Maximyze® for Tissue

Are enzymes right for your tissue operation?

Click the link in each block below to learn more about enzymes and how they can benefit your tissue manufacturing processes.

Enzymes are the greener choice

Enzymes are the greener choice

Enzymes are naturally occurring proteins…

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Enzymes are highly specific

Enzymes are complex proteinic substances that are designed by nature for a single purpose…

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Enzymes are nature's catalysts

Enzymes have been used in food preparation, although unknowingly, for centuries.  They are key in the creation…

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Enzymes in tissue

Improve tissue quality with enzymes

The term “quality” can be a very ambiguous word in the tissue industry.  This is because tissue producers…

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Reduce energy consumption with enzymes

Over the last decade tissue manufacturers have been placed under increasing pressure to reduce energy consumption…

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Use enzymes to boost tissue bulk and caliper

The first lever pulled when strength is needed on the machine is always refining.  Operators need to…

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Leverage fiber modification enzymes (FME) to reduce dust in tissue

If you are using mechanical refining, particularly with eucalyptus-based furnish, you are creating fines…

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Use fiber modification enzymes as part of tissue absorbency improvement efforts

Pulp is the most expensive component of a tissue sheet and can account for…

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Expertise, patents, capabilities

Best in class strength improvements in tissue

Historically, and even today, tissue makers try to meet their strength targets with…

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Gen 3 enzymes from Buckman

Buckman is basic in enzyme expression, characterization and formulation…

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What is Fiberlytics™?

Buckman Fiberlytics technology uses fiber analysis and data analytics to streamline…

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Maximyze® Video

Watch this short video to see how Maximyze enzymatic technology refines fibers.

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All Tissue Strength Is Not Created Equal

There are many methods employed in the industry to achieve a stronger tissue paper. Some methods may have negative impacts on your process. Read this article from TissueMAG to learn more.

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The Right Chemistry to Lower Your Pulp Costs

When it comes to cost drivers in the manufacture of tissue paper, pulp accounts for more than all other inputs combined, sometimes as much as 70% of the total contribution. In this paper, the authors describe how to save money on pulp without sacrificing softness and strength.

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