They reduce energy costs and chemical consumption, as they are more efficient, and they also have better quality control sensors and increase paper uniformity. This efficiency impacts paper quality because it guarantees the exact usage of chemicals and the correct process parameters, resulting in the best quality paper. Modern paper machines are designed to achieve the best paper characteristics.

As they are controlled by a sophisticated control system, the paper they produce is very stable and has optimized characteristics. This allows you to control the fiber direction (Machine Direction – MD; Cross-machine Direction – CD) in order to get a homogeneous paper.