Bedeschi equips P.T. M. Class Industry with new three-mould roofing tile press

Bedeschi, the long-established Italian firm engages in continuous technical research and development, launching ever new products with outstanding properties onto the market.

For P.T. M. Class Industry, an Indonesian roofing tile manufacturer, Bedeschi is supplying a new pressing line and widening its broad range. The new production line will be equipped with a vertical mixer (GDG 1500), an extruder (BED 500 SLS), a cutting and a feeding line, a new three-mould press complete with moulds and a special setting machine (manufactured in-house in Bedeschi’s workshop) to take up 18 tiles at once and load them on a dryer pallet.

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