Cellulose is the most abundant and renewable natural polymer on Earth.
Today at FiberLean, our process converts cellulose, sourced from wood fibres, into its primary constituent building blocks; fibrils.
These fibrils are re-engineered at micro-scale to have a large aspect ratio and high surface area, yielding an interconnecting, dense, web-like network referred to as Microfibrillated Cellulose.
The MFC has a large surface area, thus allowing the formation of more hydrogen bonds within the web, giving natural strength to the material.
FiberLean MFC can be tailored to fit the specific customers' application needs with several fibre types alone or a composite with minerals.
The increase in bond strength allows the reduction in refining or the use of bulkier pulps such as CTMP.
MFC increases bonding, giving natural strength that allows you to reduce additives and expensive fibres or other materials.
FiberLean MFC provides the bonding and wet web strength permitting you to significantly increase the filler level in your paper.
The increased hydrogen bonding improves the initial wet strength of the web. This allows a smoother run on the paper machine, less web breaks for more productivity, with no additional additives required.
The use of MFC can decrease the energy required to refine fibres. You can replace your starch and strength additives with your in-house made MFC!
Benefit from adding MFC directly into your feed to increase significantly the strength of your product, allowing improvements such as lightweighting.
Or use our patented FLoT MFC Jet Applicator to add a natural barrier surface to your product.
Our MFC is a runaway for innovation and allows you to expand your portfolio... All without additional CapEx.
No limits to formulation possibilities
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