For several years now, Zschimmer & Schwarz Ceramco has been pursuing an environmentally friendly vision based on a simple observation: water-based technology is the only way forward in the field of inkjet ceramic decoration.
The Creadigit - the single-pass drop-on-demand digital inkjet printer from System Ceramics - has established itself as a standard. Its electronics allow for high-speed printing and can create images of any kind with designs up to 200 square metres in size, making each surface truly unique.
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.
After the success achieved at Cersaie and Tecnargilla 2018 with the presentation of C-GLAZES Digital, Colorobbia is continuing to advance in the challenges set forth by the industrial implementation of the different high-laydown digital glazing technologies. The latest "Limitless" innovations were presented at Cevisama 2019.
Ferro is presenting two new ranges of water- based inks that stand out for their improved emissions performance (including odorous emissions) during combustion: DG Inks - Decoration & Glazed Inks HPLUS).
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.