The 2015 edition of Ceramics China - the Chinese fair dedicated to ceramics technologies being held from 1st to 4th June at Guangzhou – is now just around the corner. The event will be hosting a good-sized group of Italian companies, all ready to display their technological excellence. Among them, of course, will be Sacmi, which will be illustrating its innovations for tiles, sanitaryware and tableware industry.
Sacmi’s extensive 500 m2 exhibition area – Hall 3.1, stand C221 – will be displaying a module of the new XXL385 kiln, an “extra large” 3,850 mm wide machine capable of processing a considerably greater number of tiles than currently available kilns of the same length. The perfect kiln, then, also for large tile production.
Visitors will then have the opportunity to see live demonstrations of Crono, the highly comprehensive, innovative hardware-software system developed by Sacmi-Intesa for the “colour management” of the digital printing processes in the ceramic field.
On display also a 5GX Flawmaster inspection machine, designed to inspect ceramic tiles for mechanical, glaze and decoration defects and classify them according to their quality and shade.
For the sanitaryware and tableware division, Sacmi personnel will be present to illustrate the latest from Sacmi to customers, who in recent years have confirmed their trust in the group with numerous new investments in the area.
The Sacmi Group will also be taking an active part in several conferences at the fair. Firstly, there will be a talk on Monday 01st June at 2 p.m. at the Pazhou Exhibition Hall, titled “Energy saving, environmental protection and technological process evolution in the ceramic production”. The Sacmi group will then organize a conference titled “Surface Inspection – New frontiers in automatic inspection systems”, scheduled on Tuesday 02nd June from 10.00 to 11.30 a.m at the Pazhou Exhibition Hall, Zone A, Huacheng Room (registration at the Sacmi stand).
Daily visits to the Sacmi Nanhai production plants have also been arranged; these will depart at 1 p.m. from the Sacmi stand. Visitors will have the opportunity to get a first-hand look at 2 PH7500 presses and to the range of digital printing machines by Sacmi-Intesa.