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‘The Grasshopper’ Blast Feeder

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This ain’t yo mama‘s Blast Feeder… This unit was designed to feed multiple process lines, as well as accommodate an elevation change. GK vibrating blast load feeders can also be designed with automated gates, weigh cells, and other options to precisely monitor and feed multiple shot blast machines with a single vibratory unit. Rail mounted, the unit traverses, indexes and elevates to meet our customers’ very specific needs. Utilizing General Kinematics’ proven PARA-MOUNT II® Vibratory Feeder design, this Blast Feeder met and exceeded all expectations.

 

Check out this video to see a GK Blast Feeder in action.

 

 

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