In the „Tissue“ sector, our focus is on the following components:

Stock preparation and approach flow
  • Pulping
  • Refining
  • Consistency Control
  • Stock Blending  
  • Chemical Dosing
  • Automation
Tissue machine
  • Forming
  • Pressing
  • Clothing
  • TAD section
  • Yankee
  • Doctoring
  • Chemical coating
  • Automation
Air and energy
  • HTH and PAS
  • Steam and condensate system
  • Heat recovery
  • TAD drying and PAS
  • Co-Generation
  • Dust removal system
  • Vacuum system
  • Boiler
  • Room ventilation
  • Unwinding
  • Rewinding
  • Dust removal system
  • Sheet run

Consumption of tissue paper will grow from around 38 Mto to 50 Mto by 2030. In contrast to paper and board production, tissue production plants are smaller in terms of investment and production volume, but much closer to the market and therefore also closer to the customer. There is not a day when we do not use tissue, in whatever form. It is part of our daily life and therefore also determines the impact on our environment - on the one hand through resource consumption, on the other hand through emissions. We have divided the manufacturing process of tissue into 4 sub-processes and can provide support for each.


Whether using pulp, mechanical pulp, recovered paper or woodfree fibers, stock preparation must be optimally matched to the raw material in order to keep energy and water consumption low, and to ensure the required paper properties. The process must be kept as stable as possible and fluctuations in quality and quantity must be detected at an early stage and counteracted if necessary.


Consistency increase as well as formation and cross-profile improvement at the headbox bring significant energy savings and runnability improvement. Further potential savings are possible by using the right clothing and an optimized press. Yankee dewatering and the application and use of the right coating are prerequisites for stable operation on the Yankee, good creping doctor work, and good quality.

We also make an important contribution in the provision of drying energy. Whether the focus is on the use of gas or oil, or increasingly on biomass or electricity, our expertise provides them with important basic information on economic efficiency, sustainability and emissions.


Drying is the most energy-intensive part of paper production. This applies to all types of drying, whether contact drying, convection drying or through-flow drying. Significant improvements have been made by tissue producers and machine suppliers in recent years. But are these findings also being applied to all production equipment? We want to do our part so that our customers know exactly how efficient their production plant is. And we want to identify potential for improvement, including economic considerations.

The assessment of energy supply is also becoming more and more important. Whether gas, oil or CO2 neutral energy sources such as biomass or electric power - they are all part of our expertise. We don´t see CO2-free tissue production – we see it already as a reality.


Many tissue producers supply only parent rolls, which are then further converted into end products. These parent rolls must be supplied in two, three or sometimes four plies. This multi-ply is produced with combining winders and is still part of the tissue (parent roll) production. We offer our customers 360° consulting in tissue production - from the delivered pulp to the parent roll.