(Aug. 12, 2022 — Hanover, Pennsylvania — Gerald Daniel Worldwide Release) – Gerard Daniel Worldwide introduced its cost-effective rescreening program to users of vibratory separator machines, also referred to as sifters and sieves. With Gerard Daniel’s re-screening program, users can recycle their screens and save money – in most cases more than 25% per screen. Gerard Daniel developed this program in response to dramatically increasing commodity prices for stainless steel, which have doubled since 2020.
Using a proprietary process designed to preserve the rings in as-new condition, Gerard Daniel’s rescreening program removes old worn out screens from original frames, and after removing the epoxy and mesh from the rings, the screens are replaced and the assemblies are returned to the customer, ready to use.
Many users consider screens to be a commodity and expect to replace them periodically. But now with the Gerard Daniel rescreening program, users can save 25% or more versus purchasing new screens. Depending on volume, this can become a significant overhead savings. The greater the number of screens shipped to Gerard Daniel at any given time, the greater the savings, by virtue of amortizing the shipping costs over higher quantities.
About Gerard Daniel
With over 70 years of experience in wire mesh solutions, Gerard Daniel’s applications engineers collaborate with customers’ design teams to solve their technology challenges. They are involved in a wide range of industries including aerospace, vehicles, food & beverage, pharmaceutical, oil, gas, mining, and industrial applications, providing solutions that range from fine particulate fluid filtration at one end of the technology spectrum, to vibratory separation equipment at the other.