PLANT TECHNOLOGY FOR ADVANCED CERAMICS


The Advanced Ceramics Network is a work group of German companies with unique know-how in machinery and plant engineering for the production of technical ceramics of highest quality.

 

In alliance with experts for materials research and quality control we create reliable plants with outstanding performance.


YOUR SOLUTION PROVIDERS

Maschinenfabrik Gustav Eirich GmbH & Co. KG

More than 100 years of experience

in material processing for technical and fine ceramic bodies

like honeycombs, ceramic rollers, membranes, filters, etc.

 

Mixing and kneading incl. batching and weighing technology

for complete automatic processing according to the specific formula.

 

State-of-the-art control technology

customized for perfect controlling and monitoring of the entire production

process.

 

Plant engineering and system concepts

individually designed for the specific customer requirements.

Worldwide after sales service & spare parts supply with own service engineers for assembly, commissioning and training.

ECT-KEMA GmbH

The ECT-KEMA company is one of the few enterprises around the globe which has the know-how to design, to develop and to produce machinesand plants for the preparation and extrusion of products for fine and technical ceramics as well as extrudates for the chemical industry.

 

It is our goal to strengthen our position as technology leader in extrusion of ceramic and related masses, to improve permanently our machines in concept and detail and to develop together with our customers and partners innovative solutions for the long-term benefit of our customers.



Keramischer OFENBAU GmbH

Keramischer OFENBAU GmbH stands for the state-of-the art firing technology. Our kiln plants are individually designed to the need of our technical ceramics customers. We are innovative and at the same time we are an experienced German kiln building company. Our focus is on benchmarking energy saving technologies as our EnerViT firing technology.

 

For technical ceramics, Keramischer OFENBAU’s advanced technology and customized solutions are combined with the proven reliability by full service around the kiln, as online service, spare parts supply and after sales service.

Lingl Anlagenbau GmbH

Today Lingl Anlagenbau GmbH is the biggest independent and privately-run supplier of machinery and equipment for the ceramic materials industry. LINGL stands out for trend-setting innovation activities, reliability and high-quality workmanship.

We own particular know-how in the field of technical ceramics manufacturing technology, such like catalyst substrates, ceramic rollers, membranes, etc. In particular we are specialized in handling and drying technology for these

complex and sensitive products. Together with our Advanced Ceramic Network partners we are able to design and set up complete manufacturing lines for technical ceramics.



Lippert GmbH & Co. KG

Engineering solutions MADE BY LIPPERT

Based in the Upper Palatinate, Bavaria, Germany, Lippert GmbH & Co. KG, with 400 employees, representations in 40 countries and an export quota of 50%, is a global player with an international presence. Our engineering expertise is in demand worldwide – our solutions delight thanks to their innovative technology, high quality and level of performance. With more than 70 years of experience Lippert GmbH & Co. KG is your partner for customised solutions.

 

Ceramics industry

Leading technology, constant innovation, and more than 50 years of experience in the ceramic sector form the foundation of LIPPERT’s success in the field of systems engineering for the ceramics industry. LIPPERT combines this ceramics know-how with its expertise in the field of materials handling and automation equipment to provide systems that are always tailored to its clients‘ specific needs. This results in technologically leading and efficient system solutions that impress. Its list of references currently comprises more than 2,000 installations in over 40 countries.

 



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