Fewer Standstills, More Throughput, Lower Costs

June 2, 2013
Leading paper manufacturer Dalum Papir A/S in Odense, Denmark uses two paper-making ma-chines PM 6 and PM 7 to produce high-grade office and printing paper from 100 percent re-cycled paper. Together, the two machines have an annual capacity of about 120,000 tonnes of paper. The waste paper is processed in a special de-inking plant and transported by rail to the adjacent paper mill in the form of pulp.

Since 1999 the mill has been gradually modernized to boost its efficiency without compromising its consistently high product quality. The key measures include the change from a time-based to a condition-dependent (preventive) maintenance of the PM 7 through the introduction of FDT/DTM technology.

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