CLEVER 3000 is an integrated system for STARCH SOLUTION production. It’s able to use any type of starch and it can measure and control SLURRY and WELD CONCENTRATIONS.
It is the result of cooperation along years with starch producers. The systems are working in production environments with excellent results.
The last introduced feature is the measure and control of slurry and weld concentrations. This is made without use of dedicated instruments, but using a mathematical model based on a not linear differential equations system, resolved iteratively by numerical techniques. The experimental validations gave us excellent results and our customers are very satisfied.
Currently there aren't, in the world, plants that have this feature.
We can demostrate how the simple saving of one percentage point in the weld concentration will result in large cost savings and very small return of investment time, that, in some cases, can be less than 2 years.
- Flexible and customizable according to customer needs
- CONCENTRATION measurement and control
- It allows maximum accuracy and reproducibility in the process, thanks to feedback control mechanisms, for each physical quantities involved
- Management of historical archives using SQL server technology
- Predictive maintenance
- Export data to Excel and Access
- Offline analysis of production processes
- Remote assistance, remote control and sending mail
- Display and real-time control of the concentration of the slurry and the solid, in order to use only the amount of starch that is used strictly for the treatment of the paper, and resulting in significant cost reduction for starch
- Lower and more simple activity request to the operator, with consequent reduction of conducting costs
- Decrease required time for the starch solution preparation
- Increase stability and repeatability of the properties of the solution
- Accuracy of dosages
The integrated system is made in stainless steel and its standard size is: 2400x2000 H 2200 mm.
We can cook up to 1000 kg/h of powder starch. The concentrations are about 7% with cationic starch and up to 40% with dextrin.