Discover the new products that Keraben presented at Cersaie 2019 through a 360º tour of our stand.
Cersaie 2019 has now come to an end and proved to be highly successful for Keraben Group.
KERABEN GRUPO, based on its commitment to innovation and sustainability, has promoted the European research project DESTINY (Development of an Efficient Microwave System for Material Transformation in energy Intensive processes for an improved Yield), that has been funded under the H2020 program in the call H2020-NMBP-SPIRE-2018. This project started on 1stOctober 2018 and will finish on 31st March 2022.
Keraben Grupo continues to give priority to R&D and innovation, on this occasion by taking part in a new European project, LIGHTCOCE, aimed at the development of lighter weight multi-functional building materials. Behind the project is a consortium of 26 partners, including research centres, universities, technology suppliers and industries from 9 different EU member states. Spain is represented by 5 different bodies, including Keraben Grupo and the Institute for Ceramic Technology (AICE-ITC according to its Spanish acronym).
Keraben Group has decided to sponsor the second "MATERPLAT Young Innovators in Materials Awards", which seeks to recognise and promote training for new, innovative professionals in materials science and technology in Spain.
The residential complex Vegamar Playa, located in Almeria, is made up of two 9-story blocks with a garage, garden areas, swimming pool and common areas like a play centre, co-working room, gym and spa. This project has involved the use of various materials made by Keraben Group.
Keraben Grupo will once again be taking part in Cersaie, one of the tile industry’s leading international events, showcasing all its new tile products at an innovative stand. Keraben Grupo’s inspirational leitmotif for this new edition of Cersaie is “Once upon a time”.
Ceramic tile sector leader Keraben Grupo has become the first company in Castellón to receive the ISO 45001 standard awarded by AENOR.
Being able to count on smart solutions in the home contributes to user wellbeing and to energy efficiency. Forget robots and virtual solutions–innovations also include materials with improved properties.