Valmet to Rebuild Metsä Tissue's Tissue Machine in Raubach in Germany
The machine rebuild includes a new Advantage DCT wet end section with an OptiFlo Tis II headbox and an Advantage ViscoNip press
Aug. 24, 2015 - Valmet said that it will rebuild a tissue machine (TM 1) for Metsä Tissue at Metsä's paper mill in Raubach, Germany.
The value of the order was not disclosed.
The upgrade project will utilize Valmet's Advantage DCT concept including the Advantage ViscoNip pressing technology.
"The most important benefits of using Valmet's Advantage ViscoNip technology are both the considerable savings in drying energy consumed and improved tissue paper quality," said Björn Magnus, Sales Director, Tissue Mills Business Unit, EMEA, Valmet.
The machine rebuild to be delivered by Valmet includes a new Advantage DCT wet end section with an OptiFlo Tis II headbox and an Advantage ViscoNip press for improved product quality and decreased energy consumption. A new tail threading system and sheet transfer will further advance runnability and performance.
The delivery also includes key stock preparation equipment such as an Optislush Pulper and a OptiScreen machine screen, Valmet said.
An extensive package of services including engineering, installation of the tissue machine, supervision, training, commissioning and start-up is also included in the delivery, Valmet added.
Start-up of the rebuilt machine is scheduled for the first half of 2016.
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