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.
Paper and Board
TM Systems® develops and delivers energy efficient air technology and emission control to the paper and board industry. Our services cover everything from process design to turnkey deliveries of complete ventilation systems.
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?
STORA ENSO IMATRA: HEAT RECOVERY AND MACHINE HALL VENTILATION IMPROVEMENT
”We see clear energy savings”, says Pasi Lampinen, Stora Enso Imatra mills Stora Enso Imatra mills at Kaukopää, Finland wanted to increase ...
TM Systems® develops and delivers energy efficient air technology and emission control to the pulp industry. Our services cover everything from process design to turnkey deliveries of complete ventilation systems.
Mechanical Wood Processing
TM Systems® innovative solutions fulfill all production requirements set by companies specializing in mechanical wood processing. Our services cover everything from process design to turnkey deliveries of complete ventilation systems.
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.
The tightening EU regulations and global green transition call for energy recovery from waste. Instead of landfilling, waste is recycled in biogas and solid fuel production. TM Systems® offers innovative solutions for the manufacturing process ensuring that the operation of your biopower plant is both economically and environmentally sustainable.
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.