Direxa Engineering

Direxa designs and builds part and/or complete plants for the heavy clay ceramics and building materials industry all over the world. Its solutions are customized in line with the level of technology and volume of investment desired by its clients. The company will exhibit jointly with Cleia and present its standard kilns and dryers along with its latest innovations in this field. These include:

› solid fuel injection systems (wood, coal, petroleum coke) and other alternative fuel solutions

› a simplified tunnel kiln design for the markets in developing countries

› a high-intensity dryer with no mechanical equipment inside the drying chamber Hall B5, Stand 323/424


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