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Pulp and paper industry

Paper has come a long way before it began to be manufactured in the form in which we now know it. Invented in China, from the very beginning it was an important medium of information, back then silk and linen fibers were used in its production. Currently, the starting material for the production of cellulose pulp, from which paper is made, are various types of fibrous plant materials obtained, among others, from coniferous and deciduous trees, but also from other plants, e.g. from flax, bamboo or cotton.

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ROKAnol B2 (CAS No.: 68002-96-0)
Non-ionic surfactant used as an ingredient of washing and cleaning agents for the...
Composition
Alkoxylated alcohols
ROKAnol LP2023 (CAS No.: 68002-96-0)
ROKAnol LP2023 belongs to the group of non-ionic surfactants of the type of alkoxylated...
Composition
Alkoxylated alcohols
ROKAnol LP2126 (CAS No.: 68002-96-0)
ROKAnol LP2126 belongs to the group of non-ionic surfactants of the type of alkoxylated...
Composition
Alkoxylated alcohols
ROKAnol LP3943 (CAS No.: 68551-13-3)
ROKAnol LP3943 belongs to the group of non-ionic surfactants of the type of alkoxylated...
Composition
Alkoxylated alcohols
ROKAnol RZ4P11 (CAS No.: 68002-96-0)
It is used as low foaming additive for aqueous and glycol-aqueous systems. It is...
Composition
Alkoxylated alcohols
Rokrysol PZW (CAS No.: 9003-04-07)
Used in the sugar industry as an agent preventing overgrowth of evaporator heating...
Composition
Acrylic acid derivatives
Caustic soda flakes (CAS No.: 1310-73-2)
Sodium hydroxide in solid form, also called caustic soda, is an inorganic chemical...
Composition
Alkali
Caustic soda lye (CAS No.: 1310-73-2)
Sodium hydroxide is an inorganic chemical compound of the hydroxide group, belonging...
Composition
Alkali
Sodium Hypochlorite (CAS No.: 7681-52-9)
Sodium hypochlorite, also known as sodium chlorate (I) or sodium salt of hypochlorous...
Composition
Alkali, Chlorine derivatives
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