Goudsmit highlights use of its magnetic filter for removing steel wires from paper pulp.
The metal separation expert Koen Böggemann recently visited a large paper mill in the Netherlands. The company was looking for a solution for removing steel wires from the paper pulp. These steel wires end up in the pulp as a result of incomplete removal of the binding wires that hold the bales of cellulose together. This is done before the cellulose is processed into pulp.
Koen: “As a result of the automated process in combination with the human control there is a chance of steel wire ending up in the paper pulp. This wire is particularly damaging for the equipment used to process the pulp. The result is production downtime, but this can be prevented through the use of a magnet.”