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Effects of Cloud Point of Non-ionic Surfactant on Deinking Efficiency of ONP at High Blending Ratio of OMG
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 Title & Authors
Effects of Cloud Point of Non-ionic Surfactant on Deinking Efficiency of ONP at High Blending Ratio of OMG
Lee, Tai Ju; Seo, Jin Ho; Ryu, Jeong Yong;
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 Abstract
Nowadays blending ratio of OMG (old magazine) in recovered paper used for manufacturing newspaper have been increased. When large amount of OMG is consumed in newsprint mill, brightness can be improved by inorganic pigments of coating layer. On the other hand decrease in yield of deinking process will be encountered because the pigments can be removed as reject of froth flotation process. Therefore selection of the optimal deinking agent is an important. Non-ionic surfactant have been used widely in newsprint mill. Non-ionic surfactant has amphoteric characteristics. Hydrophilic group is ethylene and propylene oxide that can induce hydrogen bonding with water molecules. In this regard, cloud point is an important parameter in order to control efficiency of deinking process because hydration of the hydrophobic group can be varied according to temperature of a system. In this study, deinking properties of ONP at high blending ratio of OMG was analyzed according to cloud points of non-ionic surfactants. , , , brightness and effective residual ink concentration did not affected by the change of cloud points. Especially, flotation reject decreased significantly according to increase in cloud point of the non-ionic surfactant. Consequently, when a nonionic surfactant having a cloud point higher than the temperature of the system is used, properties of the deinked pulp can be maintained and yield of deinking process can be improved.
 Keywords
Non-ionic surfactant;old magazine;cloud point;flotation;deinking;
 Language
Korean
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