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Pulp and paper filtration have always been important steps in the production of paper and paper products. However, there is now greater interest in incorporating more recycled pulp into paper production while reducing the negative environmental effects associated with wastewater and other effluents from the paper industry. The role of industrial screens for paper separation and wastewater treatment has never been more essential to the survival of the industry.

 

Pulp and Screen Paper Applications

 

The papermaking process has remained largely the same for hundreds of years. The felled trees are bark removed and processed into their natural fibers or pulp. They are then further refined into a suspension, where the water is finally removed, leaving a thin layer of paper to collect, dry, and roll. However, there have been significant environmental and economic advances in papermaking, largely due to better screening and filtration equipment such as that manufactured by VibraScreener ™.

Industrial sieves remove knots, debris, and other foreign objects during pulp processing. They also allow better water treatment and greater use of recycled paper, which must be used for ink, creating more water treatment needs. While in the past many paper mills have had to deal with environmental pressures related to chemicals such as bleaches and inks contained in their wastewater, modern screening methods for treating water allow paper mills to make large advances in the creation of paper within a closed water. cycle.

Looking to the future of papermaking, it is clear that well-designed filtration and separation equipment will continue to play an integral role in enabling this industry to prosper while meeting its economic and environmental goals.

 

Screens for paper separation

 

There is no doubt that screening and filtering equipment for pulp separation, paper production and water treatment must be robust pieces of machinery. That’s why paper mills rely on the years of industry-leading engineering expertise and experience that VibraScreener ™ brings into each of their models, including the Dynamic Screener ™ and Ranger Separator ™.

Used in the most demanding applications, our screens are designed to perform at high capacity while remaining energy efficient and emitting low noise levels. When maximum uptime is a requirement to meet production deadlines, you want our screeners to be on the job. And when cleaning or maintenance is required, it is good to know that our machines are easy to disassemble, clean and reassemble. As we understand that it is your business that counts on the quality of our products, we leave nothing to chance.

 

High performance, excellent service and expert advice from VibraScreener ™

 

When you have to process enough wood pulp to produce miles of paper per day, there is only one option for your production line, and that is VibraScreener ™. We have been successfully meeting the detection and filtration needs of major industries while complying with all FDA, USDA and other environmental regulations for years. Our experience in separating equipment design, manufacturing and support extends to everyone from Fortune 500 processing facilities to independent operators.

 

Contact us today

 

Isn’t it about time you found the right screening equipment and supplier to meet your business needs? To learn more about how VibraScreener ™ can improve your papermaking processes, contact us or to speak with a screening expert today.