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3/20/2014
A new jewel in the RAK Porcelain crown

Output capacity boosted by purchase of new Sacmi kiln and new two-head isostatic horizontal pressing unit

The gradual process of doubling output capacity at RAK Porcelain (UAE) has now reached completion following the purchase of a Sacmi TKA 240/88,2 roller kiln for firing glazed products (equipped with relative automatic handling) and a Sacmi/Sama 2-head isostatic press mod. LPP-2S-38 for the dry pressing of plates and bowls (equipped with Sacmi/Sama automatic finishing units mod. OFM for non-round articles).

In the recent past RAK had already purchased and installed an automatic cup-making machine and two pressure casting benches for large trays and plates: these too were supplied by Sama/Sacmi.
The existing ‘biscuit’ kiln has, instead, been modernised to allow two-tier firing.

Thanks to the extraordinary efficiency of the technology adopted by RAK Porcelain, their highly qualified personnel and the outstanding reliability of their machines, output has been boosted while maximising control of both production efficiency and the first-rate product quality that is making ever-larger gains on the luxury tableware market.

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