Debarking Articles

  • Eucalyptus Bark Can Be Used As Raw Material For Charcoal Briquette Machine Equipment

    At present, mechanism charcoal is one of the main fuels in the barbecue industry. It has the advantages of no smoke, no odor, no cracking and no sparks when burning, high calorific value, long burning time, and so on. With the increasing awareness of environmental protection in human society and the start of green projects, the production methods of logging and burning charcoal have gradually ...

  • Energy from Eucalyptus: A task for Lindner’s Urraco 75 - Case Study

    Udo Siebert, sales and service partner of Lindner Recyclingtech in Brazil, knows no better machine than Lindner’s all-rounder Urraco 75 to shred eucalyptus bark, which pulp and paper mills as well as wood panel producers in Brazil use to generate RDF to supply their own energy. A market with great potential. ...


    By Lindner-Recyclingtech GmbH

  • Pulp & paper case study - Northwood Pulp & Timber

    Smart Elbow® Triumphs Over Abrasion in Pulp and Paper Industry The first Smart Elbow® installed at Northwood in the hog fuel conveying system (above) worked so well that the two sweep elbows also shown above were eventually replaced with two more 12" cast iron HammerTek Smart Elbows® At Northwood Pulp and Timber Ltd. of Prince George, British Columbia, Maintenance Super-visor ...


    By HammerTek Corporation

  • WSM delivers hog fuel system

    West Salem Machinery has completed delivery of a complete hog fuel screening and hogging system to a major paper manufacturer. The system was fully engineered and manufactured by WSM, including conveyors, magnetics, WSM 48-9 disc screen, WSM 4048BP wood/bark hog with pivot case, and support structures with access platforms. The heavy-duty disc screen provides pre-screening of bark and wood waste, ...

  • Efficient processing of raw material defines the ecological position of natural dyes in textile production

    The production of natural dyes from plant sources available in the moderate climate of Austria (Europe) has been studied. Besides direct agricultural production, additional sources e.g., bark from timber industry and wastes from food industry have been investigated. Model calculations of energy consumption indicate that stabilised plant material e.g., dried plants, is favourable compared to ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

Need help finding the right suppliers? Try XPRT Sourcing. Let the XPRTs do the work for you