Roof tiles systems & products

Car.


H-cassette systems – for firing high-grade roofing tiles

Hollow supports
Transfer of the loads introduced via the covering slabs and the cover.

Insulating structure
The insulating structure is adapted to the existing operating conditions. Hereby, the insulating material as well as number and thickness of the layers vary.

Border bricks
They protect the car's internal insulation in the edge regions.

Covering slabs
The covering slabs of a kiln car protect the car's internal insulation from below, and support the load of the goods to be fired.
Base frame
This kiln furniture serves for the underfloor ventilation of the loaded kiln car. The mono cassettes are stacked on a single furniture item, which has the same coefficient of expansion to prevent additional stresses.

Mono cassettes
Cast kiln furniture item for ensuring high-quality and uniform firing without sagging effects. In particular, the use of H-cassettes is required when firing enamelled and glazed roofing tiles to prevent adhesion.

U-cassette systems – robust and durable solutions for firing roofing tiles

Hollow supports
Transfer of the loads introduced via the covering slabs and the cover.

Border bricks
They protect the car's internal insulation in the edge regions.

Insulating structure
The insulating structure is adapted to the existing operating conditions. Hereby, the insulating material as well as number and thickness of the layers vary.

Covers
The covers protect the hollow supports beneath them from mechanical damage.
Covering slabs
The covering slabs of a kiln car protect car's internal insulation from below, and support the load of the goods to be fired.

U-cassettes / Ribbed cassettes
Kiln furniture for the upright firing of dry-pressed or cast roofing tiles.
Dry-pressed tiles are possible as smooth U-cassettes or as ribbed cassettes. Cast tiles feature a higher number of holes and thereby have a lower weight.

Single-layer firing – system for side-fired kilns

Hollow supports
Transfer of the loads introduced via the covering slabs and the cover.

Border bricks
They protect the car's internal insulation in the edge regions.

Insulating structure
The insulating structure is adapted to the existing operating conditions. Hereby, the insulating material as well as number and thickness of the layers vary.
Covers
The covers protect the hollow supports beneath them from mechanical damage.

Covering slabs
The covering slabs of a kiln car protect car's internal insulation from below, and support the load of the goods to be fired.

Support / Perforated slabs
In kilns fitted with side burners, so-called support are used in combination with setting slabs to permit the kiln charge to be fired from below.