CONCENTRATED SULFURIC ACID PRODUCTION FROM NON-CONDENSABLE GASES AND ITS EFFECT ON ALKALI AND SULFUR BALANCES IN PULP MILLS, 19PEERS
The pulp and paper industry often encounters challenges that require process improvements to remain competitive. These challenges may include the requirement to meet more stringent environmental regulations, stricter energy policies, or the need to improve product quality, increase production capacity and profitability.
As a result, the pulp mills of today have to focus on becoming more efficient by possessing an effective chemical recovery system and reducing chemical losses. The high degree of closure is beneficial for environment, water consumption and mill economy but can upset the Na/S balance and increase the build-up of non-process elements in the system.
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