Tackling Common Digester and Feedline Challenges in NA Mills

Start date: Mar 27, 2024

End date: Mar 27, 2024

Location: Webinar, North America

Webinar Date:  March 27th, 1pm EDT, 45 minutes + Q&ARecent customer feedback

Webinar Description

In digester operations throughout North America there are a variety of common challenges that can arise due to overloaded equipment, out of date designs, and issues related to a loss of experience within the industry. In this webinar we will cover a few of the typical issues in the feedline and cooking system and how Valmet can assist with addressing these to improve operations, production, and profitability.
During the webinar, we will cover the following:
  • The history of continuous digesters
  • Key parameters in optimizing digester/feedline designs
  • Common equipment and system challenges
  • Operational improvements through audit services and system upgrades
  • Digester/feedline references

[NOTE: The webinar will be in the English language. This webinar is only offered to pulp, paper, board and tissue producers, P&P industry consultants and university faculty and students. Use your company or university domain email address when registering. Products and services mentioned in this presentation may not be available in all regions.]


Ken Albrecht


Ken Albrecht
Senior Product Manager,

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Ken Albrecht is a Senior Product Manager within the Fiber Process Aftermarket Business within Valmet, overseeing the Cooking and Diffusers Business. A graduate of Alfred University, Ken has over 11 years of experience in the industry with extensive experience across the pulping and fiberline areas.

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