Superior unveils Razerlink mobile conveyor

By |  June 9, 2017
According to the company, the Razerlink combines mobility with its telescoping conveyor technology. Photo courtesy of Superior Industries

According to the company, the Razerlink combines
mobility with its telescoping conveyor technology.
Photo courtesy of Superior Industries

Superior Industries released its Razerlink mobile conveyor, which is designed to load, unload, transfer and stockpile material.

The Razerlink combines mobility with its telescoping conveyor technology, which reduces downtime and accelerates material handling, according to the company.

Each Razerlink unit is customized to meet the demands of an operation’s needs, whether it be a barge, rail, quarry, mining or construction site application.

The mobility options on this conveyor include conveyor tracks, drive tires or towable tires. The machine can be fitted with a fixed-length, radial or luffing conveyor. In addition, its feed design can come in the form of a drive-over ramp, back-up ramp or feed hopper.

The units are built in 48- or 72-in. models and can transfer material at rates up to 1,500 tph, the company adds.

Superior Industries, headquartered in Morris, Minnesota, 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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