Paper Chemicals

Di sulphonic type

Brighton D

Brighton D has outstanding affinity and highly suitable for fluorescent whitening in the furnish at slightly acid or neutral ph. Broadly not affected by cationic substance. It can readily be used with mechanical pulp or secondary fiber.

Product Property
C.I. No. :
113
CAS No :
4193-55-9
Chemical name :
Benzenesulfonic acid,2,2'-(1,2-ethenediyl)bis[5-[[4-[bis(2-hydroxyethyl)amino]-6-( -(phenylamino)-1,3,5-triazin-2-yl]amino]-,sodium salt (1:2)
Chemical Structure
Composition :
Stilbene Disulphonic Derivative
Physical Appereance :
Brownish yellow to Reddish Yellow
Ionic Character :
Anionic
Ph :
9.5-10.0
Specific Gravity (gm/ml) :
1.11-1.14
Shade :
Neutral Shade
Viscosity :
Max. 50mPa.s at 25ºC
Solubility :
Miscible
Brightning Effect :
Confirms to std equal to product of same chemistry, tolerance limit CIE difference ± 1
Property
Sufficient fiber affinity
Good alkali stability
Little acid/alum stability
Suitable for using in the condition of PH value 5-13

Tetra Sulphonic

Brighton T

Brighton T is a versatile tetrasulpho type optical whitening agent. It is used in wet end , size press and coating application in paper. It is preferably in corporated in coating mixer together with starch. Brighton T liquid produces high brightness in acidic and cationic medium.

Product Property
C.I. No. :
220
CAS No :
41098-56-0
Chemical name :
1,4-Benzenedisulfonicacid,2,2'-[1,2-ethenediylbis[(3-sulfo-4,1- phenylene)imino[6-(diethylamino)-1,3,5-triazine-4,2-diyl]imino]]bis-,sodium salt
Chemical Structure
Composition :
Stilbene Disulphonic Derivative
Physical Appereance :
Light yellow to Brownish Yellow
Ionic Character :
Anionic
Ph :
9.5-10.0
Specific Gravity (gm/ml) :
1.11-1.14
Shade :
Neutral Shade
Viscosity :
>50mPa.s
Solubility :
Miscible
Brightning Effect :
Confirms to std equal to product of same chemistry, tolerance limit CIE difference ± 1
Property
Convenient in application, diluted with water perfectly, suitable for continuous addition.
Good acid stability
Great performance in size press and pigment coating mixtures
Suitable for using in the condition of PH value 4.5-13

Hexa Sulphonic

Brighton H

Brighton H Liquid is a hexa sulphonic type florescent brightening agent which is used in surface coating and size press liquor in paper industry. It gives best whiteness and brightness in treated papers. It can used in alkali, neutral and acidic condition so, there is no bound of Ph for this product.

Product Property
C.I. No. :
264
CAS No :
68971-49-3
Chemical name :
1,4-Benzenedisulfonicacid,2,2'-[1,2-ethenediylbis[(3-sulfo-4,1- -phenylene)imino[6-[bis(2-hydroxyethyl)amino]-1,3,5-triazine-4,2- -diyl]imino]]bis-,hexasodium salt
Chemical Structure
Composition :
Stilbene Disulphonic Derivative
Physical Appereance :
Light yellow to Brownish Yellow
Ionic Character :
Anionic
Ph :
9 - 11
Specific Gravity (gm/ml) :
1.0 - 1.12
Shade :
Slightly Reddish tone on coating application.
Viscosity :
Lower than 75 mPas
Solubility :
Miscible
Brightning Effect :
Confirms to std equal to product of same chemistry, tolerance limit CIE difference ± 1
Property
Excellent white performance, especially suitable for achieving high whiteness in coating and sizing process.
Good acid stability, it can achieve high whiteness in low PH value situation.
Good light fastness.
Fully diluted in water, suitable for continuous addition.
Suitable for using in the condition of PH value 1-13.

