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1. A step further in coatingSin descripciónRISI Daily News
Nº: 14
Fecha: 25/03/2013
2. El cartón gráfico Dorexpack, para tapas de libros y embalajes de lujoAbelan Board Industrial es un grupo europeo especializado en la fabricación y manipulación de papel y cartón, que opera en siete plantas y cuatro países. Una de ellas está ubicada cerca de Alcover, a unos 15 kilómetros de Reus, en la provincia de Tarragona. Hemos tenido la ocasión de visitarla recientemente. Allí hemos descubierto cómo se fabrica un cartón gris, perfecto en lisura y rigidez, que se utiliza en cubiertas de libros, puzzles, tableros de juegos, cajas, carpetas y archivadores, embalaje de lujo para cava o perfume. José Angel Ramia, director de calidad, seguridad y medioambiente, nos guió siguiendo el recorrido de la elaboración de este interesante cartón.El Papel
Nº: 179
Fecha: Junio 2014
3. CiFilmR coating starch: customer focussed development of nature-derived binder for cost effective of paper and board Sin descripción. Paper Industry Technical Association - Annual review & Membership directory
Nº: 5
Fecha: 2015/ 2016
4. Optical brightening agents - where next?Sin descripción. Paper 360º - TAPPI
Nº: 1202
Fecha: Marzo 2017
5. Paper coated with sonochemically synthesized zinc oxide nanoparticles: enhancement of properties for preservation of documents Sonochemically synthesized zinc oxide (ZnO) nanoparticles were coated on paper for enhancing its properties in view of the preservation of documents. The paper used for accession register was used as substrate. Physical, chemical, optical, hydrophobic, and antifungal properties of the coated and uncoated papers were compared. Nanoparticles were synthesized with ultrasound from organic precursors and were characterized by X-ray diffraction (XRD) and field emission scanning electron microscopy (FESEM), whereas coated and uncoated papers were examined following procedures as described by the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS). It was observed that coating with nanoparticles imparted mechanical strength, water repellence, and antifungal properties to the paper without compromising its printability. Hence, coated paper is comparatively more suitable for preservation of written or printed documents than uncoated paper. Tappi Journal
Nº: 1601
Fecha: Enero 2016