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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'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
  • 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
  • Pulp and Paper: Improve Employee Health with Dust Control (Part 1)
    Paper product manufacturing facilities see their fair share of dust. Over the years, mill workers have complained of respiratory symptoms like chronic cough, chest tightness and wheezing and blame their prolonged exposure to paper dust for these health issues. In 2008, nearly 500 mail industry

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