Paper and Board
SuperDryer™ for Pulp and Fibers
A breakthrough scalable and CO2 negative drying system for virgin pulp including CTMP, recycled pulp including OCC, virgin and recycled textile fibers and new cellulose-based fibers. 100% emission free, heat and moisture recovery up to 100%. SuperDryer™ is designed to run with renewable energy and it replaces old, dirty and energy consuming technologies.
GHG and Carbon Capture
Climate change. The 1.5 degree target. The net zero target. So many targets and so little time. Luckily, it is the passion of our R&D team to use their theoretical and hands-on approach and overcome challenges. Unlike other carbon capture technologies, we stop the harm before it is done.
Successful start-up of Shanying PM53
PM53 of Shanying Paper, Guangdong, China, is successfully started up and put into operation as scheduled. TM Systems® delivered process air systems to this 9,3 meters wide paper machine that produces ...
Born Global 2022 Award to TM Systems®
We are very pleased to inform that TM System Finland Oy has won The Born Global 2022 Award in the Europe Forum held in Turku Finland on 24.-26. August 2022. The Born Global Award was presented to TM S...
From Fossil Energy to Renewables
Is the continuity of your business in danger because of blocked gas supplies? Are you searching quick alternatives to change from fossil fuels to renewables?
SuperDryer™ for Biomass, Sludges and Industrial Sidestreams
A breakthrough scalable and CO2 negative drying system for biomass, sludges and industrial sidestreams and rejects. 100% emission free, heat and moisture recovery up to 100%. SuperDryer™ is designed to run with renewable energy and it replaces old, dirty and energy consuming technologies.
Zero emissions, zero fog, zero noise, zero dust, zero odor. Zero-Ex® is a self-powered emission capture technology for capturing visible vapor, odor and emissions together with remarkable energy capturing possibilities and environmental benefits. Zero-Ex® is tailor-made to suit any emissions type, whether it is gases, particle matter, fumes or odor.
Drying is one of the most energy intensive and often the most expensive process in many industries. An example from the pulp and paper industry: as much as 70% of the total energy is used for drying. Accordingly, as much as 70% of the GHG emissions is caused by drying.
Rule number one: make sure that you choose the most energy efficient technologies. It is the only way towards lower energy consumption and bigger energy savings. And towards bigger cost savings. And, finally, towards sustainability.