HPD has asked me to comment on the following mill conditions, which I am happy to do.
Caustic prices are rising rapidly and chemical makeup costs are starting to create a serious impact on mill profitability.
If you are currently dumping ash to control chlorides or experiencing plugging in your recovery boiler, the Chloride Removal Process (CRP™) may be the solution to these issues.
A CRP System from HPD removes Chlorides, Potassium, and other non-process elements from your recovery cycle improving recovery boiler operation. Additionally, the CRP system will greatly reduce the amount of valuable salt cake lost to reach a given Chloride level, therefore reducing your chemical cost.
Please visit their website (by clicking on the picture above or clicking on "More" below) to learn more about the HPD CRP System or contact one of their process specialists to discuss this system further.
And, I'll add, please tell them you saw them on Nip Impressions.
Answer to last week's riddle: 7:25
Last week's riddle asked: "Jim wakes up one morning in a hurry to get to Rexall for breakfast. He's in such a hurry that he doesn’t drink any coffee. Before he leaves, he sees a numberless analog clock in the mirror. Forgetting that he's looking in the mirror, Jim assumes the clock is inoperable since the time is obviously wrong. It takes Jim (and Fred) 20 minutes to walk to Rexall. When they arrive, the clock in the restaurant reads 2 hours and 30 minutes later than the time Jim saw through the mirror at home. What time did Jim get to Rexall? (Assume that both clocks are working properly.) "
This week's riddle: What accommodation, soon to be retired, included a tennis court, a driving range, a Harrods department store, and a staff of over a thousand, including 10 "gentlemen hosts" to escort unaccompanied women?