ANDRITZ has successfully completed all the performance test runs for the PrimeLineCOMPACT tissue production line delivered on turnkey basis to MG TEC Industry for its mill in Dej, Romania.
Dorin Mocan, CEO of MG TEC Industry, says: “Together with ANDRITZ, we have started up our new tissue production line successfully and are proud of the perfect end-product quality. Based on this success, we have placed a repeat order with the same scope of supply and are looking forward to its installation.”
The energy-efficient PrimeLineCOMPACT tissue machine, with a design speed of 1,900 m/min and a paper width of 2.85 m, produces high-quality tissue grades. It includes an ANDRITZ PrimeFlow headbox with on-the-run jet angle adjustment, a suction pressure roll with drive side exhaust to ensure easy felt and roll change, a 15-ft. PrimeDry Steel Yankee for energy-efficient and safe operation, a PrimeDry Hood G gas-heated Yankee hood, a PrimeDustEXT dust extraction system, and a PrimeMistEXT mist extraction system.
The ANDRITZ scope of supply also comprised:
- A stock preparation line including approach flow system and broke handling: The proven TwinFlo disc refiner technology is used in a separate long-fiber line to achieve optimum development of fiber properties. The approach flow system features the ANDRITZ ShortFlow concept, which allows a minimized number of equipment items and very low storage volume as well as fast grade changes at the tissue machine.
- WeCare Prime forming fabrics and StrataPress press felts for high dryness content and energy savings as well as two Polysoft PU suction pressure roll covers for efficient machine throughput and which contribute towards achieving the targeted running time intervals.
- An ANDRITZ Metris UX Platform for real-time monitoring of energy consumption and efficiency as well as enhanced process tools to optimize production and ensure highest quality control: All service work and optimizations after start-up can be conducted through the Metris Performance Center located at the ANDRITZ headquarters in Graz, Austria.