Papermaking Chemicals Analysis

Papermaking Chemicals Analysis

Paper and paperboard are widely used in wrapping, packaging, toweling, insulating, and photography. With almost two centuries development, modern papermaking is a fascinating, high tech industry. This industry remains to be the largest industry in demand for chemical additives. Almost 3000 kinds of chemicals can be used in papermaking, with 200 individual chemicals typically used. Increasing productivity, enhancing quality and environmental regulatory pressures all attribute to the increasing demand for papermaking chemicals.

Papermaking chemicals analyzed at Creative Proteomics include but are not limited to the following products.

Pulping chemicals
Caustic soda, sodiumsulfide, ulfurous acid, sodium hydroxide or anthraquinone…
Bleaching chemicals
Chlorine and hypochlorite, chlorine dioxide or sodium chlorate, oxygen and hydrogen peroxide…
Sizing chemicals
Rosin, alum, chalk, china clay, alkenyl succinic anhydrides (ASA), alkyl ketene dimers (AKD)…
Strengthening chemicals
Epichlorohydrin, melamine, urea formaldehyde, polyimides, 2, 3-epoxy propyl trim ethyl ammonium chloride (EPTAC), 3-chloro-2-hydroxypropyl trim ethyl ammonium chloride (CHPTAC), cationic starch andpolyacrylamide (PAM) derivatives…
Styrene butadiene latex, Styrene acrylic, dextrin, oxidized starch, starch, carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC)…
China clay, calcium carbonate, titanium dioxide, and talc…
Retention agent
Polyethyleneimine, polyacrylamide…
Blue, violet dyes, Optical-brightening agent…

Tests and analysis services for papermaking chemicals at Creative Proteomics are as follows.

Compositional Analysis
Deformulation (reverse engineering)
Identification of Unknown Material
Fault Detection and Diagnosis in Industrial System
Product and Process Development
Contract R & D

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