Klippans Bruk boosts coloured and white, high-quality tissue capacity with investment
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Klippans Bruk has started up its Recard- supplied PM11.

This new machine will add an annual capacity of 30,000tpy of coloured and white, high-quality tissue to the market.

Recard’s supply is based in a turn key project and includes a tissue machine Crescent Former with a maximum operating speed of 1.700mpm, trim at reel by 3.200mm and with a gross production capacity of 110tpd.

Auxiliaries systems serving the machine are duo system hood, steam and condensate system, vacuum system, mist removal system and dust suction system.

The scope of supply includes a stock preparation system for 100% pre-dried virgin pulp, broke line, approach flow system, fibre recovery system and water distribution.

Klippans Bruk began papermaking in 1573 when renowned astronomer Tycho Brahe ́s uncle started producing paper near the monastery at Herrevadskloster.

Tissue paper production for napkins started at the site in 1962.