Fractionation of Recycled Fiber

As tested in different European countries, separating the long fibers and short fibers in a deinking line enables the simplification of the deinking line and reduces energy consumption as well as capital requirements.

Development Status Products
Commercial
Recovered Pulp

Fractionation of Recycled FiberCosts & Benefits

Parent Process: Recovered Fiber Pulping
Energy Savings Potential

11 to 13% reductions in electricity consumption, and up to 40% reduction in thermal energy can be achieved.

CO2 Emission Reduction Potential
Costs

Capital reduction of 13 to 22% can be achieved compared to traditional de-inked pulp (DIP) lines.

Fractionation of Recycled Fiber Publications

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