Pulp & Paper

M&M Engineering Associates, Inc. understands equipment damage mechanisms and the effects of process changes on existing equipment as well as anyone in the business. Our engineers have been technical leaders in TAPPI, involved in AF&PA and BLRBAC committee work for over 20 years, and have either written or actively contributed to most of the industry-standard TIPS published by the Corrosion and Materials Engineering Committee of TAPPI.

To remain competitive in today’s marketplace, pulp and paper mills need to optimize equipment reliability, efficiency, and safety. Engineering analysis can help minimize outage durations and reduce maintenance costs, while verifying or improving fitness-for-service of mill equipment.

Engineering, maintenance and operations personnel in pulp and paper mills daily face problems due to corrosion, cracking, and deterioration of a wide variety of critical components, including paper machine dryers, structural components, recovery boiler tubes, digesters, tanks, etc. They also are expected to make aging equipment operate safely well beyond initial design life expectations.

For more information on our experience in Pulp & Paper Manufacturing, see this brochure.

To learn more about how we can help, click the links to our services below or contact us.