Biological pulping enzyme is a biological enzyme preparation, which is adopted by leading genetic engineering technology, produced by liquid submerged fermentation production and comprehensively utilized various
post-treatment technologies to develop. The series of products have high activity, and the pulping performance of the fiber can be obviously improved by modifying the fiber under certain conditions.
Package & storage:
20KGs net drum, 200KGs net drum or 1100KGs net IBC tank;
Q: How to Get Sample of Biological Pulping Enzyme? A: Sample within 500g could be sent for free once buyer’s DHL account is advised for freight collect or courier cost is paid. The courier cost could be deducted when bulk order is placed.
Q: What is Lead Time of Biological Pulping Enzyme? A: Generally, cargo could be loaded on ship in about two weeks after the date of receiving prepayment or L/C. Sometimes one week earlier or later.
Q: What’s the bulk Packing of Biological Pulping Enzyme? A: In 190kgs drum/In 1000kgs IBC drum, also could required by customer.
Q: How About the Biological Pulping Enzyme of ZXCHEM? A: Biological pulping enzymes have found significant applications in the pulp and paper industry. These enzymes are specialized proteins that play a crucial role in the breakdown of lignin and hemicellulose, which are the complex, rigid components of wood. Here are some key applications of biological pulping enzymes in the pulp and paper industry:
Delignification: Biological pulping enzymes are used to facilitate the removal of lignin from wood fibers during the pulping process. This results in a reduction in the use of harsh chemicals, such as chlorine, in the pulping process. Reduced chemical usage contributes to a more environmentally friendly and sustainable paper production process.
Improved Pulp Bleaching: Enzymatic pretreatment of pulp can improve the efficiency of the subsequent bleaching process. This results in a higher quality of paper with reduced environmental impact, as it requires fewer chlorine-based bleaching agents.
Energy Efficiency: Biological pulping enzymes can also enhance the energy efficiency of the pulping process. By breaking down lignin and hemicellulose more effectively, these enzymes make it easier to separate fibers and reduce the energy required for mechanical and chemical processes.
Reduced Environmental Impact: The use of biological pulping enzymes reduces the generation of harmful byproducts and the overall environmental impact of the pulp and paper industry. This aligns with the industry’s increasing focus on sustainability and eco-friendly practices.
Fiber Modification: Enzymes can be used to modify fiber properties, making the resulting paper products more suitable for specific applications. For example, enzymes can enhance the strength, smoothness, and brightness of paper.
Cost Savings: By improving the efficiency of various processes and reducing the need for expensive chemicals, biological pulping enzymes can lead to cost savings for paper manufacturers.
Recycling: Enzymes can aid in the recycling of paper and pulp products by breaking down ink, coatings, and other contaminants, making it easier to produce high-quality recycled paper.
In summary, biological pulping enzymes offer a range of benefits to the pulp and paper industry, including improved environmental sustainability, cost savings, and enhanced product quality. These enzymes have the potential to revolutionize the way paper is produced, making it more eco-friendly and efficient.