triple_knife_destonerPioneering products integrated into recycling systems offer the latest advances in automated solutions that enhance all phases of the recycling process by eliminating and sorting waste efficiently and precisely. This equipment is specifically constructed for the reprocessing and removal of industrial waste containing metallics, wood, plastics, stones, aluminum and lightweight glass.

 

With the Triple Knife DE-STONER® Air Classifier, recycling combined materials of differing weights (very light, medium and heavy) is facilitated by the ability of the automated DE-STONER® to incorporate energy-saving, high-velocity vibratory agitation to immediately categorize blended recyclables according to their size/weight ratio in comparison to commingled particles. In addition, the majority of DE-STONER® recycling systems offer air curtains to improve stratification of materials after initially screening heavier materials from the original aggregation.

 

Because the DE-STONER® relies on air instead of liquid to implement its practical and affordable method of recycling, companies do not have to worry about the added expense including water or equipment needed to include a water supply with less modern recycling systems.

 

Additional features of the Triple Knife DE-STONER® System:

  • Removal of very fine-sized particles available with pre-screening components.
  • Design metrics of the DE-STONER® greatly reduces the risk of suffering costly jams due to the elimination of migratory parts.
  • Constructed with rugged, state-of-the-art materials that withstand the high-intensity wear-and-tear of 24-hour work days.
  • Companies experience significant reductions in energy costs by using DE-STONER® recycling systems that are uniquely run with economical, low horsepower motors.

 

FingerScreenThe FINGER-SCREEN™ further augments the impressive operation of General Kinematic’s vibratory processing machines by delivering superior separation and stratification for preventing any unwanted bypass of materials. Moreover, trapping issues are minimized so that the recycling process is accelerated and any overhead costs due to errors in classification are mitigated. The FINGER-SCREEN™ also promotes uninterrupted material flow to allow trapped items the ability to self-separate and can be customized to address all classification requirements.

 

As an economical alternative to disc type or rotary screenining accessories, the FINGER-SCREEN™ can be used for removal of metal and fines, C&D waste and to classify paper types. By eliminating any rotating shafts, the FINGER-SCREEN™ also avoids disrupting production for manual removal of obstructive material.

 

Learn more about General Kinematic’s recycling systems and technologies today.

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