The reason General Kinematics PARA-MOUNT II® vibrating feeders are specified by leading facilities is their reliable and precise performance. Part of the reason for the success of the PARA-MOUNT II® vibrating feeder is GK’s proven “VF” Variable Force drive system. GK’s VF counterweight design delivers absolute linear feed control from zero to maximum rates. Together with the resonant frequency design of the PARA-MOUNT II® vibrating feeder, units automatically assure uniform material output regardless of material load changes.Read More
Printed Mon Apr 12, 2010, Construction Digital Honored as Illinois Recycler of the Year in 2009, this company located northwest of Chicago is a leader in recycling construction waste and demolition debris. Read the full article here: http://www.constructiondigital.com/company-reports/ahead-curveRead More
Vibrating equipment has a long successful record in tough applications within the foundry, steel, coal, mining, and scrap industries where its ability to provide reliable, low-maintenance performance is highly regarded. The advantage in using vibratory units is that the material is “live” and moves independently of the conveying medium whereas on other types of conveyors, the material is static and the conveying medium moves. This important characteristic provides a solution to many difficult material handling and processing applications facing us today.Read More
Orange County environmental was recently featured in an article published in C&D Recycler magazine. Written by Brian Taylor, the article discusses Orange County Environmental’s goal to build sustainability through recycling at their landfills. To read the article, click here.Read More
Orlando, FL – Construction firms and municipalities now have a source for recycling waste, which until recently was destined for the local landfills.
Located in Winter Garden, FL, the EarthGuard Recycling Center is currently open to select customers and scheduled to expand its services to the general public in April 2010.Read More
Nothing wears equipment out faster than dirt and debris. In the C&D environment, it is especially important to inspect your equipment daily to make sure no materials are lodged in locations that may damage your equipment. Following recommended maintenance schedules also significantly contributes to extended machine uptime. Keep bearings properly greased, belts at the proper […]Read More
One of the biggest issues in recycling systems occurs when utilizing a wet tank for density separation. Not only does the material you are processing get wet, but any contaminates on that material are transferred to the water, which makes it subject to EPA disposal regulations. One way to avoid this is to use an […]Read More