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7/10/2012
Etex-Creaton chooses Sacmi-made rapid drying

Assembly of new 30-million-roof-tiles-a-year plant completed in Koscian (Poland)

The first European plant for the production of roof tiles using the “rapid drying method” and subsequent H-support firing is being established at Koscian, in Poland, in a facility belonging to the Etex-Creaton Group: here, Sacmi’s designers and technicians have just completed, on schedule, assembly of the drying department.

The plant’s main strong point is rapid on-roller drying technology, being used for the first time in Europe in the wake of the success of overseas installations. Constituting the core of the plant are the two 6-tier rapid roller driers, capable of completing the drying cycle in just 220 minutes.

Now comes the plant start-up phase. Once the facility is up and running it will produce a staggering 30 million roof tiles per year. Sacmi will also be providing the Koscian plant with a fully automatic trim drying system, which instead uses the more traditional static cell method.

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