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    Buckman offers smart technologies and chemicals for recycled fiber to monitor entrained air, deink pulp, control stickies, and improve fiber brightness.

    The best recycled fiber doesn’t come from old recycled ideas. You need fresh thinking. And a customized approach. As you try to become more sustainable by using recycled fiber, Buckman has worked to find ways to make processing it more efficient – to remove inks more effectively, improve fiber brightness, reduce waste and raise productivity throughout the mill.

    Buckman recycled fiber programs can significantly enhance profitability and return on investment through:

    • Fiber mix optimization
    • Improved yield
    • Improved repulping, deinking, pulp washing and drainage
    • Enhanced fiber performance in the papermaking operation
    • Improved stickies control
    • ECHOWISE® entrained air monitoring
    • Lower energy and water consumption per ton of fiber recovered

     

     

     

    Stabilization Technology for Recycled Fiber

    Our chemicals help you stabilize starch and filler in recycled fiber, maintain strength, reduce system conductivity and save money on wet end chemistry and strength aids.

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    Optimyze® Enzymatic Stickies Control

    Buckman offers enzyme-based stickies control technology to help paper mills reduce downtime, furnish costs and solvent usage while increasing brightness and runnability.

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    Enzymatic technologies provide a new level of stickies control

    Check out this article, published in World Pulp & Paper 2019, to learn more about enzymatic stickies control.

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    Resources

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    MCA Calcium Stabilization Video

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    Covid-19 Drives Recycled Tissue Makers toward Virgin Fibre Streams

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    MCA E-book 3

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    MCA E-book 1

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    Maximyze for Packaging Video

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    Enzymatic technologies provide a new level of stickies control