggregates, coal mining, biomass handling, industrial minerals and marine terminal applications.

Superior Industries first introduced telescopic conveyor technology into its products back in 1997. Since then, the 40-year-old company has manufactured almost 1,000 conveyors equipped with the technology. In marine terminal applications, a TeleStacker conveyor’s internal telescopic conveyor allows the equipment to extend an additional 30 percent.

Superior Industries Inc., a manufacturer of conveyor systems and their related components, has a growing, line of conveyor belt scrapers. Since launching its first primary belt cleaner at ConExpo-Con/AGG 2008, Superior’s line of Exterra belt cleaners has gained a reputation as one of the bulkiest conveyor belt scrapers in the marketplace.

Superior Industries Inc. unveiled an extended life model to its line of Chevron pulleys. Manufactured with special abrasion resistant wing caps, this heavy-duty model will endure in high wear, rough applications significantly longer than traditional steel wing pulleys, according to the manufacturer.

Superior Industries Inc. said its engineers cut major setup time required to transition a swing axle style TeleStacker conveyor from transport to radial positions. The new XTP axle shifts from road to radial mode in just five to ten minutes. That is compared to 45 to 60 minutes for the original model, a design still common to competitive swing axle telescopic conveyors, according to the manufacturer.

Superior Industries Inc. displayed its latest portable screen plant at ConExpo-Con/AGG 2014. Known as an innovator in portable equipment technology for the construction aggregate industry, the 8x20 screen was outfitted with a Terex 8 by 20 ft. (2.4 by 6 m) triple deck screen.

Superior Industries Inc., a manufacturer of conveyor systems and their related components, said its core systems design program offers drive and tail pulley assemblies custom-engineered for a specific application. Core systems design creates cost-efficiencies for customers by ensuring that drive components are ideally suited for the particular job specifications, while also making sure that power requirements are met.

Superior Industries Inc., introduced an alternative conveyor idler solution for controlling harmful material buildup. Known as Urathon return rolls, these self-cleaning rolls are said to last three-times longer than traditional rubber disc rolls in the same application.

Superior Industries Inc. recently displayed a solution for controlling material spillage in conveyor load and transfer zones. Known as the sealing system, these simple cartridges install into existing idler frames and help to create a tight seal between the belting and hopper skirting.