A pulp and paper production company recently found itself in a difficult situation when its 14-inch flowmeter for a critical pulp flow application malfunctioned, causing production to run blindly and potentially disrupting all production.
Deloitte recognizes Laurentide Controls as one of Canada's Best Managed Companies for eighth consecutive year
Celebrating Laurentide Controls' commitment to excellence
Laurentide Controls: Charting a Sustainable Path to the Future with ‘Greenprints’
Laurentide Controls, a leader in industrial automation, recently released a new Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) document.
Saving $15,000 and avoiding downtime with a self-diagnostic solution
For a pulp and paper company, periodically validating the accuracy of their flow meters was becoming an expensive challenge.
Increasing Efficiency and Reducing Resource Needs with Predictive Maintenance and Process Automation
In today's economy, expectations for plants are becoming increasingly high: improve process performance with fewer people, increase reliability with a reduced maintenance budget, and maintain quality despite changing conditions.
Temperature Gun or Thermographic Camera: how to find your way around
Infrared thermography is a thermal measurement process that detects areas of heat on a surface that are invisible to the naked eye.
Paper mill transforms facility maintenance management with digitalization
The planner of a paper mill was looking to digitize its lubrication routes and make its maintenance strategy more efficient.
How to prosper while short-staffed, without recruiting
With intense competition from overseas, growing concerns for the environment and thinning margins, the current skilled labour shortage only intensifies a growing list of challenges faced by the Pulp and Paper industry.