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    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: General Kinematics Announces its acquisition of CYRUS Schwingtechnik. February 15, 2021- General Kinematics, a vibratory equipment manufacturer and system integrator located in Crystal Lake, Illinois, announced its acquisition of CYRUS Schwingtechnik Business Unit, located in Recklinghausen, Germany. CYRUS provides modular vibratory machines for efficient conveying and screening technology. The addition of CYRUS […]

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    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: General Kinematics announces their acquisition of Foundry Equipment Company. February 2, 2021- General Kinematics, a vibratory equipment manufacturer and system integrator located in Crystal Lake, Illinois, announced their acquisition of Foundry Equipment Company, located in Stanwood, Iowa. This acquisition solidifies General Kinematics’ position as a premier foundry system integrator that offers quality, […]

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    For Immediate Release General Kinematics                                                                                Marketing Dept.: (815) 444-3521 marketing@generalkinematics.com     FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: GENERAL KINEMATICS OPEN HOUSE 2019     On December 5th, 2019, General Kinematics opened its doors to the public. Visiting customers, media partners, and members of the community traveled to General Kinematics headquarters to attend this event. During their visit, […]

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    This just in: Americans only recycle 34 percent of discarded materials. While this number is up dramatically from only 6 percent in 1960, the U.S. still falls behind other developed countries. Germany currently leads the world race in recycling municipal solid waste with a whopping 68 percent recycling rate, and countries like Austria, South Korea, […]

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    Recycling can be an equipment- and resource-intensive process, with many facilities preferring dual or multi-stream processing to expedite the filtering of different materials. But single stream recycling also offers benefits to consumers and facilities alike. So which one is right for your recycling facility? Before digging into the argument of which method of recycling is […]

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    For Immediate Release General Kinematics                                                                                Marketing Dept.: (815) 444-3521 marketing@generalkinematics.com     FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: GENERAL KINEMATICS ATTENDS CASTEXPO 2019     Opening the doors on April 27th, CastExpo 2019 brought some the greatest minds of the foundry and metalcasting industry to Atlanta, Georgia. Front and center for the duration of the show was […]

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    For Immediate Release General Kinematics                                                                                Marketing Dept.: (815) 444-3521 marketing@generalkinematics.com     FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: GENERAL KINEMATICS ATTENDS ISRI 2019     Beginning April 8th in Los Angeles, California thousands of attendees and hundreds of exhibitors convened to discuss the latest innovations in scrap recycling technology at ISRI 2019.   Attending this year’s event, […]

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    At General Kinematics, we strive to provide valuable resources to all of our customers. As we enter 2019, we will continue to do so and build upon our current library of resources and information. But we know our library can be slightly overwhelming, which is why we’re sharing our top GK posts of all time […]

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    For Immediate Release General Kinematics                                                                                Marketing Dept.: (815) 444-3594 marketing@generalkinematics.com   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: General Kinematics Website Now Available in Multiple Languages   October 18, 2018, Crystal Lake, IL: General Kinematics Global Headquarters announced today the extensive knowledge platform www.generalkinematics.com, is now available in multiple languages to extend visibility to users across the globe. […]

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    This post will take you through the step by step instructions to installing a Nautilus Plate Poly Rail on your General Kinematics Equipment.     Safety First: Lockout: Lockout all related machines being worked on in accordance with your facilities Lockout-Tagout procedures.   Machines must be at Zero Mechanical State. (This normally means that the […]

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