Canfor Fiber Recovery
Logging and wood products manufacturing is still the most visible face of British Columbia, with sawmilling ranking as the province's biggest manufacturing industry. A key characteristic of this industry is its resilience and ability to raise productivity and increase its competitiveness in the face of new challenges.
Increase Fiber Recovery in Confined Space
Canfor contacted BM&M with the goal of increasing valuable fiber recovery with a tight installation footprint.
Double the Removal Capability with the "Twin Fines" Chip Screen
The equipment selected was a BM&M 10’ wide x 14’ long 3-Deck “Twin Fines” Counterflow Chip Screen for their Clear Lake Division. The unique “Twin Fines” model utilizes a total of 28’ of deck length in a reduced 14’ footprint, effectively doubling the fines removal capability, producing:
- Increased Fiber Recovery Rates
- Reduced Residual Fines Waste
Did you know…
BM&M introduced their first version of a high-speed gyratory chip screen to BC’s Forest Industry back in 1968 by its founder Tom Humphrey, P.Eng. His original design and workmanship can still be seen in today’s machines.
All BM&M screening equipment includes:
- 3-Year Drive Warranty
- Written Performance Guarantee
- Pre and Post-Sales Laboratory Testing