The cooking plant is the key part of the fiberline. Cooking affects both the amount of effluent and the quality of the pulp. The most advanced displacement batch cooking technology by Valmet is called DUALC™ cooking. The DUALC process can be applied to paper grades as well as dissolving pulping process. Also, technology for conventional batch cooking can be supplied.Valmet has vast experience on various tailor-made upgrade projects, including single equipment replacement and modification as well as process efficiency improvements with technology improvement. In addition to batch cooking technology, Valmet can supply Pandia® continuous digester products for annual fibers, NSSC pulping and bioprocessing.
I always know that when I contact the team at Bancroft Western, I will get the information I need in a timely fashion. They are extremely knowledgeable about the products they represent and truly understand the concept of customer service. A great company to deal with.
- W.J. (Bill) Davidson, Senior Buyer
Canfor Pulp Limited Partnership
I have worked with Bancroft Western and Al Parsons for the last 6 years with new mechanical equipment and refurbishing of existing equipment. I have been completely satisfied with the quality of work, timelines, knowledge, and the fast efficient service we at Zellstoff Celgar have received.
- Murray Sloan, Mechanical Rebuild Specialist, Zellstoff Celgar