The power of sustainable investments

In this webinar we take a look on how the power of sustainable investments can improve your tissue making process.

Recorded webinar

Sustainable rebuild opportunities
As resources are always limited, wise investment and rebuild decisions are increasingly important. With a greater awareness of sustainability and energy efficiency, let’s explore some leading rebuild opportunities that can be done today to improve a tissue machine’s operation.

Integration of a cogeneration system into a tissue-manufacturing process
Cogeneration has been widely used by several sectors including the pulp and paper industry. This presentation is an overview of the technology and explains how Valmet can support customers to integrate the cogeneration into a tissue-manufacturing process to lower cost of operation or carbon emissions.

Heikki Luoma

Heikki Luoma

Capital Sales Manager Valmet

With over twenty-five years of service with Valmet in process measurement, air, steam, and energy analyses, as well as Product Management, Heikki is today a Capital Sales Manager for tissue machines and related technology solutions. His undergraduate engineering degree is from the University of Waterloo (Mechanical Engineering) and he is a licensed Professional Engineer in the Province of Ontario. Heikki is based in Thunder Bay, Canada.

Bruno Tremblay

Bruno Tremblay

Concept Manager, TAD Technology Valmet

With a background in chemical engineering and close to 15 years of working in chemical sales & applications for the tissue industry, Bruno Tremblay joined Valmet in 2016 in the Reference Management department. He has supported essentially the Valmet hybrid platforms such as NTT and QRT. Since 2020, he is leading the Advantageā„¢ Thru-AirĀ® concept, the Valmet TAD technology. Bruno is based in Sherbrooke, QC Canada.

Mikhail Shekhter

Mikhail Shekhter

Tissue TAD Technology Manager Valmet

Mikhail graduated from Belarus Polytechnic University with a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering in 1985. Prior to joining Valmet in 2000, he worked in natural gas combustion and cement industries. Mikhail is today based in Biddeford, Maine and is primarily involved in TAD drying and TAD air systems development, application, design, technical support and commissioning.

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