Tissue products with high quality, softness and absorbency for every day use

Conventional dry crepe tissue technology

conventional plain tissue produced on valmet tissue paper machine

Conventional tissue making refers to the process of transform raw materials into tissue paper. Virgin wood pulp or recycled paper is the primary raw material. The product properties and characteristics, such as softness, strength, and absorbency, are normally based on established manufacturing processes and material compositions.

Valmet’s conventional dry crepe concepts

The conventional Advantage DCT machine has become a trademark for production of plain or conventional tissue products with high quality. It is a cost-efficient and sustainable process in regards of low energy- and water consumption, high efficiency and capacity. The concept is available in various models and sizes to fulfill each specific quality and production demands. IntelliTissue concept is in the front line of small and medium sized tissue machines with proven crescent former technology combined with low media consumption.

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Sustainable production

The environmental friendliness of conventional dry crepe tissue production can vary depending on several factors, including the source of raw materials, energy usage, water consumption, and waste management practices. If adopting sustainable practices, technology upgrades, and responsible sourcing it can be resource-intensive.

Learn more about sustainable tissue production: https://www.valmet.com/tissue/sustainable-production/


Savings with conventional tissue production

Valmet's has an extensive selection of solutions to support your journey to become even more sustainable. 

The calculations to the right provide an example of total saving potential for a full size tissue mill with a conventional tissue machine when utilizing the entire offer. 

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495 kWh/ton

96-131 kg/ton

2,5 m3/ton