PULP FIBER QUALITY AND THE RELATIONSHIP WITH PAPER TISSUE PROPERTIES, Tissue2017
Tissue papers include a wide range of products with different properties and quality demands. Key properties include: strength, absorbency, grammage, thickness (bulk), brightness, stretch, appearance and softness.
Recovered fibers now represent over 50% of the industry’s raw materials. However, using fibers from recovered paper makes it more difficult to maintain machine “runnability” and product quality.
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