BMR has further strengthened its leadership in Mexico with major new orders from the country’s top ceramic companies.
From April 9 to 12 BMR will take part at Coverings with its latest technologies for the finishing process of ceramic tiles.
Tecno Diamant’s R&D laboratory technicians have developed an innovative diamond metal grinding wheel for the dry grinding and squaring process.
Intercerama, Epicentr and Kharkov have adopted BMR’s dry squaring technology.
The Iranian ceramic industry is continuing to innovate in terms of plant and products and to adopt cutting-edge finishing technologies.
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.
A Speed-Dry dry squaring and chamfering line for large-size ceramic tiles has been installed at the RAK Ceramics facility in Tehran.
Energy saving and energy efficiency are amongst the most important and topical issues for the ceramic sector. The Tecnema automatic dry squaring line transforms these aspects into added value and stands as the industry benchmark for energy saving.
The growing success of large sizes and the Industry 4.0 revolution are driving demand for BMR ceramic surface finishing plants.
Tecnema has also improved its Dry Square 4.0 machine for dry grinding, with four units due to be delivered by the end of the year.
A new BMR finishing line for ceramic panels up to 1600x3200 mm in size has been installed at Florim’s factory in Mordano (Bologna).