Two-Mass Vibrating Screens

General Kinematics Two-Mass Screens are unequalled in efficiency and performance. GK’s proven two-mass drive system reduces electrical consumption and increases screening efficiency over traditional direct drive (brute force) designs. Dual in-board vibratory motors eliminate expensive belts, shafts, and bearings for increased uptime, longer service intervals, and the lowest cost of ownership available in a vibratory screen package. Options include replaceable decks, multiple decked units, banana style decks, and special corrosion resistant finishes. GK Two-Mass screens are available in standard and custom sizes to easily fit into existing processes.

Other advantages include:

  • Two-Mass Screens use up to 75% less energy than comparable brute force screens.
  • Easy to swap out for refurbishment… unplug it and remove.
  • No belts, shafts, or expensive bearings.
  • Custom engineered for your specific application.

Click here to request more information on GK’s vibratory two-mass screens.

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