Below: Another GK DUCTA-SERIES™ rotary drum being manufactured at General Kinematics headquarters in Crystal Lake, IL, USA.


 
Cleaner Castings and reduced maintenance are just two of the advantages the patent pending DUCTA-CLEAN® rotary media drum can offer. Media scrubs castings, removing sand, all while separating sprue and gates from castings. Media, tramp metal, and sand then exit the drum onto a GK vibratory sorting conveyor, which completely screens sand from the media, separates tramp metal, and then returns media back into the drum via the GK Rotoveyor rotary return conveyor.

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