Refining Case Study, Part II: Using Improved Refiner Control to Increase Machine Made Linerboard Stiffness, 2015 PEERS Conference
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Low consistency refining is one of the few elements of a recycling system that can be used to strategically modify the fiber properties and enhance its paper making characteristics. Over the years, a lot of research has been conducted on smaller pilot scale refiners but these machines are generally recognized to be much more efficient than larger commercial scale equipment resulting in uncertainty concerning the scalability of the results to commercial applications.