The most compact and versatile machine in its category, the Continua+ 2120 completes SACMI’s family of continuous pressing solutions. Pederzini (SACMI): “With this machine, SACMI breaks down the last barrier separating slabs and standard sizes”
Biancogres has installed an innovative mouldless pressing system that guarantees maximum flexibility and efficiency in the production of sizes ranging from traditional formats up to 1200x3600 mm.
Gold Medal is due to start up the Superfast 19000 pressing line and the Creadigit XXL full-digital decoration system
Viktor Osetskiy, Marketing Director of Kerama Marazzi, describes the latest technological investments for the doubling of the Continua+ line, which integrates the new digital decoration solutions.
Unveiled at the System Ceramics Open House in late September, Superfast is the world’s first and only mouldless press for the ceramic tile industry (...).
The new line, complete with Creadigit BS digital printers, will begin operation by October in the new Marco Polo factory in Jiangxi.
The Lamgea mouldless press technology for the production of large ceramic tiles and slabs is extremely uniform, meaning that fired products have constant density and a high degree of homogeneity after firing to create the so-called “book match” effect.
Ceramica Gladymar has commissioned SITI BT Group to supply a complete plant for the production of 120x120 cm size tiles, a complete novelty for Bolivia.
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.
System China has been honoured at the China Ceramics Industry Awards for process innovation and technological excellence in the field of industrial automation.
The brand new Smart solution delivers extremely high levels of productivity, efficiency and automation and is supplied on both the PH press and the EVA dryers.
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.