P-RC APMP – a fiber source with great performance
The efficient application of alkali (NaOH) in the impregnation stage leads to a significant reduction of specific refining energy. The simultaneous addition of hydrogen peroxide produces high-brightness refined pulp. A separate post-bleaching stage is not needed.
This flexible process produces a wide range of superior pulp grades suited for the production of paper products – from LWC to printing/writing to board and tissue products.
ANDRITZ P-RC APMP systems can be applied for a broad variety of wood species ranging from low-density aspen and poplar to high-density eucalyptus and acacia. It can also be applied for annual fibers such as kenaf, bagasse, reed, and other annual crops.