General Kinematics launches limestone vibratory screen

By |  July 5, 2017

General Kinematics’ STM-Screen was designed to produce more materials and require less maintenance. Photo courtesy of General Kinematics

General Kinematics released its STM-Screen, a two-mass vibratory screen for limestone.

According to the company, this screen is made from an abrasion-resistant plate and spreads material evenly, separating oversized material from material that is ready to go. The screen’s upper deck design includes a jam-proof grizzly, and the lower deck has a 3/4-in. punch plate that ensures only the correctly-sized material is fed to the kiln. In addition, the screen requires little maintenance, the company adds.

General Kinematics, based in Crystal Lake, Illinois, supplies recycling, foundry, mining, and process systems and equipment for the classification and conveying of bulk materials.

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