What happens in Vegas doesn’t always stay in Vegas. At least not for sustainability drivers like the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries, Inc.(ISRI), hosting its annual convention and exposition at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, April 2-6, 2016. ISRI 2016 seeks to connect products and knowledge to the people who are most passionate about scrap metal recycling.

This year, industry enthusiasts, consumers, decision makers, industry leaders, buyers and providers will have the opportunity to meet, trade knowledge, keep up to date on current trends and analysis, and better prepare for the future of the industry.

Prepare for the Future: Presentations on Scrap Metal Industry

The week is chock-full of stimulating seminars. Opening the show, ISRI Chair Doug Kramer will present, “Where Will We Be In Three Years? The Analysts’ Look at Recycling Markets,” and to close the event: “Finding the Keys to Global Demand For Materials: Where, When, And Why It Will Happen,” will be delivered by ISRI Chair-Elect Mark Lewon.

On April 7, our very own Industry Director, Dick Reeves, will lead a seminar, “Increasing Purity of Nonferrous Scrap by Using a Vibratory Feeder,” covering the progression of modern vibratory feeders. Mr. Reeves will educate participants on how General Kinematics’ unique sorting technologies have improved the identification of materials and levels of purity—which in turn, has allowed factories to retrieve greater quantities of material and sort out unwanted contaminants. Reeves will also discuss General Kinematics’ vibratory feeders, what they are, how they work, and how they can improve quality of materials overall. Don’t miss it!

Mandalay Bay Ballroom K, April 7, 10:15 a.m.-11:30 a.m.

Stop by the GK Booth

General Kinematics will be onsite at ISRI Las Vegas all week, from April 4-7. Swing by our booth (#1752) to chat with the General Kinematics team and check out some of our equipment.

Our featured display will be our High Stroke Feeder (HSF), designed to put more energy into your materials and create better presentation for optical sorting technology. This machine was created to improve on purity and recovery rates and increase the bottom line of recycling and sorting efforts. Come check out its customizable features and learn more about its performance advantages! Looking forward to seeing you at the show!

Learn more at https://www.generalkinematics.com/isri-2016/.
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