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5/13/2005
Argelith bolsters its technical partnership with Sacmi

A specialist in the production of porcelain tiles, this German company goes for a FMS223 kiln.

The historic Argelith company, based in Bad Essen, has a solid tradition of making high-thickness porcelain tiles for use in high-traffic areas: it now aims to boost output by continuing its technical partnership with Sacmi.
By next year a new kiln for the high-temperature firing of heavy products - a FMS223 over 100 metres long – will be up and running. This will ensure increased output and outstanding quality. The technical and performance requisites of the product – largely aimed at the commercial construction sector – mean that both processes and manufacturing machinery must be of only optimal quality: this latest episode in the long-standing, mutually profitable partnership between Argelith and Sacmi will ensure that those requisites are met in full.

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