P-D Refractories CZ a.s. has the following manufacturing location:
Velké OpatoviceP-D Refractories CZ a. s., Nádražní 218, 679 63 Velké Opatovice, 49°36'34.199"N, 16°41'44.140"E
The history of fireclay production in Velké Opatovice is dated back to 1892. The nowadays annual production capacity is 100 000 tons. Technical equipment and workers’ skill enable us to produce a wide range of products characterized by a high quality and very accurate dimensions, including large block of many cents. Refractory mastics, castables and magnetite bricks for night–storage heaters are produced here as well. Headquarters with all the specialized departments is situated in this building.
SvitavyP-D Refractories CZ a. s., Průmyslová 424/13, 568 02 Svitavy-Lačnov, 49°46'6.690"N, 16°29'3.985"E
Svitavy plant for silica and chimney pipes production with the annual capacity of 30 000 tons was established in 1985. Refractory products of stable quality and sophisticated shapes can be produced in this modern plant.
BřezinaP-D Refractories CZ a. s., 569 23 Březina u Moravské Třebové, 49°39'35.971"N, 16°35'57.227"E
This mine is located some 10 km from Velké Opatovice. Over 50 % of the mining capacity of raw and fired clays is used in the production process in Velké Opatovice.
A sole proprietor Ignác Meisel gained a quarry right in 1852 and in 1856 mines called "Anna-I" and "Anna-II" were open. The same name was given to the mine where the quarry activities were started in 1937. Underground activities were started in the mine called "Prokop" in the same year. This mine was later finished by open working. Anna mine was rebuilt to a modern mine with all the equipment in the years 1951-1953. There is no mining activity at the moment but shaft kilns are still operated. They are integrated into division 06 Firing Anna.
P-D Refractories CZ a. s., Slatina - část Březinka, 569 43 pošta Jevíčko, 49°37'46.267"N, 16°35'48.326"E
In 1961 began the excavation of tunnels that led to the imposition of clay in this area. Later it began to reap the material on the surface. Excavated pit benefited from the landfill waste..