ABC Paper Ltd

Hoshiārpur, India

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Hoshiārpur, India
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Chhetri R.B.,ABC Paper Ltd | Naithani A.K.,ABC Paper Ltd | Kathirvelu T.,ABC Paper Ltd
IPPTA: Quarterly Journal of Indian Pulp and Paper Technical Association | Year: 2010

Scarcity of raw material continue to be a paramount problem and associated with an unbearable cost burden as well Afforestation programmes which are vital are still very meagre and industry is required to look for agro residue and locally available grasses which have good fibre potential Contrary to this the search for new and prospective sources of fibrous raw materials for making pulp, suitable for printing and writing grade paper is never ending, Heteropogon contortus evaluated for its pulp and paper making properties. Data on chemical constituents, fibre dimensions, unbleached, bleached yield and physical strength properties of pulp sheets were obtained. The unbleached pulp yields under soda pulping process were 47.6 to 48.2% and 22 to 27.2 Kappa No without enzyme and with enzyme Kappa No is 20.6 to 26.0. Laboratory handmade pulp sheets with adequate strength properties were obtained from soda pulp prepared from this plant material.


Naithani A.,ABC Paper Ltd | Kathirvelu T.,ABC Paper Ltd
IPPTA: Quarterly Journal of Indian Pulp and Paper Technical Association | Year: 2010

Secondary fibers obtained from paper scraps is generated during the papermaking and converting, whereas recovered fibers come from products that have reached the consumer and after recycled back again into the papermaking process. Secondary fibers on mixing with certain amount of primary fibers ensure the strength and other properties of the paper. For effective use of secondary fiber it is necessary to collect, store, sort and then classify the materials suitable enough for various quality grades. When using secondary fiber for the production of high quality paper, it must be processed in such a way that not only coarse contaminants, but also printing inks, stickies, fines and fillers do not enter into the process. Recycling of fibers causes reduction in fiber length and strength and hence numbers of recycling are limited. New developments in fiber processing are essential to create a sustainable equilibrium between future demands of fiber resources and recycle possibilities to produce quality product so as to ensure smooth operation of paper machine.

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