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13 February 2008

BWR Nr. 2 - year 2008 - TECHNOLOGY

LARGE K.E.B.E. FACILITY STARTS UP IN GREECE A large plant called K.E.B.E., for the production of masonry blocks and roof tiles owned by the Kothali family, was recently started up in the town of Kilkis, 25 kilometres north of Thessaloniki. The new Greek factory extends over a 36,000 square metre covered area and houses five production lines: two for perforated and masonry blocks, two for roof tiles and a fifth for special pieces.All the extrusion equipment for the four extruders was supplied by TECNOFILIERE, which provided the Greek plant with special dies constructed with extensive use of hard metal. The cores and liners are made of widia and the clay conveying cone is produced entirely by mechanical machining operations.Pictured: 8-exit extrusion of 90x150mm perforated blocks

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