The beating effect of high crystalized nonwood fibers treated with low-molecular weighted waste celulase in the papermaking processes

Cellulase생산공정중 발생되는 저분자량 분포도의 폐효소류 처리가 고결정화된 배목재 섬유소의 고해에 미치는 영향

  • 김병현 (중부대학교 인쇄공학과 태평양 생화학본부) ;
  • 신종순 (중부대학교 인쇄공학과 태평양 생화학본부) ;
  • 강영립 (중부대학교 인쇄공학과 태평양 생화학본부) ;
  • 박병권 (중부대학교 인쇄공학과 태평양 생화학본부) ;
  • 이성구 (중부대학교 인쇄공학과 태평양 생화학본부)
  • Published : 2000.03.01


This study is to test the possibility of applying the low-molecular weighted waste cellulase, which is produced in the process of cellulase production, to paper making. After experimenting on high-crystallized non-wood fibers with beating catalyst. I got the result that the condition for the optimal effect is temperature 40~6$0^{\circ}C$, the time 90min to 120min, pH 5.0 to 6.0, the enzyme contents 0.3% and that the effect of beating such as slight reduction of fiver viscosity, increase of water retention value(WRV) and shortening of fiber length was increased with waste cellulase. Through this process, the density, folding endurance, tensile strength and burst strength of paper was remarkably increased, which is inferred to result from the increased flexibility of fiber by individual characteristics of non-wood fiber, which was high-crystallized by penetrated low-molecular weight cellulases in the fiber.