PulpEye is participating in the Swedish pilot project Industry 5.0, a two-year initiative aimed at finding more efficient and secure methods for remote monitoring of mill processes. Funded by the Strategic Innovation Program for Process Industrial IT and Automation, the project involves the development of new technologies such as the RedEye analyzer and also focuses on aspects like IT security and user interfaces to improve and streamline process monitoring globally.
DDA 5, Dynamic Drainage Analyzer 5, continues to spread around the world. The latest in the line of customers is Indonesian PT Riau Andalan Pulp & Paper, which purchased the dynamic drainage analyzer number 150 from Swedish PulpEye.
The Hallsta Paper Mill, a part of Holmen Paper business area, is located about 100 kilometres north of Stockholm. The mill has two paper machines producing TMP based paper for various end-use segments, e.g. books and magazines. “The Hallsta Paper Mill has a long history with PulpEye and they bought their first equipment already in […]
To minimise the spread of Covid-19, mills are very restrictive to receive visitors unless critical to mill production. On top of that, several travel restrictions are in place and even changing from time to time which makes personal visits very difficult. PulpEye has therefore created a special service package including weekly follow-ups on remote basis […]
Digitalisation and smart handling of data give opportunities for more efficient mills with more stable processes and an even quality. Holmen has therefore bought the latest version of ExtractEye from PulpEye to their mills and is now in the implementation phase. This means that Holmen mills are actively taking steps towards Industry 4.0. “The Iggesund […]
The Canadian BCTMP and lumber producer Millar Western has installed a PulpEye system to its Whitecourt pulp mill. The delivery consists of analyser modules for CSF, fibre dimensions, shives, brightness and crill. This is the ninth PulpEye installation in Canada showing that PulpEye technology is well established in the Canadian pulp industry. Millar Western’s Whitecourt […]
PulpEye received its second biggest order ever when Iggesund paperboard bought two complete PulpEye sets, one for the unbleached and one for the bleached pulps. Both PulpEye cabinets are equipped with modules for online analysis of kappa number, brightness, fibre, shives and fibre wall thickness as well as the dot analyser DotEye. The order also […]
The Chilean folding boxboard maker Cartulinas CMPC S.A has bought two PulpEye online analyser systems to its mill in Maule, one of the world’s biggest folding boxboard mills. This is the first PulpEye order to Chile. One system will be installed in the BTMP pulp mill and the other in the board mill’s stock preparation. […]