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New Fusion Modular Platforms from Superior

Fusion Modular Platform systems

Pre-engineering key to new series of modular platforms for crushing, screening and washing

SUPERIOR Industries Inc., the US-based manufacturers and global suppliers of bulk material processing and handling systems, are offering a new series of modular plants for aggregate crushing, sorting, sizing and washing applications.

Known as Fusion Modular Platforms, these pre-engineered, ready-to-build systems still allow customization to achieve best performance at each job site.

‘Our plant designs are scalable and easily expand with a developing customer site,’ said Mark Crooks, product manager at Superior Industries. ‘Producers can quickly expand capabilities as finances allow, application needs change and as their market develops.’

Superior have already pre-engineered a series of plant packages and are working to design more for their catalogue. Some examples include jaw, cone and impact crushing platforms, horizontal screening platforms with two-, three- and four-deck models, plus a group of traditional washing and modern low water washing platforms.

‘Overwhelmingly, our customers said they want scalability and flexibility in these modular offerings,’ explained Mr Crooks. ‘Therefore, as we developed our strategy, we ensured flexibility from top to bottom, convenient installation or dismantling and seamless integration with Superior crushing, screening, washing and conveying machinery.’

According to Superior Industries, Fusion Modular Platform systems are pre-engineered for earlier commissioning, more cost-effective than design-build plants, incorporate well into existing plants and utilize creative packaging to limit the number of flat-beds or shipping containers needed for transportation.

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