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Superior Industries Core Systems Design Delivers Custom Drive, Tail Pulley Assemblies

Fri July 08, 2011 - National Edition
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Superior Industries’s core systems design program offers drive and tail pulley assemblies custom-engineered for a specific application.
Superior Industries’s core systems design program offers drive and tail pulley assemblies custom-engineered for a specific application.

Superior Industries’s core systems design program offers drive and tail pulley assemblies custom-engineered for a specific application.

Core systems 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, according to the manufacturer.

Each custom-engineered drive assembly is delivered as a pre-assembled package, which eliminates the costly labor involved in onsite assembly and greatly reduces installation time. Plus, the shaft on each assembly is protected by a specially-developed rust prevention treatment.

Comprised of key sales, engineering and manufacturing personnel that serve the Superior Industries line of power transmission components, the core systems team employs the latest finite element design practices to translate specs and recommendations into life-like visualizations. Upon examining each specific application, this technology predicts potential failures and allows the engineer to adjust the design accordingly. Each core systems team member is certified by the American Welding Society and is fully trained in weld inspection and x-ray capabilities.

The Superior Industries core systems design program provides quick turn-around times by having most power transmission components stocked or readily available.

Assembly drawings and all industry leading brands of power transmission components are available upon request.

For more information, call 320/589-7085 or visit www.superior-ind.com.




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