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PLANTS FOR PORCELAIN STONEWARE
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PLANTS FOR PORCELAIN TILES

The raw materials preparation process DRY-TECH Porcelain is the technological solution of Manfredini & Schianchi to the growing demand of dramatically cutting down processing costs with same quality standards in the manufacturing of PORCELAIN STONEWARE.

PORCELAIN TILES PLANTS

A painstaking research is conducted on customers’ raw materials and Manfredini & Schianchi thanks to its skilled technical team, labs and pilot plant, develops the ideal body composition to perform through its DRY-TECH process, a seamless and consistently repeatable ceramic endproduct.

The fundamental advantages of DRY-TECH PLANTS FOR PORCELAIN STONEWARE are as follows

  • Very strong reduction of thermal and electrical consumption levels
  • Utilisation of cheaper raw materials normally set apart in the traditional system due to viscosity issues
  • Absence of deflocculants
  • Smaller space needed by the plant
  • High automation
  • Consistency of the endproduct
  • Overhaul procedures definitely lowered compared with the traditional plant
  • Almost total elimination of water consumption and emissions of environment harmful exhaust fumes
Gres Porcellanato

The DRY-TECH Porcelain process of Manfredini & Schianchi is already the most worldwide spread alternative system in raw materials processing stage with more than 850,000,000 m2/year of floor and wall tiles manufactured by its customers in several kinds.

PORCELAIN TILE PLANTS

The evolution into DRY-TECH Porcelain enables dry preparation technology to benefit any production and the relevant ceramic results are fully complying with running UNI rules

Incidence
DRY-TECH Porcelain
Traditional wet system
Water (L/t)
36
266
Electricity (kW/t)
39
55
Natural Gas (mc/t)
3,9 with 12 % humidity in the raw materials
45
Personnel
2 People
3 People
Global Mainteneance Costs (€/t)
5,5
7,5

Drytech porcelain

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