Paper making and fiber liberation – Processes of chemical liberation – recovery or purification... – Waste paper or textile waste
162 5, 162199, 162DIG4, D21C 908
A method for controlling, inhibiting the deposition of and/or for removing stickies from the surfaces of pulping and papermaking machinery in secondary fiber operations by adding an effective amount of a melamine formaldehyde-type polymer to a pulp slurry or furnish containing secondary fiber that is in contact with said machinery. Improved paper end products resulting from this method are also disclosed.
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Cochenour C. G.
Hastings Karen M.
Mitchell W. C.
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