Pulp and paper case studies

UTComp has published two new case studies involving projects in the pulp and paper industry in Canada.

In one study at a pulp and paper mill in British Columbia, UltraAnalytix™ inspection showed that the thickness and condition of the FRP in a pulp bleaching vessel were adequate to postpone scheduled relining, saving significant repair costs. The remaining service life of the vessel was estimated to be 29 years. Read the case study.

Another study at a pulp mill in Ontario involved hardwood and softwood bleaching upflow towers, both of which have remained in service without relining, with no signs of damage reported to date. Read the case study.


Posted on

March 29, 2018