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BTG to showcase its Total Tissue Capability at Zellcheming 2010

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BTG to showcase its Total Tissue Capability at Zellcheming 2010

May 04, 2010 - 22:52
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ECLEPENS, Switzerland, May 5, 2010 (Press Release) -

At this year's exhibition we are emphasizing our Total Tissue Capability - TTC, a one-stop product & service package to help tissue makers cut costs and optimize their process, combining the know-how, services and products from both our divisions. Visit us to see a few examples on how to put this into practice. Naturally, the concept also applies to any other pulp and paper-related application.

Instruments

We present our range of consistency transmitters:

  • the TwinTorque MEK-3000, the first transmitter in our series of easier, smaller, smarter, lighter BTG instruments,
  • the TCR-2510 PeakTotal - our new light version of optical total consistency transmitter - as well as
  • the new RET-5503 PeakAsh, the perfect solution for measuring ash and total retention in the range of 0.01 - 2%

You can also see our latest success product, the DRT-5500 inline freeness, and our Mütek lab instruments: e.g. the PCD-04 Travel, the Number One for easy and reliable measurement of colloidal dissolved charge and the DFR-05 Freeness and Headbox Dewatering for easy mill measurements.

Duroblade - metering and doctoring

Inventor of the original high-performance ceramic-tipped coating blade, BTG is also the owner of former IPI LLC, North America's largest rod and rod bed producer. BTG now offers the complete range of high-performance blades and rods cum accessories for metering and size press applications as well as headbox sheets. For the tissue market, we offer a vast range of Duroblade creping doctor blades, including blades such as Duroblade-Softcrepe, Duroblade-Satiny and Duroblade-Velvet, alongside our unique blade holder CBC and a variety of Tissue-related services.