Superior adds Speed Sensor to conveyor component line

By |  June 14, 2017

The Speed Sensor monitors the speed of a conveyor belt by producing electronic pulses interpreted by a PLC or Superior Speed Sensor module. Photo courtesy of Superior Industries

Superior Industries added a new Speed Sensor to its conveyor component accessories offering. The Speed Sensor monitors the speed of a conveyor belt by producing electronic pulses interpreted by a PLC or Superior Speed Sensor module. The unit’s sensors help operators control conveyor shutdowns, monitor belt slippage and trigger warning systems. Fitted for CEMA C and D idlers, Superior Speed Sensors are available for belt widths ranging from 24 to 72 in. They can be mounted on a clean side roll, which has flexible mounting and can be mounted on any belt width conveyor. Other mounting options include a return roll or troughing wing roll.

Superior Industries, headquartered in Morris, Minessota, engineers and manufactures groundbreaking, bulk material handling equipment and cutting-edge components. It supplies crushing, screening, washing and conveying systems for the construction aggregate, mining, bulk terminals, agriculture, power and biomass industries.

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