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Manufacture of Low Density Paper by Cationic Fatty Acid Amine Bulky Promotor Treatment (3) - Effect of Pulp Beating Degree and Bulky Promotor Concentration -
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Manufacture of Low Density Paper by Cationic Fatty Acid Amine Bulky Promotor Treatment (3) - Effect of Pulp Beating Degree and Bulky Promotor Concentration -
Nam, Yun-Seok; Choi, Kyoung-Hwa; Jin, Hai-Lan; Cho, Jun-Hyung;
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 Abstract
The effects of pulp beating degree and bulky promotor concentration on the properties of handsheet including a bulk and strength have been investigated during manufacturing of low density paper (high bulk paper) with cationic fatty acid bulky promotor. It was found that paper bulk increased with increasing cationic fatty acid bulky agent concentration, while tensile strength decreased. On the other hand the opacity of handseets also increased with increasing cationic fatty acid bulky agent concentration, while brightness decreased slightly. With increasing pulp beating degree, paper bulk as well as tensile strength increased, while opacity decreased. Brightness did not show a significant difference with increasing pulp beating degree. The highest bulk and strength values were observed when 1.5% (SwBKP) and 2% (HwBKP) of bulky promotor was treated into the 450 mL CSF pulp slurry.
 Keywords
Cationic fatty acid amine bulky promotor;bulky promotor concentration;beating degree;bulk;strength;low density paper;
 Language
Korean
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