Tetra Sulphonic (Powder)

Technical Specification
Chemical Description :
Tetrasulphonic Derivative of 4,4’- diamino-stilbene-2,2’-disulphonic acid
Ionic :
Anionic
Shade :
Bluish, virtually natural white
Substantivity :
Good
Form supplied :
Yellow Powder
Acid resistance :
Good
Solubility :
25° C 20 g/ l 98° C 250 g/ l
Storage stability :
60 months
Recommended for Use :
Use In the pulp for sized and filled papers. Surface application in the size or film press. Use in coatings containing carriers.
Application

With its outstanding properties, ABSTRACT WHITE HIGH CONC. TETRA SULPHONIC POWDER can be used universally for brightening sized and filled papers. Its good resistance to acids and sizing ensure problem- free processing even at low pH values. ABSTRACT WHITE HIGH CONC. TETRA SULPHONIC POWDER can be added to the pulp in amounts of up to 0.2 TO 0.4 %. ABSTRACT WHITE HIGH CONC TETRA SULPHONIC POWDER should preferably be used in dissolved form. However, the good solubility of the product means that the granules can also be scattered into the pulper or machine chest provided they are then mixed in thoroughly. To obtain an optimum brightening effect in sized papers, it is advisable to monitor the quantum of fluorescent whitening agent before the aluminum sulphate or other cationic additives.

Surface brightening

ABSTRACT WHITE HIGH CONC. TETRAS ULPHONIC POWDER is highly suitable for surface brightening in the presence of starch. ABSTRACT WHITE HIGH CONC. TETRAS ULPHONIC POWDER should be used for high white qualities.

Pigmented coatings

Good brightening effects are also obtained with ABSTRACT WHITE HIGH CONC. TETRA SULPHONIC POWDER in pigmented coatings with starch, CMC and polyvinyl alcohol as carriers. The addition is normally not more than 0.3 %.

White Di Sulphonic (Powder)

Technical Specification
Chemical Description :
Tetrasulphonic Derivative of 4,4’- diamino-stilbene-2,2’-disulphonic acid
Ionic :
Anionic
Shade :
Bluish, virtually natural white
Substantivity :
Good
Form supplied :
Yellow Powder
Acid resistance :
Good
Solubility :
25° C 20 g/ l 98° C 250 g/ l
Storage stability :
60 months
Recommended for Use :
Use In the pulp for sized and filled papers. Surface application in the size or film press. Use in coatings containing carriers.
Application

With its outstanding properties, ABSTRACT WHITE HIGH CONC. TETRA SULPHONIC POWDER can be used universally for brightening sized and filled papers. Its good resistance to acids and sizing ensure problem- free processing even at low pH values. ABSTRACT WHITE HIGH CONC. TETRA SULPHONIC POWDER can be added to the pulp in amounts of up to 0.2 TO 0.4 %. ABSTRACT WHITE HIGH CONC TETRA SULPHONIC POWDER should preferably be used in dissolved form. However, the good solubility of the product means that the granules can also be scattered into the pulper or machine chest provided they are then mixed in thoroughly. To obtain an optimum brightening effect in sized papers, it is advisable to monitor the quantum of fluorescent whitening agent before the aluminum sulphate or other cationic additives.

Surface brightening

ABSTRACT WHITE HIGH CONC. TETRAS ULPHONIC POWDER is highly suitable for surface brightening in the presence of starch. ABSTRACT WHITE HIGH CONC. TETRAS ULPHONIC POWDER should be used for high white qualities.

Pigmented coatings

Good brightening effects are also obtained with ABSTRACT WHITE HIGH CONC. TETRA SULPHONIC POWDER in pigmented coatings with starch, CMC and polyvinyl alcohol as carriers. The addition is normally not more than 0.3 %.

Cooking aid also known as pulping aid. Compound used in cooking process for improving the mass transfer of pulping chemicals i.e. alkali and by products during cooking process.

ABSTRACT ACS is formulator compound designed for better cooking of pulp.

ABSTRACT ACS works not only as a catalyst but also provides high degree of wetting and penetration in highly alkali medium and controls the reaction of alkali.

