Superior Industries releases Urathon beater roll

By |  May 2, 2016

Superior Industries, headquartered in Morris, Minn., released its Urathon beater roll, a new solution for removing carryback material from the return side of a conveyor belt system, according to the company.

The beater roll features a CEMA-rated return idler and a series of urethane-lobed discs. The discs cause light vibration, which dislodges carryback material from the conveyor belt, Superior reports. Ideal installation locations for the Urathon beater roll include above a stockpile, screen or bin so the ejected material hits a target point.

Urethane beater rolls can be purchased as full, pre-assembled idlers or individual urethane-lobed discs. According to Superior, each disc is coupled with a hose clamp for assembly onto existing idlers in the field. The discs are manufactured to fit to CEMA C or D class return idlers in diameters of 4, 5 and 6 in.

Superior Industries engineers and manufactures groundbreaking, bulk material processing and handling equipment, and components related to the machinery. It supplies bulk crushing, screening, washing and conveying systems for industries including construction aggregates, mining, bulk terminals, agriculture, power and biomass.

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