In the manufacturing of pulp, the raw material for paper, problems such as the piercing and ripping of paper occur due to calcium carbonate and other scales and pitch deposits (adhesives contained in wood and old paper). To prevent these problems, Kurita Water Industries offers a range of water treatment chemicals such as anti-scale agents and pitch control agents. For the paper-forming process that produces paper from pulp, we offer water treatment chemicals such as slime control agents that help improve the...
Pulp and paper mills produce large volumes of wastewater and residual solids, presenting a number of issues in relation to pulp and paper wastewater treatment, discharge, and sludge disposal. We understand that you are seeking wastewater treatment that reliably meets permit limits, while minimizing costs, and maintaining consistent production. We will work with you to find an effective way to optimize oxygen dispersion, reduce sludge accumulation, and eliminate the need for costly dredging.
Paper manufacturers are moving away from dedicated `make-up` rooms where traditionally they would mix their own dyes. Dyes are now delivered pre-packaged in totes. This creates a demand for a pump that can quickly and easily change from pumping one dye to another. With a Watson-Marlow peristaltic pump, the dye is contained within the tube so there is no need to flush between dye changes.
In addition, because the dye does not come into contact with any moving parts it will not damage the pump, reducing maintenance...
High quality paper, coupled with lower production costs, is the formula for profitable paper making. Watson-Marlow pumps provide high metering accuracy and excellent resistance to the viscous and abrasive chemicals commonly used in the pulp and paper industry.
Our industrial paper shredders are designed to process paper, cardboard, and pulp waste. The shredded material is then used to manufacture new products, enabling manufacturers to efficiently recycle paper products. In addition, industrial paper shredders are used to ensure secure and total destruction of documents.
Ragger wires, also known as “pulper tails” and “pulper ropes”, are reject secondary raw materials that are created when waste paper is recycled. Ragger wires consists of the plastic trimmings, staples, tape, labels and baling wire found in baled post-consumer paper waste. It is made up of approximately 45% steel and 55% post consumer waste and must be removed from the pulper.
Corrosive chemicals, hot liquids and abrasion all can take their toll on tile vessels in pulp and paper plants. The extreme environment within this industry creates an ever-present threat to vulnerable equipment, as well as a challenge to meet demands for continuous high-volume operations.
As most of the largest industrial users of water, the paper and pulp industry have long treated water in accordance with environmental permits. Water is used in all major process stages, including raw materials preparation, pulp washing and screening and paper machines. Water is also used for process cooling, materials transport, equipment cleaning, general facilities operation and to generate steam for use in processes and on-site power generation. Lenntech provides sustainable complete solutions for ingredient,...
The manufacture of pulp and paper products poses a unique set of conditions, and it’s imperative that the proper types of materials are used in the manufacturing process. Proco Products, Inc. has created a line of expansion joints that are ideal for use in pulp and paper applications, being manufactured from durable, non-corrosive materials that hold up under elevated pressures and temperatures. Proco operates worldwide, and maintains one of the largest product inventories in North America.
Dispose of sensitive and confidential paperwork using a secure document destruction incinerator. All our models are capable of document incineration, but we will often advise certain modifications dependent on the specific waste stream being used. – especially now with our competitive range of finance options available.
Durable, reliable analysis for black liquor. Black liquor is a difficult substance to work with. It’s caustic, it’s toxic, and it emits poisonous gases such as hydrogen sulfide. But the efficient use of black liquor is critical to the profitable operation of any pulp and paper mill. In order to use black liquor efficiently, you need to test it for solids. Make sure your solids analyzer is up to the task.