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cartonboard coatings Coating ingredients have emerged as pivotal components in the production of cartonboard, significantly influencing its performance and aesthetic properties. Their application optimizes gloss, smoothness, printability, and resistance to moisture; enhancing the cartonboard's visual appeal, functionality, and durability.
cartonboard dispersants Dispersants play a pivotal role in the production of high-quality cartonboard, ensuring even dispersion and stabilization of particles within the pulp mixture. This leads to enhanced structural integrity, improved visual appeal, and superior dimensional stability of the cartonboard, offering a competitive advantage in the packaging industry.
cartonboard insolubilizers Insolubilizers play a crucial role in the manufacturing of cartonboard, ensuring the stability and water-resistance of the end product. By making various additives insoluble in water, they enhance the dimensional stability and stiffness of the cartonboard, resulting in improved performance and quality.
cartonboard lubricants Lubricants play an integral role in cartonboard production, enhancing the operational efficiency of machinery and influencing the quality of the end product. By reducing friction between machine components, they minimize wear and tear, extend equipment lifespan, and increase productivity. Lubricants are used in the most rigorous coating applications to enhance printing performance and make images pop.
cartonboard sizing agents Sizing agents are specialized ingredients that improve the surface properties of cartonboard, playing a crucial role in enhancing performance. They aid in controlling water absorption and penetration, improving the cartonboard's dimensional stability, printability, and overall quality, making them an essential component in the packaging sector.
cartonboard surface sizing agents Surface sizing agents are applied onto the surface of the paper after the paper sheet has been formed and partially dried. Surface sizing agents primarily serve to enhance the surface strength of the paper, improve printability by providing a more even and smoother surface, and provide a further barrier to liquid penetration.
cartonboard wet-end sizing agents Wet-end sizing agents are added directly to the paper pulp during the initial stages of papermaking. The main purpose of wet-end sizing is to limit the amount of water absorption into the paper fibers during the manufacturing process and in the final product's use. Wet-end sizing agents contribute to the paper's resistance to penetration by aqueous solutions.