Features

Highly compatible with Alkali.

Act as a powerful wetting agent in highly alkaline medium. Increase the rate of penetration of alkali.

Catalyses the reaction.

Controls the drastic reaction of alkali. Hence protect the fiber from detorietion to short of fine fibers.

Advantages

Low generation of short fibers

Increase in retention and decrease in rejection.

Increase yield of pulp

Quality of cooking improved

Reduces requirement of alkali and reducing agent.

Improves washing property.

Improves machine run ability.

The ration of agro to waste can be increase.

Name
ABSTRACT
Catalyses
Yes
Wetting
Yes
Penetration
Yes
Reaction Acceleration
Yes
Self Cooking
Yes
Controls Of Decomposition Rate of Reducing Agent
No
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
PROPERTIES
ABSTRACT ACS
Product Type
Compounding of nonionic, catalysts, Pseudononionics
Physical Property
Light yellow transparent liquid
Ph Value 1 %
7-8
Compatibility
Compatible with water and alkali with all Proportion
Application
To be used with cooking chemicals during Cooking process
Dosage
1-2 kg per ton of pulp. It may vary dependingOn raw material (agro.)
Reeduction of Alkali
8-12 kg per kg of abstract acs
Shelf Life
12 months

The defoamers used for papermaking process are mainly made from higher aliphatic alcohol and its derivatives.

OUR DEFOAMERS are chemically designed to prevent the formation of foam.

ABSTRACT DEFOAMERS breaks existing foam.

ABSTRACT DEFOAMER is added to the solution prior to foaming symptoms occurring The efficiency of abstract defoamer is dependent upon the bulk solution chemistry, operating conditions and surface active agents (surfactants) creating the foam.

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Function: To cause foam bubbles to coalesce to the point where they are large enough to float harmlessly to the water surface and break.

DEFOAMING EFFICIENCY AT.015KPT

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Figure 1: EFFICIENCY OF ABSTRACT DEFOAMER

Below Table has been provided by one of our customer of Paper Mill while they make a Laboratory Test of our Non Toxic Defoamer

Time Second HEIGHT OF FOAM Other Defoamer
Blank Abstract non Toxidefoamer
0 300 300 300
10 420 320 400
20 530 330 520
30 580 330 540
40 620 330 600
50 700 330 680
60 790 330 700
Defoaming Efficiency % - 58.22 11.39

Based on above result, Non Toxic Defoamer is more effective paper machine defoamer compared to currently they use other defoamer. At same dosage of 0.15 kpt, Non Toxic Defoamer is 80.43 % more effective.

Product Name Application Benefits
Abstract Non Toxic Defoamer (Ntd) White water defoaming during formation of paper sheet
  • Fine diffusivity, powerful dofaming ability
  • Effectively eliminate and hinder and formation of small bubbles in the pulp
  • Avoid paper defect resulted from the small foams
  • Improve drain ability of the pulp and the retention of the filler
  • Good compatibility with end chemicals
Abstract Silicon Defoamer (SD) For wood bamboo, rice-wheat-straw, bagasse, and other type of pulp making
  • Suit high temperature and strong alkali conditions
  • Quickly eliminate and suppress foams for long time
  • Effectively reduce residual alkali, enhance sizing percentage and pulp washing level
  • Reduce pulp loss due to foams
  • Non-poisonous and harmless, easy to degrade
Abstract Af Paper Coating Defoamer For paper coating
  • Acid and alkali – resistant
  • Reduce shrink holes, fish eyes and other paper defect
  • Enhance paper smoothness
  • Non-poisonous and harmless.
Deinking essentially involves three steps:

1. Detachment of ink from fibers
2. Removal of detached ink from fibers
3. Water clarification for reuse and disposal of removed ink and contaminants.

Deinking is the industrial process of removing printing ink from paper fibers of recycled paper to make deinked pulp.

The key in the deinking process is the ability to detach ink from the fibers. This is achieved by a combination of mechanical action and chemical means. In Europe the most common process is froth flotation deinking.

