BMR – SINCE 1968
The Best Partner
For your Success
Made in Italy quality and technological innovation for polishing, lapping, treatment, squaring, incision and cutting ceramic surfaces of any size are the credentials of a company that has made end of line processes its mission, with an overall vision that combines multiple factors and guarantees high performance and competitive products. By providing timely and effective Customer Assistance, even remotely, BMR has become the principal partner for the main ceramics companies all over the world.
VIEW THE MAIN PRODUCTION LINES
Processing plant, machines and accessories: an advanced and qualitative synergy for a complete end-of-line ceramic process that is custom developed specifically to your requirements. The wide range of products makes it possible to satisfy the various market requirements and to guarantee highly competitive plant solutions.
Polishing and Treatment Line
Mechanical surface abrasion process to produce flat smooth surfaces on technical porcelain. The Treatment phase completes the process.
Lapping and Treatment Line
Surface abrasion of glazed products and porcelain stoneware to obtain various levels of shine. The Treatment phase completes the process.
Cutting and Squaring Line
The last stage of the finishing process involves rectifying the tiles by making transversal and / or longitudinal incisions and using splitting / cutting devices to produce a perfectly square and precise product.
Devices and accessories for transferring, handling cleaning, and rectifying surfaces, as well as the latest generation interconnection systems developed according to the requirements of Industry 4.0 complete the finishing process.
THE LATEST INNOVATIONS
See the section dedicated to information, communication and press reviews to discover the latest updates about the main trade fairs, the technological innovations, the most important installations implemented for international customers, training and social activities.
BMR’s showroom, BMR Gallery, was inaugurated on 9 September in Scandiano (Reggio Emilia, Italy). In the presence of local authority representatives, such as the Mayor of Scandiano, Matteo Nasciuti