revised_Customer process felt conditioning in the Pulp & Paper sector

Felt conditioning

Felt conditioning in Pulp & Paper

PROCESS DESCRIPTION

The avoidance of deposits in the felt is an important prerequisite for its good function during the entire running time. If inorganic and/or organic impurities from the process water deposit on the felt, its ability to absorb water diminishes over time. Furthermore, continuous mechanical stress causes the felt to compact, which also affects water absorbency.  

 

revised_Application technology felt conditioning in the Pulp & Paper sector

Felt conditioning with carbon dioxide

CO2 to maintain felt formation

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