Steam plays an important role at many different stages of the paper making process, from the large scale production of chemical market pulps to the creation of high quality coated stock.
We have also developed innovative condensate drainage layouts for corrugating machines which have dramatically improved productivity and product quality for a growing number of producers.
Through our expert knowledge of the processes involved Spirax Sarco have been able to help paper producers to:
Increase production on existing machines
Reduce energy consumption
Maximize energy recovery
Improve process times and quality, whilst reducing stoppages
Cut maintenance costs
"Spirax Sarco was very professional and managed the whole process for the steam system while keeping me up to date with every single detail. We’re very pleased with the results."Andy Bale, Engineering Manager at Smurfit Kappa View Case Study
This compact steam heat exchange unit covers a wide range of domestic and hot water process duties from 110 KW (37.5 GPM) to 1800 KW (614 GPM)
The SPIRA-TROL range of two port single seat globe valves with cage retained seats is available in a range of materials and sizes up to DN100 / 4". EN or ASME/ANSI.
The PC3000 and PC4000 incorporate isolation valves, strainer, two-bolt steam trap connection and blowdown valves, all in a single unit for quick and easy installation and operation.
A heat recovery system from Spirax Sarco has helped Abbey Corrugated become one of just 12 organisations across England and Scotland to be awarded the coveted “Carbon Trust Standard”.
Desuperheaters reduces water treatment costs and improves process control at St Regis’s paper mill.
Flash steam recovery solution cuts boiler fuel costs by 21% at Smurfit Kappa.
Corrugated cardboard maker saves £40,000 per year from flash steam recovery solution.