Runtech Systems and Nash tighten their cooperation in Europe

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To better serve customers in Pulp & Paper industry, Ingersoll Rand brands Runtech Systems and Nash are joining their sales activities in Europe.

With a unique offering portfolio for paper machine dewatering and vacuum systems and extensive papermaking knowhow, Runtech Systems can provide optimal solution for all paper mills, from service and rebuilds to completely new papermaking lines.

“We are the only company globally who can offer both liquid ring and dry turbo blower technology – or a combination of both. With this portfolio we can always find a perfect fit for customer’s demands, needs and budget. Combining our sales teams also provides more comprehensive service to our customers and better reach on the market,” says Gerhard Göller, Industry Manager, Pulp & Paper.

“The combination of doctors, save-alls and vacuum system equipment topped with papermaking knowhow enables us to provide a holistic view over the paper machine dewatering and energy efficiency. Customers have now one contact point to get full vacuum system and dewatering audits from vacuum experts,” says Jussi Lahtinen, Sales Director, EMEA and Americas, Runtech Systems.

A unique vacuum system and dewatering offering

RunEco EP Turbo Blowers are the first variable speed and variable capacity turbo blowers available. With more than 800 units sold, they offer a proven, energy-efficient, completely water-free vacuum solution with significant heat recovery potential for paper, board and tissue machines. Nash is the leading manufacturer of liquid ring vacuum pumps, compressors, and engineered-to-order systems with more than 100 years of experience and an extensive installed base.

Runtech’s offering includes also save-alls, doctoring, forming and dryer section cleaning systems and EcoFlow dewatering measurement, which significantly improve dewatering, doctoring and cleaning processes enabling increased dryness after the press section.

Source: Runtech Systems