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E.I.D. Parry (India) Ltd. now firing with a Sacmi tunnel kiln

Thanks to the STK 300/91.14, the Dewas sanitaryware plant is now producing three thousand pieces a day

Following in other customers’ footsteps, E.I.D. Parry (India) Ltd. of Dewas has gone for a Sacmi-made STK 300/91.14 tunnel kiln capable of firing three thousand pieces a day on a 12-hour cycle. Installed and started up at the firm’s sanitaryware plant, this is the first kiln in India to be fitted with the very latest temperature control systems. The burners, in fact, are of the high-speed open flame type and the electrical system features a PC that monitors and controls every single cycle parameter (manual control can also be used). Uniformity of temperature and parameter control across all kiln zones allow – slip and glaze raw materials remaining equal – the user to produce a sanitaryware item of exceptional brilliance with a very low percentage of breakages compared to products fired inside traditional brickwork tunnel kilns.
Close collaboration between the SACMI Forni technical staff and E.I.D. Parry (India) Ltd. has made the project a true success and underlined just how committed this customer is to increasing output potential and investing in the research needed to ensure ever-higher quality.

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