Superior Showcases Diverse Line of Conveyor Idlers

Superior Industries Inc showed off its growing line of conveyor idlers at ConExpo-Con/AGG 2014.

Fri March 28, 2014 - National Edition
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Available in standard CEMA classes of B, C, D, E and F, the rollers can be acquired in diameters of 4 to 8 in. (10 to 20 cm) and are available for belt widths of 18 to 120 in. (45.7 to 305 cm).
Available in standard CEMA classes of B, C, D, E and F, the rollers can be acquired in diameters of 4 to 8 in. (10 to 20 cm) and are available for belt widths of 18 to 120 in. (45.7 to 305 cm).

Superior Industries Inc., a major U.S. manufacturer of conveyor systems and their related components, showed off its growing line of conveyor idlers at ConExpo-Con/AGG 2014. Available in a large variety of options from CEMA B to CEMA F, the company recently went live with a second idler manufacturing factory in the United States.

Superior has a comprehensive conveyor idlers line. Available in standard CEMA classes of B, C, D, E and F, the rollers can be acquired in diameters of 4 to 8 in. (10 to 20 cm) and are available for belt widths of 18 to 120 in. (45.7 to 305 cm). In addition, the company is equipped with more than 50 idler styles to fit exact application requirements and overcome certain maintenance concerts like material buildup, belt tracking and corrosive conditions.

In addition, all Superior idlers are equipped with the company’s SpinGuard seal technology. This bearing protection prevents foreign material from contaminating the idler bearing.

Adding an additional manufacturing facility in 2013 means the 40-year-old manufacturer has added more strength to its lead times. Superior reports it is able to achieve one to two day turnarounds on custom products. In addition, a network of trusted distributors ensures immediate deliveries and local service.

For more information, call 320/589-2406 or visit www.superior-ind.com.




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