Valmet received an order from Sichuan Qianwei Fengsheng Paper in China

Posted July 11, 2018
Valmet has received the 250th order for its Valmet Pulp Analyzer (Valmet MAP) for managing various applications regarding fiber furnish management at pulp and paper mills. The milestone analyzer will be installed at Sichuan Qianwei Fengsheng Paper Co. Ltd in China. The delivery will include a Valmet Kappa QC Analyzer, too. The raw materials used in the mill's tissue production include bamboo, as the company said in the press release received by Lesprom Network.

The value of the order will not be disclosed. The solutions will be delivered in the 3Q 2018.

Valmet Pulp Analyzer (Valmet MAP) provides paper, board and tissue makers with fast and precise online updates of key fiber and papermaking furnish properties. It represents the state of the art in online fiber analysis, building upon continuous advancements by Valmet over the past thirty years.

Valmet's online analyzer, Valmet Kappa QC, is a new-generation analyzer that not only measures pulp lignin content, brightness and fiber properties, but also fuses a unique stabilizing control capability and Valmet's decades of know-how.

Sichuan Qianwei Fengsheng Paper Co., Ltd. is located in Lingang Industrial Park, a new industrial development center in Leshan City, Sichuan province. Fengsheng Paper is a national top 5 enterprise of bamboo pulp production. It is also the market leader of bamboo resources in Sichuan Province.

Valmet is the leading global developer and supplier of process technologies, automation and services for the pulp, paper and energy industries.


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