Pulp & Paper Installations

 

PULP & PAPER USER'S LIST
JULY, 2010

 

1994 Smurfit-Stone Container, Wabash, Indiana (now Paprworks Industries)
SCREEN REJECTS AT RECYCLE MILL
Two VP-16's doing screen rejects at a recycle boxboard mill. Tom Manley,
513-746-6493, was the plant engineer; we co-authored a TAPPI paper. We
arrived at this, our first paper mill, in June 1994.


1995 Domtar (formerly Georgia-Pacific), Port Edwards, Wisconsin
STOCK THICKENING (FOR STORAGE)
They bought a CP-6 to thicken screen rejects which are stored and later added to
special runs of bond paper. [Mill closed.]


1995 Coastal Paper, Mississippi
REJECT BLEACHED PULP JUST AHEAD OF PAPER MACHINE
This is a paper maker that buys market pulp and converts it into specialty papers.
The tiny CP-4 works perfectly for their screen rejects.


1995 Bowater (formerly Halla Paper), Mokpo, Korea
WASTEWATER SLUDGE AFTER IT IS THICKENED WITH A BELT PRESS d
This is a deinking mill. The furnish is 95% old newspapers and 5% groundwood a
fiber. They have four CP-12's, which are beautiful machines. The presses dewater 3
screen rejects and some primary clarifier sludge, all coming from belt presses.
The cake, at 55% solids, goes to a fluidized sand bed boiler.


1996 Georgia-Pacific (formerly Fort James), Pennington, Alabama
KNOTS AND SHIVES (VIRGIN FIBER MILL)
The VP-16 for dewatering knots and shives at this large virgin fiber mill is
working well. Pat Braud, 205-459-1737, is the cognizant engineer.


1996 CANFOR (Formerly FIBRECO), Taylor, British Columbia
WASTEWATER SLUDGE, PRE-THICKENED WITH A BELT PRESS
This CTMP mill has purchased a VP-16 for pressing primary sludge with some
fraction of secondary sludge blended in. The sludge comes from a belt press.
They produce and sell market pulp made primarily from wood chips


1996 Evergreen Pulp (Formerly Samoa Pacific Cellulose) , Samoa, California
1. REJECT BLEACHED PULP JUST AHEAD OF PAPER MACHINE
2. SHIVES
The last virgin fiber mill in California. They have a pair of VP-10's plus a rental
CP-10. One is used to dewater bleached rejects from just ahead of a paper
machine. Another is for shives. It enables them to haul the rejects to landfill
without environmental problems. [Mill closed.]
1996 Celotex, Quincy, Illinois
SCREEN REJECTS AND WASTEWATER AT RECYCLE MILL
They had a CP-10 rented medium term and have since commissioned a VP-
16. They are a recycle mill that makes the outer paper layer for plasterboard.
The press is used to dewater screen rejects after the hydrapulper. They solve
a landfilling cost and problem by dewatering the rejects. [Mill shut in 2002.]


1996 Liberty Paper, Becker, Minnesota
SCREEN REJECTS AND WASTEWATER AT RECYCLE MILL
This is an OCC recycle mill pressing tertiary screen rejects plus DAF sludge.
Following successful tests, they purchased a pair of VP-16's. Steve McPherson,
Production Manager, 763-261-6120.


1996 Durango Paper (formerly Gilman), St. Marys, Georgia
KNOTS & SHIVES FROM QUATERNARY SCREEN
This firm has a pair of VP-12 presses, all-stainless construction (including the
frames), along with sidehill pre-thickening screens. Quaternary rejects are pressed
prior to burning. [Mill shut in 2002.]


1996 Georgia-Pacific (formerly Fort James), Clatskanie, Oregon
SAWDUST AT PAPER MILL THAT USES SAWDUST DIGESTERS
Two VP-30 presses were intended to take rain water out of sawdust. With 400 hp
drives, these are 35' long and weigh 80,000 pounds each. The units are now idle.


1996 APC Paper Company, Claremont, New Hampshire
QUATERNARY SCREEN REJECTS & WASTEWATER AT RECYCLE MILL
This firm has a VP-10 to dewater OCC waste sludge prior to landfill.
Environmental problems associated with an unstable landfill led to the testing that
led to the purchase. They pre-thicken the flow to the press with a sidehill screen.


1996 Millar Western, Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan
DEWATERING CAKE FROM A BELT PRESS AT A CTMP MILL
A Model VP-16 dewatering screw press is used to increase solids in cake from a
belt press. This zero effluent mill burns the cake in a hog fuel boiler. The primary
sludge solids are increased from 30% or less to 40% or more with the screw press.


1996 Simpson Paper, Gilman, Vermont (Dirigo Paper)
WASTEWATER SLUDGE AFTER IT IS THICKENED WITH A CLARIFIER
This mill uses market pulp to make high-grade specialty paper. Reject material
from a large clarifier is fed to Somat presses. The sludge from the Somat's, at 10%
to 15% consistency, is fed to a Vincent Model CP-6 press. The Vincent takes it up
to 35% or 40% solids. [Mill closed in 2007.]


1997 Ponderay Newsprint (AbitibiBowater) Usk, Washington
SCREEN REJECTS AND WASTEWATER AT RECYCLE MILL
This newsprint mill is 80% virgin fiber, 20% recycle. They are pressing a wide
range of screen rejects from both operations. Following a long rental period, they
bought a VP-16 in T-316 stainless. Their order included sidehill screens for use
ahead of the press.


1997 Buckeye (formerly Merfin), Delta, British Columbia
WASTEWATER SLUDGE AFTER IT IS THICKENED WITH A CLARIFIER
This mill makes sanitary napkins. A rental CP-6 worked well in competition
with a FAN press. They purchased a CP-10 for more capacity. They are pressing
reject pulp, which is collected in a Krofta clarifier.


1997 Louisiana-Pacific, Chetland, British Colombia
This mill acquired a CP-10 for sludge dewatering shortly before the mill was
closed.
1997 Buckeye (formerly Merfin Europe Ltd.), County Cork, Ireland
REJECT PULP OFF THE PAPER MACHINE
This sister plant has purchased a VP-10 for dewatering reject pulp from a system
that converts market pulp into paper product on a dry basis (Air Laid).


1997 Kadant Black Clawson, Mason, Ohio
THICKENING PULP AHEAD OF A DEINKING KNEADER
A VP-16 press for use in a secondary fiber mill in Venezuela. The press,
positioned head of a deinking kneader, is used to thicken 35 TPD of stock to the
range of 30 to 35% solids. The user is Papelera Aragua.


1997 Putney Paper, Putney, Vermont
DEWATERING CLARIFIER UNDERFLOW
This firm purchased a VP-16 for dewatering clarifier underflow. An improved
fiber recovery system seriously reduced the capacity of the press. [Mill closed.]


1997 Buckeye Florida, Perry, Florida
KNOTS AND SHIVES (VIRGIN FIBER MILL)
After on-site testing, this 1,200 TPD softwood Kraft mill purchased a VP-16
for dewatering knots and shives. This relieves landfill load and groundwater
contamination, while creating a saleable by-product. A sidehill screen thickens
the flow ahead of the press.


1998 St. Anne-Nackawic, Nackawic, New Brunswick
TERTIARY/QUATERNARY REJECTS PRE-THICKENED WITH A SIDEHILL
This mill rented a VP-16 for two summers before purchasing the machine. It is
used to dewater reject fiber that was otherwise being taken to landfill in a dripping
wet condition. After pressing the cake burns extremely well in their hog fuel
boiler.


1998 Kerwin Paper, Appleton, Wisconsin
SCREEN REJECTS FROM HYCOR DISCOSTRAINER
This recycle paper mill produces colored construction paper. The VP-10 press
dewaters rejects that arise when a color change is made. The press cake is re-used
in black construction paper.


