Meet Team Kadant – Chad Millington, Application & Engineering Specialist for Water Management
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Common Ceramic Wear Surface Definitions
Ceramic wear surfaces are used in paper machine applications and can reduce energy consumption and increase wear life. Learn common materials and definitions.
Recently Kadant achieved a sales milestone with 1,000 M-clean systems sold worldwide. This equipment is renowned for its ability to effectively clean dryer fabrics operating in the most demanding applications.
A thermocompressor is a device used to boost low-pressure steam to higher pressures for reuse in multiple applications.
Aleksey Napolskih, Corporate IT / Global ERP Manager, has always had an interest in electronics and fixing computers. Learn more about Aleksey.
Repairing and refurbishing worn piston type (PT or PTX) rotary joints can restore them to a “like-new” condition while avoiding the cost of a new rotary joint. Learn about choosing the right repair kit.
Is shower oscillation really that important? The simple answer is yes and there are several reasons why. Learn about them in this blog post.
Kadant manufactures over 30 unique scraper blades using a variety of composite, metal, and advanced nanotechnology materials. Choose the right scraper blade for your application with this guide.
Jackie Bowen, Director of Human Resources for Kadant Johnson, has a degree in Industrial Psychology from the University of Michigan.
The LJX rotary joint and rigid syphon system is designed for critical preheater and preconditioner rolls used in corrugated packaging manufacturing.
Doctor blades and roll cleaning blades are made from plastics, metals, and composite materials. Learn about the six essential doctor blade and roll cleaning blade tips.
Desuperheated steam results when “superheated” steam either naturally or by design is reduced in temperature to the saturated steam temperature or slightly above.
With over 1,000 installations worldwide, the M-clean™ system continues to be a go-to solution for fabric cleaning equipment in the pulp and paper industry.