Holmen Paper Hallsta upgrades condition monitoring system on PM12 at its Roslagen mill in Sweden

Posted October 12, 2018
At Swedish specialty paper mill Holmen Paper Hallsta in Roslagen upgrades condition monitoring system on PM12. The installation, undertaken by SPM service engineers and partners, is underway and scheduled for completion at the end of this November. SPM performs training of maintenance staff in the operation of the system in conjunction with commissioning, as the company says in the press release received by Lesprom Network.

The mechanical condition of the PM12 wire and press sections will be monitored online with the Intellinova Parallel EN system and DuoTech accelerometers. The online system has sixteen channels for parallel measurement and offers excellent possibilities for measurement configuration, thus providing optimal flexibility.

Holmen Paper Hallsta produces LWU paper and a range of special qualities of wood-containing printing paper on its two super-efficient paper machines PM11 and PM12.





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