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Heat Recovery Solutions for
Paper and Tissue Mills

Organized by the PAPTAC Energy Committee / Organisé par le Comité PAPTAC de l'énergie

About the Energy Committee / À propos du Comité de l'énergie

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  When / quand: Dec. 13, 2018
13:00 – 14:00 ET

 
Registration / inscription: Free for PAPTAC members / Gratuit pour les membres
50 $ for non-members / pour les non-membres
  Speaker / Conférencier:
Lawrence Yane
Enerquin Air
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Paper and tissue machines and machine rooms require a tremendous amount of heated supply air to maximize production throughput, maintain high finished product quality level, protect assets and provide a safe and comfortable working environment for staff. Heat recovery involves capturing waste heat and using it to pre-heat supply air for systems such as:
- dryer runnability components
- general hood make-up air
- building ventilation air
- roof supply air

Recovering energy from all viable heat sources is essential for staying competitive in the paperboard market and represents an effective path toward reduced greenhouse emissions. This presentation provides an overview on the most common heat sources and heat sinks along with the functionality of various types of heat recovery equipment. General guidelines will be presented that can help identify heat recovery project that have the greatest impact and shortest return on investment.

 
Lawrence Yane
Sales Engineer
Enerquin Air
 

Based at Corporate Headquarters in Montreal, Lawrence Yane’s is Sales Engineer for Enerquin Air Inc., responsible for Asia, USA Mid-West, West Coast, and New England.

Mr. Yane has a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (1994) and Master of Science (1997) from McGill University (Montreal, Canada) and has spent his entire professional career in Technical Sales and Product Development.

He works closely with clients on paper air systems issues, focusing on drying efficiency and optimisation which are key factors for maximum production and profitability.

 
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