What’s New… (April 01, 2005)
April 1, 2005 By Pulp & Paper Canada
IRIS OPENS NEW DIVISION…
IRIS OPENS NEW DIVISION
ETOBICOKE, ON — A new division within Iris will provide electrical engineering services to operators of motors and generators. The company has assembled six rotating machine rotor and stator winding experts who will provide their technical expertise to help solve motor and generator problems. With a large number of experts on hand, Iris will be able to respond quickly to emergency problems such as failure investigations. Services to be provided under the new division include: failure investigations, rotor and stator winding condition assessment, preparing new machine winding and rewinding specifications, vendor qualification and bid review, technical quality insulation inspections, life-cycle management plans and customized maintenance courses.
Corenso selects TietoEnator
Corenso United Oy Ltd. has selected TietoEnator to implement its Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Solution, based on Microsoft’s Business Solution Axapta. It will be applied on a global basis to the company’s core manufacturing plants. Two mills in Sweden and one in the Netherlands are already using the system.
The new ERP solution will handle management of financials, fixed assets, electronic banking, logistics, planning trade, warehousing, production, resources and reporting.
STORA ENSO LOOKS ON THE BRIGHT SIDE
STAMFORD, CT — Stora Enso has increased the brightness of its Futura Laser digital paper line to the brightness level of 96. This product was engineered for dry and liquid toner technologies and designed to provide toner and ink adhesion.
The laser produces results on colour production laser equipment, colour copiers and printers, HP Indigo and digital offset presses and black and white technologies.
MISSISSAUGA, ON – The Multitech pump from KSB has capacities that range from 24 m3/hr to 850 m3/hr and maximum heads as high as 630 m. Based on a multistage, centrifugal ring-section design, the Multitec family is available in siz sizes wit discharge nozzle diametres from 32 mm to 150 mm. By varying impeller size and the number of stages, KSB engineers can deliever 15 different hydraulic configurations. The scalability of the series allows designers to select a pump with the optimum rating for their application.
KVAERNER TO SUPPLY UPM MILLS
HELSINKI, FINLAND – Kvaerner Power has two contracts for power boilers by UPM’s paper mills in the UK and France. UPM is building power plants with bioenergy production at its mill in northeastern Wales, and in northwestern France, near Paris. Both mills produce newsprint paper based on recycled fibre. Instead of landfilling, the unusable part of recycled paper will be burned with an advanced combustion technology and used for renewable enegry production for the mills.
Kvaerner will deliver power boilers using bubbling fluidized bed technology to both mills. The boilers have steam capacities of 82 megawatt each.
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