In the current energy scenario, ceramics production is going through a troubled period with the significant increase in fuel costs putting pressure on the production cost structure.


The challenge of producing "more with less" has therefore become the daily routine for companies operating in the ceramics industry.


This situation calls for urgent and, above all, sustainable long-term measures to enable the industry to maintain its production at competitive prices, in line with environmental concerns and goals for carbon neutrality - increasingly important decision-making factors in Western markets.


An inevitable measure will be to invest in new high-efficiency equipment that produces more with less energy costs.


But when we measure efficiency, we can't just count fuel savings. There are two other important savings indicators to consider: the electrical consumption of the components of the equipment itself and the reduction in production downtime with consequent gains in productivity.

In this field, BRASTHERM's new generation industrial kilns represent a new technological level in terms of efficiency, achieving savings of over 50% in some cases when replacing pre-existing kilns.


And how is it possible to achieve this high level of savings?
Find out all the details in this technical article:


  BRASTHERM JET NewGen.pdf (PT version)