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  • Pulp and paper facilities
    PULP AND PAPER FACILITIES - CAN WE AFFORD THEM? Kellogg Brown & Root, Inc., 601 Jefferson Ave., JE1255, Houston Texas 77002, USA capital cost, pulp mills, value engineering Capital costs for new, world class, pulp and paper facilities keep increasing. This has resulted in a challenge for financing
  • Pulp and Paper Industry
    The pulp and paper industry uses various chemicals to process pulp, both directly and indirectly. Hydrogen sulfide is created as a by-product of the digester process. Chlorine and chlorine dioxide are used during the bleaching process, while combustible gas detection is used during the drying
  • MECO EAS SPLIT SEALS FOR PULP AND PAPER APPLICATIONS
    MECO's patented EAS seal is available for a variety of applications in pulp and paper mills, particularly pulpers, stock chest agitators, and repulper and chip screws.
  • Pulp and Paper: Understanding Combustible Dust Risks (Part 2)
    Manufacturing 9 million tons of pulp annually, U.S. pulp, paper and paperboard mills produce large amounts of dust that settle on equipment and facility structure surfaces (see OSHA's Safety & Health Topics). Combustible dust is any finely divided solid material that is 420 microns or smaller
  • Exceeding Expectations: Vortec Creates Custom-Design for Pulp and Paper Industry Application
    represents a. wide range of industries including oil and gas; pulp,. paper and printing; power generation; chemicals and. petrochemicals; minerals and mining.
  • Pulp & Paper - Whitewater Heating
    White water is a fine particle slurry used throughout the papermaking process. Its name derives from fine fiber particles. in the water that give it a milky white appearance. White water drains from the paper stock into pit below the paper. machine and is used for a variety of uses
  • Industrial Heaters in the Pulp and Paper Industry
    Industrial Heaters, or Process Heaters, as they are commonly referred to, are used to make a wide variety of processes more efficient across a large range of industries including the water purification, medical, aerospace, injection molding, textile, food service, packaging, paper making
  • Pulp & Paper Case Study: Carter Holt Harvey
    When the Condition Monitoring team at the former Hokushin owned Starwood Australia MDF panel plant in Bell Bay Tasmania introduced a new predictive maintenance system, the effects on production were remarkable. As part of a best practice maintenance programme the team replaced the old vibration

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