The General Kinematics Finger-Screen is a less costly alternative to rotary trommels or disc type screening devices, typically used in solid waste material classification.
The General Kinematics Finger-Screen is a less costly alternative to rotary trommels or disc type screening devices, typically used in solid waste material classification. Material cascades over a series of slotted finger elements that successfully classify -- without catching or hang-ups that occur in conventional perforated or wire mesh screening equipment. Typical applications include C&D waste, ASR, commingled waste, paper classification, removal of metal from mass burn bottom ash, and the removal of fines from a variety of other recycled materials. The patented Finger-Screen design does not "fluff" or increase the volume of paper and other materials. This helps to eliminate the need for additional downstream equipment. Additionally, there are no rotating shafts that require periodic production stops to remove wound material.
General Kinematics Corporation, 777 Lake Zurich Rd.,
Barrington, IL, 60010 USA.
Phone: 847/381-2240; Fax: 847/381-1376. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.