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PulPaper 2018, Helsinki Finland

PulPaper 2018PulPaper is the leading exhibition and conference event in the forest industry’s calendar. It will be held in Helsinki, Finland on 29–31 May 2018. The forest industry is experiencing a transition period as the environmental impact of the sector is known better than before. The event programme takes this into consideration with a strong environmental perspective.

The umbrella theme of the event is “Visit tomorrow today.” This refers to new innovations and technologies that the forest industry can harness to evolve in the digitalising world, while respecting the environment.

PulPaper will feature a varied seminar programme on all three days of the event. Business Forum is a seminar for company management, focusing on themes ranging from consumer habits to sustainable development and from innovations to changes in management.

PulPaper Conference, targeted at forest industry experts and researchers, will be held from 30 to 31 May. Forty experts, researchers and company representatives from the Nordic countries, Japan, North America, and other parts of the world will speak at the seminar. The themes include the circular economy, biomass use, climate change, and biorefinery development.

Environmental friendliness as competitive advantage
Environmental standards are often seen as a burden on industry. However, PulPaper approaches this topic through opportunities. As environmental friendliness and responsible production are increasingly guiding the purchasing behaviour of consumers, innovations that cater to consumers’ wishes in terms of ecology, functionality, aesthetics and price level are emerging as competitive advantages for companies.

PulPaper Conference swings the spotlight on many innovations that are revolutionising the whole industry. These include data-based sensors used in pulp industry wastewater treatment, a new catalytic bleaching method and the utilisation of industrial waste as an agricultural fertiliser. In addition, the conference will present a research project that seeks a breakthrough technology for chemical pulp production.

Wooden future of packaging materials
Plastic is the dominant packaging material the world over. Due to its long decomposition period, plastic waste places a great burden on the environment. Almost all fields of industry have started using bioplastic: electronics, agriculture, textiles and healthcare. Wood is envisioned as the renewable raw material of the future, which will be used in both packaging materials and textiles.

PulPaper Conference will present solutions based on renewable wood materials to replace fossil-based materials. The Swedish startup Cellutech will reveal what new materials the company is currently developing from wood. The current development of bioplastics will also be reviewed. The Finnish packaging startup Sulapac will be presented as a business case that provides a great example of ingenious packaging design. Its packaging materials are made from wood and intended for cosmetics products. They turn ecology into a luxury. Sulapac has a competitive edge because it can compete in terms of price with comparable packaging materials made from plastic, and the material can be mass produced with the same equipment as plastic.

PulPaper Conference will also deal with the use of forest biomass and the management of climate change. Speakers will address regulations related to the industry at the EU level and ponder the availability of biomass and related policies.

3D printing of biomaterials
The 3D Printing of Biomaterials seminar will also be held at PulPaper. When it comes to printing materials, the development of biomaterials opens up plenty of opportunities for new value-added uses of cellulose. 3D printing of biomaterials provides companies with a way to make cost-efficient customised products that save on materials and are environmentally sustainable. The seminar will present promising examples of cellulose-based insulation materials, for example.

Admission to the PulPaper exhibition is free of charge. You can now register for the paid programmes – PulPaper Conference, Business Forum and 3D Printing of Biomaterials – at www.pulpaper.fi. In addition, you can sign up for two excursions to visit pioneering companies in the field. Visits to Metsä Group’s new Äänekoski bioproduct mill and Kotkamills’ board mill will be organised on 31 May and 1 June.

Facts and figures
Forest industry products account for about 20 per cent of Finnish exports, and the industry is important to the country’s success. The forest industry is a major employer, particularly in rural regions – it employs about 41,000 people directly and around 140,000 indirectly. Finland has 49 paper and pulp mills, and more than 200 industrial sawmills, panel factories and other companies manufacturing wood products. The current products will serve as the basis of business in the years ahead, too, as next-generation paper, packaging and wood products are developed continuously. In addition, new bioeconomy products and business functions are being developed alongside the current products. The bioeconomy will create new companies, jobs and prosperity.

PulPaper, PacTec and Wood & Bioenergy are events with a wide-ranging focus on the forest industry. They will be held at Messukeskus in Helsinki on 29–31 May 2018. The event was last held in 2014, when it attracted visitors from 70 countries. About 400 companies will participate in the exhibition and around 10,000 visitors are expected.

> Visit the website at: https://pulpaper.messukeskus.com/

You are invited to contact us for further information, visit us at the Exhibition PulPaper 2018 in Helsinki, Finland. We are represented by ProBoreal Oy in stand 6 M71.

New Production Manager at Clean Combustion AB

Thomas EhnöWe welcome Thomas Ehnö as Production Manager at Clean Combustion Technologies Sweden AB. Thomas has extensive experience in mechanical industry and manufacturing, both as an employee and self-employed. One of the first major tasks was to coordinate and monitor the delivery of a rotary kiln burner with associated systems to ACWCI - in Jordan. Installation and commissioning is expected to take place in December 2017.

Rotary Kiln Burner system for delivery ACWCI - Jordan

Petra 1Rotary Kiln Burner System, 33MW 

Delivery of Petra 1 a Rotary Kiln Burner system took place at Clean Combustion assembly facilty at IBR, Åtvidaberg, Sweden on Friday 27th October. The Rotary Kiln Burner with command and control systems and peripheral equipment such as a furnace monitoring system are destined to Jordan for use in The Arab White Cement Factory that is located in the city of Zarqa in the Dulayil area.

