Caption: Vibratory Two-Mass Shakeouts over a vibrating sand return conveyor set up in our factory prior to shipment. These units are destined for a Midwest metalcasting facility.

 
General Kinematics Two-Mass, High Frequency shakeouts boost foundry throughput. Our simple two-mass shakeouts automatically compensate for varying load conditions, assuring full, non-dampening performance. Driven with sealed vibratory motors, GK’s Two-Mass shakeouts eliminate the need for V-belts, pivoted motor bases, couplings, and large and expensive bearings. Drive is mounted on a separate exciter mass, completely isolated from the high intensity impact action of the shakeout deck.
 
Using a two-mass natural frequency spring system between the drive and the shakeout body, two-mass shakeouts create a high frequency impact force that is imparted into the casting with a minimum hp and energy requirements. Machine stroke is easily adjustable on two-mass shakeouts, which makes them adaptable to any shakeout situation. Two-mass shakeouts are ideal for high mold volume facilities.

Related GK News

website translation

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: General Kinematics Website Now Available in Multiple Languages

For Immediate Release General Kinematics                                                                                Marketing Dept.: (815) 444-3594 marketing@generalkinematics.com   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: General Kinematics Website Now Available in Multiple Languages   October 18, 2018, Crystal Lake, IL: General Kinematics Global Headquarters announced today the extensive knowledge platform www.generalkinematics.com, is now available in multiple languages to extend visibility to users across the globe. […]

Read More
Revolution Recovery

Revolution Recovery and GK – C&D Recycling in Delaware

In 2014 Revolution Recovery doubled in size, and decided to invest in a General Kinematics FINGER-SCREEN™ as their Primary Screen. Today, the screen is still running 9 hours per day with minimal maintenance, providing the picking deck with minimum fines and evenly spread material. Check out the full story in the video below!  

Read More

How To Install a Slat Assembly

In this post we will walk through the process of installing a Slat Assembly on General Kinematics Vibratory Equipment.     TAKE NOTE: APPLYING SILICONE IS THE LAST STEP Do not apply silicone to the slat assembly until all of the assembly hardware is torqued This prevents the silicone from getting between the slats, shims, […]

Read More