General Kinematics will be showcased at the GIFA exhibition this year in Hall 17, B11, and will be highlighting the benefits of their proven two-mass vibratory equipment technology. Displayed in the booth will be a GK Vibratory Charge feeder, featuring a unique retractable furnace nose piece specifically designed for applications that require ‘splash-free’ operation under odd circumstances such as varying level between platform and furnace or unique furnace lid design.

Also in the booth each day, GK will be presenting Vibratory 101 sales training. From this class you will come away with a solid understanding of vibratory equipment fundamentals, and how to best utilize vibratory equipment to enhance your operations. Classes will run 20 minutes and will be available in English, German, Italian, Spanish, and Chinese. Visit GK’s website to pre-register or stop by the booth to sign up. For more information about the General Kinematics GIFA display, visit our website at www.generalkinematics.com/gifa.

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