The Spanish Industrial Machinery (SIMA) event will be the stage where the company KERAjet will open the doors of its facilities to showcase its innovative digital ceramic printing system. The event will feature demonstrations, exhibitions and meetings that will take place from 27 February to 10 March in Almazora, Castellón. The main objective will be to show the technological and innovative capacity to national and international customers.

Technology and avant-garde

The company is finalising details to welcome a large number of visitors from Spain and the world. KERAjet will present the advances and technologies in industrial decoration on which it has been working in recent years. The SIMA days will include access to the facilities, as well as to the pilot plant where tests and demonstrations are carried out.

The guided tours will be informative and educational so that visitors can see for themselves the quality and production capacity of the brand’s launches. The company said that, in the test area, visitors will be able to see live how the equipment works and its performance when printing on different surfaces.

SIMA will be an open day to get to know the Spanish firm, which is characterised by its printing system on surfaces such as ceramics, tableware and textiles, among others. At the event, visitors will be able to learn about the manufacturing process of the machinery from start to finish. The guide will include the evolution of the company from its foundation to the innovations in the digital printing market with 100% Spanish technology.

The company

KERAjet is a pioneer in technology and innovation in digital decoration on an industrial scale. With more than 20 years of experience, they have more than 4,000 machines working in more than 40 countries. They provide printing machinery for ceramics, tableware printing and textile printing, among other surfaces.

The firm originated in 1998 and from its beginnings revolutionised the traditional production systems of digital ceramic decoration. Throughout its two decades of history, it has managed to reinvent itself to continue offering advanced technology and cutting-edge solutions for the ceramics sector on an industrial scale.

The company is characterised by designing and developing machinery entirely with its own technology. They use mechanics, electronics and electrics to develop industrial digital decoration equipment produced from start to finish in-house. The result is a high-tech product, manufactured in-house and made in the country.