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    For Graphics Paper manufacturers, Buckman offers specialty chemicals such as microbicides, RDF, defoamers, stickies control, enzymatic fiber modification and more, as well as smart technologies like ECHOWISE® for monitoring entrained air.

    As a manufacturer of Printing & Writing or Newsprint paper grades, you face increasing market challenges.  Buckman offers the highest quality chemicals, and then connects those offerings with the latest smart technology, advanced data analysis and rigorously-trained industry experts. All focused on helping your operation improve sustainability, productivity and product quality.  Look to Buckman for:

    • Improved retention, drainage and formation
    • Machine cleanliness using our latest microbicide technology
    • Safer boilouts using enzymatic boilout technology
    • Enzymatic fiber modification with Maximyze®
    • Optimyze® enzymatic stickies control
    • ECHOWISE entrained air monitoring technology
    • Improved felt cleaning and conditioning
    • White water clarification

     

     

     

    Maximyze® Enzymatic Fiber Modification

    Buckman offers enzyme-based technology for fiber refining to enhance paper attributes such as strength, formation, opacity and bulk.

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    Enzymatic Technologies: The Leading Edge

    In this eBook, you will learn what enzymes are, their successes and what they can do for you. You'll be able to use this information in your journey to achieve high product quality, lower manufacturing cost and reduced energy consumption.

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    Enzymatic Boilout Technology

    Enzymatic boilout chemicals remove paper machine deposits without using caustic.

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    Resources

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    Optimizing Deink Plant Quality and Yield

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    Maximyze® for Tissue e-book

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    Optimizing Bulk via the Creping Process

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    Development of Fiber Modification Technologies for UBK

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    Maximyze® for Packaging E-book 1

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    All Tissue Strength is Not Created Equal