General Kinematics adds to feeder line

The Para-Mount IV is designed specifically for metals recovery.

March 7, 2014
Recycling Today Staff
Equipment & Products

General Kinematics, Crystal Lake, Ill., has introduced the Para-Mount IVTM to its line of vibratory feeders. The company says the Para-Mount IV is designed to negate surge loads as well as improve the presentation of auto shredder residue (ASR) and other mixed materials streams for metals recovery.

The Para-Mount IV high-stroke feeder is specifically engineered for metals recovery and improves metals separation from nonmetallics, according to General Kinematics. The high stroke transmits more energy to the ASR and features a thicker trough with an integral acceleration plate.

General Kinematics says its engineers developed and refined the new technology through countless tests and analysis in order to reduce waste for customers while building a strong machine with a long life and lower operating costs. Energy savings have been achieved by the IV’s ability to operate using two-thirds less horsepower than many other vibratory feeders.

Those seeking more information can visit the company’s website at