Paper Bleaching Chemicals : Paper Bleaching Auxiliaries

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Paper Bleaching Auxiliaries These products enable a more efficient bleaching of the chemical, mechanical and deinked pulps and lead to increased whiteness. They are generally based on sur¬face active agents, i. e. wetting agents (see Section 3.6.7.) which are resistant to bleaching chemicals as well as chelating (complexing) agents (see Section 3.6.3.). Some of the [...]

Paper Bleaching Chemicals : Bleaching Substances

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Bleaching Substances . • Chlorination (C) with chlorine, an effective, selective and inexpensive bleaching agent that reacts very fast with lignin. For environmental reasons during the last ten years chlorine is being substituted by chlorine dioxide, ozone and/or oxygen all over the world. In Europe substitution is already 100 %. In this particular case bleached [...]

Paper Bleaching Chemicals

2012-08-07T11:02:39+00:00 Categories: Chemical Additives|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

When chemical pulp, mechanical pulp and deinked recycled fibers are used in the production of white papers e. g. printing and writing papers, hygiene paper (tissue) or white top of board, these pulps have to be bleached up to a certain brightness. The bleaching of chemical pulp (see Volume 1) is carried out in several [...]