Dewatering paper pulp rejects with the Organic Liquefying Press
About this Solution
After its removal from the wet paper pulp, the rejects have a high amount of moisture. The OLP lowers the weight of rejects by 40% to 50% for any input and any level of initial moisture. Commonly used dewatering technologies, such as screw presses, generally show moderate drying results. Often, 40 to 60% of the moisture remains after pressing. By reaching a higher pressure per cm2, the OLP can deliver a more constant quality, resulting in better dewatering effects.