Superior introduce new Portable Sentry HSI
Design of brand-new portable horizontal-shaft impactor extends life of crusher wear parts
SUPERIOR Industries Inc., the US-based manufacturers and global suppliers of bulk material processing and handling systems, say their brand-new Portable Sentry HSI closed-circuit plant has the ability to process recycled concrete, reclaimed asphalt, and run of quarry materials into valuable salable products, allowing owners and operators to produce up to four unique products from a single feed.
The closed-circuit crushing and screening arrangement includes a 4250 Superior brand Sentry horizontal-shaft impactor (HSI), fed by a 48in x 18in Intrepid vibrating grizzly feeder equipped with interchangeable grizzly cassettes (bars, fingers, or punch plates) to accommodate multiple applications.
Additionally, a two-deck Anthem inclined screen separates up to three material sizes. Returning material is fed back to the HSI via a patent pending recirculating conveyor which centralizes the feed for full utilization and extended wear life of the crushers blow bars. Onboard, the cross conveyors are universally designed to be interchangeable, which means owners invest in fewer conveyors since they can be mixed and matched throughout the plant.
‘We’re a vertically integrated, single-source designer and manufacturer of wheeled plants, including all of the processing equipment, conveyors, and components,’ said Matt Voigt, product manager for Superior’s portable plants. ‘This plant is 100% Superior, which allows us to fine-tune and customize all the equipment and components for greater performance, improved portability, and easier maintenance.’
The plant is equipped to accommodate mains power but can also be equipped with a diesel drive genset unit. Its transport weight, dimensions, and axle configurations make it permissible for road travel throughout all of North America. Along with 250 tons of other Superior products, the new Portable Sentry HSI closed-circuit plant will be shown at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2023.