ANDRITZ pulp drying traces at Bracell’s “STAR” venture, Brazil, obtain new manufacturing world data

December 11, 2017 By İmitation Paper Off

The pulp drying plant at Bracell’s “STAR” venture in Lençóis Paulista, São Paulo, consisting of two an identical pulp drying traces (L2A and L2B) equipped by ANDRITZ, has achieved new manufacturing world data. On December 18, 2021, the L2A pulp drying line reached a complete output of 4,672.5 air dry tons per day, which is a manufacturing world file on a single line. By way of particular drying capability, this corresponds to 456 tons per day and meter of working width produced on an ANDRITZ drying line for a sheet width of 10.24 meters.

Furthermore, on December 18, 2021, the L2A and L2B pulp drying traces achieved a complete of 8,897.4 air dry tons per day on each traces collectively, which is a brand new mill-wide capability world file.

Each data have been set throughout the first 4 months after start-up. This spectacular efficiency was made attainable by ANDRITZ’s main and confirmed EvoDry pulp drying system, whose energy-efficient pulp drying is predicated on the high-capacity Twin Wire Former expertise, consists of airborne dryers, cutter-layboy and baling traces, and is supplied with the Metris DryQ sensible pulp drying resolution.

Bracell’s “STAR” venture on the mill in Lençóis Paulista is likely one of the largest and most sustainable pulp mills on this planet, assembly the best environmental requirements. It options two versatile, environmentally pleasant hardwood fiberlines for a capability of two.6 to 2.8 million tons/yr of bleached kraft pulp or 1.5 million tons/yr of dissolving pulp constituted of sustainably cultivated eucalyptus.

These excellent outcomes are based mostly on the mixture of buyer and provider partnership, good plant administration and expertise in addition to glorious planning and implementation.