Monday, 19 September 2016 06:56

PT OKI Pulp & Paper embraces BTG’s Lignin Management solution

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PT OKI is installing the innovative BTG's inline sensors and analyzers at their world-class new fiberline in Indonesia. “BTG is proud to partner with PT OKI for this significant project and we are committed to the delivery of results by supplementing our cutting edge measurement technology with best in class service and support”, said Brian Pahl, President, BTG Group.

BTG logo color flat highResolutionThe BTG scope of supply for this project includes pulp consistency transmitters, kappa analyzers, bleach load transmitters, dissolved lignin transmitters as well as brightness, chemical residual sensors and filtrate extractors. The package delivers fast, accurate measurement of critical fiberline variables, embraces simplicity in design, and targets the lowest cost of ownership. The BTG sensors will be central to the control of key metrics including yield and chemical dosage.

About PT OKI Pulp & Paper Mills

PT OKI Pulp and Paper Mills is Asia Pulp and Paper (APP) Group’s latest green field project located in South Sumatra, Indonesia. This millsite under construction is designed to produce 2.5 million tons per year of bleached hardwood kraft pulp in Phase One from two fiberlines. APP is one of the world’s largest pulp and paper manufacturer and is responsible for delivering quality products to meet the growing global demand for tissue, packaging and paper. Today, APP markets its products in more than 120 countries across six continents.

About BTG

BTG is a multinational provider of tailored solutions for the global pulp and paper industry. Our focus is to deliver sustainable gains in business performance for our customers through application expertise and industry-leading technologies.

BTG is an operating unit of Spectris plc, a London listed company based in Egham, UK. We operate four manufacturing sites, three research centers and strategically located regional service and application centers worldwide.

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