Continuous Cooking System

Continuous cooking process refers to the whole continuous process from feeding to discharging, which is mainly used to alkaline pulping and nitrite cooking, prehydrolysis sulfate and sulfite cooking. Nowadays it’s developed and applied to various raw materials of pulping including wood chips, non-wood fiber of raw materials with loosing structures and easy penetration such as bagasse, reeds, wheat straw, rice straw, etc.


continuous cooking system for paper pulp


Advantages of continuous cooking system

  • Lower energy consumption: lower steam and electricity consumption, without peak load
  • Higher paper pulp production, smaller floor space
  • Low consumption of per unit of chemicals
  • More homogenized cooking and less rejects
  • Easier to realize automation
  • Low labor intensity
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