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Ceramic Technology, Inc. is an industry leader as a contract manufacture in the design and of CTI-X7® ,ceramic lined process equipment for mineral, coal, and gold processing
CTI combines, operational and manufacturing experience to benchmark improved equipment life. In most applications as much as 15 to 20 times over alternative AR 400, chrome alloy, or rubber lined equipment. The result is reduced downtime and improved plant performance.
Over the last 32 years our CTI-X7® fabrication has been installed across the US and Canada establishing, CTI as innovative and performance driven company known for The CTI-X7 ® Process Equipment Brand.
This brand includes process piping and equipment redesign, including the X7® Sam-1 Static Screens and CTIX7® Impact Cyclones built to enhance plant performance.
As a steel fabrication company our sales and engineering teams are able to coordinate with your operations mangers, apply the X7® standards to improve equipment redesign,resulting in a high level of improved operational performance.
The CTI Manufacturing Service allows CTI-X7® Engineering and Production teams to fast track and prototype enhanced equipment models for medium to large companies to address immediate redesign approval as directed to the manufacturing floor. Once customer engineering approves the design detail and agrees to projected pricing, our engineering production team will deliver the products in 4-6 weeks.
We detail this service to encourage accelerated inter phase track with customer engineering and CTI’s engineering management team by applying the latest 3D-CAD modeling plans to communicate the details of the proposal. The fabrications are built certified with ceramic liners installed ,we guarantee fit, performance,and scheduled delivery time. Your sales engineer will answer any questions and review install procedures with your team. We look forward to the opportunity supporting your operational performance.
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