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Cooking and fiber line

State-of-the-art fiberlines from Valmet

Valmet delivers new fiberlines and take existing fiberlines to a new level. We find ways to optimize the overall production efficiency, to increase the profitability and to reach environmental goals. Valmet can be your full-scope supplier in the areas of cooking, screening, washing and bleaching. With 130 locations in 33 countries we serve pulp mills world-wide.

Valmet is market leader in continuous and batch cooking. CompactCooking™ is our flexible continuous cooking system for cost-effective kraft pulp production. Batch cooking is our primary technology for reliable dissolving pulp production.

Our product portfolio also includes TwinRoll presses, a family of pulp washers characterized by excellent washing efficiency, high availability and high output consistency. Valmet’s TwinRoll presses cover every need for washing along the entire fiberline, securing low chemicals consumption and reducing your water consumption footprint.

We are committed to moving your performance forward.


Valmet’s state-of-the-art solutions and process knowledge take fiberlines to a new level.


  • A successful project with innovative customized solutions

    A challenging project became a resounding success, thanks to meticulous planning, follow-up and consensus in the project team. Innovative customized solutions made it possible to dismantle the old filters and install a new wash press in the existing premises rapidly and smoothly.

  • Consistent pulp quality optimizes the process

    Cleaner pulp, higher, more consistent quality and reduced maintenance. These are some of the results since SCA’s liner mill in Obbola brought its new cooking plant into operation in 2015.

  • 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.