Runtech Systems to deliver vacuum system to Kıvanç Tekstil in Turkey
Runtech Systems delivers a RunEco vacuum system to Kıvanç Tekstil greenfield paper mill in Adana, Turkey. RunEco system will provide vacuum for the new containerboard machine PM1 with design speed of 1,200 m/min and trim width of 6,600 mm. The delivery consists of several EP650 Turbo Blowers and EcoDrop water separators. Also all low vacuum fans and base engineering of vacuum systems are included in the delivery. The start-up of PM 1 is scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2023.
“Kivanc Textile paper division’s main target is to be not just the quality leader on the market but also the technology leader and pacemaker for environmental issues. So it was finally quite easy to make decisions relating vacuum system supplier,” says Chairman of Kivanc Textile, Mr. Ziya Kivanc.
“Our discussions with Kivanc were very much technology-oriented. The cost of energy used by a vacuum system exceeds the investment cost many times over during the system lifetime. Our customer chose the most cost-effective option, in terms of both installation costs and energy efficiency,” says Jussi Lahtinen, Sales Director, Runtech Systems.
Environmentally friendly and energy efficient, RunEco vacuum system provides a reliable, completely water free vacuum solution. Less energy and no water contribute to lower CO2 emissions and smaller environmental footprint. EP Turbo Blowers are always variable speed and capacity, which allows the vacuum system to be optimized quickly without bleed air and with minimal throttling and expansion losses. With integrated high-speed motor controlled by a frequency converter, rotation speed and vacuum level can be adjusted according to the process requirements.
About Kıvanç Tekstil
Kıvanç Tekstil is an integrated woven fabric producer based in Adana, South Central Turkey, now extending the business to papermaking to provide packaging materials for their textile production. The company operates at a single large manufacturing facility located at an open area of 267,000 m2 and a closed area of 105,000 m2 in Adana, one of the well-known cities of Turkish textile industry.