The turnkey order comprised a PrimeLineCompact tissue machine, a complete stock preparation system, pumps, automation, hall ventilation, and electrification. The stock preparation system includes an approach flow system and broke handling, while twin-flow disc refiners lead to optimum development of fibre properties. The ShortFlow concept enables fast grade changes and high flexibility, Andritz said in a press release.
The tissue machine, which has a design speed of 1,900 metres per minute and a paper width of 2.85 metres, is equipped with a steel Yankee for energy-efficient drying, specially designed forming fabrics, a press felt for high dryness, and a suction pressure roll cover for efficient machine throughput. High-efficiency pumps and Andritz Digital Solutions complete the scope of supply.
“Energy-efficient production and perfect end-product quality—those were our key targets, and together with Andritz, we achieved them. I am proud to hold the first tissue in my hands now,” said Dorin Mocan, CEO of MG TEC Industry.
“With their great team on site and their support in all areas Andritz perfectly met the challenging start-up schedule. Our second line was started up on the dot,” said Simion Buburuz, technical manager of MG TEC Industry.
Fibre2Fashion News Desk (DP)