Pulp and Paper
Wood pulp is the primary raw material in the production of paper and is primarily obtained from cellulose fibres found in forestry. There are several methods to extracting pulp including thermos-mechanical (TMP), chemical (kraft) and removing pulp from recycled paper.
The pulp extraction processes are complex, and at Clear Edge, we rely on our years of experience to supply robust filtration products for each application and, we tailor filter fabrics precisely for each step. The key areas where solid and liquid separation takes place is in the washing, thickening and dewatering stages. With decades of product development in our global laboratories, we have designed specific filter media for each stage including rotary vacuum drums for brown stock and bleach pulp washing stages as well as multi-roll belt filters for dewatering and sludge dewatering. For thickening stages, we supply disc filters, twin wire press filters and gravity thickeners.
Our exclusive range of filter media for pulp processes include:
Clear Edge has a rich history of supplying a broad range of filtration products to the several applications within the paper mill process. With an increasing commitment to the environment, we play an essential role in ensuring the filtration of waste paper and water meets local regulations to produce recycled paper. We uniquely tailor filter media for every step of your paper mill process from washing and thickening to dewatering. We deliver high quality fabrics to ensure you get the best results.
At Clear Edge, our exclusive range of filter media for paper processes include: