DIP Process Innovation and Cost Reduction in Tissue Mills, PaperCon 2010 Conference
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The world-wide trend in the Tissue-making field is going two ways: 1) New system - Install systems and machines adopting new technologies like TAD or UCTAD. These kind of systems are characterized by high investment costs. 2) Rebuilding - Many existing DIP systems still need to be improved with the aim of achieving the following targets: - Reduction and control of energy consumption - Reduction in fibre loss and optimization of fibre mix - Control and reduction of operation costs - Optimization of system layouts This paper present the results achieved in three plants, located in diverse geographical areas. We’ll present how to reconfigure existing DIP lines and how the past experience with the three plants has helped us to design improved deinking line sequences. This provided the direction for us to launch a new concept called Total DIP that incorporates three deinking line concepts that can be individually selected according to a client’s requirements