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Innovations and reference projects

The French plant engineering company Cleia will focus fully on innovation.

Highlights will include the Hydrofast kiln, an evolution of the water-sealed kiln allowing controlled-atmosphere firing to develop products with innovative colours. The VFT system dedicated to firing glazed products like thin bricks, facade tiles and facing bricks will be presented.

Also on show will be Deforcet technology allowing energy savings of 20 to 30 % in existing processes, collaborative robotics combined with Joyteach learning that introduces a new simplified human-machine interface.

In numerous reference projects, the latest units supplied by Cleia to the USA, Europe, Africa and South America will be presented to interested trade visitors.


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