black liquor


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black liquor

[¦blak ′lik·ər]
(materials)
The liquid material remaining from pulpwood cooking in the soda or sulfate papermaking process.
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This will take in black liquor from a nearby pulp plant, extract DME from the black liquor and then return some of the cooking chemicals to the pulp plant.
For instance, hemicellulose can be used to produce both barriers and hydrogels, and black liquor can be used to produce different kinds of energy carriers.
The final concentration of the black liquor is 80% and the condensing temperature of the steam from the last effect (effect 6) is 55[degrees]C.
Our process makes nearly one-third of the black liquor solids available for use as a binder for animal feed and two-thirds for use as a fertilizer," says Abbott.
About Chemrec Chemrec is a Swedish company developing and commercializing technology for black liquor gasification.
pulp producers taking advantage of the American black liquor tax-credit to reduce their costs of kraft pulp, the largest cost ingredient in LWC.
However, every single pulp and paper manufacturer that has applied for and received the black liquor tax credit (and there are at least 15 at this writing) during the first quarter is able to report a profit.
Black liquor gasification (BLG) is moving closer to commercial realization.
Disposal in recovery boilers is becoming more commonplace now that the Black Liquor Recovery Boiler Advisory Committee has set out guidelines for safe NCG introduction.
Reductions in inadvertent black liquor losses through BMPs are also part of the Cluster Rule [18].
BWCC and its affiliated companies will 1) design and supply material to convert the plant's existing black liquor recovery boiler to a bubbling fluidized bed (BFB) boiler; 2) design and supply the plant's selective catalytic reduction system for nitrogen oxides control, a baghouse for the control of particulates emissions, a continuous emissions monitoring system (CEMS) and other plant equipment; and 3) design and supply ash handling equipment.
The LignoBoost plant is to be integrated with the pulp mill to separate and collect Lignin from the black liquor.