Finger Screen 2.0

FINGER-SCREEN™ 2.0 the Key to System Integration

What is the perfect sorting system? Do you offer the best solution for every material stream? Can you effectively manufacture and support every piece of equipment your customers demand? While there may be no perfect single solution, together we can offer the best possible option for the widest variety of applications as well as offer key critical support after installation.

FINGER-SCREEN™ 2.0, The HEART of your Integrated System


At General Kinematics we are no stranger to dealing with challenging requirements. For over half a century GK has made equipment for the most unique processes adding to our experience and depth of knowledge with every process challenge and building roadblock. From this experience came the FINGER-SCREEN™ 2.0 Primary Screen. Engineered, designed, prototyped, built, and tested from 2016 through 2018, this expertly designed screen can be manufactured to fit into even the most unique recycling systems. Incorporating this primary screen in front of your sorting system provides improved separation, scalping off destructive contaminants before they can cause damage downstream. Leveraging our decades of knowledge gained from our original FINGER-SCREEN™ Primary Screen, the 2.0 now provides customers with separation for challenging waste streams including C&D, MSW, and Single Stream. Extremely integrator-friendly, this unit provides insurance against downtime, leading to a more fully automated system. GK’s Two-Mass technology has been proven in the field to routinely achieve a 95% uptime rate at many 24/7 facilities including this recent installation.




GK by Your Side

General Kinematics engineers are well versed in the installation and system integration of this unit to provide systems integrators with all information needed to make startup run smoothly. You can tap into GK’s depth of knowledge to solve the most complex processing issues. The FINGER-SCREEN™ 2.0 was created by GK to handle difficult materials with ease including garbage bags, organics, yard waste, Christmas lights, and large waste materials such as lumber, concrete, and even the kitchen sink. You can rely on GK to provide you with the most fully realized piece of your designed system.


Planning a full force recycling solution from 10 TPH to 100 TPH offering the most effectiveness and efficiency for your customer’s system? Look no further than the General Kinematics FINGER-SCREEN™ 2.0. Contact me today to find out more.


Dick Reeves, Director Resource Recovery

Phone: (815) 444-3519


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Dick Reeves

Director of Resource Recovery

Dick Reeves has been with General Kinematics for over 25 years starting out as a Design Engineer and moving through many different titles to his current title as Director of Resource Recovery. Dick received his Bachelor of Science in Engineering with a concentration in Mechanical Analysis and Design. Since Dick started at GK he has developed the C&D market in Australia, joined the CDRA Board of Directors, and championed the development of new equipment for the recycling industry. In his free time Dick enjoys brewing and woodworking.
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