Designed for recyclers processing 150 yd/hr and less, GK’s portable CD-Express(TM) features Para-Mount II 2-mass vibratory feeder for system loading and presentation to sorting system. From loading, material is then processed over GK’s Finger-Screen to remove fines and under sized material for Alternate Daily Cover or other applications. Fines are then conveyed under a magnet or over a magnetic head pulley to remove any small metals. Oversized material is conveyed through a pick station and is sorted into roll-off containers or hoppers for contained material separation. The CD-EXPRESS® recycling system can be set up quickly, and with addition of De-Stoner Air classifier at the end of the line to separate lights and heavies such as paper and rock, recyclers can divert up to 90% of recyclable material.

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