Kadant MAK-C flotation cellbuilds on years of experience

Kadant says that, based on overthree decades of innovation and expertise in advanced flotation technology, its new MAK-C compactflotation cell offers maximum yieldand efficiency.

The operating principle is basedon the combined multi-stage effectof the MAC-Cell tank flotation principle and column flotation using different shape characteristics andcounter-flow effects. Because of itsunique design, the MAK-C can absorb feed quality variation, based onspecific furnish criteria, without reducing performance.

The low fibre losses, high foamconsistency and high-quality accept,provide for a relatively short pay-back period through increased yield,reduced deinking sludge thickeningand reduced use of pulping andbleaching chemicals, says Kadant.

MAK-C features include: Mix ofmulti-stage tank flotation and column flotation; no secondary cellsneeded; large spectrum bubble size;compact design (multi-stage, all-in-one machine); low energy consumption.

Kadant says that MAK-C benefitsinclude: Low fibre losses and totallosses; high ash content in foam, upto 85%; high foam consistency, up to8%; increased control and flexibility; space saving installation.

Kadant Inc., www.kadant.com

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