Great Western Manufacturing

2017 S 4th Street, PO Box 149
Leavenworth, KS 66048

About Great Western Manufacturing

Great Western Manufacturing is a leading designer and manufacturer of custom industrial processing machinery, serving the chemical, plastics, mineral industries, pet food and cereal grain processors, mix plants, bakeries, snack food producers, and spice processors since 1858.

Competitors of Great Western Manufacturing

Optimax Plastic LLC

Optimax Plastic LLC

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Bausano

Bausano

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Pioneer Systems

Pioneer Systems

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Products by Great Western Manufacturing

By Great Western Manufacturing

The ultimate in reliable performance, capacity, versatility and sanitation for your sifting or screening operations. Gentle and accurate gyratory motion, compact floor area, wide range of capacities. Adaptable to a wide range of products, capacities, number of separations, and screen sizes. Easy... Read more »

By Great Western Manufacturing

The QA24 was specifically developed to provide an economical quality assurance and HACCP solution for the needs of food, pharmaceutical and chemical operations with moderate production volumes. Models QA36 and QA46 provide larger net screen areas where higher production volumes are required.... Read more »