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GENERAL KINEMATICS IS A HIT AT 2014 CONEXPO-CON/AGG

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GENERAL KINEMATICS IS A HIT AT 2014 CONEXPO-CON/AGG

 

General Kinematics, the leader in vibratory process equipment and recycling solutions, played it big at the 2014 ConExpo-Con/Agg show last week. ConExpo is the biggest show around and a must see for those in the know when it comes to construction, demolition and aggregate equipment, materials and the latest technology.

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­Located at booths #51515 and #8153, GK’s vibratory FINGER-SCREEN™ separator and DE-STONER® for density separation confirmed their history of superior success in the Construction & Demolition and aggregate markets. Considered to be the ‘Heart of the Sorting System’, the GK units garnered a lot of attention at the show. Many passerby’s were particularly struck at how quiet the machines were running with minimal transmitted vibrations.

Also available for demo was the newest technology for 2014 from GK, the Portable Stroke Monitor. The “Must Have” tool for any General Kinematics vibratory equipment, this is an easy, wireless method of monitoring your equipment with a wireless accelerometer and the GK Stroke Monitor App.  Check out this video to learn more about the GK Portable Stroke Monitor AppThe App and wireless accelerometer are now available at www.GKParts.com.

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As noted by Amy Donahue, GK Marketing Coordinator, “ConExpo-Con/Agg will be a key part of General Kinematics’ trade show program in the years to come,” said Amy Donahue, Marketing Coordinator. “The show boasts a unique blend of the recycling and aggregate end users that GK equipment is a great solution for. The show also does a great job of promoting a push towards new technology and quality developments for the industries showcased.”

 

Learn more about ConExpo-Con/Agg from GK Eastern Sales Manager, Bob Huffer; GK Recycling Industry Manager, Dick Reeves; and Managing Director for GK Europe, Davide Gado

 

Visit GK at www.generalkinematics.com for more information.

 

General Kinematics is the premier manufacturer of vibratory equipment for the processing of bulk materials. For more than 50 years, GK has lead technological advancements in vibratory equipment for the foundry, mining, and bulk processing industries. GK’s patented Two-Mass technology operates vibratory equipment with less horsepower and more accuracy. The company also has an unparalleled Parts & Service division that provides 24/7/365 customer service and support along with same day shipping on all off the shelf, in-stock items. With over 40,000 installations in 35 countries, General Kinematics means: Leadership in Vibrating Process Equipment.

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