Monochloramine (MCA) for Paper Packaging

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    The power of stability across your paper packaging process

    As a papermaker, you’re trying to manage your inputs, such as water, OCC and functional chemistries, as well as your outputs – packaging paper and effluent. But there are a number of significant trends in the industry that are affecting this overall dynamic. There’s a drive for decreased water usage based on regulatory requirements and also cost. Rising contamination in recycled OCC is affecting its quality. And there’s a shift to using anaerobic digesters for effluent treatment.

    In the face of these trends, we see organizations take various approaches. They’re adding more functional chemistries to drive performance and meet necessary product strength standards.

    They’re adding monochloramine for slime control via batch feeding, or so-called slug dosing. And to fight effluent treatment plant microbial growth and upsets, they’re using more nutrients, expending more focus, and increasing testing.

    Papermaking process variability

    Negative ramifications of papermaking process variability

    Many approaches paper makers choose to combat trends…

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    The power of stability across the entire paper packaging process

    To accomplish this, you need to rethink a few approaches. First…

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    How can process stability be accomplished?

    Calcium levels, and the stabilization of the mineral, in a recycled packaging mill…

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    A more stable MCA from Buckman: More persistent, longer-lasting, appropriately oxidative monochloramine

    What if you could dose MCA intelligently?

    Many factors, including some that are beyond your control, affect how process chemistries function…

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    Dose when you need it, where you need it, and with the amount you need

    You already know that monochloramine is an effective slime and odor control treatment. But how you apply it is critical…

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    Use less process chemistry

    If MCA breaks down in the system, it can lose its biocidal effectiveness…

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