Uniquely flexible for a wide range of continuous processing needs, GK’s vibrating fluid bed processors are ideally used for heating, drying, cooling, coating, or elutriation. GK vibrating fluid beds are available in a variety of configurations, and utilize vibratory agitation while passing a process gas through the material bed to suspend the material in a fluidized state. This increases available material surface area, allowing a faster and more complete processing of your material.

Efficient Vibratory Drives
General Kinematics vibrating fluid bed dryers, coolers, and processors can employ various drive systems depending on your process and material specifications. GK’s PARA-MOUNT II® two-mass drive systems use up to 60% less energy than the typical direct drive / brute force configurations found on other vibrating fluid bed designs.

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