A simple graph $G=(V,E)$ admits an $H$-covering if every edge in $E$ belongs to at least one subgraph of $G$ isomorphic to a given graph $H$. Then the graph $G$ is $(a,d)$-$H$-antimagic if there exists a bijection $f:V\cup E\rightarrow \{1,2,\ldots ,|V|+|E|\}$ such that, for all subgraphs $H^{\prime }$ of $G$ isomorphic to $H$, the $H^{\prime }$-weights, $wt_{f}(H^{\prime })=\sum _{v\in V(H^{\prime })}f(v)+\sum _{e\in E(H^{\prime })}f(e)$, form an arithmetic progression with the initial term $a$ and the common difference $d$. When $f(V)=\{1,2,\ldots ,|V|\}$, then $G$ is said to be super $(a,d)$-$H$-antimagic. In this paper, we study super $(a,d)$-$H$-antimagic labellings of a disjoint union of graphs for $d=|E(H)|-|V(H)|$.