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Roka Ceram Faces the Future with Italian Technology

There’s a new generation of ceramic tile makers in Iran. One of them, Roka Ceram, chose to establish a new plant in the Yazd area (the country’s most important ceramic-making district) using SACMI technology.

From the raw material preparation department to the handling and sorting lines, the complete plant has been supplied by SACMI/IT. The line consists of MMC111 modular mill, ATM110 spray dryer and two PH3590 presses, an ideal combination of machines for manufacturing both floor and wall tiles in sizes ranging from 30 cm × 30 cm to 90 cm × 90 cm. Downstream from the presses, SACMI has configured a new 170-m FMS kiln. Tested and started up at the end of 2018, the line is now producing daily 10 000 m2, mostly in the 60 cm × 60 cm and 80 cm × 80 cm formats, ready to implement a double cap­acity in future. Roka also decided to invest in the SACMI decoration technology by purchasing two glazing lines equipped with two DHD1208 SACMI Intesa digital decoration units mounting Dimatix heads. The complete handling and sorting technology was provided by the Sima and Nuova Fima brands, SACMI Group specialists in the automation.


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