Giardina Group at Xylexpo 2024

The Giardina Group's display area at Xylexpo.

Photo By Giardina Group

MILAN, Italy — Giardina Group exhibited again at the 2024 edition of Xylexpo, a long-standing participation that the company says confirms the Italian Group’s desire to maintain a constant focus on the “local” market, which is undoubtedly the target audience for the Milanese showcase.

“Although more than 90% of our production is exported, Italian companies requiring a quality finish have always been our main partners, not only as customers, but also, and above all, as partners with whom we can develop new technologies that will then be introduced to the rest of the world,” commented Stefano Mauri, owner of the Giardina Group together with his brother Riccardo Mauri.

The Giardina Group, a leader in the finishing sector, has once again enlivened its stand (Hall 01, Stand D05) with a series of “Live demos” created in co-operation with a number of paint manufacturers.
On May 21, technologies “made in Giardina Group” have applied products from Sirca. On May 22, they were from Icro Coatings, and on May 23 from Ica, and on May 24 from Renner Italia.

In the spotlight you could find the well-established “Rolltech Flexi”, a roller coater created during four years of extensive research and testing that have resulted in the development of an extremely sturdy and versatile solution, capable of responding to market needs with a series of innovative technical solutions that have resulted in its patent.
A machine designed and built to apply UV and conventional primers on 3D surfaces, but which has also proved to be an excellent solution for the application of special coating cycles on flat surfaces.

At Xylexpo, of course, there was room for the “Dualtech 400”, an automatic spraying machine with two reciprocating arms and paper belt that is the epitome of the Group’s expertise and comprehensive catalogue of solutions in this specific segment of the coating industry.

As regards edge and profile sanding, the Group presented the Destefani “Mvt 3000” edge sander, in a configuration that has been gaining considerable popularity recently thanks to its ability to fulfil precise user requirements.

The Giardina Group’s stand also had room for the important question of drying: in addition to the “Uvtech GST” oven, a new UV LED oven has been presented, which is based on technology that the Group is developing and which hasn’t failed to attract the attention of industry professionals both at the trade fair and, more importantly, over the next few years.

the efforts to reduce mercury lamps are shifting manufacturers’ attention to other energy sources, and in these applications too, LED lamps can be an excellent solution, with enormous potential for development and innovation that - by stimulating.

LED manufacturers to achieve adequate emissions - will allow them to completely supplant current technologies at every stage of the coating process.



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