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The binding part or glue that binds cellulose fibres together in wood.

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CELLULOSE MEDIA

A filter material made from plant fibers. Because cellulose is a natural material, its fibers are rough in texture and vary in size and shape. Compared to synthetic media, these characteristics create a higher restriction to the flow of fluids.

DIGESTER

A vessel used to cook the wood and chemicals to break down the lignin that binds the cellulose fibres together.

DIGESTER

A vessel used to cook the wood and chemicals to break down the lignin that binds the cellulose fibres together.

CELLULOSE

Wood fibres used in the production of pulp.

ACID PROCESS

A chemical pulping process that uses an acidic calcium sulphite solution plus heat to break the bonds in wood between the cellulose and the wood fibres.

ALKALINE (SULFATE OR KRAFT) PROCESS

A chemical pulping process that uses an alkaline cooking liquor, caustic soda, plus heat to break the bonds in wood between the cellulose and the wood fibres.

SULFATE PROCESS

A chemical pulping process that uses an alkaline cooking liquor, caustic soda, plus heat to break the bonds in wood between the cellulose and the wood fibres.

SULPHITE PROCESS

A chemical pulping process that uses an acidic calcium sulphite solution plus heat to break the bonds in wood between the cellulose and the wood fibres.

PULP

The cellulose material used to produce paper board and other paper products.

PULP WASHER

A device by which the lignin solution or weak black liquor is removed from the pulp.
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