Andritz to upgrade Mariysky Pulp and Paper Mill’s stock preparation line

P&PC Staff
December 11, 2017
By P&PC Staff
Andritz to upgrade Mariysky Pulp and Paper Mill’s stock preparation line
Photo: Andritz
Dec. 11, 2017 - Andritz has received an order to modernize the stock preparation line in the sack kraft paper production line at Mariysky Pulp and Paper Mill in Volzhsk, Russia. Start-up is scheduled for the third quarter of 2018.

The sack paper production line has a capacity of 175 bdmt per day and uses a mixture of unbleached hardwood and softwood as raw material.

According to the technology company, Andritz will upgrade the existing two-stage, low-consistency refining process in an effort to achieve a “significant improvement” in the final product. The installation includes a ModuScreen CP, an Andritz Twin Wire Press with shredder, as well as an Andritz high-consistency 1C refiner to enhance the sack paper properties. The existing Andritz low-consistency TwinFlo refiner, supplied in 2015, will remain in the layout. Engineering, training, and advisory services for mechanical installation work, commissioning, and start-up are also part of the company’s scope of supply.

Mariysky Pulp and Paper Mill is a supplier of various paper products, such as wrapping paper, sack paper, writing paper, packaging paper and corrugated board.

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