1998 Terrace Bay Pulp, Terrace Bay, Ontario
(Formerly Neenah Paper, Kimberly-Clark)
WASTEWATER SLUDGE AFTER IT IS THICKENED WITH A CLARIFIER
This large virgin fiber mill ran tests using a rental CP-10, dewatering primary
sludge that was pumped directly from the clarifier. They ordered a pair of VP-
16's and sidehill screens, and they are very pleased with these. The press cake
is burned in their boiler. In 2001 a third VP-16 was ordered to handle a mill
expansion, and all the presses were relocated from the WWTP to the boiler house.


1999 ALBERTA RESEARCH COUNCIL, Edmonton, Alberta
A Model CP-10 press is used for laboratory and pilot testing at the Alberta
Research Council.


1999 International Paper, Oswego, New York
SCREEN REJECTS AND WASTEWATER AT RECYCLE MILL
This mill had a CP-6 rented for half a year. While we were switching up to a
CP-10, they tried a press by Press Technology, a Springfield, Ohio firm. That
press failed due to wear which was related to high screw rpm. [The mill is shut.]


1999 Crown Vantage, Milford, New Jersey
DEWATERING CAKE FROM A BELT PRESS
This mill produces food grade wrapping paper from market pulp. Rated at 200
tons per day, the mill was sending 4 to 8 tons of clarifier underflow sludge to
landfill daily. The purchase of a CP-10 screw press was justified by reduced
landfill charges. The screw press increases the solids of cake from a Komline-
Sanderson belt press from 20-27% to in excess of 50%.


1999 Corrugated Services, Forney, Texas
This recycle mill uses a small KP-6 for light dewatering of solids screened from
the wastewater flow. "The best capital investment this company ever made."


1999 Weyerhaeuser Paper, New Bern, North Carolina
PRIMARY CLARIFIER SLUDGE, PRE-THICKENED WITH A SIDEHILL
This Kraft mill replaced a worn belt press with a Model VP-16 screw press and a
pair of Vincent sidehills. Final press cake solids were improved from the 30's to
45%; the cake is now sold as a fuel to a cogen power plant. No polymer is used in
the clarifier.


1999 Nevamar (formerly International Paper), Hampton, South Carolina
DEWATERING FIBER DUST FROM A SPRAY CHAMBER
This mill is using a Model CP-12 screw press to dewater fiber and phenolic dust.
The dust comes from the spray chamber dust collector. The mill specializes in the
manufacture of hard board used in decorative door facings, counter tops and screw
conveyor hanger bearings.


1999 Celulosa Arauco (Alto Parana), Misiones, Argentina
DEWATERING SCREEN REJECTS, 200 GPM FEED AT 1% CONSISTENCY
This Chilean paper company procured a Vincent Model CP-12 screw press for
dewatering rejects from a brown stock tertiary screening stage. The installation is
at a softwood Kraft mill in Argentina. The objective is to recover the chemicals in
the black liquor filtrate.


1999 FiberMark, Brattleboro, Vermont
DEWATERING CAKE FROM A COIL FILTER
This specialty mill produces coated or embossed pressboard, using a furnish of
30% virgin and 70% recycled market pulp. They have a Vincent Model CP-12
screw press that is used to further dewater primary clarifier sludge that is first
prethickened to 22% solids with a vacuum coil filter. The Vincent press increases
the consistency to the 45% range, significantly reducing hauling and landfill
charges.


1999 Minas Basin Pulp, Hantsport, Nova Scotia
DEWATERING SCREEN REJECTS, PRE-THICKENED WITH A SIDEHILL
This mill has a CP-12 to dewater OCC waste sludge and tertiary/quaternary rejects
prior to hauling them to landfill. Press cake is in the range of 50% solids, and
alternatives such as burning are being considered. Pre-thickening is done with a
sidehill screen.


