Valmet Tissue Technology Webinar

Webinar
Wednesday, November 06, 2019 to Wednesday, November 06, 2019

Valmet's flexible tissue making technology provides high quality, sustainable production of all types of grades from plain to textured and structured tissue products. But we are not only limited to be a supplier of innovative solutions for the entire mill. We support you in planning, realization, installation and training as well as during the entire life cycle to make sure the mill operates at its optimum level over the years.


Learn from the technology leader at Valmet’s Technology Webinar

Wednesday, November 6, 2019 
11:00AM – 12:00PM EST 

To keep you current on the latest Valmet technology, please don’t miss attending the free Technology Webinar on tissue making technology where Valmet will describe solutions for:

  • Predicting end product quality in real time
  • Determining the probability of breaks
  • Discovering variables that explain machine runnability
  • Switching between grades quickly and easily
  • Improving press dryness and minimizing fiber use
  • Maximizing bulk control, capacity and quality during the rewinding process
  • Rebuilding to improve energy efficiency and sustainability.
  • Register by clicking on this link.

Valmet's flexible tissue making technology provides high quality, sustainable production of all types of grades from plain to textured and structured tissue products. But we are not only limited to be a supplier of innovative solutions for the entire mill. We support you in planning, realization, installation and training as well as during the entire life cycle to make sure the mill operates at its optimum level over the years.

 

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David Eapen - Valmet Industrial Internet - Leveraging big data analytics on Tissue Machines

Tissue production faces many challenges in terms of energy, production, quality and costs. As end users demand good convertibility and high quality at an optimized cost level, tissue producers need to cope with an increasing number of grades and alternative raw materials. This presentation demonstrates technologies that leverage big data analytics to optimize the tissue making process. Specifically, the presentation will focus on applications developed to predict in real time end-product quality, the probability of breaks and intelligent centerlining. These solutions involve the application of advanced analytics methods and technologies on machine operating data from stock preparation to the reel. Machine learning algorithms are used to process data, build and train models which are then used to optimize the process. These algorithms are deployed in the cloud which provides benefits such as easy updates, easy access to results from any web enabled device and no hardware to service and maintain. The real-time data analytics and recommendations give operators insights into the process to make better informed decisions. Results from recent installations will be presented.

 

Jonan Rågård - Tissue hybrid machine concepts

In the current tissue industry there is a demand for new and innovative machinery technologies that can enhance the tissuemakers' agility in their markets; the agility to easily adapt their manufacturing capability to respond to changing market needs and product requirements. The hybrid tissue machine quickly adapts to needs, such as today's market producing conventional flat tissue. The hybrid machine swing capability easily switches from standard product quality to textured or structured premium or ultra premium products. This fast swing capability combines new pressing technology resulting in in high press dryness while achieving very good energy consumption. The superior product quality can also be produced with the same performance while using less fiber. The hybrid machines reduce the carbon footprint to a minimum. The new concepts are machines with multi purpose tissue production with focus on energy efficiency.

 

Andrea Coluccini - FOCUS Tissue Rewinders

Any converting action has an influence on the tissue quality characteristics provided by the tissue machine. During the rewinding process, bulk is the most important parameter to save. The goal is to preserve the maximum amount of the original tissue quality properties that come from the parent reel. This paper introduces Valmet’s state-of-the-art rewinding technology, FOCUS rewinders for Tissue.

 

Heikki Luoma - Sustainable Rebuild Possibilities

No tissue manufacturer has unlimited resources - so wise investment and rebuild decisions are always important. Coupled with an increased awareness of sustainability and energy efficiency, what are some leading rebuilds that can be done today to improve a tissue machine? In this presentation, Valmet explores ideas and technologies that have been successfully implemented on other commercial machines and have given excellent results in lowering energy use and improving sustainability.

 

 

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