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The continuous cooking is a popular type of pulp cooking process just like batch cooking. Continuous cooking system can be divided into continuous digester and continuous tubular digester. Advantages of continuous cooking For large-scale cooking equipment, the infrastructure investment and operation cost of continuous cooking equipment...

Paper pulping is the process of separating pulp from plant fiber materials. After the plant fiber material is chemically cooked by digester, 50 to 85% of the pulp is obtained, and about 15 to 50% of the substance is dissolved in the cooking liquid, and...

As one of the four great inventions of China, papermaking technology starts from crop stalk pulping process. Due to the lack of advanced technology about straw pulp making and wastewater treatment, crop stalk pulp or other kinds of straw pulp making develop slowly. Facing the...

Chemical pulping refers that make pulp from raw material with a chemical agent. This method uses fiber plants (mainly wood and straw) as raw materials, and removes most of the lignin by the chemical agent that can selectively react with the lignin contained in the...

As well known, Sugarcane is one of the materials for sugar making. Sugarcane bagasse is a by-product of sugar mills and is a raw material for papermaking with regional characteristics. How much do you know the sugarcane bagasse paper? how to make paper from sugarcane...

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