Digitalization and sustainability are the two key drivers that merge with Sacmi’s wider plant engineering logic. The goal: to maximize productivity and versatility as part of a new manufacturing approach that focuses on environmentally and socially sustainable production, but without compromising on quality or aesthetics.
Under this motto, Kulzer Technik offers ceramic sanitaryware manufacturers its Kerasys LC products, sustainable solutions to lower production costs, reduce CO2 output, save energy and natural resources.
Duravit’s Chongqing factory has been upgraded with the installation of pressure casting equipment for complex WCs as well as a fourth robot for automatic glazing. The fifth kils was started up in Egypt.
Setec is presenting its new low energy consumption dryer for sanitaryware and tableware. In operation since early 2022, it has exceeded its targets with a drying cycle of under 8 hours, heat consumption of 98 kcal/kg and electricity consumption of 0.003 kWh/kg.
The new Tenagreen binders by Lamberti allows for improving the mechanical characteristics of the cast pieces while having a minimal impact on slip rheology, allowing for rapid and problem-free adoption on existing production lines.
Acimac Research Dept. / MECS updates the yearly analysis of the world ceramic sanitaryware imports/exports flows. In 2020, the first year of the pandemic, global sanitaryware exports suffered a 5% contraction on 2019, a downturn observed in all geographical areas of production.
Higher finished product quality and a more sustainable firing process are two of the top priorities of any ceramic sanitaryware manufacturer. But is it possible to achieve both these goals through an effective choice of kiln furniture and accessories?