ANDRITZ to supply P-RC APMP fibreline to China’s Dezhou Taiding

Graz, Austria - International Technology Group ANDRITZ has received an order from Dezhou Taiding New Material Science and Technology Co., Ltd. (Dezhou Taiding) to supply a P-RC APMP (Pre-Conditioning Refiner Chemical Alkaline Peroxide Mechanical Pulp) fiberline with a 400 daily ton capacity to the mill in Dezhou, Shandong, China. The new system will process poplar as raw material, and the fibre produced will be used on the company’s own paper machines for printing and writing paper (P&W) and board grades. Start-up is scheduled for the third quarter of 2020.

ANDRITZ’s scope of supply includes the key components for the entire mechanical fiberline, ranging from chip washing to the reject treatment system. Engineering, training, supervision of the mechanical installation, commissioning and start-up are also part of ANDRITZ’s scope.

The ANDRITZ MSD 400 Impressafiner ensures a high degree of chip delamination and thus contributes to uniform bulk density and optimal removal of moisture and extractives. The excellent material maceration and partial fibre delamination results in superior preconditions for chip impregnation, enabling maximum uptake of chemicals.

Pre-bleaching of chips as well as high-consistency refining by the ANDRITZ singledisc refiner S2070 will significantly improve pulp quality and keep the amount of shives as low as possible. The S2070 operates with a narrow and stable refining gap, which is especially important when producing P&W and board grades because enhanced fibre surface and efficient fibrillation have a considerable impact on fibre bonding. The swing-door refiner design ensures fast and easy refiner plate changes to save maintenance costs.

Numerous successful references for the ANDRITZ P-RC APMP systems worldwide were decisive in Dezhou Taiding placing the order.

ANDRITZ, www.andritz.com

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