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History

We have set precise, well-defined and specific goals at the basis of our business:

  • constantly improving the performance of our briquetting presses to deliver a finished product (briquette) of the highest quality;
  • always improving how our machines are designed and manufactured using the best available in materials and technology;
  • reducing the amount of maintenance required to a minimum, while increasing the life of the products

Our professional conduct has allowed the creation of excellent quality products, reliable, durable and easy to use.

1978 Design with a drafting machine

Design and manufacturing of the first Bricmatic 1.65.150 mechanical briquetting press

Based on eccentric shaft mechanical design timeline 1978
1980 Design with a drafting machine

Development and market launch of the full range of mechanical briquetting machines Bricmatic series, models 1.50.130, 1.55.130, 1.65.150, 1.75.150 and 1.85.200

Based on eccentric shaft mechanical design timeline 1980
1983 Design with a drafting machine

Development and launch in the market of the hydraulic briquetting presses Oleobricmatic series

timeline 1983
1985 Design with a drafting machine

Development and market launch of a a second new range of mechanical briquetting presses Bricmatic series, models 1.50.130, 1.55.130, 1.65.150, 1.75.150, 1.85.200 and 1.95.200

Mechanical design changed to crankshaft timeline 1985
1998 Design with AutoCAD

Development and market launch of a third range of mechanical briquetting presses Brik series, models MB50, MB60, MB70, MB80, MB90

Mechanical design changed to crankshaft timeline 1998
2006 Design with Solidworks

Development and marketing of the first hydraulic briquetting presses Metalbrik series, models HB 380/100 and HB 260/100

timeline 2006
2007 Design with Solidworks

Expansion of the range of mechanical briquetting presses Brik series, with the addition of models MB100, MB110, MB120

Mechanical design changed to crankshaft timeline 2007
2008 Design with Solidworks

Acquisition of the Ascot brand

timeline 2008
2010 Design with Solidworks

Expansion o fthe range of hydraulic briquetting presses with the addition of the Metalbrik serie models HB 220/70

timeline 2010
2014 Design with Solidworks

Design and manufacturing of the first hydraulic briquetting press of the Sludgebrik range, the HB 2 200/70

timeline 2014