Aseptic Packaging Extends the shelf life of non-refrigerated beverages and foods. The anti-aging properties in alkaline paper make it a logical choice for documents where permanence is essential.
Air Brush Coater A coater, which uses the pressurized air to atomize the coating mixture and spray it on the paper.
Beater Roll Cylinder or drum set with knives set against a bedplate to cut up rags in a beater trough. Algae Micro organic plant life that forms in paper mill water supplies.
Apparent Density Weight mass per unit volume of a sheet of paper obtained by dividing the basis weight by the Caliper thickness. An aqueous coating usually gives a gloss, dull, or matte finish and helps prevent the underlying ink from rubbing off.
Art Paper High quality and rather heavy two-side coated printing paper with smooth surface. Approach Flow System The stock flow system from Fan pump to headbox slice. Alkenyl Succinic Anhydride ASA ASA is a sizing agent designed to increase resistance to water penetration in the case of paper formed under neutral or alkaline conditions.
Removal of the bark is done in a barker or debarker. Other factors which affect board stiffness include coatings and moisture content. Blow-Through Drying Process A system using dry steam or hot air that blows through the wire.
Woodfree paper - A printing and writing paper which contains little or no mechanical woodpulp.
Biological Oxygen Demand BOD A measure of the amount of oxygen needed by aquatic organisms to break down degradable organic matter present in effluent. Air Pollution The contamination of air around the plant due to the emission of gases, vapors and particulate material in the atmosphere.
Alternative Fibers Common name for non-wood or tree free fibers. To illustrate this attribute, it has been documented that in while perusing the Illinois Historical Society archives, a letter dated and signed by Abraham Lincoln was discovered. The term approach flow system refers specifically to the fan pump loop where in the pulp mixture is measured, diluted, mixed with necessary additives, and finally screened and cleaned before being discharged on to paper machine wire.
Animal Fiber Papermaking fibers such as wool obtained from animals. International Paper Company, pulp mill Much of the information about the technology in following subsections is from the book by C.
It is the first American pulp magazine. Plants and plant components Biofuels Renewable fuels for example from wood and bark.
Typically measure by the Gurley or the Sheffield porosity tests, which measure the volumetric flow of air through the paper thickness. Varieties of newsprint are also used for directories when it is described as directory paper and for some magazines and comics.
We Are The Future. You can also find decals,stickers,software,coffee mugs,knives,coffee cups at the millwrights store. A term describing the surface, usually on book and cover papers, that have a natural rough finish. It also indicates the capability of paper to support its own weight while clamped in cantilever form.
ASA can improve paper machine runnability and preserve paper's dimensional stability by limiting penetration of size-press solution into the sheet.
Lignosulphonates are a useful byproduct recovered from the spent liquor in the sulfite process. As a result of the "smeary" grinding, the fiber structure closes homogeneously.
The treatment does not change the appearance of the board and is non-toxic and odorless. Other common sources are bagasse and fibre crops. Alkaline Pulping Pulping by alkaline solutions of sodium hydroxide, with or without sodium sulfide. Bark contains relatively few usable fibres and darkens the pulp.
Bisulphite Pulp, Sulphite Pulp Chemical pulp produced by cooking chips in a solution of sulphur dioxide and ammonium- calcium- sodium- or magnesium-sulphite Black Liquor A mixture of spent cooking chemicals and dissolved wood material remaining after pulping.
Not only does paper with cotton content feel good, you can feel good about yourself for choosing Southworth cotton paper for your business and personal correspondence and important documents. A measure of the amount of chlorine that is chemically bound to the soluble organic matter in the effluent.
Cotton is one of the strongest and most durable fibers known to man.
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The portion of the pulp or other cellulosic material that will not dissolve in The following collection of terms are a combination of medical and scientific words used when reading about Agent Orange, herbicide, dioxin, and/or the diseases related to the effects of herbicide exposure.
I have tried to present these terms at a level that a normal. The group of sanitary papers includes cellulose wadding, tissue and crepe paper, made from waste paper and/or chemical pulp - also with admixtures of mechanical pulp. As a consequence of the importance of tissue today, this name is now used internationally as a collective term for sanitary papers.
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The two main rag fibres used in paper making are cotton and linen, rag paper consists of % rag fibre and the rest is chemical wood pulp. REAM A term denoting a number of sheets of paper ranging from tomost commonlyDownload