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Firing and Drying
Sacmi Whiteware recently announced it will be celebrating 30 years of success by showcasing its latest innovations at Tecnargilla in Rimini, Italy.
TevTech LLC recently announced the celebration of 20 years in business.
Sacmi will showcase the CONTINUA+ technology at Tecnargilla 2014, the international ceramic and sanitaryware technology fair to be held in Rimini, Italy, September 22-26.
Linn High Therm, a leading manufacturer of industrial and lab furnaces since 1969, presents high-quality, high-temperature furnaces for universal heat treatment applications, graphitization, sintering and vacuum brazing in a variety of applications, including the glass and ceramic industry, nuclear industry, metal industry, and more.
Ceramic Industry’s 2014-2015 Data Book & Buyers Guide contains the most comprehensive information available for the manufacture of traditional and advanced ceramics, pottery, structural clay products, refractories, and glass.
Successfully started up in the first quarter of 2013, an all-new Sacmi-supplied plant in Bangladesh is now running at full capacity.
Linn High Therm recently introduced a 35 kW tube furnace for fast cycle times. The furnace can reportedly reach temperatures of 1,100°C.
NordCeram has recently invested in a new production line for its Bremerhaven, Germany, plant. The production line will enable the manufacturing of 45 x 90 cm and other large tile formats—sizes that reportedly have not previously been produced on the German market.
Linn High Therm presents high-quality, high-temperature furnaces for universal heat treatment applications, graphitization, sintering and vacuum brazing in a variety of applications.
ASM International recently announced that it will lead a national effort to develop and implement advanced manufacturing technologies through the newly-formed Thermal Manufacturing Industries Advanced Technology Consortium.