Chemical Pulping and Mechanical Pulping Process

The pulping process is an important link in the papermaking industry. To learn why it is important, we have to start from the pulp. Paper pulp can be classified mainly into two types by the pulping methods: chemical pulp and mechanical pulp. The chemical pulp is produced through the chemical pulping process, while the mechanical

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How is paper made

Paper is the flake fiber product used for writing, printing, painting or packaging, which is a powerful tool or material in the fields of idea exchange, culture diffusion, science & technology development and production. Generally by the pulping processing, the vegetable fiber in aqueous suspension is interwoven and evenly distributed on the net. And then

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Mechanical Pulping Introduction

In the mechanical pulping process, the wood fibers are separated from each other by mechanical energy applied to the wood matrix causing the bonds between the fibers to break gradually and fiber bundles, single fibers and fiber fragments to be released. It is the mixture of fibers and fiber fragments that gives mechanical pulp the

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change trees into paper

How to Change Trees into Paper

In the woods, you might rack your brains imagining how something so tall and strong could be turned into something as thin and weak as a sheet of paper. The papermaking process begins with the raw wood, which is made up of fibers called “cellulose”. The cellulose fibers are stuck together with natural glue called

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The History of Papermaking

We associate paper so strongly with writing that it’s easy to forget its other uses. By the same token, we don’t often think about the fact that paper was an invention. The fact remains, however, that paper was once at the cutting edge of modern technology. Indeed, the material which was used not just for

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How to Make Paper

Paper is one of the most common tools in our daily life. The invention of paper makes it easier for us to write, draw, and read. Paper also plays an essential role in industrial and agricultural production. We can’t imagine our life without paper. Paper is a powerful tool for cultural communication, scientific development and

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