manufacturing Process

The Kraft process, also referred to as the sulfate process or as Kraft pulping, is a process used to produce paper pulp. The purpose of the process is to remove the lignin from the cellulose in the wood fibers that are placed in side larger pressure vessels that are called digesters. In order to accomplish this, the process utilizes sodium sulfide and caustic sodium hydroxide.

Our process is entirely closed-cycle process that has minimal environmental impact, since it:

  • extracts cellulose fibres from the wood to make a highly resilient paper,
  • recovers the wood's other components and uses it as an energy source,
  • recycles and regenerates the chemicals used in the pulping phase.

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