Deinking chemicals are generally added to the pulper. During pulping the recovered paper is slushed into a pulp at high consistency. The combination of chemical and mechanical action is favourable. Additionally, by dosing early in the process to the pulper the reaction time is increased as well as the more effective dosage of some chemicals as the result of a high consistency. Figure 1 shows a schematic layout of a typical deinking process for the production of pulp for graphical grade paper. Often all deinking chemicals are added to the pulper, but sometimes some or all of the deinking aid can also be added to the flotation cell.

Benefits of abstract deinking:
  • Improve Ink Removal
  • Improve Pulp Quality
  • Lowers Bleaching Costs
  • Most effective in Deinking plants that use old newsprint and old magazine waste furnish.
  • Highly concentrated effective deinking agent
  • Excellent collector chemical for flotation deinking
  • Enables the leading white grade plants to achieve deinked pulp of quality equal to virgin pulp in brightness and dirt.
  • Cost effective
  • Lead to higher brightness
  • Lower dirt counts in finished paper
  • Improve pulp Bleachability & Brightness level
  • Lowe dirt count
  • Reduce or eliminate the use of certain chemicals
  • Environment friendly
  • Enhances the removal of ink particles
  • Very efficient even at low dosage levels

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Figure 1: Schematic layout of a deinking process for the production of deinked pulp for graphical grades, by using ABSTRACT deinking aid

Product Name Benefits Addition Rate/Ton Chemistry
Abstract D Excellent Removal of Ink 0.4 – 0.5 % A Sodium Salt Of Selected Fatty Acid Based
Abstract HD Enhanced collector chemical for flotation deinking 0.4 – 0.5 % A Sodium Soap Of Cps Plus A Synergistic Additive
Abstract Di Hc Liq Excellent cost effective In The Removal of Ink and to Prevent Re deposition of Ink to The Cellulose Fiber 0.05 – 0.2 % Mixture Of Non-Ionic Surfactants And Dispersants
Abstract Bio Deinking Liq Improve pulp bleach ability and brightness, reduce dirt count 0.02 – 0.05 % Proprietary Formulation Comprised Of Various Enzymes And Necessary Surface Active Components
Use of ABSTRACT-D AND ABSTRACT HD in Different Types of Verity of Paper.

End Market Furnish/Waste Fibre Type
Newsprint Mixtures Of old newsprint (100%-40%) and magazines (0-60%)
Tissue (A) chemical fibre and
(B) predominantly chemical fibre
Printing/ Writing (A) chemical fibre
(B) mechanical fibre and
(C ) mixtures chemical fibre
Topliner (A) chemical fibre
Testliner Chorma- Board (A) mechanical fibre and
(B ) mixtures chemical fibre
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Figure 2: A line chart showing brightness gain against ink removal with different product of abstract deinking aid
SALT FREE DIRECT DYES (LIQUID) ACID DYES (LIQUID) DIRECT DYES (POWDER)
Direct Yellow – 11 Acid Orange – 7 Direct Red - 9
Direct Yellow – 44 Acid Orange – 23 Direct Blue - 201
Direct Yellow 6 Acid Yellow – 23 Direct Blue - 290
Direct Yellow - 107 / 132 Acid Yellow – 36 Direct Black - 168
Direct Red – 81 Acid Yellow – 42 Direct Red - 83;1
Direct Red – 239 Direct Blue - 71
Direct Red – 254 Direct Black - 179
Direct Orange – 39 Direct Red - 227
Direct Orange – 15 Direct Blue - 94
Direct Orange – 102 / 118 Direct Blue - 160
Direct Blue – 14 – (2r) Direct Blue - 273
Direct Blue – 15 Direct Blue - 78
Direct Blue – 86 Direct Red - 224
Direct Blue – 199 Direct Yellow - 107
Direct Blue – 273 Direct Yellow - 23
Direct Blue – 279
Direct Blue – 301
Direct Black – 168
Direct Violet – 9
Direct Violet – 35
Direct Violet – 51
Direct Brown – 44
Sulphur Black - 1

ABSTRACT's dry strength programs offer papermakers another tool to manage end-product specifications, enhance operation profitability and develop new grades. The typical benefit of our dry strength program is improved strength properties and improved run ability. This gives you the option to increase machine speed, reduce basis weight, and to use lower cost fiber.

