Vibratory OCC Screen from General KinematicsGeneral Kinematics all new Vibratory OCC screen efficiently separates OCC from mixed paper, containers, and residue in an easy to operate, extremely low maintenance package. The non-rotating design of GK’s OCC Finger-Screen deck eliminates the common problems experienced with rotary disc screens, such as material wrapping and material hang-ups. Machine wear is minimal, as there are no shafts, bearings, or stars/discs to replace.  The vibratory motion of GK’s Vibratory OCC screen provides size separation without fluffing paper, and is designed with easy deck access for machine clean out. GK’s Vibratory OCC screens are available in custom widths and lengths to best fit your throughput and application.
 
General Kinematics leads the recycling industry in innovative process solutions for recovery of renewable resources. As new process and environmental challenges emerge, GK is uniquely positioned to help you create new solutions to solve the most difficult process problems, and increase your overall recovery rate. For more information about General Kinematics recycling systems and equipment, visit our website at www.generalkinematics.com.
 

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