Morris, Minn. — Superior Industries, Inc., a U.S. based manufacturer and global supplier of bulk material processing and handling systems, is releasing their first inclined screen, the company’s third vibratory product release of 2016. Known as the Anthem Inclined Screen, the unit is engineered with a single or double shaft drive depending on the specific application needs of the bulk processing customer.
According to Superior, several features will distinguish the Anthem Inclined Screen as a particularly unique solution. First, patent pending bottle jack lifting points simplify and speed spring replacement and improve safety. Also, a unique segmented belt guard requires only one person to remove and return the guards during maintenance. Screens can be custom designed to fit a customer’s existing structure.
“In my opinion, one of the most unique features is our one style shaft design for all models of our inclined screen,” says John Garrison, vice president of sales at Superior. “Typically, inclined screen shafts are custom machined to the weight of a specific unit, which creates long lead times for replacement parts. To create an eccentric offset on the Anthem Screen, owners and operators use a standard stock shaft and bolt on weights.”
Superior designs and manufactures its new Anthem Inclined Screen in double, triple, and quad deck configurations for 5×16, 6×16, 6×20, 7×20, 8×20, and 8×24 models.
About Superior Industries, Inc.
Superior Industries engineers and manufactures groundbreaking, bulk material processing and handling equipment and cutting-edge machinery components. From its headquarters in Morris, Minnesota, USA, the manufacturing firm supplies bulk crushing, screening, washing and conveying systems for industries including construction aggregates, mining, bulk terminals, agriculture, power and biomass. In addition to its home plant in Minnesota, the 45-year-old Superior operates from additional facilities in Arizona, Georgia, Illinois, Michigan and Nebraska, USA; Alberta and New Brunswick, Canada; and three locations in Brazil to serve South American markets.