How Our Paper is made

In the recycling process, paper is made from waste paper sourced from India as well as imported from other countries. We use card board boxes for making kraft paper. Waste paper is stored as bails or bundles at our plant in Raw material section.

These waste paper bundles are fed to pulper, where water is added to form the pulp, we do not add any harmful chemicals in this process & the whole process is done mechanically.

This pulp is then sent to HD centricleaner – which removes metal particles from pulp. In turn this is passed through turbo Separator, whose impeller de-flakes the pulp & separates the plastic from pulp. Accept of this are fed to Thickeners to increase the consistency of pulp. In the thickener the pulp is further thickened by removing water. From thickener chest the pulp in transferred to Potcher Washers; where pulp is washed to remove dirt. From Potcher the pulp is sent to De-inking Cell.

This de-inked pulp is transferred to refiner chest and the refiner feed pump, feeds the pulp to refiner, the refined pulp is passed through a sequence of Slotted Screens to remove grits & other dirt particles. This pulp is then sent to mixing chest. In the mixing chest Sizing chemicals, dyes, other optical brightening agents are added. Sizing is done to control the water absorbency of paper.

This ready pulp is transferred to the M/C chest and from M/C chest it is send to the constant level box. Accept of the constant level box (Stock Regulation Box) is send to the suction of fan pump. The fan pump sends water along with pulp and feed the centricleaner system.

The centricleaner system works on three stages. [Primary, Secondary& Tertiary.] Accept of centricleaner is sent to Slotted Screen to remove any residual dirt particles. From the Screen accept pulp is sent to The Head Box.

The Head Box distributes the pulp equally to the continuously running wire mesh. As the diluted pulp flows through the wire mesh, the water starts draining down which is collected in a tray. The water is then collected in a tank which is connected to the suction line of Fan Pump.

As the water drains down the fiber start forming a web. The drainage of water is enabled by hydro foils, single foils, low vacuum and Hi Vacuum boxes.

The moisture content of the wet web formed from the wire will be about 75%, this web in then pressed at the First Press section where further moisture is removed. About 30 - 35% dry content with 70 - 65 % moisture paper passes out of the press. This paper is fed to the Second Press and further mechanical pressure is applied. A paper of about 45-47% dry content and 55-53% moisture comes out of the second press.

This paper having 55 – 52% moisture passes through a sequence of dryers. The dryers are heated by steam from inside having a surface temperature of about 135 degree C. The paper that comes out of this dryers section will have moisture content approximately 30 to 35%.

This paper is then fed to the mono glaze section. In this the paper is further dried & now the moisture content is about 10 to 12%. This paper is then passed through another sequence of Dryers to further reduce the moisture content to about 04-05%.

The roll on maturity at Pope Reeler is taken out and sent to the Rewinder.At the Rewinder the paper reels are cut into required size, packed and weighed for further distribution.

Why Use Recycled Products?

It is easy to assume that the small amount of material recycled in an individual office makes little difference environmentally. However, reproducing the effort of one business through the country leads to major improvements in the environment. The Australian Conservation Foundation has found that one tonne of recycled paper saves over 31,000 litres of water, 4,100 kilowatts of electricity and at least 13 trees. In a country as dry as Australia and with the threat of global warming, any savings are a significant contribution to improving the environment.

Recycling material reduces waste. For example, recycling paper reduces the amount that goes to landfill. This in turn reduces the amount of waste produced by the company. Many garbage disposal companies cost their services according to weight or number of pickups per week. Recycling can reduce rubbish and the cost of waste services.

A trustworthy image is vital for a business. Promoting the company’s use of recycled paper can enhance that image. A note on office stationery that the company uses recycled paper shows that the enterprise is a responsible corporate. Consumers are attracted to companies with a high degree of responsibility and reliability. Thus promoting a ‘green’ image leads to an increase in sales and reputation.

Recycling of any sort creates work in new green energy fields. More jobs mean more consumers with disposable income. Not only does responsible recycling result in helping the wider economy it also affects the growth of businesses in manufacturing or service fields.

Product Details

  • Type : Single Layer
  • Deckle Size : 3200 mm Finished
  • Raw Material : Indian & Imported Waste Paper
  • Product : Surface Sized MF Kraft Paper
  • Capacity : 150 TPD
  • GSM : 80 - 180
  • BF : 16 – 28