Superior debuts Freedom Feeder

By |  August 23, 2016

Superior-Freedom-FeederSuperior Industries launched its Freedom Vibrating Grizzly Feeder. According to the company, this machine incorporates several new key features. The company manufactured the feeder in widths that can feed up to 1,400 tph.

The Freedom Feeder features a more robust pan section, as well as grizzly cartridges designed to bolt into its frame. One set of bars are applicable for flat or 5-degree applications so owners and operators can limit their stock to one style, Superior adds. The feeder also includes bottle jack lifting points incorporated into the spring section of the machine.

The Freedom Feeder is designed and manufactured in pan widths of 36 to 60 in. According to Superior, the same machine can be incorporated into horizontal, flat or 5-degree incline applications. The feeder’s width, grizzly sections, punch plate and finger deck can also be customized.

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

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