In a paper mill, electrical and thermal energy consumption depends on the type of product produced: tissue, kraft, writing paper, newspaper or paperboard. The paper production machine have four distinct operational sections: forming section, press section, drying section and calender section. Thermal energy in the form of saturated steam is used in the drying section to heat up the drying cylinders which in turns reduces moisture content and produces dry end products. VYNCKE can offer a biomass fired combined heat and power (CHP) or saturated steam energy solution which will fit accordingly in the paper making process.
BIOMASS ENERGY FOR PAPER MILLS