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Turkish firm SANIKEY strengthens its partnership with SACMI/GAIOTTO

Fourth Sacmi/Gaiotto robotized glazing system for sanitaryware started up at the new production plant in Istanbul.

Turkish firm Sanikey has again confirmed the confidence it has in the solutions provided by the Sacmi/Gaiotto Group by purchasing a fourth Gaiotto robotized glazing system.

As with the previous plants, the start-up, carried out in August 2015, was completed in just one week, again highlighting just how easily and quickly this Sacmi/Gaiotto solution is to install and render operational and its versatility: it is, in fact, suitable for all models of both Vitreous China and Fine Fire Clay.

The outstanding versatility of the integrated glazing centre and the ease with which the glazing programs that already existed on previous systems can be used allowed Sanikey technicians to start producing immediately – with excellent results.

This new order once again sees utilisation of the Gaiotto GDA80 spray gun, characterised by very low levels of wear, and installation of the new glazing booth with dry filters. The latter highlight attentiveness to water consumption which is, instead, very high in standard booths.

Like its predecessors, this fourth glazing centre consists of a 4-station carousel with a dry glazing booth entirely controlled by the computer on the GA2000 robot; there is no PLC. All machine functions and settings are controlled directly via the joystick, all the glaze control parameters included.

Reliable, precise and efficient, this fourth Gaiotto plant will boost Sanikey’s automatically glazed piece daily output capacity while ensuring excellent quality standards.

Once again, the Sacmi Group confirms its status as a pivotal industrial partner able to meet all its customers’ needs: flexibility, reliability, simplicity, quality and assistance.

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