Overview of Non-Metals in Pulp and Paper Fixed Equipment Applications, 2016 Pulping, Engineering, Environmental, Recycling, Sustainability (PEERS) Conference Proceedings
As a way to operate more reliably, reduce initial investment costs, and withstand various process conditions, non-metallic options are continuing to make their way into the pulp & paper industry. Simply upgrading alloys to withstand higher temperature, higher chloride concentrations, and/or upset conditions can be very expensive with regard to installation and repair costs. Non-metallic options can actually provide superior corrosion resistance in a wide range of processes (acids, bases, chlorides, and oxidizers), and they provide many other benefits including low future maintenance costs.
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