Because energy drives the papermaking process, steam is found in many energy streams in a paper mill. Steam is used to cook fibers for improved sheet strength, heat stock for improved drainage, heat process air for ventilation, heat dryers to dry paper, and selectively heat the web for improved gloss and smoothness.

It has been well-documented that the distance between the condensate entrance of a syphon and the dryer shell, referred to as the syphon clearance, has considerable influence on the operational efficiency of a paper dryer.

More Articles ...

Page 3 of 4
We use cookies to improve your experience on our website. You consent to the use of cookies by continuing the use of the site. Read more about our cookie policy and privacy statement.
More information Ok Decline