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Analyzes for white water in paper production

The amount of materials and chemicals in the white water system in paper production is important from both process optimization, resource management and economic aspects.

Cause

In process water, dissolved and colloidal materials circulate which are anionically charged and which can react with cationic additives used in the papermaking process. We can also look at the amount of equation, carbohydrates, chemicals. We can also come out to you to measure on site.

  • Anions ISO 10304-1 bromide, chloride, fluoride, nitrate, nitrite, phosphate and sulphate
  • ASA, total content RISE method KA 40.201
  • Carboxylic acids RISE method KA 80.309 / KA12.207
  • Cation requirements SCAN W-12
  • Carbohydrates, total content RISE method KA 10.202
  • Lignin RISE method KA 40.203
  • Optical brightener RISE method KA 10.228
  • Starch SCAN-P 91
  • Uric acids RISE method KA 10.203

Method

ISO 10304-1, SCAN W-12, SCAN-P 9 and internal RISE methods.

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Analyzes for white water in paper production

Innovation area

Biorefinery, Pulp and paper

Price

Price on tender

Delivery time

Analysis results are delivered by e-mail, normally within 15 working days of the samples arriving to us. With reservation for samples that require special treatment. Express analyzes can be obtained at extra cost by agreement.

Preparations

No preparation needed

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9. Industry, innovation and infrastructure
12. Responsible consumption and production

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