2000 Georgia-Pacific, Crossett, Arkansas
DEWATERING MILL WASTE STREAM
Integrated Technical Services of Baton Rouge, LA bought a pair of VP-16's, each
with a pair of sidehills for prethickening, for dewatering the clarifier flow at this
1,600 TPD hardwood and softwood mill. Later, LARCO purchased another VP-
16 for use under a similar contract at the mill.


2001 Gulf States Paper, Demopolis, Alabama
KNOTS AND SHIVES
This mill used a VP-16 from our rental fleet while a new machine was built to
their specifications. The load is estimated at 41 TPD, dry solids.


2001 Rock-Tenn, Sheldon Springs, Vermont
BLACK CLAWSON ULTRA SORTER REJECTS
A small CP-6 is used to dewater 7 TPD of rejects. They feed from the Kadant
Black Clawson Ultra Sorter at 25% solids. The press cake, at 45% solids, is sent
to landfill.


2001 Caraustar Mill Group (formerly Smurfit-Stone), Lafayette, Indiana
DEWATERING RECYCLE MILL REJECTS
A rental CP-10 was used dewatering rejects from screens at this recycle paper
mill. Mark Lindstrom, 765-423-5631, is the cognizant engineer.


2001 Durango-McKinley Paper, Prewitt, New Mexico.
MIXTURE OF MILL WASTE STREAMS
Furnish for this 550 TPD linerboard mill arrives by train and trailer. Four waste
streams, with varying flow rates, including one that is biological, are fed to an
Andritz belt press. The 35% solids cake from the belt press is further dewatered
to 37% to 45% solids (depending on the biological component) with a Model VP-
16 turning 5 rpm. This rental press was used until another press at the mill could
be rebuilt. Ed Tom, 505-876-2171, supervises operations. Rented another unit in
2006.


2002 Georgia-Pacific, Cedar Springs, Georgia
CLARIFIER UNDERFLOW
All wastewater solids from this 2,300 tons per day mill are dewatered in a pair
of VP-16 presses. Pairs of sidehill screens are mounted over the inlet of each
of screw press. The WWTP is operated and managed by Integrated Technical
Services of Baton Rouge, Louisiana.


2002 Rock-Tenn, Aurora, Illinois
DEWATERING PRESSURE SCREEN REJECTS
A rental CP-10 was purchased for dewatering screen rejects in this book binders
board mill. John Goll, Assistant General Manager, 630-898-4231.


2002 Noss AB, Sweden
LABORATORY PRESS
This paper industry equipment supplier has purchased a Model CP-4 laboratory
press for use in pulp thickening trials.


2002 Ohio Pulp Mills, Cincinnati, Ohio
REJECTS DEWATERING
This mill recovers secondary fiber from gable-top cartons, ice cream cartons, and
meat pads. A great deal of plastic film is present in the rejects. A custom Model
KP-10 press, cut short for low headroom, dewaters their waste flows ahead of the
dumpster.


2002 Buckeye, Mt. Holly, North Carolina
DAF SLUDGE AND SIDEHILL SCREEN REJECTS
This conversion mill has air laid paper machines making diaper products. Excess
pulp from the paper machines and floor drains feeds to a DAF or sidehill, then is
pumped to a CP-10. The Vincent press replaced a plate and frame press. Contact
is Tim Kistemaker, 704-822-6400.


2002 Linpac Paper, Cowpens, South Carolina
REJECTS DEWATERING AT RECYCLE MILL
Rejects at this 450 TPD OCC mill include unusually high quantities of plastic.
A flow of 200 gpm is fed directly to a Model CP-12 screw press, without
prethickening. Bill Johnson, 864-463-9090, is the Mill Engineer.


