Paper industry is one of the traditional industries as the products are widely used in day to day transactions, for instance, currency note, draft paper and newspaper. Papers are made with the pulp of the woods with treatment at a high temperature environment to disintegrate lignin as well as to remove impurities from the pulps. Both pulp and paper are extracted and processed from cellulose fibres together with various plant materials. With adding specific synthetic ingredients, the final products could achieve certain paper quality desired.
Paper is made through the following processes:
1) Pulping procedure to clean the fibres
2) Refining procedure
3) Dilution process
4) Formation of thin fibres
5) Pressurisation to enhance density
6) Drying of materials
7) Finishing procedure
Certain paper product ranges are made with different raw materials. These paper product ranges use cotton linters, bagasse and rags. Other products like cellulose acetate, rayon are used in packaging films. With an objective of maintaining fibre strength and removing lignin, pulp and paper go through a pulping process. In avoiding paper from discolouration in the future, the pulping process focuses on removing the impurities. By doing so, it would probably help to reduce the chance of paper disintegration in future. Hemicellulose is added in the paper forming process. Hemicellulose is an important component extracted from plant cell walls. Due to hemicellulose etherification increasing solubility and stability against microorganisms to prevent fermentation, it plays a critical role in fibre bonding in paper making processes. However, certain plant contents are removed during the pulping process because they do not add value to paper strength properties. Recycled paper or used paper go through a purifying process. Occasionally, the ink on used paper is required to be removed. These recycled paper and used paper are mixed with virgin fibres and formed to become new paper products.
Another application of the Ferrari paper industry fan is for pneumatic transportation and pressurisation in diaper manufacturing plants. The major component of a diaper is synthetic disposable material. The disposable diapers contain absorbent chemicals to absorb the waste. Polypropylene is used in the inner lining of the disposable diapers and it helps to prevent the outer cloth from being soaked. With new advancement in manufacturing technologies in the diaper industry, biodegradable diapers and diaper safety have become popular trends in the industry.
Another important trend in the diaper industry is the surge demand of adult diapers as the aging population increases globally. It will soon generate high demand across the globe and would become necessary products to the ordinary aging population. Diaper industry manufacturers focus on producing affordable diapers and training pants and gaining market share in the competitive diaper market globally.
Ferrari Ventilation offers a wide range of industrial fans and blower fans for the paper industry and diaper industry. The paper machines require a high pressure dryer and heater box fan equipment. Our paper industrial fans, for pulp and paper, are typically used in the drying process for the production of paper and used stainless-steel construction for the dust suction.
Recommended fan series are K, KB, KC, KM for pneumatic transportation. ART, VCM, FR, DFR, DFM, FC, FE, FG for dust suction and drying
Industry: Paper and Diaper Industry
Fan Type: High volume / pneumatic transportation Ferrari industrial fan
Fan Quantity: 5 Units, max 132 kW
Description: High pressure industrial fans applied in the forming process during the vacuum phase. Pneumatic transportation fan mostly installed in the production waste section. Sometimes stainless-steel industrial fans are requested for the dust suction purpose.
Industrial Fan for Pulp & Paper Industry
Ferrari Asia Ventilation
Offering fan solutions for textile industry to meet your exact specifications.
hemical pulp is produced by combining wood chips and chemicals in large vessels called digesters. There, heat and chemicals break down lignin, which binds cellulose fibres together, without seriously degrading the cellulose fibres.
Some processes may require pretty high temperature, up to 450°C for the drying paper pulp odd cellulose compound. Chemical pulp is used for materials that need to be stronger or combined with mechanical pulps to give a product different characteristics.
iaper machine integrates several processes to fabricate the final diaper products in an automatic manner, from pulp roll stand, screenless hammermill double feeding, glue application system, drum forming with or without core compressor, Tissue and SAP Applicator.
Due to different age groups and body sizes, the machines are designed to accommodate flexible sizes according to customer’s specification, e.g. width range 220 mm to 400 mm and length range 350 mm to 600 mm
issue machine forming section distributes the stock evenly along the entire width of the tissue machine into the gap between the wire and the felt. After the forming and pressing processes, the drying section focuses on removing water from the tissue web by evaporation, with circulation of hot air in this section.
Typical methods for tissue making is cylinder drying, it is vital to ensure maximum drying efficiency with minimum energy consumption.