This book covers the technology of the recovery of secondary fibre for its use in paper and board manufacture. The editor, who has had substantial practical experience of designing and commissioning paper recycling plants all over the world, leads a team of experts who discuss subjects including sourcing, characterisation, mechanical handling and preparation and de-inking.A well-known effect of sodium hydroxide is that it increases the strength of papers made from dried fibres. ... Originally, soap was created in situ by running liquid fatty acid into the pulper, where it was saponified by the sodium hydroxideanbsp;...
|Title||:||Technology of Paper Recycling|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 1995|