WKB Systems

More than 300,000 m³ autoclaved aerated concrete ­manufactured

The AAC plant of state combine stenovykh materialov Kubani  (OOO KSMK) manufactured in 2013 more than 300,000 m³ of autoclaved aerated concrete, achieving in this way a higher production output than originally planned. The AAC plant is completely equipped with machinery and systems from the manufacturer of building machinery construction machinery WKB Systems GmbH. No-waste, efficient and fully automated production at the AAC plant of the state combine stenovykh materialov Kubani in Krasnodar in Russia takes place on a production line from WKB Systems GmbH. In 2013 the plant achieved a daily...

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