Pinola D-TOR RS201105

The Pinola tall oil dynamic reactor's primary function is the reacting and splitting of tall oil soap with acid. Its unique two chamber design with impellers allows full flow contact eliminating short circuiting. This ensures the complete reaction of all jonic compounds at near stoichiometric balance. The Pinola D-TOR is one of the key components in the Pinola Tall Oil Production Plant, TOPP, process and can also be incorporated into existing batch or continuous crude tall oil plants.

Pinola D-TOM MS201105

The Pinola dynamic tall oil mixer's primary function is the conditioning and homogenisation of tall oil soap prior to acidulation. Its unique two chamber design with impellers ensures full flow contact eliminating short circuiting. The Pinola D-TOM is one of the key components in the Pinola Tall Oil Production Plant, TOPP, process and can also be incorporated into existing batch or continuous crude tall oil plants

Pinola Topp TS201105

TOPP Tall Oil Production Plant
The Pinola TOPP produces high quality crude tall oil at a yield of 98%, first pass. The plants main components, a dynamic mixer, dynamic reactor and a high speed centrifugal separator offer a compact, low maintenance energyefficient solution.The Pinola TOPP technology is supplied skid mounted, factory tested and CE marked. Site installation is reduced to connecting the Pinola TOPP interfaces for electrical, automation and piping with your existing plant configuration.

Pinola Bliss BS20110

BLiSS* Black Liquor Soap Separation
The Pinola BLiSS technology replaces existing homogenisation and soap skimming tanks with centrifugal separators, reducing the residence time and plant footprint drastically. BLiSS reduces scaling problems in the evaporation plant and increases the recovery boiler capacity leading to increased chemical recovery.

Pinola Brochure PB201105

The Pinola Technology platform provides kraft pulp mills with a more efficient alternative for handling and processing their kraft soap compared to the traditional and less effective skimming, decantation and homogenisation tanks. Modern centrifugal separators replace these large volume tanks reducing the process footprint and providing greater energy efficiency within the recovery island. Utilising centrifugal forces for separation achieves a reduced process residence time from days to minutes.