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The flow-optimized vat design, in combination with the eccentrically arranged rotor, produces intensive turbulence. This results in improved mixing at a lower energy input.
The Intensa technology from Voith offers quick and intensive mixing of the suspension in the pulper. The flow-optimized vat of the pulper, in combination with the eccentrically arranged rotor, generates a perfect turbulence. As a result, a quicker mixing of the suspension and an accelerated bale intake will be achieved. The double-cone bottom of IntensaPulper creates a flow-optimized transition from the pulper bottom to the cylindrical trough wall.
IntensaPulper IP-R is specifically designed for the pulping of recovered paper at a high pulping stock consistency. The rotor configuration ensures a reliable ragger operation, and the number of ragger breaks can be reduced to once a month. The double-coned bottom combined with the baffle urges the coarse heavy contaminants towards the reject discharge allowing a reliable removal in the Junkomat.
IntensaPulper IP-V enables an efficient pulping of virgin fibers, clean recovered paper or broke in batch or continuous mode. A bale breaker divides the bales and thus contributes to an increase in production capacity. A trap for heavy parts ensures the separation of wires.
IntensaPulper from Voith achieves a significant increase in production capacity, while keeping the pulping quality consistently high. Significant energy savings of up to 25% are obtained in comparison to conventional low consistency pulpers, thus high cost savings can be achieved.