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Pulp And Paper

Detect the Metals that matter to you

Sensing metals in Pulp and Paper

Metals have myriad effects on the pulp and paper process, both in machinery maintenance and in purity and quality of product.

Metals like iron, manganese and copper can have effects on the bleaching process which can darken the paper, reducing quality and directly affecting the value of the final product.

Metals can enter the process from the source water, which may not be consistently pure enough for your process, a fact e can confirm with continuous input water monitoring.  Metals can also increase throughout process due to some additives required for other processes. For example, alum has been known to contain iron in some cases, leading to deleterious effects.  In addition to in water sources and required process additions, metals can get into the process from the wood itself, which can contain iron, manganese, copper, aluminum, calcium, and magnesium. Zinc, cobalt and barium have also been found in wood on occasion, depending on the source of the lumber.

Having the data you need to respond to changes in your water quickly is vital for pure, white paper that generates the most revenue. Our sensors can help you achieve these goals.


Current Contaminants​

Contact us to see how we can help with detection of:

  • Aluminum
  • Arsenic
  • Bismuth
  • Barium
  • Cadmium
  • Calcium
  • Chlorine
  • Chromium
  • Copper
  • Hardness
  • Gallium
  • Indium
  • Iron
  • Lead
  • Lithium
  • Magnesium
  • Manganese
  • Nickle
  • Sodium
  • Silver
  • Selenium
  • Mercury
  • Zinc


Connects to Any Flow of Water

Connect our sensor to any pipe or water flow where you need the data now.

Self Cleaning and Self Calibrating

We take care of ourselves. Our sensors are self cleaning and self calibrating, so you don’t have to worry.

Fully Automated

All our sensors are fully automated, with no skilled user required.

Maintenance and Support

We never abandon you. Our sensors are supported and maintained throughout their life in your facility.


Suitable for multiple applications

  • Detection levels from 1 PPM to 100 PPT depending on application
  • Automated
  • Self calibrated
  • Self cleaning
  • Results to screen or SCADA system


Installation Requirements for our Sensors

  • Power 120V, 15A circuit
  • Sample source line
  • Waste water line 
  • Clean water line
  • Vent to Atmosphere
  • Internet connectivity
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