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GK Live from the Lab: Vibra-Claim Shakeout / Attrition Mill

General Kinematics all new VIBRA-CLAIM Shakeout / Attrition mill removes and reprocesses sand in one easy to use, easy to clean unit. By combining the high performance of GK’s proven shakeout design with the technologically advanced processing of our VIBRA-MILL® sand reclaimer, you can now accomplish all sand separation and reclamation in one efficient step.

The VIBRA-CLAIM is a highly efficient shakeout and attrition mill that can eliminate the need for larger and more costly equipment. Proven design improves production rates and reduces costs for material handling and new sand. Equally important, the VIBRA-CLAIM recovers valuable non-ferrous materials when used in aluminum, bronze, brass and special alloy applications.

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