Paper Industry

Paper and Pulp

Monitoring and control in the paper and pulp processing industry presents its own challenges around keeping online sensors clean.

Let us help you improve the performance of your paper and pulp processing operations and increase the overall quality of your end product. Pi’s paper and pulp water analyzing instruments will increase the quality control of your product whilst also making your operations more cost-effective and eco-friendly.

With the high level of solids often present, monitoring anything in the water in the paper industry is challenging. Pi has been working with some of the industry leaders for more than 15 years and has solutions to many of the problems that can arise. One example is the AutoFlush that can deal with up to 3% solids allowing the routine measurement of chlorine in white water and thin stock.

Another is the AutoClean features of the ORP and pH sensors for dip or insertion installations and online solids monitoring in the waste treatment processes allowing the online measurement of pH and ORP in water with up to 10% solids.

Speak to one of our advisors at Pi today to see if we have a solution for your paper and pulp quality monitoring and control problems.

Conductivity

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The ConductiSense range utilizes the latest and best conductivity sensors available in the world today for measuring online conductivity. Online flushing options to keep the sensors clean are opening up applications that were previously not possible.

Chlorine Dioxide

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The DioSense (online ClO2) range utilizes the best chlorine dioxide sensors available in the world today including for low range residual chlorine dioxide measurment from 0 to 20ppm and high range chlorine dioxide up to 0.6% (0-6000ppm).

Charge Demand

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Laboratory Charge Analyzer for the determination of charge demand at the wet end of a paper machine. The generic name for one of these is a “Mutek”, but the charge analyzer from Pi offers a lower cost, easier to use alternative.

Total Chlorine

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The HaloSense range of monitors are used in many applications requiring the measurement and control of online residual chlorine. Typically this is total chlorine in white water of stock or cooling tower following chloramination using MCA.

Chlorine in Bleach

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Bleach can degrade quickly and the online monitoring of the chlorine concentration can be a great help to process control in the paper and pulp industry. The HypoSense measures the chlorine in industrial Hypochlorite (bleach) from 0-16%.

Redox Potential

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The ORPSense range of ORP Meters from Pi utilize the latest and best ORP sensors available for measuring online redox potential. Keeping the sensors clean is key in the Paper and Pulp industry. Pi has inline and pipe insertion options to do just that!

Ozone

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The Residual Ozone Analyzer from Pi is designed to be simple to install and operate and offers unrivalled stability and accuracy, offering excellent value for money.

Online pH

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The pHSense range of online pH meters from Pi utilize the latest and best pH sensors available in the world today for measuring the online pH of any aqueous solution. AutoClean options make the sensors suitable for almost any Paper and Pulp application.

Multi-Parameter
Analyzer

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Multi-sensor, multi-parameter, multichannel analyzers can greatly reduce the cost per point of any measurand including pH, residual chlorine, ORP, ozone, etc.

Online Solids
Monitor

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Monitoring the solids levels online in a paper or pulp mill can be a huge challenge. With the wrong solution maintenance can be prohibitive. The SoliSense® from Pi overcomes all of the usual problems. Ask us how.

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