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Kason Kek-Gardner releases K-Series Replacement Screen Programme

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A new K-Series Replacement Screens Programme for all makes and models of centrifugal sifters has been announced by Kason Kek-Gardner.

Two types of replacement screens are available. The first are K-Centri screen cylinders, which utilise durable wire or synthetic screen mesh for general purpose applications. The second are K-Duracyl screen cylinders, which use heavy duty wedgewire screens or perforated plate screens for severe-duty jobs involving high material loadings, abrasive materials, high- and low-temperature conditions and corrosive environments.

Replacement screen cylinders can be fabricated using new screen frames, or damaged screen cylinders can be stripped and re-screened, reducing cost and environmental impact.

Replacement screen ordering programmes that are offered to cut cost and delivery times include "Blanket Order," "Quantity Discount," "Just-In-Time" and other programmes customised to individual needs. The company can also recommend alternate screen specifications to improve the balance between screen life, capacity and resistance to blinding.

Screen mesh options include #304 or #316 or magnetic #430 stainless steel; synthetics, including Nylon, polyester or polypropylene; and exotic alloys such as Duplex, Hastelloy, Monel or Alloy20.

The company also offer K-Series replacement screens for round vibratory screeners of any make or model, and manufacture a broad range of circular vibratory screeners, centrifugal screeners, and circular fluid bed dryers, coolers and moisturisers.

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