Are you limited in your evaporator capacity to treat increased black liquor volume?
Need to overcome seal face lubrication issues to achieve increased reliability and reduce water consumption?
During increased rates of industrial processing operations in a pulp, paper or board mill, every mechanical seal application experiences its own set of challenges, often including inadequate seal face lubrication, high heat generation, and dry-running conditions. These can cause leakage, unplanned downtime and even catastrophic equipment failure which can negatively impact operations and profitability. Mean time between repair (MTBR) of mechanical shaft seals can be frequent in these harsh conditions, which means that maintenance costs go up and equipment run time goes down, not to mention the increased expense of catastrophic equipment failure and unplanned downtime.
This webinar will provide insights and real-world case study examples that you can learn from and implement at your own mill for improved results right away.
Our engineering experts will share practical strategies to help you:
- Select the best mechanical seals to improve pump MTBR
- Combine strategic seal support systems and best practice seal water flow control devices
- Implement API/ANSI plans to boost water and energy savings
- Address intermittent dry running conditions
- Overcome poor lubricating fluids
- Process liquids above their atmospheric boiling point
- Process abrasive slurries
- Reduce energy consumption
- Minimize leakage and water waste
- Improve the reliability of rotating equipment to achieve rising productivity and environmental goals
Who Should Attend:
- Maintenance Engineers
- Maintenance Managers
- Reliability Engineers
- Rotating Equipment Engineers
- Plant Managers
- EHS Engineers
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Pulp & Paper Market Director
Jussi Sorvoja is responsible for developing new business strategy worldwide and has worked in the sealing industry at John Crane for more than 30 years, in a variety of roles throughout the global organization. Sorvoja holds a B.S. in mechanical engineering from Helsinki University of Technology, Finland. Sorvoja is based in Muurame, Finland.
Metal Bellow Seals Product Engineer
Mark Savage is responsible for the application, design and development of metal bellows seals for pumps, compressors and rotating machinery. He has worked in the sealing industry for 24 years and holds a bachelor of engineering (mechanical) from the University of Sydney, Australia. He is based in Warwick, Rhode Island, USA.
Global Product Manager
Nick Whyte is a global product manager at John Crane, responsible for the application, design and development of standard cartridge seals for pumps and rotating machinery. He has worked in the sealing industry for 20 years and is based in Manchester, United Kingdom.