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Andritz starts up largest fibreline in China for Nanning Sun Paper

05 Dec '23
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  • Andritz has successfully initiated operations at Nanning Sun Paper's pulp and paper mill in Guangxi Province, China, with a cutting-edge fibreline and lime kiln plant.
  • The project, executed on a full EPS basis, features China's largest high-kappa fibreline (1,600 adt/d capacity) and an energy-efficient lime kiln (450 t/d burnt lime capacity).
International technology group Andritz has started up a state-of-the-art, highly efficient fibreline and lime kiln plant at Nanning Sun Paper’s pulp and paper mill in Nanning, Guangxi Province, China.

"Start-up of the fibreline and lime kiln went very smoothly. The project progressed quickly, the start-up test was completed within one month after feeding, and now the equipment is running stably. We will definitely continue working with Andritz in the future to further increase our capacity and efficiency,” Zang Zijia, project director, Nanning Sun Paper, said.

The Andritz supply was on full EPS (engineering, procurement, supervision) basis and included the largest high-kappa fibreline in China with a capacity of 1,600 adt/d. The hardwood line includes a TurboFeed chip feeding system, Lo-Solids continuous cooking, blow line refiners, screen room, LC refiners and highly efficient washing with a multi-stage DD-Washer drum displacer washer, a GF-Filter advanced vacuum drum filter washer and a Compact Press wash press.

An energy-efficient lime kiln plant with a capacity of 450 t/d burnt lime, including a LimeDry lime mud washing and dewatering filter, a LimeKiln feeding system, a LimeKiln shell, riding rings, roller sets and driving mechanism, as well as a LimeCool and a LimeFire burner.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (RR)

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