New software is supporting supply chain planning and scheduling at Florim Ceramiche.
May 2, 2016
Florim Ceramiche SpA has been recognized as a leader in the ceramic industry for more than 50 years. The company’s business style can be summarized by three core principles: research, innovation and social responsibility.
Acme Brick is expanding in Arkansas to meet growing demand.
May 2, 2016
Acme Brick Co. executives, including President and CEO Dennis Knautz, recently joined Springdale, Ark., Mayor Doug Sprouse and other local officials to turn the first shovels of soil for Acme’s new showroom and warehouse at 4877 N. 45th St. The facility, comprising a 6,256-sq-ft showroom and office, as well as a 14,494-sq-ft warehouse, will sit on 5.78 acres of property that will provide ample customer parking.
Knowledge of dimensional changes with respect to time and temperature is vitally important in many engineering problems. Examples range from quality control of sintering processes to materials selection and design, failure analysis and composites research. The dilatometer is the standard tool used to directly investigate dilation and contraction upon heating and/or cooling.
A number of processing steps in ceramic manufacturing result in the emission of hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) such as acid gases (e.g., hydrofluoric acid, HF; and hydrochloric acid, HCl) that are released in the high-temperature firing steps of the manufacturing process.
Market acceptance of ultraviolet (UV) screen printing technology has arrived in the glass and ceramic container industry as suppliers of equipment and inks have optimized the methods necessary to achieve the durability decorators and their customers expect. The first responsibility of suppliers is to make clear the requirements for achieving durability with UV technology on glass containers, but first a word about expectations.
I-Minerals Inc. is in the process of developing a suite of high-value mineral products from a deposit called the Bovill Kaolin Project. The deposit is located in Bovill, Idaho, a small town that sits at the junction of Idaho State Highways 3 and 8 in the northern part of the state, 2,000 miles west and north of the Tennessee clay fields and 5,000 miles west of the Spanish K-spar mines.