As process temperatures go up, the challenges for the flow control equipment increase gradually. Stepping above 250 °C requires most of the plastics and polymers to be abandoned and the selection of metallic materials instead. Furthermore, when the temperature rises above 600 °C, the challenges with the suitability of the materials require even more careful attention.
Reflecting on 2023 brings two overarching themes into focus: innovation and change. Both are pivotal in driving success, and each speak to an exciting future. Innovation: Packaging Portfolio and a new My Solution showcased at MIAC 2023. The conference provided an opportunity for tissue industry professionals to experience several key solutions for improving production efficiencies, competitive advantage, and outcomes
As the world population surges toward the 10 billion mark, the demand for plastics is due to increase exponentially. In this first blog, we explore the requirements of this rapidly evolving industry and application, and the flow control solutions available to facilitate future developments.
The global climate is warming up and countries and individual companies are seeking ways to reduce their emissions to slow down climate change. Looking at oil refineries, one may wonder from where their own emissions emerge.
Currently, only 1 % of material in clothing is recycled into new clothing. Read how Valmet can support our partners to create new fiber-to-fiber textile recycling possibilities for the future with already existing product portfolio, pilot facilities and strong process knowledge.
Processes in the most hazardous areas have long been limited to individual discrete/analog sensors or to fieldbuses that are too expensive, complex, and slow. We sat down with Valmet expert Tomasz Jarzabek to discuss what this means at Valmet when it comes to technology development with APL.