Tableware

CHARACTERISTICS

Kilns for temperature up to 1 420 °C. Standard models for tableware, decoration, giftware and others.

Tailored solutions studied according to clients needs and requirements, taking into account the type and size of the loads, exhaust system, firing curves and atmospheres.

Efficiency on temperature, pressure and atmosphere control to meet the highest quality standards of our clients. The use of automatic air/gas ratio systems on gas kilns allows a more efficient control on the atmosphere, with the option of adding equipment for continuous O2 e CO monitoring and analysis.

Sanitaryware

CHARACTERISTICS

Kilns up to 1 300 °C. Standard conception lines developed for the most common type of pieces.

Tailored solutions studied according to the type and size of the load as well as refractory furniture. Exhaust system is proposed considering the best kiln’s performance.

Efficiency on temperature, pressure and atmosphere control to meet the highest quality standards of our clients. The use of automatic air/gas ratio systems on gas kilns allows a more efficient control on the atmosphere, with the option of adding equipment for continuous O2 monitoring and analysis.

Secondary air for efficient cooling and faster firing cycles.

Guillotine Automatic doors or frontal displacement, studied according to each project.

Technical ceramics & refractories

CHARACTERISTICS

Kilns up to 1 700 °C, fixed base, with kiln cars or Elevator / Top hat.

Tailored solutions studied for products with rigorous requirements considering temperature and atmosphere control, often with very slow cycles, where the control accuracy has a strong impact on the final product quality.

In gas kilns, hot air recovery systems can increase efficiency with significant fuel savings. These systems include equipment and components that allow – from the exhaust gases – heating of the combustion air (clean air) up to the maximum temperature of 400 ºC on burners inlet.

Optional post-combustion system to consider when the exhaust flue gases need to be treated.

Abrasives

CHARACTERISTICS

Kilns up to 1 700 °C, fixed base, with kiln cars or Elevator / Top hat.

Products with rigorous requirements on temperature and atmosphere controls, using longer and controlled firing cycles, especially to free the several binder components.

In gas kilns, hot air recovery systems can increase efficiency with significant fuel savings. These systems include equipment and components that allow – from the exhaust gases – heating of the combustion air (clean air) up to the maximum temperature of 400 ºC on burners inlet.

These kilns, using mainly gas, are normally equipped with post-combustion chamber working up to the temperature of 800ºC. This equipment allows burning the several compounds in the exhaust flue gases, in accordance with the environmental standards.

Structural

CHARACTERISTICS

Kilns for maximum temperatures up to 1 200 °C, for dense loads.

Although these kilns are traditionally projected with top draft exhaust, inverted draft is considered in case the load is not made directly on the kiln cars, but on H or U-cassettes for automatic load and unloading.

Integrated with load and unloading automatic systems.

Terracotta

CHARACTERISTICS

Kilns up to 1 100 °C.

Standard models for tableware, decoration and others.

Tailored solutions studied according to the type and size of the load, exhaust system, firing curves and atmospheres.

Efficiency on temperature, pressure and atmosphere control to meet the highest quality standards of our clients. The use of automatic air/gas ratio systems on gas kilns allows a more efficient control on the atmosphere.