ANDRITZ successfully starts up second tissue paper machine with steel Yankee for Zhejiang Jingxing Paper, China
Following start-up of TM1 in January of this year, international technology Group ANDRITZ has successfully started up the second tissue paper machine with steel Yankee supplied to Zhejiang Jingxing Paper, China.
The PrimeLineST C8 machine has a design speed of 1,900 m/min at a width of 2.85 m. The Yankee, manufactured entirely of steel, has a diameter of 18 feet. In combination with its head insulation and the steam-heated hood, it enables a high drying capacity at reduced energy costs.
At its Pinghu City location, Zhejiang Province, Zhejiany Jingxing Paper produces high-quality facial wipes and toilet paper grades.
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