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12/19/2006
First PH 4600 of the Power series installed in Brazil

Sacmi-built press will allow Gyotoku to double porcelain tile output

It is the biggest press installed in Brazil, that will allow the Brazilian ceramic firm Gyotoku to produce up 300,000 square metres of technical porcelain tile a month as opposed to the current 150,000.

The machine in question is a PH 4600 from the Sacmi-made Power series, ideal for large and ultra-large sizes. The main features of the press purchased by the Brazilian company are a pressing force of 4600 tons, an inter-column clearance of 1750 mm and a maximum mobile crossbeam stroke of 180 mm. It should also be pointed out that the press matches the speed of the Series 2000 machines while offering large tile production capacity (fired tiles up to 1000x1000 mm).

With this new press Gyotoku – based in Suzano, in the state of San Paolo – has set its sights on winning yet another slice of the South American market by making 40x40, 45x45 and 60x60 cm tiles with special aesthetic characteristics that mimic the effect of natural stone.

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