Paper 04/06 2012 18:16
At the stand from bielomatik visitors can experience a selection of the latest paper processing machines and an RFID label production unit live. Flexibility isn't just bielomatik's drupa motto, rather it is now the focus of the entire paper and converting industry: Smaller order batches require shorter changeover times and variable use of the machinery for the production of the most varied orders.
The new cross cutter CFS 105 is a true "all-rounder" that can not only cut diverse sizes and grammages without leaving marks, but also above all the most varied materials: Carton, film and naturally also coated and uncoated paper. Also preprinted rolls can be cut according to printing register. The new development from bielomatik, which is based on decades of experience in the cross cutter area, can be integrated into current ERP and workflow management systems. With its extremely compact design in the "roll to sheets" area, it should appeal to print shops, paper mills and paper trading companies as well as the packaging industry. » Read More
Metso to supply world's largest recovered fuel fired boiler to Mälarenergi's heat and power plant in Sweden
Paper 01/21 2012 12:14
Metso will supply Mälarenergi's combined heat and power plant (CHP) in Västerås, Sweden, with the world's largest recovered fuel fired boiler. The new boiler with a fuel input of 167 MW will utilize circulating fluidized bed (CFB) technology and it will serve as a base unit to meet the disctrict heating power needs of Västerås and Hallstahammar municipalities. Metso's delivery will account for about 30 per cent of the approximately EUR 300 million modernization project of the CHP plant. » Read More
Paper 01/12 2012 12:20
Metso will supply a complete tissue machine for Fabrica De Papel San Francisco S.A. de C.V., in Mexicali, Mexico. The tissue production line will start up in the second quarter of 2013. The value of the order will not be disclosed. This kind of production line is typically valued at EUR 10-15 million depending on capacity and scope of delivery. » Read More