General Kinematics, the leader in vibratory process equipment and recycling systems, will exhibit the latest in recycling equipment and sorting technologies at ConExpo-Con/Agg 2011. General Kinematics booth will be located in the Silver lot 1&2 at booth #630.
 
Featured in the booth will be General Kinematics latest FINGER-SCREEN™ vibratory separator. General Kinematics patented, non-binding Finger-Screen design concept for resource recycling has proven to be highly successful in a wide range of applications that are prone to hang-ups common to conventional wire mesh screening surfaces.
 
The units vibrating motion spreads material evenly across the deck for maximum separating efficiency while staggered finger positions help to prevent material bypass. Separation performance is enhanced as material freely cascades through the unit — with less “trapping”. The result is fast, smooth, continuous material flow throughout the entire separation and classification process.
 
General Kinematics will also be highlighting their material sorting systems, including their all new CD-Express systems. The CD-Express is a low cost, entry level recycling system designed for high efficiency recovery of material. The CD Express system is designed to handle up to 150 yards per hour (115 m3 / hr.)* for separation of OCC, wood, ferrous and non-ferrous metals, rock / cement, dirt / ADC, plastics, shingles, and other types of typical C&D materials. Systems include primary screening with a quad station pick line, all mounted to an easy to install support system designed to utilize roll-off containers as material sorting bins.
 
General Kinematics leads the recycling industry in innovative process solutions for recovery of renewable resources. As new process and environmental challenges emerge, GK is uniquely positioned to help you create new solutions to solve the most difficult process problems, and increase your overall recovery rate. For more information about General Kinematics recycling systems and equipment, visit our website at www.generalkinematics.com
 

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