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Delignification

Delignification is a cost-effective and environmentally friendly way of removing lignin and impurities, such as resins, in the pulp.

BIM offers expertise and a broad range of chemistries aiding the delignification process for a pure and bright pulp. The offering is divided into two main functionalities:

Removal of exctratives

BIM FIBRE programme helps our customers to reduce the bleaching chemicals and to produce a cleaner pulp.

Yield improvement

Addition of BIM PROBRIGHT to the oxygene delignification reduces the alkali dosage resulting in better yield and a brighter pulp.

Results: