To produce more, pulp and paper processes need to run reliably every single day. From pulp processing to paper, board and tissue machines, using low-voltage drives and motors can yield more reliable operations, better energy efficiency and improved process performance.
Running a pulp or paper mill is a complex enterprise which requires many independent processes and a collaborative chain of events that must operate without any incidents. Additionally, the physical control room set-up has changed significantly with a number of processes often running through different control rooms in different locations throughout the mill area.
To meet these demanding conditions, owners try to stretch the lifecycle of a paper mill as much as possible through automation and hope to realize maximum output from every piece of equipment.
The only way to increase productivity is to work smarter – and that means working together. We offer a comprehensive portfolio for optimal paper production and provide solutions to keep costs down and productivity high. Our state-of-the-art products for measuring deviations during the process help secure quality, and our expertise leads the industry to the next level.
"...It’s estimated that digitalization could save the pulp and paper industry $20 billion by 2025, raising productivity, reducing waste, and keeping mills safe..."
"...The most competitive producer over time is the one that has the smoothest production that consistently operates at maximum capacity in all areas...."
Project Director for the Helios project at SCA
"...We are creating a modern, high tech workplace where focus is on productivity, technology and constant improvements, as well as a workplace that will continue to be appealing and attract the best possible operators in the future...."
Head of SCA’s Östrand pulp mill