For hard to screen, sticky material, nothing performs as well as General Kinematics vibratory rod deck screens. The secret behind General Kinematics vibratory rod decks ability to perform lies in the flexibility of the individual rods within the deck section, while maintaining the designed screening tolerance.

The heavy-duty design of GK rod decks allows for abrasive, heavy, wet, or otherwise difficult material to easily cascade through the sorting area.

The high-stroke capabilities of the GK’s FINGER-SCREEN™, combined with the flexibility of the engineered rod deck assemblies, creates a versatile and high performance screening solution to maximize sorting in your process application.

Below are two videos of recent product demonstrations held in our lab to give you a better idea of the action of GK’s vibratory rod deck screens:

 


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