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Published by The Association in New York .
Written in English

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Statementa projectof the Chemical Additives Committee ; John Swanson, editor.
SeriesTAPPI monograph series -- no.33
ContributionsSwanson, John.
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Open LibraryOL20377429M

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Pratima Bajpai, in Biermann's Handbook of Pulp and Paper (Third Edition), Internal Sizing. Sizing is the ability of paper to resist wetting by a given fluid. Usually an aqueous fluid is considered. Internal sizing is important to the operation of the size press, . Pulp & Paper: Sizing Agents. Aries offers a full range of sizing agents for paper and paperboard manufacturing. Aries product line includes surface and internal sizing chemistries to help papermakers improve water holdout, printing properties and fluid repellency. Aries has the sizing agents to help you meet the performance standard for your. ii The Sizing of Paper Preface In , the Papermaking Additives Committee decided to completely rewrite the TAPPI Monograph, “The Sizing of Paper”. Since the last edition that was compiled and edited in by Walter F. Reynolds, most of the paper mills . Surface sizing agents are commonly used to provide water-resistance (prevent paper from blurring with water or ink) and printability (offset, inkjet) to paper by surface application. These agents are applied to a wide variety of paper / paper board (fine paper, newspaper, ink-jet printing paper, linerboard, and so on).

Papermaking. Sizing is used during paper manufacture to reduce the paper's tendency when dry to absorb liquid, with the goal of allowing inks and paints to remain on the surface of the paper and to dry there, rather than be absorbed into the paper. This provides a more consistent, economical, and precise printing, painting, and writing surface. This is achieved by curbing the paper fibers. Paper and paperboard are made from cellulose fibres, extracted from trees, combined together with additives to make a continuous matted web. This chapter covers the raw materials, processes and on- and off-line treatments used to manufacture fibrous substrates (paper and paperboard) used for the conversion into packaging by: 1. Paper's resistance to wetting - A review of internal sizing chemicals and their effects Article (PDF Available) in Bioresources 2(1) February with 3, Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Martin Hubbe. The book is directed at readers based in companies which manufacture packaging grades of paper and paperboard, companies involved in the design, printing and production of packaging, and companies which manufacture inks, coatings, adhesives and packaging machinery.5/5(1).

Paper is a thin sheet material produced by mechanically and/or chemically processing cellulose fibres derived from wood, rags, grasses or other vegetable sources in water, draining the water through fine mesh leaving the fibre evenly distributed on the surface, followed by pressing and drying. Although paper was originally made in single sheets by hand, almost all is now made on large machines Density (ρ): From 10 gsm to gsm. Stretch of Paper Paper Strength in the z-direction The Wax Pick Test Internal Bond Strength as Measured by z-direction Tensile Strength Bursting Strength Measurement of bursting strength Distribution of stresses within the speciment Factors affecting bursting strength Tearing Resistance of Paper and Paperboard Measurement of internal tearing. This book discusses all the main types of packaging based on paper and paperboard. It considers the raw materials and manufacture of paper and paperboard, and the basic properties and features on. ; hand-made paper and paperboard. - Hand -made paper and paperboard - Paper and paperboard of a kind used as a base for photo -sensitive, heat-sensitive or electro-sensitive paper or paperboard - Wallpaper base - Other paper and paperboard, not containing fibres obtained by a.