2003 P. H. Glatfelter Co., Spring Grove, Pennsylvania
DEWATERING A KNOTTER REJECT STREAM
A simple, robust Model CP-10 screw press was purchased in 2003. An enlarged
headbox was included to handle surges. Trials were run with a rental CP-6 prior
to the purchase. Since the feed flow can reach 100 gpm, a 3/32" perforated screen
was selected. Reclaimed liquor is returned to process.


2003 Flakeboard Company, St. Stephen, New Brunswick
OIL RECOVERY
A small CP-4 press was purchased to recover valuable oil from waste in this board
manufacturing facility.


2003 AV Cell, Atholville, New Brunswick
SCREEN REJECTS DEWATERING
This mill has a Model VP-16 press on extended rental. (A new 316 stainless press
was purchased in 2006.)


2003 Inland Paper, Orange, Texas
DEWATERING CLARIFIER UNDERFLOW
A VP-16 was purchased by Bruce Brothers Dredging under a contract to dewater
WWTP sludge at this virgin fiber mill. Clarifier underflow is prethickened with
sidehill screens.


2003 US Gypsum, Gypsum, Ohio
PRIMARY CLARIFIER UNDERFLOW
This mill makes liner for gypsum wallboard. They use a Model VP-16 press for
sludge dewatering. An IPEC rotary drum screen is used to prethicken the flow to
the press.


2004 Blue Ridge Paper, Canton, North Carolina
DEWATERING SCREEN REJECTS
This virgin fiber mill purchased CP-10 presses for dewatering screen rejects in
both their softwood and hardwood mills. The reclaimed liquor is returned to the
system. The press cake is burned.


2004 Sindihan Paper (UEM), Egypt
DEWATERING CLARIFIER SLUDGE
A Model CP-10 press was sold for dewatering clarifier sludge at this Egyptian
paper mill. In 2006 they inquired about purchasing another identical press for a
new project.


2004 Georgia-Pacific, Green Bay, Wisconsin
STYROFOAM AND OTHER FLOATING CLARIFIER WASTE
The KP-16 press at this 1000 TPD recycle mill is in an unusual application.
Floating wastes, mostly Styrofoam and woodchips, are skimmed at about 200 gpm
from the WWTP clarifiers. The press dewaters this waste stream. This is our first
installation of a Model KP-16 press in the pulp and paper industry.


2005 International Paper, Pensacola, Florida
EXPERIMENTAL TESTING
Two screw presses, a VP-16 and a KP-16 were used in series and parallel to
thicken stock for a specialty paper.


2005 Eurocan, Kitimat, British Columbia
DEWATERING CLARIFIER POND SLUDGE
A Model VP-22 is used by Jose's Excavating, under contract with the mill,
to dewater primary clarifier sludge. The sludge is loaded to the press after
draining in a pond. The press cake is landfilled. [Mill closed in 2009.]


2005 Rayonier, Fernandina Beach, Florida
KNOTS & SHIVES
A Model VP-22 was purchased for dewatering knots. The press was built in
all-316 stainless, including the base frame, because of adverse environmental
conditions. The press cake is burned in a mill boiler.


2005 Evergreen Packaging (formerly International Paper), Pine Bluff, Arkansas
PRIMARY CLARIFIER UNDERFLOW
This mill is renting two Model VP-16 presses for dewatering a combination of
clarifier sludge and knots/rejects. Vincent Sidehill screens are used to prethicken
the flow to the presses. The cake is burned.


2006 Elite Kraft, Thailand
DEWATERING SLUDGE AT WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT
A Model CP-12 press is used to dewater sludge that is prethickened with a tray
belt prethickener.


2006 AV Cell, Atholville, New Brunswick
SCREEN REJECTS DEWATERING
This mill purchased a Model VP-16 press built in 316 stainless construction. This
followed extended use of a similar model in 304 stainless.


2006 Inland Paper, Orange, Texas
DEWATERING CLARIFIER UNDERFLOW
A KP-16 was rented by Bruce Brothers Dredging under a contract to dewater
WWTP sludge at this virgin fiber mill. Clarifier underflow, at very low
consistency is pumped directly into the press. The cake produced is quite suitable
for landfill stacking.


