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Variables in press drying pulps from sweetgum and oak

Variables in press drying pulps from sweetgum and oak

USDA Forest Service Research Paper, Forest Products Laboratory, Madison (FPL-295): 17

The advantages are discussed of the press-drying method for hardwood pulp to be used in linerboard manufacture. Springback is controlled by this process and fibre conformability and plastic flow are improved. Press-dried handsheets had greater edgewise compressive strength and dimensional stability than conventionally-dried handsheets. Press-drying also increased burst, ring crush and tensile strength and MOE.

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