Altum Technologies’ Increase Process Uptime and Efficiency with Power Ultrasound Technology webinar, held on Thursday, May 13th 11AM - 12PM (EDT), will cover capital cost in pulp mills related to chemical recovery and power generation.
One of the primary processes in chemical recovery is the evaporation plant. Unfortunately, evaporators' fouling/scaling is a major cause of both process downtime, causing production and output losses and decreasing evaporators' energy efficiency, capacity, and lifetime.
Traditionally, fouling in evaporators is removed with chemical washes or mechanically. However, these require production interruptions, causing both production losses and increases in labor, water, and chemical consumption. The production losses caused by shutdowns for cleanouts can cost pulp and paper mills tens of thousands of dollars per hour.
This webinar will enable:
- Recognizing power-ultrasound solution as an approach to help pulp and paper mills globally gain process uptime and increase production and financial gains
- Solving the need to prevent and clean fouling without using toxic chemicals and reduce mechanical maintenance and unplanned production shutdowns
Webinar attendance is free and open to everyone, but registration is required. Reserve your space today!
Account Executive at Altum Technologies
She is a M.Sc. (Econ. & B.A) in international business and manages several customer projects across the pulp and paper industry in Europe, America, and Africa.
CEO Americas at Altum Technologies
Esteban Soto is CEO Americas for Altum Technologies, he moved from Finland to USA to expand Altum’s operations in the Americas in 2018. Besides taking care of marketing, operations and sales in the American continent, Esteban has firsthand experience on project execution and installation of Altum’s power ultrasound systems in several industries.
Register today for Altum Technologies’ Increase Process Uptime and Efficiency with Power Ultrasound Technology webinar, held on Thursday, May 13th 11AM - 12PM (EDT).
Webinar attendance is free and open to everyone, but registration is required.
Reserve your space today!