2006 Evergreen Packaging (formerly International Paper) Pine Bluff, Arkansas
DEWATERING WHITEWATER REJECTS
This mill rented (since purchased) a Model KP-16 press for dewatering small
reject fibers after bleaching. A feed of 200+ gpm at 0.5 - 1.3% consistency
results in press cake at 38% solids. The load is about 7 TPD dry solids. This is
a very successful application for a Series KP press. The cake is sold to a roofing
company.


2007 Elite Kraft, Thailand
DEWATERING COMBISORTER REJECTS
A Model KP-16S press has been ordered to dewater small pieces of plastic film,
Styrofoam and similar Combisorter or Serraplast rejects.


2007 First Quality Tissue, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania
DEWATERING CLARIFIER UNDERFLOW
A pair of CP-12 presses, each with paired sidehill screens for pre-thickening, is
used to dewater clarifier underflow.


2007 Pactiv Corporation, Plattsburgh, NY
PULP & PAPER
A Model CP-6 press was purchased for de-watering tertiary rejects.


2007 PROPAL (Productora de Papeles), Cali, Colombia
DEWATERING CLARIFIER UNDERFLOW
This bagasse paper mill purchased a Model VP-24 for dewatering clarifier
underflow. No polymer was required. The cake was to be blended with coal
for use as boiler fuel. This job was a failure; however, it presents an interesting
history.


2007 Sappi Fine Papers, Cloquet, MN
DEWATERING KNOTS AND SHIVES
A Model VP-24 has been purchased for dewatering knots. The load is
approximately 50 TPD of dry solids. The liquor will be recycled and the crushed
knots returned to the digester.


2007 Flambeau River Papers, Park Falls, Wisconsin
BEECH KNOTS
A Model CP-10 has been used on a rental basis for an extended period. With a
3600 rpm motor, this press achieves outstanding capacity.


2007 Inland Paper, Orange, Texas
DEWATERING CLARIFIER UNDERFLOW
A KP-16 was rented long term by Bruce Brothers Dredging under a contract
to dewater WWTP sludge at this virgin fiber mill. Clarifier underflow is
prethickened with sidehill screens.


2008 Rayonier, Jesup, GA
SCREEN REJECTS
A model KP-16, owned by Absorption Corp, is in service at the mill. The
dewatered fiber is used in the production of litter for domestic pets.


2008 UPPC (United Pulp & Paper Company), Philippines
DEWATERING WWTP SLUDGE
A Model CP-12 is giving excellent results dewatering cake from belt presses at the
wastewater treatment plant.


2008 Blue Heron Paper, Oregon City, OR
SCREEN REJECTS
This recycle mill has rented a Model KP-10 press for an extended period. The
waste includes a considerable amount of Styrofoam and plastic.


2008 Hartford City Paper, Hartford, Indiana
DEWATERING SCREEN REJECTS
Based on a project carried out by AMEC consulting engineers, this mill has
purchased a Model KP-10 press for dewatering WWTP sludge. The flow comes
from a Poseidon clarifier and an Andritz sidehill screen. The sidehill, with 0.005"
slots, is PLC controlled.


2008 SAICA, Venizel, France
DEWATERING REJECTS
This large recycle mill uses a Model KP-16 to dewater sludge ahead of landfill.
The press was selected after trials with German equipment.


2008 Georgia-Pacific, Crossett, Arkansas
DEWATERING MILL WASTE STREAM
Larco, a contractor operating the WWTP, bought a Model KP-16 for assisting in
dewatering the clarifier flow at this 1,600 TPD combined hardwood and softwood
mill.


2008 Fiber Solutions, Pine Bluff, AR
DEWATERING FIBER FROM WHITEWATER
This contractor has rented a Model KP-16 for over a year. It is being used to
recover fiber from whitewater. The press cake is sold for the manufacture of
shingles and other by-products.


