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7/12/2017
Energy efficiency: Tunisian firm BMT chooses Sacmi Heavy Clay

Two new combustion systems supplied as part of the company's wider plant renewal and modernisation plan. SACMI thus wins a new customer on a strategic market.

A key player on the Tunisian market, with a growing number of customers and major projects, SACMI Heavy Clay has just completed the sale of two innovative combustion systems. These will soon be providing energy savings at the BMT Briqueterie El Mostakbel facility.

Based in the city of Teboulba, the company produces B8 and B12 hollow bricks. As part of a drive towards greater energy efficiency on the two existing lines, BMT has commissioned SACMI to modernise the two kilns installed downstream from them: these kilns will be equipped with high-speed burners and combustion modulation systems.

This latest order reinforces the SACMI Group's position in the area and is, in fact, merely the first stage of a broader plant modernisation and renewal project on which the SACMI Heavy Clay team is working in concert with BMT staff. The goal? To reduce the company's energy consumption even further while enhancing product quality and overall plant efficiency.

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