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New C&D Installment in North Carolina

In early May, a new construction and demolition (C&D) system was installed at the New Hanover County Recycling and Solid Waste center. MetalTech Systems, a General Kinematics representative, worked hard on the installation of the brand new system. The entire vibratory section of the C&D system is made up of General Kinematics vibratory equipment, including a large FINGER-SCREEN™!

Scroll through the great pictures below to see the progress of the FINGER-SCREEN™ and the other vibratory equipment being put into place (click each image to view it larger)…

 

 

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