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EXCON Special: Delivery of 22 Tilting Tables to Bangalore in India

EILENBURG/GERMANY, November 13, 2013 - BCV Developers from Bangalore in India has opened a new production plant with 22 tecnocom tilting tables. They are used for the manufacture of filigree slabs, solid slabs and wall panels for the erection of apartments and mansions.

tecnocom tilting tables on the way to Bangalore

22 tecnocom tilting tables by BCV Developers from Bangalore in India for the manufacture of filigree slabs, solid slabs and wall panels, providing erection of apartments and mansions. | photo: Tecnocom

BCV Developers held a big inauguration celebration for the new production plant with 22 tecnocom tilting tables for the manufacture of filigree slabs, solid slabs and wall panels. It became a dazzling celebration with illustrious guests: those invited included the managing directors as well as the chairman of the Brigade Group, to which BCV Developers belongs.
BCV Developers is involved in the building of enormous residential enclaves, which offer their own business parks and infrastructure facilities in addition to luxury apartments. These closed inner-city projects relieve the conurbations and serve in India as a trailblazing solution for safe, comfortable living. The current project, the lifestyle residential enclave “Brigade Orchards” spreads across 130 acres of land and includes 2.000 apartments, 100 mansions, multi-purpose sports complexes as well as shopping centers, schools and hotels.

TTE tilting table on site

In the design of the TTE tilting table particular attention was paid to achieving a perfectly smooth surface of the concrete product. | photo: Tecnocom

The system delivered is the latest generation of the tecnocom tilting table, the “TTE – Tilting Table Export”, which scores with its simple structure and modular concept. In the design of the TTE tilting table particular attention was paid to achieving a perfectly smooth surface of the concrete product. The surface of the steel plate is ground smooth using an automatic belt grinder.
If necessary, this model can be divided into two halves and transported easily and cheaply in standard containers.
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