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. Valmet Continuous Cooking is our flexible continuous cooking system for cost-effective kraft pulp production. Valmet Batch cooking is our primary technology for reliable dissolving pulp production.
Our product portfolio also includes Valmet 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 starts final phase of works in Bracell’s Project Star
Valmet’s delivery to Bracell's new mill includes an evaporation plant and a white liquor plant. Around 500 special parts were transported in six months for the Lençóis Paulista mill.
Latest technology from Valmet to Metsä Fibre's Kemi bioproduct mill
Valmet will deliver all main process islands and automation systems for Metsä Fibre's Kemi bioproduct mill in Finland.
Valmet's technology to first of its kind textile recycling plant
Valmet will deliver the main equipment for Renewcell’s planned 60,000 metric tonne capacity textile recycling plant at Ortviken industrial site in Sundsvall, Sweden.
Södra Cell’s Värö mill chooses Valmet to supply major upgrade
Södra Cell's Expansion Värö 2.0 plan will increase the capacity to 850,000 tonnes per year. The increase is taking place in two steps, with the first aiming to reach 780,000 tonnes per year by 2022.
Klabin’s massive Puma II project makes history with Eukaliner kraftliner
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.