Process water treatment Because of the increased closure of mill water circulations, the purification of process waters in recovered paper processing has become more important during the past ten to twenty years. Process water treatment in paper mills has three principal objectives 1: supplying process water with low solids content recovering raw materials, especially fibres
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.
Kamml, G. and Kappen, J., 2002. Mechanical Whitewater Treatment. In: PTS-Seminar “Water Circuits in Paper Making”, PTS-Conference Book, Munich.
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