Optimization of the Production Process of Paper, Board and Tissue

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emtec Electronic at the IMPS 2014 in Munich, Germany

This year the IMPS – International Munich Paper Symposium will take place the 23rd time and emtec Electronic GmbH will attend the event in Munich, Germany. From March 26th until 28th, emtec will present different special technical equipment – interesting for all players within the paper, board and tissue industry.

With the application of the special testing equipment from emtec Electronic it is possible to control and guide the complete process of paper, board or tissue production from the pulp to the finished product into the right direction, in order to get an efficient process and the best possible quality with the lowest possible cost.

In the wet end it is extremely important to have detailed information about the charges of particles in the pulp suspension, which can be determined by CAS Charge Analyzing System. Also important is the knowledge about the surface charge of the pulp fibers, which can be measured with the FPA – Fiber Potential Analyzer. Furthermore, emtec Electronic developed a new Online measuring device FPO – Fiber Zeta Potential Analyzer Online, which measures the Zeta Potential of fibers directly during the production process and delivers immediately reliable and necessary information concerning the dosing of chemicals to the pulp.

A further new development of the company is the new and innovative ACA – Ash Content Analyzer. This special measurement device determines the total mineral filler content as well as the percentage content of the typical fillers in the paper industry within seconds without combustion of the samples, i.e. nondestructive. Its application leads to substantial savings in material, man power, time and energy with a simultaneous obvious increase of the measuring accuracy compared to traditional methods.

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