Multicylinder drying Contact drying with a multicylinder drying section is the most common drying method in paper and board manufacture. Cylinder drying affords several benefits for paper manufacture. First, its energy efficiency is good. Second, steam fits well with the energy infrastructure of the paper and board industry. In addition, cylinder drying enables supported web
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Professor Jouni Paltakari, Aalto University
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