LB will supply an LBXTRA feeding line for the production of porcelain stoneware slabs
Xiang Da Ceramics of Foshan, founded in 2005 but already one of the largest ceramic tile producers in China, has commissioned LB to supply Naturetech and Rolltech LBXTRA kits.
The new line, complete with Creadigit BS digital printers, will begin operation by October in the new Marco Polo factory in Jiangxi.
The Indian Company launched at Cersaie its new iMarble 1200x3000 e 1200x3600 mm with a thickness of 6 mm, whose production begun in July.
Among the new products on show at its stand (Hall A3, stand 124) United Symbol presents Flyer Panto, the new manipulator for big ceramic slabs.
Ten months after the start-up of the new production plant in Onda equipped with Continua+ technology from Sacmi, Living Ceramics is already planning an expansion.
The Indian company will start up in April a new System line to produce slabs up to 3200 mm.
Tech Tower systems, loading/unloading machines and laser-guided vehicles for the production of large-size tiles have been started up.
The new line will be used mainly for the production of 3 mm and 6 mm thick panels in sizes 3600x1200 mm, 3200x1500 mm, 2600x1200 mm and 2600x1500 mm.
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.
The innovative LB dry colouring technology will be installed in the new plant for large-size ceramic panel and slab production.
The Lamgea 22000t press and the Creadigit systems are the key technologies adopted in the Indian group’s new facility.