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High strength results in a lower number of breaks

The higher the dry content of the paper web after leaving the press section, the less energy has to be expended in subsequent drying. A high initial wet strength of the moist paper web after leaving the press also leads to a lower number of breaks, especially in the first dryer groups. This is essential for good runnability of the entire production facility.

Along with its main task, namely dewatering the paper, the press also has a big influence on the paper’s quality characteristics. It decisively influences thickness and volume, as well as the surface characteristics, of the paper. Along with a high volume, high-quality paper also requires a smooth surface that is identical on both sides.

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Voith ATMOS Technology

ATMOS

ATMOS technology allows premium tissue production at lower natural resource consumption while using up to 100% recycled fibers. Thus, significant energy and fiber savings are guaranteed.
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DuoCentri NipcoFlex

The DuoCentri NipcoFlex shoe press is especially well suited for high machine speeds. Up to four nips ensure a high dry content and product quality.
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NipcoFlex Ø770

NipcoFlex Ø770

The Mini-NipcoFlex is a press module for nearly all paper machines. It increases the dry content after the press by up to 3% at the same machine speed.
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Voith NipcoFlex T

NipcoFlex T

NipcoFlex T is a shoe press developed to support customers in saving natural resources while considerably reducing their energy costs.
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Schuhpresse shoe press

Single NipcoFlex

As an alternative to the Tandem NipcoFlex, the Single NipcoFlex shoe press may be used for materials like wood free papers that can easily be dewatered.
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Tandem NipcoFlex

The Tandem NipcoFlex press consists of two shoe presses arranged one after the other. It is the preferred press design for fast machines producing mass paper.
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