4 edition of Pulp and paper manufacture found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Michael J. Kocurek and Frederick Stevens|
|Contributions||Kocurek, M. J., Stevens, Frederick, Joint Textbook Committee of the Paper Industry|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||091989304X, 0919893074, 1919893716|
Used on both sheet-fed and web presses. Wove paper does not exhibit "laidlines", which are small regular lines left behind on paper when it was handmade in a mould made from rows of metal wires or bamboo. Packaging papers: These papers are used to wrap or package consumer and industrial products such as grocer's bags and sacks, shopping and merchandise bags, and multiwall shipping sacks used for shipping such products as cement, flour, sugar, chemicals and animal food. The Canadian industry began in the s, and has undergone revolutionary changes over the years. White kraft envelope: Fourdrinier machine-finished or machine-glazed paper usually made from bleached sulfate pulp, in white and colors.
This expansion was fueled by the barriers that existed to entering the newsprint industry, the interest in exploiting previously unused tree species and the drive by foreign interests to secure dependable and relatively inexpensive sources of raw pulp. Paper towels are often embossed during the converting process for additional cleaning strength or absorption. Last Edited March 4, The pulp and paper industry consists of manufacturing enterprises that convert predominantly woody plant material into a wide variety of pulps, papers and paperboards. New ideas and innovations also hold out hope for the future. Paper Manufacture Posted on by admin There are two fundamental steps in papermaking.
The third section, the drier section, consists of two or more tiers of driers. Coated papers are stocks that have received a mineral coating, usually clay, to improve their printability and appearance. Brown pulp: A mechanical pulp made from wood, which is steamed before grinding. The few newsprint companies in British Columbia — Pacific Mills and Powell River — operated virtually independently of their eastern rivals. The layers are combined on a corrugator, a machine that presses corrugations into the medium and laminates a layer of linerboard to each side.
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Except for certain special papers e. Designed for advertising printing, the principal use of text papers is for booklets, brochures, fine books, announcements, annual reports, menus, folders, etc.
Cut into logs and taken to the mill. Rag content bond may vary from 25 to percent cotton fibre content. Mechanical paper: Papers other than newsprint, made with substantial proportions of mechanical pulp, and used for printing or converting. No single material combines all these properties but all should be permanent and should be treated to resist moisture absorption.
New ideas and innovations also hold out hope for the future. Brown kraft envelope: Fourdrinier machine-finished or machine-glazed paper usually made from unbleached sulfate pulp or dyed bleached sulfate pulp, used in the manufacture of envelopes when strength is a primary requirement.
Coated book paper must be uniformly smooth, receptive to printing inks, have high brightness and gloss, and be capable of folding without cracking.
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Strength is impaired because the fibres may be cut. The distinction is not great, but paperboard is heavier in basis weight, thicker, and more rigid than paper. The stock is beaten to a medium degree and usually well sized to prevent penetration of moisture.
Paper made from chemical pulps are also known as wood-free papers —not to be confused with tree-free paper ; this is because they do not contain lignin, which deteriorates over time.
Offset paper: Paper designed for use in offset lithography. Dissolving Sulfite Pulp at dissolving sulfite mills for the following grades: nitration, viscose, cellophane, and acetate E.
Also refers to grades made in a given mill that are not the primary products of that mill. Paperboard is commonly made from wood pulp, straw, wastepaper, or a combination of these materials. The most abundant source of cellulose is the forest, though trees differ in the value of their fibre for making paper.
In the wet end, the pulp or stock flows from a headbox through a slice onto a moving en dless belt of wire cloth, called the fourdrinier wire or wire, made of brass, bronze, stainless steel, or plastic.
Desirable characteristics here are appearance, strength, and durability. See also kraft process ; sulfite process. It is used for books, brochures, and magazines where halftone printing in the range of a — line screen is required.
Cylinder paper machine: One of the principal types of papermaking machines, characterized by the use of wire-covered cylinders or molds. Within the drier section and at a point at least 50 percent along the drying curve, a breaker stack is sometimes used for imparting finish and to facilitate drying.
Free Sheet: Paper free of mechanical wood pulp or paper made from pulps having a high freeness the rate at which water drains from a stock suspension through a wire mesh screen or a perforated plate.
Coatings of the extrusion type are normally quite quick, solvent based and applied at elevated temperatures, usually associated with plastics. Pulp: Fibrous material prepared from wood, cotton, grasses, etc. Able to exert highly effective control over these areas, as a group these non-newsprint producers remained relatively small yet profitable, and each sector was dominated by a few key firms.
The web transfers from the wire to a continuous felt blanket that carries it to steam-heated dryer cylinders. Soda pulping is another specialty process used to pulp strawsbagasse and hardwoods with high silicate content. Machine finish book is a relatively inexpensive general utility paper.
Handmade paper similarly exhibits "deckle edges", or rough and feathery borders. However, the papermaker also may apply a coating to the surface of paper to make the paper more suitable to its end use. Mechanical pulp.Pulp & Paper Canada reports on the pulp and paper industry in Canada through articles about mills, people, innovations in research, technology, management and financing, as.
Book on thick virgin paper** 2 kg CO2e Daily newspaper on recycled paper kg CO2e NYT Sunday paper, recycled afterwards kg CO2e Roll of toilet paper versus 3 times for wood pulp paper. It can also serve as an alternative for edible oil, aut omotive oil, c ooking and heating.
Handbook For Pulp and Paper Technologists (The SMOOK Book), Fourth Edition. Author: Gary Smook Editor: Michael Kocurek. Handbook For Pulp and Paper Technologists (The SMOOK Book), Fourth Edition The Handbook For Pulp and Paper Technologists (The SMOOK Book), is by far the best-selling text to introduce the entire technology of pulp and paper manufacture.
Domsjo Fabriker AB, Sweden (TCF Bleached Dissolving pulp and paper pulp) Bought by Adhitya Birla Group of india; ENCE Group, Madrid, Spain (Eucalyptus Pulp) Estonian Cell AS, Kunda, Estonia (Mechanical Pulp) Fiber Excellence, France (bleached softwood and hardwood kraft pulp) Grupo Portucel Soporcel, Portugal (Eucalyptus Pulp).
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Jan 10, · Paper pulp, raw material for paper manufacture that contains vegetable, mineral, or man-made fibers. It forms a matted or felted sheet on a screen when moisture is removed. Except for certain special papers (such as asbestos paper), nearly all papers are made of cellulosic (vegetable) fibers.