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Liuzhou Liangmianzhen Starts up Toscotec Tissue Machine in China

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Liuzhou Liangmianzhen Paper Product Co., China, has started up the first of two MODULO-PLUS ES tissue lines supplied by Toscotec (Lucca, Italy) at its mill in Liuzhou, Guangxi. In the next couple of weeks, the startup of the second tissue line and of the TT WIND-M high-speed slitter rewinder will follow suit. 

This is the first imported tissue machine to come on stream at Liangmianzhen Paper Product mill, one of Liangmenzhen Group’s subsidiaries, and thanks to the strong partnership between Toscotec and the Chinese producer, startup was successfully achieved according to schedule.
 
This first new line alone will increase the company’s tissue production by 21,000 metric tpd. 
 
Toscotec’s scope of supply included a MODULO-PLUS ES machine, designed for a speed of 1,500 m/min, featuring TT SYD-15FT (4,572mm) and double press configuration, Milltech’s steam-heated hood, stock preparation equipment, electrical and control systems, spare parts for the entire plant, and a full service package.
 
A significant advantage of Toscotec’s technology is its cutting-edge Energy Saving drying package—Toscotec’s TT DOES (Drying Optimization for Energy Saving), which ensures the lowest energy consumption with the highest machine performances. As Toscotec notes, the use of steam as the sole drying energy source with the TT DOES package perfectly meets the twofold objective of Chinese producers to profit from the most accessible and cost-effective energy source and achieve maximum production of high-quality tissue.
  
Toscotec is a turnkey technology supplier to the global paper industry, offering a complete suite of solutions for tissue, paper, and board manufacture, as well as maintenance services for rolls and cylinders.
 
More information is available online. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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