STRENGTHENING PROGRAMME
"Strengthening" should be used after Refining Machine Chest.

Primary Bonding mechanism responsible for Dry Strength involved the formation hydrogen bonds between Hydroxyl groups on adjacent fibers as water is removed from the shit.

Tensil`s strength in low density sheets determine by the number of fiber to fiber bond (crossover points). And the strength of individual fiber to fiber bond.

The use of "Super Bond" can improve compressed strength of individual fiber to fiber bonds through supplemental hydrogen bonding in areas of existing fiber crossovers.



Product Name Solid Content Dosage Benefits
Abstract Suber Bond 25+1 3-5 KG Added to the machine chest after refining.
  • Improve machine run ability
  • Improve strength properties, ply bond, wax pick and Formation
  • Improves drainage, retention of fines, filler and Wet End Chemicals
  • Neutralize the anionic trash in paper making system and balance the system charge
  • Easier drying
Abstract DSR 16+1 3-5 KGS Added to the machine chest after refining.


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Paper softning technology with Abstract RS products
  • The first impression of tissue paper comes with its softness. We are happy to introduce you with ABSTRACT MICRO SOFTENER flaks and liquid form.
  • ABSTRACT MICRO SOFTENER product works by coating the surface of the fiber with a thin layer of ABSTRACT MICRO SOFTENER has lubricant properties, thus making the fiber feel smoother and gloss.
  • These products are specifically formulated to ensure and enhance surface smoothness, bulk softness, and hand-feel of tissue products.

Other Benefits:
  • Increased sheet flexibility
  • Enhanced creping efficiency
  • Improvement while drying
  • Increase resistance to stains

Through research and application experience in all stages of the tissue production process, we ensure that our tissue technology meets all of your expectations.

Product Name Concentration Benefits
Abstract Micro Softener Min 99% flaks form Excellent flexiblity with extra smoothness and stain resistance
Abstract Micro Softener LIQ 20%

How it works:
  • ABSTRACT MICRO SOFTNER is direct going to mix with the pulp, and provides a layer formation for the smoothness
  • Addition of ABSTRACT MICRO SOFTNER to pulp makes clearance in paper layers to make alignment of surface active agent on pulp slippery, which provides softness gentle to the skin
  • PIGMENT VIOLET – 23
  • PIGMENT BLUE – 15
  • PIGMENT VIOLET – 3
  • IP RED - EB
ABSTRACT STC 112
  • Though the word is used to cover a variety of problems, most usually stickies are understood to involve adhesive materials coming from the reuse of waste paper pulp.
  • The main culprit in many problems with stickies is the polyvinyl acetate (PVA) and other binders in the "pressure-sensitive" labels that have become so common in mail and throughout our society over the past couple of decades. The problem with stickies is that they cling together and tend to build up into globs or strings.

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How to solve stiekies problem:

The best ways to deal with stickies include avoiding them, removing them during deinking of the wastepaper by using ABSTRACT STC 112 to the system to overcome their tackiness.



Product Name Application Benefits
Abstract STC112 Control and remove stickes from the pulp
  • Excellent removal micro & macro stickies
  • Not allow stickies to re deposit
  • Stickies dispersion to finer particle size

Advantages:
  • Improves Machines run ability.
  • Maximize stickies removal (Micro Stickies) from the Pulp.
  • Reduce and controls the problems due to stickies.
  • Removes the Adhesive, Rosin, Coating Binder, Gums, Waxes and Resin from the Pulp.
  • Stickies dispersion to finer particle size.
  • Reduce Paper Breaks due to stickies.
  • Improve Paper Quality.
  • Reduction of Back Water Turbidity.
  • Reduction of stickies deposit on machine, wire, felts, dryer section and calendar stacks.