RobotClean is Sacmi’s new technology for safely performing all sanitaryware white finishing operations which are currently carried out manually and place the operator at risk of contact with hazardous substances such as respirable crystalline silica dust.
One of the most interesting and innovative projects undertaken by Poppi Clementino’s R&D department recently involves the development of a system for the abatement of harmful substances present in the flue gases emitted during the ceramic production process.
Marcheluzzo has developed a new high-efficiency, low-consumption Stand-alone Ventilating Cone, a high-performance solution that applies the same principles and technology as those adopted in the heavy clay sector
The French company Eco-Tech Ceram has developed and patented Eco-Stock®, a sustainable and cost-effective solution that supports the energy transition by reducing industry’s energy consumption and carbon footprint.
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.
The Durst booth will be showcasing technologies for a full-digital glazing line featuring the Gamma DG system for digital glazing/structure printing alongside the Durst Gamma XD printer for decoration.
Lamberti presents the Printojet S series of additives which ensure optimal surface tension and rheology, as well as good binding power and lubricating properties to guarantee a high-quality surface in terms of spreadability and homogeneity.
Genya is an innovative software platform for the glazing line, developed as a partnership between System Ceramics’ internal decoration and process computerisation BUs. It is a piece tracking system that provides instructions to digital printers and coordinates decorative applications on tiles or slabs.