Drives are an integral part of pulp and paper operations and need to run reliably every single day, according to the precise demands of the process.
Proper flexible metal hose installations prevent stress on rotary joints and unions as well as connected piping due to thermal expansion, vibration, and misalignment.
A rotary joint or “steam joint” is a mechanical seal that connects steam piping to rotating drying cylinders.
An “insulating sleeve” is a flanged tube that extends through the bore of a paper dryer journal.
On-machine grinding has proven itself a cost- and time-efficient alternative to dryer cylinder replacement and off-machine grinding. Companies that provide quality on-machine grinding service can refinish and renew cylinders for 40 to 50 percent less than the overall cost of off-machine grinding or even replacement.