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A new partnership in the Refractory Industry

Sacmi wins the trust of Shri Nataraj Ceramic and Chemical Industries Ltd.

Shri Nataraj Ceramic and Chemical Industries Ltd., one of India’s major producers of refractory materials and part of one of the largest Indian Corporations, Dalmia Group, has entrusted Sacmi with an innovative state-of-the art hydraulic press for technological and process innovation project. The purpose of this project is to strengthen the excellent results achieved by this Indian group in recent years and consolidate its market leadership position for alumina based refractories for cement industry in India.

At the Dalmiapuram  plant in Tamil Nadu, in fact, a 1000-ton hydraulic press for the production of alumina-based refractories will be installed in May.
The Sacmi 1000 ton press combines high production speed and incredible flexibility to the traditional distinctive features that make Sacmi hydraulic presses successful worldwide: from size change in less than an hour, to the control system that guarantees products quality and constancy, to the auto-diagnostics that ensure absolute efficiency.
In keeping with Sacmi Group policy, moreover, the completely automatic PHR 1000 hydraulic press is designed in full compliance with consumption reduction and energy efficiency targets, thus resulting in significantly lower running costs and heightened levels of productivity.

This partnership with Shri Nataraj highlights the high degree of satisfaction with the investments that Sacmi is making in India in terms of human resources and continuous technical improvements; that satisfaction also stems from the support provided by subsidiaries in Mumbai and Ahmedabad, once again making the Sacmi Group a winner in terms of both technological quality and after sales service.


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