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6/8/2005
In Spain porcelain tile means Sacmi

New plant installed at Peronda

Spain chooses Sacmi yet again. A new glazed porcelain tile production plant has been installed in the factories of Ceramica Peris y Cia in Onda. Consisting of two Sacmi PH4900 presses with an inter-column clearance of 2450 mm, the relative horizontal ECP3070/21 driers and a 119.7-metre FMS2550 kiln, the plant will produce glazed porcelain floor tiles: this efficient production line will ensure Peris y Cia becomes a key player on the quality tile market.

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6/21/2018
Robotized gel-coating, Gaiotto completes major project with leading waterpark supplier
Turkish firm Polin Waterparks has turned to Sacmi for the robotized gel-coating of its water slide moulds. This one-of-a-kind project ensures maximum automation and impressive colour variety.  >>

6/21/2018
Pressure casting is the new gold standard for the global sanitaryare industry
So said Abdallah Massaad, CEO of the Rak Group, in a recent interview with Asian Ceramics. The interview took place against a backdrop of recent Group investment in Sacmi casting and robotized glazing technology.  >>

6/4/2018
Argentine company Refres Now goes for Sacmi OPERA roll-fed technology
Recent orders have seen the number of labellers installed at the model La Matanza plant - one of the largest and most modern in Latin America - rise to 8.  >>

6/4/2018
Ceramica Ilca (Globo Group) chooses Made in Sacmi total automation
Sacmi supplies a robotized piece handling and feed system for the piece finishing centre and downstream internal glazing station, to be installed on two existing Sacmi glazing lines.  >>

 

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