Erection and commissioning are scheduled for December, 2017. The Rotary Kiln burner system will bring large operational benefits, significantly increase energy efficiency and reduce emissions within the Cement production industry.

The Arab White Cement Company was established in 1982 with joint Jordanian-Syrian capital. The company has a factory located in the Wadi Al-Dilil area in northeast Jordan. The company has been producing white cement since 1985 with a capacity of 300 tons of cement per day. Visit the ACWCI website <<

Efficiency: 33 MW
Fuel: Oil and Gas NCG
Weight: 2100 kg
Dimensions: 864 x 95 x 60 cm

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Arab International Conference & Exhibition on White Cement and Related Building Materials

Clean Combustion Technology Sweden AB is participating in the Arab International Conference and Exhibition on White Cement and Related Building Materials – Future outlook in light of new technologies, in cooperation with AUCBM General Secretariat. the conference will take place at the Grand Hyatt Amman on 8 - 9 May 2017. We invite you to Booth no 11, for more information and presentation of our dynamic burners, systems and surveillance technology.

8 - 9 May 2017
Amman, Jordan

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www.aucbm.org <<

Clean Combustion becomes agent for Thermoteknix Systems Ltd

Centurion TK 50We have recently signed an exclusive agent agreement with Thermoteknix Systems Ltd  covering Sweden, Norway and the Russian Federation, the agreement is effective from 1st March 2017. We are grateful that we got entrusted to represent and sell Thermoteknix quality, high end camera, scanner and monitoring technology.

Thermoteknix has over 30 years experience of delivering innovative technology in infrared (IR) imaging and thermal measurement based hardware, systems and software application products throughout the world.

>> View all Thermoteknix Products

Clean Combustion to provide a Lime Kiln Burner System to Södra Cell

Södra Cell MörrumSödra Cell, MörrumÅtvidaberg, Sweden – Clean Combustion and Södra Cell Mörrum Mill have signed, with Elof Hansson International as distributor, an agreement to supply a complete Lime Kiln Burner system in November 2016. The scope covers design, manufacturing, delivery, dismantling, commissioning and performance tuning of the Lime Kiln Burner System.

On 16 February 2016, the Board of Directors of Södra decided to invest about €103 million in the pulp mill at Mörrum. The investment is the second stage of a long term initiative at Södra Cell Mörrum, and will increase the mill's capacity by 45,000 tons.

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Clean Combustion joins India-Sweden Innovations’ Accelerator

Innovations AcceleratorÅtvidaberg, Sweden – Clean Combustion will participate in the India-Sweden Innovations’ Accelerator program that covers the whole chain of innovations within the area of renewable energy and energy efficiency. It is a platform to build much-needed bridges towards joint innovation, research, development and deployment, which answer shared needs and are of mutual benefit.

India and Sweden share a common objective on the need for innovation, to build domestic competitiveness and to respond to growing demands in an energy-constrained world.

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ProBoreal to market Clean Combustion products in Finland

ProborealKjell Myrén och Jarmo AlankoÅtvidaberg, Sweden – Elof Hansson International AB, Clean Combustion Technologies AB and ProBoreal Oy have reached an agreement for marketing co-operation in Finland. ProBoreal will now market and promote Clean Combustion products in Finland.

“The ProBoreal-promoted activities will secure further business opportunities and real customer value for the ProBoreal customer network,” says Clean Combustion CEO Kjell Myrén.

“CleanCombustion has technologically advanced products that fit perfectly into our strategy to grow in the energy business, especially keeping in mind new bio-based fuels and new energy sources,” says Jarmo Alanko, Managing Director of ProBoreal. “We are thrilled about the co-operation with CleanCombustion, whose values and passion for new business are also very similar to our own.”

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Clean Combustion launches three new models of Furnace Flame Cameras

clean combustion camera 1Åtvidaberg, Sweden – Energy technology company Clean Combustion has acquired the sales and marketing rights of Meitech’s Furnace Flame Cameras

“We are strengthening our product offering,” says Clean Combustion CEO Kjell Myrén. “We now have the control to develop Furnace Flame Cameras for integrated burner controls in the main control system (DCS). This is integral for our global growth strategy.”

A Furnace Flame Camera is an important tool to improve environmental and process values ​​associated with combustion, and is a natural component of an effective Burner Control System (BCS).

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Clean Combustion secures future growth through strengthened ownership

burner control

Åtvidaberg, Sweden – ALMI Invest and Elof Hansson International have invested a total of 5 million SEK in the energy technology company Clean Combustion. The funds from the directed shares issue will secure Clean Combustion’s further growth opportunities.

“We have now gained our ‘Dream Team’ to secure our global expansion,” says Kjell Myrén, the CEO of Clean Combustion. “We received all our wishes to continue our groth: access to an existing global sales organisation, a professional executive board, sufficient funding and a massive amount of experience.”

Clean Combustion’s combustion solutions with burners and control systems are mostly sold to customers within the pulp and paper industry. The technology installed by Clean Combustions allows the client to fire multiple fuels simultaneously, which reduces operative costs while increasing process efficiency. This increases the profitability of the plant while reducing emissions.

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