• Via Macina 2, Salvaterra di Casalgrande RE 42013

CLAY – MB1 – MB5 – MB6

Here is located the main quarry and the major plants for lump-breaking, grinding and drying process. Easy-to-grind kaolinitic lean clays suitable for glazed porcelain stoneware mixtures are extracted from the Bocciole quarry.

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FLUX MK1 – MK5

The rock extracted from the “Marello” quarry, then processed and graded into various sizes for different types of grinding, is a natural mixture of quartz, feldspar, potassium and clayey materials and is an important element for the ceramic industry.

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FLUX CL1

CL1 Flux, identified as partly altered porphyry, is extracted from the quarry of Lozzolo. Crushing, screening and mixing from the various quarrying faces make it a product constantly suitable for porous and vitrified ceramic mixtures. It is also available dried for dry milling

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RAW MATERIAL MIXING FACTORY

The storage building of raw materials for ceramic bodies and the mixing centre are located in Fiorano Modenese over a covered area of 7,000 square meters and an internal handling capacity of approx. 150,000 tons/year of loose minerals. The goal of this strategic site is, among others, to store products coming from Italy and abroad, providing the ceramic industries a delivery service suitable for any need. According the ceramic industry requirements, we supply mixtures for bodies that are technically suitable for the customer and cost-effective.

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MAPPA MINIERE

SALES OFFICES AND LABS

Considerable support investments in research, development and customer-care service performed at the Casalgrande headquarters are a badge of honour to obtain collaborations with clients and partners for an ongoing and creative study of ceramics.

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SCE SAND

The sand marketed under the SCE name is extracted from the Sardinian quarry in Mores (SS), which is of our property. Its capability is of several million cubic metres, and geologically it is of slightly alkaline sedimentary nature, with potassic feldspar and a constant presence of smectite. Thanks to its low iron oxide content, it is particularly suitable for technical or glazed porcelain stoneware mixtures.

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