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Description

Pinnacle® Conveyor:
• The Pinnacle® Conveyor’s distinguishing feature is its 22 degree stockpiling incline. Standard conveyors only stockpile at 18 degrees. The Pinnacle® Conveyor’s increased incline is suitable for smaller footprints.
• Manufactured in 80 foot, 100 foot, and 125 foot lengths, the Pinnacle® Conveyor has the capacity to stockpile 25-40% more material than standard radial stackers. A 125 foot conveyor creating a 270 degree pile can stockpile over 100,000 tons of material.

More Material on Less Real Estate:
• The Pinnacle® Conveyor’s distinguishing feature is its 22 degrees stockpiling incline. Standard conveyors only stockpile at 18 degrees. The Pinnacle® Conveyor’s increased incline is suitable for smaller footprints. Manufactured in 80 foot, 100 foot, and 125 foot lengths, the Pinnacle® Conveyor has the capacity to stockpile 25-40% more material than standard radial stackers. A 125 foot conveyor creating a 270 degree pile can stockpile over 100,000 tons of material.

Quick Setup:
• The FD Axle was designed, patented, and manufactured by our founder Neil Schmidgall when a customer pitched the idea to him in 1993. The new product put Superior on the map in the conveying equipment industry. The FD Axle can hydraulically transfer from road to operation in seconds. Operators have the capacity to independently raise and lower FD tires to level the conveyor on uneven ground. The axle also has an enclosed planetary wheel drive that protects gearing from dust and debris.

Features:
01/ Tow Eye • Adjustable pintle style hitch provides the most secure coupling
02/ Radial Receiving Hopper • Bolt on design includes adjustable flashing in gathering trough
03/ chevron® Pulley • Ejects fugitive material for longer lasting pulleys and belting
04/ Superior Idlers • Trusted seal design provides shields bearing from fugitive material
05/ V-Plow shields tail pulley and drive from onslaught of damaging fugitive material
06/ Setback Axle • Creates a 22° incline for higher volume piles without burying the axle
07/ FD AXLE* • Hydraulically transfers stacker from inline to radial mode in seconds
08/ Enclosed Power Travel • Enclosed planetary drive protected from debris
09/ Fold Support • Protects conveyor and integrit of belting during folding/unfolding

Portability:
• 4-Wheel Drive (FD Axle)
• Dual Power Travel (XTP Axle)
• Hydraulic Axle Jacks (XTP Axle)
• Tow Eye

Operation:
• Hydraulic Powerfold
• Hydraulic Raise/Lower

Maintenance:
• Moxie® Rolls
• Urathon® Return Rolls
• Sealing System
• Impacts Rolls
• Impact Bed
• Exterra® SFL Dual Belt Cleaner
• Receiving Hopper
• Auto Greaser

Environment:
• Belt Covers
• Epoxy Paint
• Galvanized Paint

Other:
• Belt Scale
• Sonicscout™ Material Sensor
• Anchor Pivot Plate
• Class II Reducer

Operating Dimensions

(A) Conveyor Length (m)
100’ -0” (30.5)
(B) Conveyor Ground Length (m)
91’ -8” (27.9)
(C) Raised Height to Center of Pulley (m)
39’ -4” (12.0)
(D) Lowered Height to Center of Pulley (m)
20’ -1” (6.1)
(E) Anchor Pivot to Center of Axle (m)
39’ -4” (11.9)

Travel Dimensions

(F) Travel Length - Kingpin to Rear (m)
68' -8" (21.0)
(G) Travel Height (m)
13' -2" (4.0)
Travel Width (m)
12’ -2” (3.7)
(H) Kingpin to End of Tow Eye (m)
5' -7" (1.7)
(I) Kingpin to Axle (m)
39’ -7” (12.1)
(J) Axle to Head Pulley (m)
29’ -1” (8.9)
FD Axle Size
FD20
Weight at Axle - 36” Belt Width (kg)
27,250 (12,360)
Weight at Kingpin - 36” Belt Width (kg)
6,300 (2,858)

Stockpile Dimensions

(A) Raised Stockpile Height (m)
40’ -0” (12.2)
(B) Lowered Stockpile Height (m)
20’ -1” (6.1)
(C) Radius of Pile (m)
51’ -7” (15.8)
(D) Anchor Pivot to Center of Pile (m)
93’ -0” (28.4)

Maximum Stockpile Capacities

Conveyor Length
100’
Stockpile Height ft x in (m)
40’ -0” (12.2)
Stockpile Volume in Cubic Yards (m3) Conical
4,500 (3,500)
Stockpile Volume in Cubic Yards (m3) 90°
16,300 (12,500)
Stockpile Volume in Cubic Yards (m3) 180°
28,000 (21,400)
Stockpile Volume in Cubic Yards (m3) 270°
39,700 (30,400)
Stockpile Volume in Tons (MT) Conical
6,100 (5,500)
Stockpile Volume in Tons (MT) 90°
21,900 (20,000)
Stockpile Volume in Tons (MT) 180°
37,700 (34,200)
Stockpile Volume in Tons (MT) 270°
53,600 (48,600)

General Comments

* Assumptions based on material which has a 37° angle of repose and 100 PCF (1.6 t/m3) material density.