Innovative technology, the right services for reliable production, raw material and energy efficiency, fossil-free energy sources and circularity – they all help us fight against climate change and play a key role in the transition to a carbon neutral economy. Valmet’s target is to enable carbon neutral board and paper production by 2030 at the latest.
We offer unique solutions for reducing CO2 emissions and other environmental impacts in board and paper production through a combination of process technologies, services and automation solutions. With our long experience and innovative solutions, we can help you significantly reduce your CO2 emissions – as well as your operational costs.
Our key objective is to enhance the competitiveness of our customers’ processes by improving the productivity and efficiency of their production lines and promoting sustainable paper production through the best available technology and innovative technological solutions.
Our comprehensive services and automation offering help to maximize the environmental efficiency of the technologies and ensure operational safety and reliability over the entire lifetime of the plant.
This technology uses a thin water layer as a headbox wedge to stabilize layers while layers of stratified paper are being joined together. It prevents mixing of stock layers and also enables feeding of functional additives between the stock layers. Combine with OptiFlo Layering Fourdrinier and OptiFlo Layering Gap headboxes.
Nippon Dynawave wanted to go towards a more sustainable board production. They succeeded in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and using less fibers for the same amount of board with the Valmet-supplied metal belt calender. Watch the video to find out more!
Faced with carbon neutral strategies by governments companies rapidly need to transform and reduce their carbon dioxide emissions. Introducing energy efficiency technologies in production and building competitive advantage through low-carbon production—these are the answers from Jiangmen Xinghui Paper on how to save energy and reduce emissions.
Klabin’s massive Puma II project in Brazil is making history by challenging the conventional thinking that softwood pulp is required to make high-quality kraftliner. Its new OptiConcept M kraftliner machine will produce Eukaliner – the world’s first kraftliner using 100 percent eucalyptus.
The redesign of the suction press roll cover has not only solved a persistent problem of shadow marking at Siam Kraft board mill. It has also helped the mill meet their goals for sustainability, cost-effectiveness and the circular economy by reducing fiber consumption.
Switching to efficient Valmet PowerFloat Plus air dryer nozzles at the coating section has decreased energy consumption by up to 40%, increased drying capacity and improved coating quality at Dongguan Jianhui’s PMs 1 and 2.
Nippon Dynawave wanted to go towards a more sustainable board production. They succeeded to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and to use less fibers for the same amount of board with Valmet-supplied metal belt calender.
Valmet's working environment improvements aim to ensure safe working conditions for all paper mill employees. Our working environment improvements consist of such items as dust and humidity control and indoor noise reduction solutions for cleaner and healthier machine hall air. The user-friendly engineering and innovative solutions further improve operator safety and thereby help to make machine maintenance and cleaning easier and more efficient.