100% Employee Owned, Founded 1954

100% Employee Owned, Founded 1954

100% Employee Owned, Founded 1954

Pulp and Paper Industry Offering

Cross Company Process Instrumentation & Valves provides product solutions that help boost productivity, lower costs and increase quality to meet the demands of the Pulp and Paper industries, one of the world’s most basic and most useful commodities.

You have strategic goals around increasing operating margins, capital efficiency, and improving health, safety, and environmental performance. Cross Company offers leading digitally integrated systems, valves, flow and level measurement devices, as well as solutions to enhance PPE (Personal Protective Equipment), process safety, environmental compliance, energy efficiency, and physical security.

Common Applications

  • Chippers and debarking equipment
  • Digesting systems
  • Wet end controls
  • Dryers and drying systems
  • Bleaching systems

Products, Services, and Complete Solutions

  • Digital control valves
  • Custom valve assemblies
  • Oxygen analyzers
  • Flow solutions
  • Gas detectors
  • Level measurement
  • Steam gages
  • Flame scanners
  • Stainless steel fittings and valves
  • Industrial wireless

Interested in learning more about how Cross company can help your operation? Contact us today to discuss your application with a Cross team member.

Learn more about our products, services, and solutions for the agricultural industry

Technical Note

Take a look at a technical note from our partner provider Jogler.

Black liquor is a waste product found in paper mills from the processes used to break pulp wood down into usable fibers. Many different methods are used to wash black liquor from the fibers before they are sent to the paper / cardboard making sections of the mill, one of which is a black liquor Chemi-Washer.

Guided Wave Radar was rejected as a measurement tool in the chemi-washer due to false readings caused by solids buildup on the probe. Keep reading to learn more about how our Premier Level Products provided the solution.

Jogler Technical Note