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Can We Make Paper Pulp From Palm Fibers?

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Oil palm, because its form looks like a coconut, also known as “oil coconut.” The origin is the western and central parts of Africa, and there are a large number of plants in Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand. Since 1926, Hainan, Guangdong Leizhou Peninsula, Guangxi Beihai, and Yunnan Estuary have been introduced successfully, and are widely … Read more

How To Save Water In The Pulp Production?

The pulp and paper industry is a major water user, and it is also a major wastewater discharge. This paper analyzes the water-saving parts of the paper industry and summarizes the basic water-saving technologies and future development trends of water saving in the future. The paper industry is a major water consumer. In the early … Read more

Displacement Cooking Overview

displacement cooking

Currently, batching displacement cooking is one of the energy-efficient cooking techniques in the paper and pulp industry. What do you know about displacement cooking? As a paper pulper machines manufacturer, CNBM can provide the best solution for batching displacement cooking and displacement digester system, and related pulping machines. Today we will learn displacement cooking together. … Read more

Do You Really Know Chemical Pulping?

chemical pulping

Paper pulping is the first step in pulp and papermaking. It is a vital link to determine the quality of the paper. Only using proper pulping process can produce a paper that meets different quality requirements. As we all know, paper pulping is the process of separating the fibers in the plant fiber raw material … Read more

Bamboo Pulp: A Trend Of Paper Pulp Making

bamboo pulp making

Wood is the main fiber material of paper and pulp industries, 94% materials of the world’s papermaking are wood fiber. In 1997, the total output of paper and paperboard in the world was 299 million tons and pulp output was 178 million tons, of which wood pulp output was 155 million tons, accounting for 87% … Read more

What Are Pros & Cons Of Bamboo Pulp Making?

bamboo pulp making

As we all know, the raw material of paper pulp manufacture can be divided into four types, including wood fiber, non-wood fiber, wastepaper, and non-plant fiber. Bamboo belongs to the non-wood fibers. For most paper pulp mills, the main source of paper pulp production is wood fiber. Because the wood resource is short, at the … Read more

How To Cut Costs of Pulp Production?

how to optimize pulp production

Since 2010, the market economy has undergone tremendous changes. The development of the pulp and paper industry has been affected as never before. Due to the high cost of raw materials and low selling prices, many enterprises faced with production cuts, production suspensions, and even bankruptcy. Under such a market environment and the new environmental … Read more

Secrete Of Paper Pulping Process And Application

paper pulping

Paper pulp is made from some plants. It is the basic raw material for papermaking. Do you really know the paper pulp? As a manufacturer of paper pulp machine, CNBM has plenty of experience in manufacture paper pulp making machines. Today we will find secrete of paper pulp from two aspects including paper pulp processing … Read more

What You Need To Know About APMP Pulping?

APMP pulping

APMP is short for Alkaline peroxide mechanical pulp. It uses alkaline peroxide as an oxidizing agent to carbonylate lignin. As a result of carbonylation, lignin with a carbonyl group can be combined with hydrogen bonding to enhance the bonding force between fibers. When the chips are treated with an oxide, the lignin is softened, and … Read more

The Raw Materials Ratio Of Paper

raw materials ratio of paper

The paper is a daily necessity in our lives. As we all know, the paper is made from plant fiber (also called paper pulp), there are many kinds of paper pulp according to different classifications, such as wood pulp, straw pulp, sugarcane bagasse pulp, bamboo pulp, reed pulp, cotton pulp, waste paper pulp and etc. … Read more