Wood-containing DIP Like mechanical pulp in general, wood-containing deinked pulp is usually bleached in a non-delignifying manner. The degradation of lignin, such as in chemical pulp bleaching, is not desirable but does occur to a limited degree as a secondary reaction. Using oxidative or reductive chlorine-free bleaching agents, or both, the chromophores of the mechanical
Authors & references
Roland Pelzer, James G. Tausche, Dr Jianhu Ma; Manuel Fuzy, Joerg Polste
Based on: Papermaking Science and Technology, book 7, Recycled fibre and deinking, Höke U. and Schabel S. (Book editor).Chapter 7 Additives. Jyväskylä, 2000, Fapet Oy. More references can also be found in this chapter.
Our site uses functional cookies. Functional cookies are cookies that ensure the proper functioning of the Website (e.g. cookies for login or registration, language preferences) and their installation does not require your permission.