The Swedish company PulpEye has received new orders for two PulpEye analyzers from two Canadian mills, Domtar Windsor, QC, and Port Hawkesbury Paper, NS.
Domtar Windsor in Quebec has two paper machines with a total production capacity of about 640,000 tonnes of uncoated papers like high brightness, opaques, offset, multi-purpose digital papers, copy paper, laser forms bond and envelope papers. The mill has one pulp line with a capacity of about 440,000 tonnes. The PulpEye for Domtar Windsor is up and running and equipped with modules measuring fibre, shives and SR as well as with the CrillEye module.
Port Hawkesbury Paper in Nova Scotia is an integrated mechanical pulp and paper mill producing high gloss papers. The TMP pulp production is done by three refiner lines each having three stages of refining. The PulpEye being installed is configured with modules for measurements of freeness, fibre and shives. It is also the first mill in North America to install the RefinerEye module, a clever way of taking high concentration pulp samples directly from the blow line after refiners.
“Needless to say we are very pleased to have landed these orders in Canada,” says Öjvind Sundvall, MD PulpEye AB. “It is our second breakthrough in Canada and for new application areas. Without mentioning any details about these installations I can say that these customers are really showing innovative thinking and we look forward to a continued good cooperation.”