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Superior TeleStacker Conveyor Automation made easier to use

Superior TeleStacker Conveyor Automation made easier to use

(Posted on 28/02/24)

Superior Industries, Inc., a US-based manufacturer and global supplier of bulk material processing and handling systems has announced the launch of version 14.0 of its TeleStacker Conveyor PilePro Automation program. This latest edition brings significant enhancements to user interface and functionality.

Among the notable changes is the introduction of an updated touch screen boasting a higher resolution to enhance visibility in outdoor settings. Additionally, the screen's protective housing has been fortified to withstand fluctuations in temperature more effectively, ensuring great performance in various conditions.

Also new, each screen is now loaded with an on-demand view of the owner's manual. A PDF viewer provides screen-specific instructions from the owner’s manual for each step in the automation user experience.

The upgraded technology applies to all new TeleStacker Conveyors effective March 1, 2024. Owners and operators can upgrade their existing conveyors and should contact their local dealer or Superior’s Aftermarket Parts department directly.

From Rock Face to Load Out, Superior Industries engineers and manufactures groundbreaking bulk material processing and handling equipment plus cutting-edge components. The 52-year-old manufacturer supplies bulk crushing, screening, washing and conveying systems plus all related parts and services for industries like aggregates and mining. In addition to manufacturing from its hometown in Morris, Minnesota, USA, Superior operates four additional U.S. facilities, plus operations in South America and Asia.

The company also recently announced another advancement in its lineup of Guardian® Horizontal Screens with a brand-new heavy duty scalping model. The new HD scalping screen handles a maximum feed size of 18-inches (457mm). This surpasses its medium-duty predecessor, which maxes out at 14-iches (355mm).

The HD screen is equipped with a perforated top deck, or punch plate, made of heavy-duty 3/4-inch AR steel. A slight slope facilitates the movement of feed material for efficient screening.

Superior manufactures more than a dozen models of its popular Guardian Horizontal Screen series in Columbus, Nebraska, one of its four American manufacturing facilities.

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