General Kinematics’ Vibratory Process Equipment is engineered for specific material and process objectives. A review of the process objectives with the end user enables GK Engineers to identify the most appropriate Vibratory Technology for the process. Product feed temperatures, moisture content, drying and cooling rates, temperature sensitivity, as well as particle size and shape variations, can have a significant effect upon process results if not taken into account. Our engineers thoroughly review process objectives and material feed variations with customers to accurately design a Lab test program applicable to the customer’s process and operating conditions. Customers are encouraged to visit GK during the test demonstrations to witness results and provide additional guidance to any other material characteristics that should be taken into account.


Once the optimal conditions and customizations to the equipment have been determined, the equipment is scaled to provide the best processing results with a minimal footprint.

The finished product is guaranteed by General Kinematics to perform as quoted with the material tested and process production parameters defined by the customer.

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Oscar Mathis

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    Oscar Mathis has been with General Kinematics for over 30 years starting as a Product Specialist moving through the position of Process Specialist to his current role as Technical Director. Oscar has a Masters of Science in Civil Engineering with a concentration in Structural Dynamics.
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