The Vietnamese manufacturer of fast fired extruded terracotta tiles has renewed its trust in Dry Tech Heavy Clay preparation technology with the fourth order in less than 15 years.
The companies of Sacmi Group will be taking part together in the forthcoming Tecnargilla with a full range of plant and technology for the heavy clay industry.
The project involved the installation of innovative systems to improve product quality and increase capacity. The order included a cutting unit and various robotic islands.
Amid the tentative signs of recovery, the industry clearly needs to look beyond the limitations of the past and abandon models that are no longer sustainable.
In addition to a modern and elegant design, the new web site offers more information and direct links to the main social networks.
Featuring fresh content and a restyled graphic design, the new website now includes the Ceramic Division, the Veneto-based company’s new business unit.
Sacmi Heavy Clay expands the Spanish producer’s roof tile production plant.
The new infill block from Wienerberger combines a classic look with a hi-tech core and is ideal for almost-zero-energy buildings.
In response to the growing demands of customers, The Italian company is expanding its production capacity with the purchase of an additional 1,000 square metre covered unit.
On 17 May at Hotel Abbasi in Esfahan, Sacmi will present the Heavy Clay Division’s innovative plant engineering solutions to leading players and local manufacturers.
Macon, one of the largest building materials producers in the Country, supplies a wide range of clay bricks as well as expanded clay and pressed vibrated cement flooring products.
Technological innovation for Brickworks is an essential part of doing business in the highly competitive world of building products. In 2015 the company installed a Multiglaze spraying system and MAS sandblasting units on the brick production line at Rochedale (Queensland).