For 150 years, Voith’s technologies have been inspiring customers, business partners and employees around the world. Founded in 1867, Voith today has around 19,000 employees, sales of €4.3 billion and locations in more than 60 countries worldwide and is thus one of the largest family-owned companies in Europe. Being a technology leader, Voith sets standards in the markets of energy, oil & gas, paper, raw materials and transport & automotive.
What are the defining characteristics of a healthy partnership? Offering the best products? Contributing experience? Most of all - it needs one thing: Relations. We are telling of such relations. Relations between Voith and its customers.
The modernizing of the paper machine components with ONQ ModulePro upgrade package is an inexpensive alternative to an investment in a completely new system.
Legacy VIB nozzle moisturizers require a lot of machine maintenance and are therefore costly. In addition, they often have problems with different components such as insufficient spray quality, spray quantities that are too small and a limiting control resolution. The nozzle moisturizers thus no longer bear up under modern requirements such as higher paper machine speeds and better paper quality. These problems can be eliminated through modernization of the paper machine components with the OnQ ModulePro VIB upgrade at a manageable investment cost, which will then minimize maintenance costs in the future.
Voith offers four flexible packages within the framework of the new OnQ ModulePro VIB upgrade. An individual upgrade can be carried out, from a simple changeover of individual components to the higher-capacity Voith V30, to a new valve control cabinet with control unit all the way up to activation of the existing VIB 4-bit valves. Other components of the paper mill such as spray beams or supply units can also be replaced if needed. The OnQ ModulePro VIB upgrade thus eliminates the problems with legacy VIB nozzle moisturizers. For the paper maker, it’s an important step toward modernization of the paper machine and its components.