Numerous display screen designs together with rubber deck, perforated, or finger screen systems. Out there in brute drive or Two Mass drive methods relying in your utility. General Kinematics Direct Drive Vibrating Screens are unmatched in reliability and efficiency. GTEK combines the most recent expertise in the design and manufacture of high frequency vibrating screens used
MD vibratory screen. MD vibrating screen is a compact, high capacity dry screen. It widely used in industries of dry sand, fertilizer, iron ore, wood chips, limestone, and others. It can screen more tons per hour. Compare with the traditional screening equipment, its processing capacity is bigger.
Benefits of vibratory screening include: Vibration designed and tuned for maximum material throughput on screen Flexibility in design options ensures a seamless fit into your existing production processes for your specific vibratory screening application
Circular vibrating screen is a new type of vibrating screen with multi layer screen and high efficiency. According to the type of materials and the requirements of users, the high manganese steel woven screen, punched screen plate and rubber screen plate can be used. The circular vibrating screen is installed in the seat type.
GK Home gt; Vibratory Screens. A leader in separation technology, General Kinematics screens can be found worldwide in a large variety of industries. From the separation of heavy ores, molten hot castings and sand, to paper products and everything in between. GK has made waves in the processing equipment industry using Two Mass screening technology. Two Mass technology has been revolutionary in handling load surges, increasing material retention times, and prolonging the life of vibratory ...
Vibratory Screens. Screening is an important part of processing and is used to separate material according to its size. Material is typically fed to a single , double or triple deck screen to make the required sizes. Screens can be considered the cashbox of the operation, because while crushers make the gradation, screens make the specification. Material must go through or over a specified size to end up in the right pile.