Nov 30, 2018 - 6 months ago
By Supply Post
Superior Industries Inc., an American-based manufacturer and global supplier of bulk material processing and handling systems, says its presence at bauma 2019 will be three-times larger than previous editions of the world’s largest trade show. Today, the builder of crushing, screening, washing and conveying equipment unveiled its display plans.
Inside Hall B2 at stand 107, Superior plans to showcase its brand new Alliance Low Water Washer. The one-of-a-kind technology allows crushing operators to wash fines within their crushing circuit. It saves from transporting the fines to a separate wash site, which requires costly trucks and harmful re-handling of the material.
Available for production rates of 90 – 272 MTPH (100-300 TPH), the Alliance Low Water Washer accepts a dry feed from the crushing circuit. An agitator converts the material to a slurry before an integrated dewatering screen removes excess water, leaving as little as 8% moisture in the discharged manufactured sand. Superior says existing units have required as little 45-90 m3/hour of water (200-400 GPM), depending on production rates. That’s significantly less water consumption than a traditional screw or cyclone.
In addition to wet processing equipment, Superior is planning to showcase a group of conveyor components. Included in this display are:
In addition to these products, Superior plans to showcase videos and presentations of all its products including crushing, screening, washing and conveying equipment for bulk processing and handling of materials in quarries, mines, and marine and rail terminals. A dozen product and applications experts will be available throughout the duration of the bauma.
About Superior Industries, Inc.
From Rock Face to Load Out, Superior Industries engineers and manufactures groundbreaking bulk material processing and handling equipment and cutting-edge wears and spares. From its headquarters in Minnesota, USA, the 47-year-old manufacturer supplies bulk crushing, screening, washing and conveying systems to industries like aggregates, mining, bulk terminals, agriculture, power and biomass. In addition to its home plant, Superior operates from ten additional manufacturing facilities in the United States, Canada and Brazil. An office in the United Kingdom manages most of the company’s European sales opportunities.