POM Technology to supply wet end systems for paper machine projects in China and Germany

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POM Technology to supply wet end systems for paper machine projects in China and Germany

May 12, 2011 - 23:54

HELSINKI, May 13, 2011 (Press Release) -POM Technology will supply state-of-art compact wet end system for two new paper machine projects in China and one rebuilding project in Germany. POM Technology is the leading expert of com¬pact wet end systems with degassing and supp¬lier of innovative machi¬nery, engineering and services to the pulp and paper industry. The patented POM System provides an airfree short circulation and clean and stable wet end. The compactness provides reduced plant size, rationalized process flows and fast grades changes, which all lead to improved paper machine efficiency. Today there are more than 70 POM System installations worldwide.

Zhejiang Ebon Specialty Paper in China orders POM System

POM Technology will supply complete wet end system with degassing for Zhejiang Ebon Specialty Paper new specialty paper machine project in China. The start-up of the new paper machine is scheduled for the last quarter of 2011. The new paper machine produces coloured specialty papers. The production capacity of the new paper machine will be 25.000 t/a.

Zhejiang Hengda Paper in China orders POM System

POM Technology will supply complete wet end system for Zhejiang Hengda Paper new specialty paper machine project in China. The new paper machine is scheduled to start up during the last quarter of year 2011. The new paper machine will produce specialty papers. The production capacity of the new paper machine will be 20.000 t/a.

Steinbeis Papier in Germany orders POM System

POM Technology will supply POM System solution to Steinbeis Papier GMBH in Glückstadt in Germany. The start-up scheduled for the last quarter of 2011. POM Technology's delivery will comprise POM System with POMp Degassing together with optimized screening solution by Advanced Fiber Technologies (AFT) for Steinbeis Papier PM 4 rebuilding project. The PM4 produces 165.000 t/a office and magazine papers.