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Our factory features the latest equipment and updated machinery that are ergonomically set up in order to best contribute to flawless functionality, uninterrupted process, and sound environment. To facilitate the production rhythms sought after, we keep a vigilant eye on our factory, ensuring that it always avails a rigorous setting for the development of several concurrent systems.

Our factory equipment comprises the following:

Kilns:
As of August 2008, the factory features 14 kilns that work 24/7; among them there are 2 German biscuit kilns, and one of them is a giant, 46 m long, kiln. There is a glaze kiln and a decoration kiln.

Machines:

  • Two GFZ machines, with 3 robots (auto-arms) each, made in Germany; they are geared to facilitate the fabrication of irregular shapes.

  • A casting machine and two pressure casting machines, which are critical for productivity increase.

  • Three machines for the cup production line

  • A glazing machine for quality improvement

  • A spray dryer unit, which makes it possible to use local raw materials, such as feldspar, silica and quartz, instead of using the imported materials required for the GFZ machines.

  • A certain number of breakers and grinders

    Production phases:
    The following is a brief presentation of the production phases and overall cycle:

  1.  Preparation division: transportation of raw material from the warehouse, and preparatory arrangements
     

  2. Forms division: making plaster casts to shape and/or cast the products.
     

  3. Casting machines division: preparation of round models out of materials and forms shaped during the previous phases
     

  4.  Manual casting division: preparation of irregular shapes, namely kettles, milk jugs, and sugar bowls out of materials and forms shaped during the previous phases
     

  5. Auto casting division: preparation of pots and tableware
     

  6. Porcelain division: automatic production of high quality dishes
     

  7. Shipping division: forwarding products to biscuit kilns
     

  8. Biscuit division: taking the products out of the biscuit kilns and proceeding through the next stage
     

  9. Glazing division: glazing, and then forwarding the products to the glaze kiln from where they come out as white porcelain.
     

  10. Assortment division: product classification (first or second-class), elimination of defective items, error analysis (to avoid defects in the future)
     

  11. Decalcomania division: putting decal on the products that are then forwarded to the decoration kiln
     

  12. Casing and packaging division: final casing and packaging of the products either in sets or individually

 
   
     

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