Blizzard Vitrified, a recently-formed ceramic company based in Morbi, India, has commissioned Manfredini & Schianchi to supply an MS-Drytech dry preparation plant with Fusion granulation technology at its new glazed porcelain tile factory. The M&S plant is already undergoing installation and has a production capacity of 15 tonnes per hour, ideal for feeding a production line with an output of around 300,000 sq. metres of 600 by 600 and 600 by 1,200mm tiles per month.
Blizzard Vitrified places a premium on environmental sustainability and has adopted plants equipped exclusively with state-of-the-art Italian technology designed to reduce consumption and emission levels. The plant supplied by Manfredini & Schianchi is the first of its kind for porcelain tile production in Asia and will allow the Indian company to cut its water consumption by 90%, its electrical energy consumption by 20% and its fuel (gas and coal) consumption by 60%. Moreover, no chemical additives are used in preparing the body and all production waste can be recycled. Contact the company direct via e-mail at: email@example.com. From: http://www.ceramicworldweb.it
More at: http://blizzardvitrified.com/
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