Maxima and Optima for “relentless” production
Conifex Timber Inc., a leading next generation forestry company recently installed the Mattei rotary vane compressor technology at its Cross City, Florida location. This project has provided a number of benefits, at a reasonable cost, including reduced maintenance, superior performance, and lower energy consumption.
A well-managed compressor room designed and built to perfection, allows you to obtain high-quality compressed air, even in the most aggressive working environments such as the production and processing of compound stone (quartz) products. That’s the case for the Czech company, Technistone®, where Mattei compressors and the local distributor, Mondo, work together perfectly.
Right from the outset Alluminio Sammarinese SpA, a company specialising in the production of bespoke aluminium profiles for industry, has chosen Mattei for the supply of compressed air. Continuous technological innovation and the pursuit of absolute quality are the philosophies underlying a production process, which has always counted on the reliability of rotary vane technology to achieve its objectives.
Astaxanthin is the strongest known antioxidant among carotenoids. The process for its extraction from the alga Haematococcus pluvialis is very delicate and highly technical. In order to maintain high quality production standards, the biotech company Algamo chose to use customised Mattei compressors, born out of a collaboration with local partner, Mondo
The innovative Mattei Master Controller Concerto controls all compressors smartly, with a 35% energy saving.
Elisabetta Tramelli, the daughter of the founder of the longtime Mattei reseller, who for 50 years has been covering the area of Piacenza and lower Lombardy, states with pride the reasons for such a long-standing professional partnership.
Since the 90s the Mattei compressors have accompanied Siderinox in the production of stainless steel tubes, supplying the compressed air required for all automation operations.
Grissin Bon, a renowned family enterprise operating for three generations, has been manufacturing and marketing bread substitutes (in particular breadsticks and melba toasts) for the last 50 years. Production capacity currently accounts for a turnover of around 72 million euro per annum, with a growth trend that is decidedly in contrast with the widespread economic difficulties of today. The Grissin Bon brand is the leading manufacturer of bakery products in Italy, marketing them through a variety of channels (from large-scale distribution to catering), and continues to boost its presence on foreign markets, whilst still maintaining its production completely “Made in Italy”.