Nissan 220T/D imitation kraft paper (T paper) complete set

Pulp and paper mills are delivered to paper mills through the purchase of domestic waste paper. Waste paper is usually delivered in the form of compressed bales. Waste paper is disintegrated after reaching the paper mill so that the individual fibers they contain are completely separated from each other. This process is carried out in a large container called a “pulper.” The raw material is diluted to 100 times the weight of water and then subjected to violent mechanical action with steel rotor blades.


The resulting slurry (referred to as papermaking stock) is then passed to a storage tank. At this early stage, supplemental chemicals and additives may be added. Auxiliary chemicals are usually combined with the fiber raw material at a content of less than 1% to 2%, and may be a sizing agent, which reduces ink and water penetration, and processes defoamers. Common additives consist of clay, chalk or titanium dioxide, which are added to change the optical properties of paper and paperboard or as a fiber substitute. The slurry is then pumped into the paper machine through various mechanical cleaning equipment.


The main equipments are:
BFW Series Chain Conveyor

ZDSD Series D Type Hydrapulper

ZSC Series High Density Cleaner

ZNS Series M.C. Pressure Screen

PZ Series Reject Separator

ZSK Series Vibrating Screen

NLS Inflow Pressure Screen