APPLICATIONS

Pulp & Paper

We help to meet demand at least cost, achieve significant reductions in energy and emissions, and boost performance. We also identify network investments to meet strategic targets and drive greater profit.

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Fan Pumps

Almost the most critical piece within a paper mill plant, and usually with a high energy density, there is the utmost requirement to ensure fan pumps operate reliably. Any reduction in capacity and line speed can be extremely detrimental to profitability, so removing any risk of unplanned downtime, while ensuring fan pumps can achieve a paper machine’s full production requirements, is paramount.

Our real-time monitoring of efficiency can recognise the signs of degradation and allow engineering teams to make the necessary plans for a scheduled shutdown.

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Paper and Pulp Water Supply Pump

Water Supply

Water is the lifeblood of any paper mill. Insufficient clean water can result in reduced output and profitability.

By monitoring of hydraulic performance and automatic reporting of deviations from expected benchmark criteria, we help to maintain reliable water supplies. Early warnings can also be identified, allowing for easy planned maintenance tasks, while removing the risk of unplanned downtime and the resulting knock-on cost.

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Large Process Pumps

Process pumps tend to be critical items which cannot fail outside planned maintenance outages.

By monitoring these pumps and providing automated indications of health and estimations for remaining hours to overhaul, we help to ensure an invaluable ability to prioritise finite maintenance resources accurately.

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Paper. and Pulp Aeration System

Aeration

Very frequently, as a second stage of the process, treatment of wastewater uses aeration of mixed liquor suspended solids in an influent stream. This can be anything from 40-60% of the total energy bill of the treatment process.

By monitoring blower efficiency and oxygen production rates we enable the process engineer to determine accurately whether the biological process is being served cost effectively. Significant savings are usually available if not. Monitoring also allows for the periodic review of the 3 key areas (air supply, distribution, & control) and comparison to industry standards or benchmark modelling.

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