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pulping

[′pəlp·iŋ]
(engineering)
Reducing wood to pulp.
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At a recent University of Washington conference on the future of the paper industry, two of four student presentations focused on pulping wheat straw.
Steam reforming/gasification of the black liquor produced during wood pulping offers the potential for more efficient energy recovery, reduction of emissions, and improved safety.
Under the terms of the agreement, Pacitec acquires exclusive rights to market StakeTech's proprietary pulping systems for non-woody applications in China for a license fee of US $4.
Over the past decade, Champion's Canton mill has installed oxygen delignification at its pulping operation and has substituted chlorine dioxide for chlorine in the bleaching sequence.
We have a very competitive environmental platform from a kraft pulping and bleaching standpoint, and it was installed for about 10% of the price of comparable systems," said Van Scotter.
in Pakistan built the first high-yield pulping plant based on wheat straw using a unique pulping technique to produce a pulp ideally suited for manufacturing test liner and corrugating medium paper.
o Using the latest in deinking and pulping technology, the plant will process daily about 635 tons of post-consumer office waste paper into 440 tons of high grade market pulp.
Marusumi Paper, Japan selected Andritz to deliver a new pulp fiberline and chemical recovery systems for its Ohe mill on Shikoku Island Marusumi Paper will replace the mill's present pulping capacity of 100,000 with the new line's 252,000 metric ton per year capacity.
ESTIMATING THE PULPING YIELD BY CARBOHYDRATE ANALYSIS
APPLICATION: Pretreatment of jute plant with fungal strains before soda-AQ or kraft pulping reduces cooking time, kappa number, and chemical requirements, and improves the physical properties of the resulting pulp.
EFFECTS OF EUCALYPTUS NITENS HEARTWOOD IN KRAFT PULPING
Latin America is expected to grow its share of the global pulp market as large producers continue to add significant amounts of pulping capacity.