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Valmet is taking another step forward in digitalizing the operations. Valmet AB are now investing in an automated warehouse Agilon solution from Konecranes for the production plant facilities in Karlstad, Sweden.
Everyone has one in his or her pockets in most countries of the world, regardless of age, gender, status or cultural differences. It is something you really don’t think of very much, unless a sudden bout of flu hits you or you need to quickly remove some melting ice cream dripping on your t-shirt. Meet Silvio Fioravanti, a collector of tissue packs who has over 16,000 tissue packs.
In many parts of the world, we see innovative efforts in the search to produce paper more sustainably. The development is coming on strong as tissue producers are exploring if regional and local fiber resources might be an opportunity for them.
The newly launched Valmet Drone Services offers intelligent cleaning and inspection solutions for tissue mills and other production areas. With the help of furnished drones, the site can be cleaned and inspected with ease – resulting in a dust-free and safe working environment.
Through remote connections and Industrial Internet, experts can work seamlessly together utilizing analytical tools to solve problems and optimize performance remotely. For customers, this means faster and better service, because they can get the fast response and expert advice they need, anytime and anywhere in the world.
“Our philosophy is to go for low energy consumption and lowest possible emissions to air and water. The Advantage DCT technology is the most efficient and best choice for the grades we will produce. With this new tissue line, we expect to produce the best tissue quality combined with the lowest energy consumption” says Dario Palma y Meza Espinoza, Operational Director, Papel San Francisco.
PM35 Yankee was close to derating, and to keep up the thickness of the Yankee shell and the steam pressure, Metsä Tissue Katrinefors decided to thermal spray it. As Infinikote-1 on PM36 had run successfully, it was natural to choose Valmet as a supplier again.
The goal of this Tissue Talks speaker is to “bring the next great opportunity to the paper industry”. And by working with a team of Valmet experts and researchers in collaboration with University of Maine, his vision has a good chance to become reality. David Cowles, Global Market Development Manager, Nanotechnologies at Valmet, is the right person to guide us through what micro fibrillated cellulose is and the many different ways it can be used.