We worked in full synergy with the Customer in order to recover the existing technology, if possible.

Hence we started from an existing Pulper, where we provided a new high-efficiency aggregate (LCB26) and modified the tank’s geometry.

OMC’s historic company requests us a solution to treat the water of the Odra river, characterised by many suspended solids and high hardness, bringing it to a specific quality, suitable for the production of TISSUE paper. The biological treatment of waste water is also requested.

A paper mill located in Zárate, Argentinian city in the province of Buenos Aires, requested OMC a system to recover waters coming from their existing lagoon biological system, with the aim to recover part of the treated water to make it suitable for industrial uses.

At the heart of the Red Sea, OMC installs a system operating on two parallel and independent lines. The sea water is conveyed to a collection tank through five wells. Through a lifting station, the sea water is conveyed to the following sand filtering process.

The scope is to reduce collection and consumption of fresh water, hence it requested OMC, the possibility to collect and treat part of the water coming from the drainage of a biological system in the city and make it suitable for industrial uses, respecting the rules set forth for paper production.

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We worked in full synergy with the Customer in order to recover the existing technology, if possible.

Hence we started from an existing Pulper, where we provided a new high-efficiency aggregate (LCB26) and modified the tank’s geometry.

OMC’s historic company requests us a solution to treat the water of the Odra river, characterised by many suspended solids and high hardness, bringing it to a specific quality, suitable for the production of TISSUE paper. The biological treatment of waste water is also requested.

A paper mill located in Zárate, Argentinian city in the province of Buenos Aires, requested OMC a system to recover waters coming from their existing lagoon biological system, with the aim to recover part of the treated water to make it suitable for industrial uses.

At the heart of the Red Sea, OMC installs a system operating on two parallel and independent lines. The sea water is conveyed to a collection tank through five wells. Through a lifting station, the sea water is conveyed to the following sand filtering process.

The scope is to reduce collection and consumption of fresh water, hence it requested OMC, the possibility to collect and treat part of the water coming from the drainage of a biological system in the city and make it suitable for industrial uses, respecting the rules set forth for paper production.

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I ACCEPT I declare that I have read and accepted the privacy policy pursuant to art. 13 of Legislative Decree no. 196/2003 and I consent to the processing of personal data for promotional and commercial purposes.