Heat recovery in sanitary-ware industry applied to water and energy saving by multi-effect distillation

Autores: Cuviella-Suárez, C. Sanitary-ware industry, as a sub-sector in the ceramic industry, is a great consumer of energy and water, although there are some opportunities to reduce the global consumption, especially for factories based on resin molds technology. This research aims to show the way to reduce drastically water consumption by recovering waste heat into a multi-effect distillation system to re-use most of the flushing water. This […]

Expertos debaten en el ITC sobre el potencial de la cerámica en la ciudadExpertos debaten en el ITC sobre el potencial de la cerámica en la ciudad

Alrededor de una quincena de profesionales con probada experiencia en el ámbito del sector cerámico y de las administraciones públicas se han reunido hoy, en el marco del proyecto europeo CERURBIS, en el Instituto de Tecnología Cerámica (ITC), para finalizar el proceso de generación, debate y valoración de propuestas alrededor del papel y los posibles usos de la cerámica en el espacio urbano. Este equipo […]

Incorporation of Ceramic Waste into Binary and Ternary Soil-Cement Formulations for the Production of Solid BricksIncorporation of Ceramic Waste into Binary and Ternary Soil-Cement Formulations for the Production of Solid Bricks

Autores: Monteiro ,V. Costa , L. Batista , J. Brito da Silva, J.Acchara, W.  Fuente: Mater. Res. , 2014 The incorporation of ceramic waste (CW) into solid bricks made with soil-cement mixtures has been studied in recent years. The aim of this study was to evaluate the physical and mechanical properties of solid bricks made with soil-cement mixtures uniaxially pressed with the addition of construction waste, having hydrated […]

Energy Saving In Ceramic Tile Kilns: Cooling Gas Heat Recovery

Autores: Mezquita, A. Boix, J. Monfort,E. Mallol, G Fuente: Appl. Thermal Eng. , In press doi: 10.1016/ j.applthermaleng.2014.01.002. , 2014 A great quantity of thermal energy is consumed in ceramic tile manufacture, mainly in the firing stage. The most widely used facilities are roller kilns, fuelled by natural gas, in which more than 50% of the energy input is lost through the flue gas and cooling gas exhaust stacks. […]

Curso: “El mantenimiento industrial como mejora de la productividad de las empresas del sector cerámico”Curso: “El mantenimiento industrial como mejora de la productividad de las empresas del sector cerámico”

El Instituto de Tecnología Cerámica  les presenta un nuevo curso de formación interactivo y dinámico, en el que a través de Fernando Ribes Ribes y Vicente Beltrán Pérez, ambos Ingenieros Superiores Industriales (Mecánico) por la E.T.S de Ingenieros Industriales, de la Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, y con la participación de los asistentes aprenderemos a redefinir el mantenimiento industrial para poder hacer frente al aumento actual […]

Energy Efficiency during production of ceramicsEnergy Efficiency during production of ceramics

Autores: Raether, F Fuente: CFI, Ceram. forum int.CFI. Ceramic Forum International , cfi/Ber. DKG 90 N10, pp E27- , 2013     Si desea obtener más información sobre este contenido contacte con nuestro Centro de DocumentaciónAutores: Raether, F Fuente: CFI, Ceram. forum int.CFI. Ceramic Forum International , cfi/Ber. DKG 90 N10, pp E27- , 2013     Si desea obtener más información sobre este contenido contacte con nuestro Centro de Documentación

New systems for installing ceramic tilesNew systems for installing ceramic tiles

Authors: M. llorens, M. Bartolomé, J. Mira, E. Uviedo Source: Tile Today , No.79,p.64-66,68 , 2013 This paper sets out the results of a project whose purpose was to develop dry tile installation methods. The main aim of the systems proposed is to reduce floor and wall tile installation times, avoiding the use of wet adhesives and simplifying the work involved, by means of tile installation systems that do […]

How to Make Ceramics That Bend Without Breaking: Self-Deploying Medical Devices?How to Make Ceramics That Bend Without Breaking: Self-Deploying Medical Devices?

Ceramics are not known for their flexibility: they tend to crack under stress. But researchers from MIT and Singapore have just found a way around that problem — for very tiny objects, at least. The team has developed a way of making minuscule ceramic objects that are not only flexible, but also have a “memory” for shape: When bent and then heated, they return to […]

Study of the heat resistance of ceramic products for use en glassmakingStudy of the heat resistance of ceramic products for use en glassmaking

Authors: Turdiev, D. Sh. Source: Refract. ind. ceram. , Vol. 54, No. 2, July, , 2013 Results are presented from a study of the phase composition of a ceramic composite that is based on aluminum titanate and additives and is synthesized by fusion in a solar furnace. The mechanical properties of ceramics based on aluminum titanate are improved by reducing grain growth in the initial material. It is found […]

New Technology to Reduce Consumption and Cost in the Ceramic Manufacturing cycleNew Technology to Reduce Consumption and Cost in the Ceramic Manufacturing cycle

Source: CFI, Ceram. forum int. , Vol 90, n 7-8, pp 21-22 , 2013 Summary: NA Si desea obtener más información sobre este contenido contacte con nuestro Centro de DocumentaciónFuente: CFI, Ceram. forum int. , Vol 90, n 7-8, pp 21-22 , 2013 Resumen : No disponible Si desea obtener más información sobre este contenido contacte con nuestro Centro de Documentación

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