Last week, Antoine Hofer, TEI’s Technical Sales Director, Quebec and Eastern Canada exhibited at the 2019 Paperweek Canada international conference for the Forest Products Industry in Canada.
Antoine had this to say about the event:
“PaperWeek is always a hit for our company. It provides us an opportunity to connect with our pulp & paper customers and partners, as well as learn about the latest industry research, advancement, and innovation. The information sessions on 'Cascades Energy Management System' presented by Etienne Fobasso & Jean-Philippe Levesque, and 'Reducing GHG Emissions with Process Integration and process water heating' by André-Anne De Gagné & Geatan Noel, GAAMA, were particularly informative.”
PaperWeek is the most important gathering for the pulp and paper industry in Canada. The conference's unique blend of business and technical sessions brings in key players and decision makers from all aspects of the sector.
TEI products are a natural fit for Pulp & Paper
Dryers, paper machines, smelt dissolving tanks, heated cylinders/rolls, and other pulp and paper machines and processes are all ideal applications for Thermal Energy’s energy efficiency solutions, making PaperWeek an ideal space to connect with industry leaders, managers, engineers, and suppliers.
Typical paper mills use most of their energy in the drying process. In fact, up to 80% of a paper mill’s energy can be used for drying the product. Our FLU-ACE® heat recovery technology can recover as much as 90% of the heat normally lost in the form of water. For the pulp and paper industry, TEI’s products are capable of returning natural gas savings of more than 35% while reducing mill greenhouse gas emissions by more than 20%.
Our proprietary products that are ideal for paper mills include:
Learn more about TEI’s sustainability solutions for the Pulp and Paper industry.