Evolution in roofing tile press technology with ­innovative automation

Rieter’s DTP roofing tile accessory press has been used successfully for more than 30 years and is one of the market leaders in the production of roofing tile accessories. Over these years, the machine has been continuously developed and adapted to meet the needs of modern roofing tile accessory production.

In 2011 came a crucial step in its further evolution: with the extensive possibilities with the Keller Division, the DTP press was radically reworked. Experts from Keller,
Rieter and Morando worked in close collaboration with their customer Röben Tonbaustoffe to lay the foundation for a new...

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