Advanced ceramics, Laeis and Riedhammer together at Ceramics Expo 2016

Both Sacmi Group companies took part in the international symposium in Cleveland, the world’s leading city for the application of technical ceramics in the automotive, aerospace, biomedical, environmental and precision electronics fields

1st June 2016

Laeis, the leading designer of hydraulic presses for refractory products and advanced ceramics, and Riedhammer, a global player in the production of industrial shuttle, tunnel and rotary kilns for ceramic sanitaryware and special ceramics, recently exhibited (for the second time) at Ceramics Expo. Held in Cleveland (26-28 April 2016), this is one of the world’s most important plant engineering and ceramic manufacturing fairs, especially as regards the advanced ceramics used in several industries such as automotive, aerospace and biomedical, and technologies for the environment and precision electronics.

 

In front of the industry’s biggest decision makers – business owners, technicians and production managers – these two Sacmi Group companies presented the latest solutions in their respective ranges. More specifically, Laeis chose Cleveland to present its range of hydraulic presses for technical ceramics and refractory items, designed to efficiently manage even the “trickiest” products in the industry, including those of complex, irregular shape.

 

The leading provider of ultra-high temperature firing solutions, Riedhammer, instead, showcased its latest technological developments: the key protagonist was “Low-02-Technology” for de-binding, a cutting-edge solution that visitors were able to get a close look at thanks to the company’s technical staff, who were on hand to provide details and technical info. Other key products presented by the Germany company in Cleveland included the gas-seal roller kilns which allow firing to be carried out in different atmospheres (nitrogen, hydrogen, argon or mixed-gas).

 

Given the exhibition’s success and the encouraging contacts established with the industry’s biggest international players, both Sacmi Group companies have confirmed they will be taking part in the next edition of the symposium, to be hosted in Ohio’s financial-industrial capital from 25 to 27 April 2017.

Team day 2015

TEAM-DAY 2015

Munich, 19.10.2015

TEAM by Sacmi is pleased to invite you to attend TEAM Day 2015, which will offer interesting presentations covering a broad range of themes regarding advanced ceramics and the related technology. It will also provide a forum for information exchange, discussion and networking for our customers and friends. Join TEAM Day 2015 to learn more about us and interesting developments in the field of advanced ceramics in the enjoyable atmosphere of a place with great tradition in Bavaria. Participants will receive a voucher for free access to the CERAMITEC Fair! Date: 19th October 2015 (the day before CERAMITEC fair opening) Place: Paulaner am Nockherberg, Hochstrasse 77, D-81541 Munich Important notice: since the number of participants is limited, the applications will be handled on a first come, first served basis. We reserve the right to reject applications after the maximum number of participants has been reached. Make sure to submit your application form soon! Invitation, program and registration form are available for download from the websites of the TEAM companies or at www.sacmi-team.com

Positive response on TEAM Day 2012

Munich; May 21st, 2012

The TEAM Day 2012 took place on May 21, 2012 in Munich, accompanying the CERAMITEC. Approx. 100 participants from 10 countries accepted the invitation from LAEIS, ALPHA CERAMICS, RIEDHAMMER and SAMA. The organizing companies were able to acquire top-class authors from industry and research for an interesting lecture program. After the opening speech of Pietro Cassani, General Manager of SACMI, Imola (I), Jon Binner, University Loughbourough (UK), gave a comprehensive overview on chances and challenges in the field of advanced ceramics seen from a European point of view. Marco Reinger, Industriekeramik Hochrhein (Ger) reported on high-quality powder for advanced ceramics and João Calado, Innovnano (P), introduced the “Emulsion Detonation Synthesis”; a new and very flexible method to produce nanoscale ceramic powder. The lecture of Rolf Wagner, H.C. Starck (Ger), illustrated by numerous examples, on the properties and applications of silicon nitride was followed by a presentation of Keith Leackfeld, GE (USA) on the Durathon Battery, giving an outline on the production process in a new plant. During the breaks and the final dinner there was plenty of time to discuss the presentations as well as to intensify existing contacts and establish new ones in a relaxed atmosphere.

Ceramitec 2012

Munich, Germany - 22-25/05/2012

CERAMITEC will take place at the New Munich Trade Fair Centre from 22 to 25 May 2012. Since its premiere in 1979 CERAMITEC has developed into the world’s leading trade fair for the ceramic industry. CERAMITEC 2009 attracted 656 exhibitors from 35 countries and approximately 15,000 visitors from 84 countries. Visit us in Hall B6, Booth no. 301-502

TEAM Newsletter 1-2011 with announcement of TEAM Day 2012

at Paulaner am Nockherberg Munich; May 21st 2012

Interesting news from the TEAM by Sacmi companies: Production equipment for large-sized ceramics, supplied by Laeis, Riedhammer and Sama; high quality kiln furniture from Alpha Ceramics.

High interest in LAEIS presses for manufacturing of sputtering targets

Wecker - 10/03/2011

LAEIS received several further contracts to supply presses Alpha 4200, Alpha 800 and PH 6500 to produce sputtering targets. ALPHA CERAMICS to produce spray dried powder for this application.

34th International Conference and Exposition on Advanced Ceramics and Composites

Daytona Beach, FL; 24-29/01/2010

You are welcome to visit us during the exhibition at our booth no. 320

CERAMITEC 2009

Munich, Germany - 20-23/10/2009

11th International Trade Fair for Machinery, Equipment, Plant, Processes and Raw Materials for Ceramics and Powder metallurgy - Visit us in Hall B6, Booth nr. 303-502

Start up of silicon compaction plant for photovoltaics

Freiberg, Germany - 09/09/2009

SUNICON AG in Freiberg, a Solar World Group company, has started up a new LAEIS plant for the compaction of silicon as an intermediate step in the production of panels for photovoltaics.

Another large press for compaction of carbon ordered

Nowy Sacz, Poland - September 2009

SGL Carbon has ordered another LAEIS high performance press for the production of carbon brick at the Nowy Sacz plant in Poland.

TEAM DAY

Ofenwerk Nuremberg - 06/06/2008

1 day symposium with topics related to Technical Ceramics

Team by Sacmi web site

Nuremberg

Team by Sacmi web site goes live

32nd International Conference & Exposition on Advanced Ceramics and Composites

Daytona Beach - 14/04/2008

Alfred Kaiser of Laeis presented a report on hydraulic pressing and tape casting as applied to the world of advanced ceramics.

Composite Materials Center Fall 2007 Industrial Advisory Board Meeting

Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA - 17/10/2007

Presentation of TEAM by Sacmi at the Ceramic and Composite Materials Center Fall 2007 Industrial Advisory Board Meeting of the Rutgers University

10th International Conference and Exhibition of the European Ceramic Society

Berlin, Germany - 20/06/2007

Laeis, Sama and Riedhammer present a paper entitled "Shaping and Firing Technologies for Advanced Ceramics"

10th International Conference and Exhibition of the European Ceramic Society

Berlin, Germany - 17/06/2007

Presentation of Team by Sacmi to the international ceramics community

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