The General Kinematics FINGER-SCREEN™ Vibratory Screen is at the heart of TAZ Recycling’s C&D Recycling System located in a Chicago, Illinois suburb. Watch this video to hear Ron speak about the unique story behind the GK FINGER-SCREEN™ Vibratory Screen located at this facility.

General Kinematics non-blinding FINGER-SCREEN™ Grizzly Screens are a proven, highly successful design in a wide range of applications, including those that are prone to hang-ups common to conventional wire mesh screening surfaces.

GK’s “mine-duty” design means you are buying a screen that will last. Heavy construction, combined with our two-mass drive technology, allows for a super strong and efficient vibratory screen that will keep running and running. Combining that with our non-blinding FINGER-SCREEN technology gives you the ultimate in screening throughput and efficiency.

FINGER-SCREENS are available in single or multiple deck designs and can be designed to fit into your existing machines footprint for a seamless transition from old brute force technology to the improved two-mass design.

Features:

  • FINGER-DECKS offer a non-blinding design compared to wire mesh screens.
  • Optional cascading decks improve screening efficiency.
  • Modular decks are easy to replace.
  • Using a single vibratory motor, there is virtually no maintenance required.
  • Will fit into your existing footprint.

 

 

 

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