Beralmar - Newsletter 45 November 2010
Newsletter 45 - November 2010
Approximate reading time: 5 minutes
  • Ceramics Industry

About to start the steam train ride

Mr. Stark giving his speech

The XXV TÉGLÁS NAPOK, which means "brick day" in Hungarian, took place on 28 and 29 of October in Gosztola, a town in southwest Hungary. The annual event brought together the association of Hungarian ceramists.

The first day of the meeting was devoted to various technical presentations. Worth highlighting is the presentation of Mr. Laszló Stark, owner of the MÁLYI TÉGLA ceramics plant, who explained the construction project for a new tunnel kiln carried out by BERALMAR, a highly complex project due to severe space restrictions. After lunch participants went for a ride on a steam train and toured the timber industry museum. Timer is the main economic activity in the region. The day ended, of course, with a pleasant and cheerful dinner.

The second day featured a technical visit to the CREATON LENTI tile factory.

  • Corporate

BERALMAR will be present with its own stand at the KYIVBUILD 2011 trade fair which will be held in the Ukrainian capital between 23 and 26 February 2011.

BERALMAR already participated in the 2009 edition of KYIVBUI and since then has entered into the Ukrainian market through the supply of coal and natural gas firing equipment.

We are confident that this new participation is an opportunity to advance various cooperation projects between the Ukrainian ceramics industry and BERALMAR.

For more information regarding the participation of BERALMAR in KYIVBUILD 2011, please contact Yuriy Zinyak:

  • News and Accomplishments

After making various repairs to their tunnel kiln vault, BRIQUETERIE NOUR in Tangier (Morocco) has finally decided to entrust BERALMAR with the replacement of the vault to put an end once and for all to the problems the old vault had given since it was installed.

BERALMAR has proposed replacing the suspended porous vault in the firing and preheating area with a dry-pressed refractory model, with a total area of 279 m2.

The new vault will eliminate the problem of loss of gases and condensation affecting the metallic elements and structure of the kiln and the corrosion and deterioration that this caused. Other advantages of the new vault will be a decrease in kiln consumption and an increase in productivity.

BERALMAR would like to publicly thank BRIQUETERIE NOUR for their ongoing trust, which they have already shown in the past relying on BERALMAR to supply fuel oil and pet coke coke combustion equipment. | Change language | Unsubscribe | Disclaimer
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