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3/7/2005
Historical Russian company looks to the future with Sacmi

Granito and glazed tile production plants to undergo extensive modernisation

Zao Pkf Voronezhskij Keramicheskij Zadov, a long-standing player of the Russian ceramic industry, has selected Sacmi to implement its technological/production modernisation plant. At present complete lines for the production of granito, single-firing glazed floor tiles and double-firing glazed wall tiles are being installed. Thanks to the innovation provided by Sacmi’s machines, the stoneware and single-firing lines will achieve a total output of around 12,000 square metres per day. The order includes discontinuous mills, spray driers, presses, driers, single-channel kilns, laboratories and, of course, know-how. Machines used on the stoneware line will allow the company to produce not only salt-and pepper tiles but also streaked, full-body patterns. Output capacity on the double-firing line will be approximately 12,000 m2/day: this line will include presses, driers, twin-channel kilns and sorting units.

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