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9/12/2006
Sacmi tile bending technology

Growing market interest in Sacmi’s machine range thanks to product flexibility and full compliance with hygiene standards

Not just step pieces, but skirting board too. New hot-bending technology developed by Sacmi has widened the tile application range as a variety of folds can now be made: not just downward folds to make step pieces, but upward ones too. The latter possibility means that the skirting board can now be incorporated into the tile, thus eliminating wall-floor gaps and making cleaning tasks easier.
The now-perfected production process is a two-stage procedure: first an incision is made on the back of the tile, then this pre-cut tile is re-fired on a shaped refractory support.
For over two years now this patented Sacmi technology has been in use in three production plants worldwide.
Thus-made products fully comply with EC legislation, especially EC Directive 852/2004, which sets strict limits regarding hygiene standards in food preparation areas. This factor is the main reason for the growing market interest in Sacmi’s tile bending machines.

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