Rolls-Royce has received two new contracts from paper manufacturers in
Europac has ordered one of the RB211-GT61 units, rated at 31MW, for installation at its Dueñas paper mill in northern
Rolls-Royce 501-powered generating sets to become part of a plant providing the electrical and thermal energy (super heated steam) required to support a planned increase in paper production at the site.
Excess electrical power produced by the new plant will be exported to
A planned increase in paper production by Europac’s wholly-owned subsidiary Portucel Viana at its Viana do Castello paper mill in
Both RB211-GT61 units are fitted with a Dry Low Emissions (DLE) combustion system to suppress emissions, a requirement that is now mandatory on all electrical generating equipment installed throughout
The two RB211 engines will be manufactured at the company’s
Shipment of the unit for Europac is scheduled for the second quarter of 2008 with the one for Portucel contracted for the fourth quarter of 2008.