Pulp - technologies, automation and services for pulping
Valmet’s fiber technical know-how offers a chain of intelligent, integrated and complete processes for chemical and mechanical pulping and recycled fiber processing to ensure that the desired final product quality can be produced from all known fiber raw materials.
As pulp manufacturers look for ways to improve process efficiency and business profitability, they are turning to intelligent automation solutions and services from Valmet.
Latest pulp articles
PeriVapor brings greater profitability to Hansol HomeDeco, South Korea
In March 2017, Hansol Home Deco in South Korea installed the Valmet Mechanical steam separator (PeriVapor) directly after the Valmet defibrator on the mill’s line for Core fiber production.
Irving leaps forward with Valmet CompactCooking
When Irving Pulp and Paper of Saint John, New Brunswick, on the Atlantic coast of Canada, started up its new continuous pulping operation in March, 2016, it was a milestone in the Canadian pulp and paper industry. The two-phase modernization project for the bleached kraft pulp mill represented the largest investment in the Canadian industry since 1993.
Borregaard installs first Valmet Inlet PF
Borregaard in Norway is the first to equip its TwinRoll press with the new inlet box – ProFlow. The press has now been running for half a year without a single disturbance.
Successful first EvoThrottle results in a second installation at Medite
Medite Smartply, Clonmel, Ireland was the site of the first installation of the new Valmet EvoThrottle blow valve. That took place in mid-December 2015. After one year of operation the results are in.
Tomas Vikström new docent in Chemical engineering design
Valmet's Tomas Vikström has held his general technical lecture: "Flow and rheology of fiber suspensions" at Chalmers University of technology in Gothenburg and by that received his docent title.
Valmet Customer Days gathered customers from 35 countries
Over 200 Valmet customers gathered to Stockholm in October. The event focus was on the results of long term cooperation, sustainability, energy and pulp & paper innovations, the benefits of Industrial Internet and Shared Journey Forward.