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New C&D Installation in Canada

 by General Kinematics,

Check out the latest General Kinematics C&D installation in Canada. Ready to efficiently screen, sort, and recover C&D material, this system is engineered to easily process 50 MTPH and achieve the customers’ requirements of 90+% uptime in the extremely cold outdoor environment up north.

This C&D system features a GK FINGER-SCREEN™ as the primary screen, and a biviTEC® Screen as the secondary screener.

C&D Recycling System in Canada by General Kinematics
GK Vibratory FINGER-SCREEN (click to view larger image)

With a screening area of approximately 72 inches wide by 38 feet long, the General Kinematics Vibratory FINGER-SCREEN™ makes the initial primary cut (shown above). Material subsequently flows to a bivi-TEC® Double Deck Vibratory “Fines” Screen making a second cut on the upper deck with a GK finger deck, then finally a fines fraction cut on the polyurethane lower deck (shown below).

bivi-TEC Double Deck Vibratory Fines Screen being installed by GK
bivi-TEC Double Deck Vibratory “Fines” Screen (click to view larger image)

The system also includes a Triple-Knife DE-STONER® (shown below) to remove the heavy aggregate material and make an additional separation to remove concentrated wood. As well as a Single-Knife DE-STONER®with Secondary Air Knife to remove the heavy aggregate material and make an additional separation to remove the “ultra-lights”.

Together, all the pieces make a state-of-the-art Construction & Demolition (C&D) Recycling system!

General Kinematics’ vibratory equipment is the heart of sorting systems around the world. This system was selected based on GK’s reputation of durability, efficiency and reliability.

Triple-Knife DE-STONER by General Kinematics

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Triple-Kinfe DE-STONER (click to view larger image)

General Kinematics offers bivi-TEC® in partnership with AEI, a licensee of Binder & Co., AG.

General Kinematics Corporation, incorporated in 1960, was established to market, design, and custom fabricate innovative vibratory equipment for the foundry, recycling, mining, and processing industries. Today the company continues as one of the world’s largest suppliers of vibratory processing equipment and has evolved into an industry-leading EPC firm. Headquartered in Crystal Lake, IL, General Kinematics has seven global locations providing engineering and support to a world-wide customer base. GK is a third generation, family-owned company and is ISO 9001 certified.