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Innovative systems for Ceramica Catalano

Automatic solutions for the loading/unloading of pieces along the whole glazing line

Sacmi has improved the existing glazing line at Ceramica Catalano (Civita Castellana VT) by supplying an automatic load/unload robot for the entire glazing line; the robot was made by Sacmi Group member company Gaiotto.

Line versatility and innovation stem from the fact that pieces are picked up from/set down on the moving cars as they travel towards the inspection/glazing line.

As a result all the line operators have to do is inspect and check the pieces; manual handling is no longer required as everything is done fully automatically – thus ensuring greatly enhanced production efficiency.

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