General Kinematics announces a new game changing technology for resource recovery.

 

SXS ScreenGeneral Kinematics screens have been a staple for many recycling companies around the world. The newly engineered SXS SCREEN™ is the first of its kind in the industry. A side by side screen, this unit is engineered to move less dense, soft materials that typically do not convey or screen well. Developed for MSW, Single stream, and C&I materials, many other kinds of materials can also be screened. The high stroke transmits more energy into the materials meaning: Faster Travel Speed + Better Separation = Improved Recovery.

 

Combining lower operating costs (up to 2/3 less horsepower than standard machines), and GK’s unparalleled 24/7/365 Service & Support make the SXS SCREEN™  the future of vibratory technology and screeners.

 

General Kinematics is constantly pushing to develop the best vibratory equipment on the market, and this new unit will be sure to impress. The first unit will be installed in September 2014, with photos, videos and more forthcoming. If you are interested in more information now, please contact GK’s Resource Recovery Industry Manager, Dick Reeves at 815-455-3222 or email mail@generalkinematics.com. More information is also available at www.gkrecycling.com.

 

 

 

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For more than 50 years, GK has lead technological advancements in vibratory equipment for the foundry, mining, and bulk processing industries. GK’s patented Two-Mass technology operates vibratory equipment with less horsepower and more accuracy. The company also has an unparalleled Parts & Service division that provides 24/7/365 customer service and support along with same day shipping on all off the shelf, in-stock items. With over 40,000 installations in 35 countries, General Kinematics means: Leadership in Vibrating Process Equipment.

 

 

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