Electronics and advanced automation, attention to the environment and customization are the core of BMR new proposal for ceramic surface finishing on show at Tecnargilla. Interview with Marco Sichi and Claudio Avanzi.
The competition that rewards innovative projects, the result of the latest research into materials, applications and surface decorations this year hinges on the theme of “The three dimensions”.
The Iranian company Rock Sanat (Mah Ceram group) has commissioned BMR to supply a complete finishing plant for its new ceramic slab and panel factory.
Ceramica Sant’Agostino completes its range with the sizes 120x120 e 90x180 cm, created by cutting unfired large size panels produced on the new Lamgea 33000 press.
The new large-size tile finishing plant supplied by BMR to Indian firm Lioli Ceramica is due to begin operation in late March this year.
In its roots BMR has founded its success and brought it all over the world in the name of made in Italy.
The growing success of large sizes and the Industry 4.0 revolution are driving demand for BMR ceramic surface finishing plants.
The new and larger branch will also host the reconditioning workshop for squaring spindles and honing heads.
Quality Service is a hardware and software supervision system consisting of a panel that displays the operating status of the complete line in real time.
A new BMR finishing line for ceramic panels up to 1600x3200 mm in size has been installed at Florim’s factory in Mordano (Bologna).
Squaring machine number 1,000 built by BMR has been installed at the facility of Casalgrande Padana.
Paolo Sassi comments the very positive results of Tecnargilla 2016, in terms of both the high qulity of the technlogical innovations on show, and the excellent visitor attendance from any part of the world.