2008 Georgia-Pacific, Palatka, FL
PRESSING KNOTS
This mill rented a Model KP-16 press was used on knots and shives. The
installation was temporary while other mill machinery was being rebuilt.


2008 Sonoco, Menasha, WI
DEWATERING SLUDGE
This secondary fiber mill installed a Model KP-16 to de-water sludge and screen
rejects. It replaces a screw press associated with excessive maintenance expense.


2008 NGC (National Gypsum Company), Pryor, OK
DEWATERING SLDUGE AT A WALLBOARD FACTORY
This plant uses a Model KP-16 press to dewater screen rejects and clarifier sludge.


2008 SAICA, Zaragoza, Spain
SLUDGE DEWATERING AT A SECONDARY FIBER MILL


2008 Alabama Rivera Pulp, Perdue Hill, AL
DEWATERING KNOTS
A ModelVP-16 screw press is used to dewater knots at this pine mill. The press
cake is conveyed to the chip yard.


2009 Norampac, Niagara Falls, NY
DEWATERING WWTP SLUDGE
This mill has rented a Model KP-16 de-watering sludge.


2009 University of British Colombia, British Colombia, Canada
LABORATORY USAGE
The University has purchased a Model CP-4 press for laboratory and pilot
operations at the Pulp & Paper Centre.


2009 PCA (Packaging Corporation of America), Filer City, MI
DEWATERING COMBINED TERTIARY SCREEN REJECTS AND PRIMARY
CLARIFIER UNDERFLOW
This mill has installed a pair of Model VP-16 presses. An initial objective was to
reduce landfill expense. Permitting was sought to allow the cake to be sold for a
biofuel project. Additional savings were realized by the elimination of polymer
usage. A biological waste stream is to be blended into the feed to the press.


2009 Hutamaki, Sacramento, CA
WWTP OPERATION
This secondary fiber mill is using a Vincent Fiber Filter to pre-thicken a dilute
flow of extractor pressate ahead of a Model KP-6 screw press. This has resolved
problems with a minor waste stream and provides a saleable by-product which is
shipped to a plastics recycler.


2009 Tama Paperboard (Caraustar Industries), Tama, IA
DEWATERING CLARIFIER SLUDGE
This mill is using a rental Model KP-10 to de-water sludge and Poseidon rejects.


2009 Kimberly-Clark, New Milford, CT
FILTERING CLARIFIER UNDERLFOW
This mill purchased a Fiber Filter FF-6 to separate plastic flakes and beards and
crumbs from a clarifier overflow.


2009 Kimberly-Clark, Beech Island, SC
FLOW FILTRATION
This mill is using a rental Fiber Filter FF-6 to clean up short fibers and stickies
from a stream. The sludge from the Fiber Filter is then de-watered in a Model CP-
4 screw press.


2009 Lydall Filtration/Separation, Rochester, NH
DEWATERING SLUDGE
This mill is using a rental KP-10 for dewatering sludge. This unit is replacing a
PT&M press.


2009 Glatfelter, Spring Grove, PA
DEWATERING LIME GRIT
This mill has a specially modified CP-4 which is used to de-water grit produced
when they slake their lime.


2009 PCA (Packaging Corporation of America), Counce, TN
DEWATERING REJECTS
A rental KP-16 has seen extended service dewatering screen rejects at a recycle
mill.


2009 Weidmann Electrical Technology, St. Johnsbury, VT
DEWATERING SLUDGE
This mill purchased a CP-12 press for dewatering sludge. The mill produces paper
insulation for electrical transformers.


2010 Bataan 2020, Philippines
DEWATERING WWTP SLUDGE
A Model CP-12 is giving excellent results dewatering cake from belt presses at the
wastewater treatment plant. The flow is pre-thickened with a sidehill screen.