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6/1/2006
New glazing lines for the Civita Castellana (VT) area

Gaiotto’s ceramic industry sales go from strength to strength.

GAIOTTO, a member company of the Imola-based Sacmi Group, has once again reinforced its standing as the principle supplier of glazing lines in the Civita Castellana area.
New Gaiotto-built Fine Fire Clay and Vitreous China glazing systems have, in fact, been sold to Ceramica Flaminia, Ceramica Althea and Ceramica Ilca,(Civita Castellana-VT), all of which were already Gaiotto customers.
The glazing lines, which include expansion of the existing plant at Ceramica Altea, will be installed by August 2006. A key feature on these systems is the inclusion of new GA2000 glazing robots, the most innovative glazing solution presently available to the ceramic industry.
Suitable for the glazing of both Fine Fire Clay and Vitreous China, the GA2000 offers outstanding versatility. For example, on the GA2000 sold to Ceramica Flaminia two separate spray guns for FFC pieces and a glaze flow control system have been fitted. This provides superb elasticity, allowing the user to exclude the engobe circuit for simultaneous use of the two guns in the case of Vitreous China glazing. Featuring cutting-edge devices, the GA2000 thus offers a winning combination of flexibility and – as it represents the very latest in the robotics field – great innovation.
All of this meets the Civita ceramic companies’ need for high quality output while strengthening the mutually rewarding business relations between them and GAIOTTO.

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