Take a minute to learn about General Kinematics’ Shot Blast Auxiliary Equipment, Rounding out the list are GK’s most popular shot blast technology as well as an introduction to our newest vibratory conveyor. This list is guaranteed to provide a solution for your cleaning department!
NEW for 2017:
Shot Blast Unload Conveyor
General Kinematics newest Shot Blast Unload Conveyor is designed for smaller tumble or drum blast machines. The lightweight, heavy-duty construction is easily integrated into any blast system. Expertly engineered and competitively priced to be an easy addition to any process, these vibrating conveyors are trending now.
These General Kinematics vibrating solutions take on shot blast collection and reclamation. Able to be added to existing shot blast installations, our shot classifier/reclaimers collect, screen, and redistribute shot back into your blast system. Air and vibration work together to clean and remove damaged shot before returning it to your system. By removing broken shot and sand, wheel maintenance is significantly decreased and blasting performance improves. Low horsepower drives reduce energy costs while the low-profile design takes up little space and fits in difficult areas.
This multi-direction rail mounted feeder can move your material right, left, forward, back, up, and down. Blast Load Feeders provide multiple options to weigh and monitor your material, such as automated gates and weigh cells. Capable of precisely monitoring and feeding multiple shot blast machines with one unit. Feeders mounted to rails can move to each shot blast machine and return to the initial spot to accumulate feed for the next batch.
‘The Grasshopper’ Blast Feeder is another flexible feeder that is capable of feeding multiple process lines as well as offline stations, not to mention accommodating elevation changes. Customizable to fit your specific needs, this feeder has got it all. Check out ‘The Grasshoppers’ here to watch this feeder in action.
To learn more about how we can maximize the efficiency and throughput of your blast department, ask the experts at GK!