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  • Cartons, Crates and Corrugated Board
    � materials, shipping, 530 HDPE, 357 headspace, 365�366, 484 heartwood, 101 heat sealing, 391, 419, 424 heat treatment, wood, 84�86 for pests, 86 Heidelberg Tun, 9 hemicellulose, 97, 99 high-density polyethylene (HDPE), 286 hollander beater (see also paper ), 18, 200 hologram, 329 �
  • A BRUSH WITH NATURE: AN HISTORICAL AND TECHNICAL ANALYSIS OF THE PAPERS AND BOARDS USED AS SUPPORTS FOR LANDSCAPE OIL SKETCHING
    Board mills often used such relatively unsophisticated equipment, rather than the hollander beater , because so much board was made using recycled paper as well as low-grade rags and hemp rope: the recycled paper needed little beating, merely separation.
  • A STUDY OF THE EFFECTS OF CONSERVATION TREATMENT ON THE FANSHAWE ARCHIVE
    Apparently, after the inven- tion of the ' Hollander beater ' in the late 16oos, metallic impurities (copper and iron) were introduced into the paper pulp by contact with the metal rotary grinders [7].
  • Thermal analysis and the scientific conservation of cultural materials
    Apparently after the invention of the ' Hollander beater ' in the late 1600 s, metallic impurities (copper and iron) were introduced into the paper pulp by contact with the metal rotary grinders [4].
  • The Evolution of Global Paper Industry 1800��2050
    Furthermore, the invention of the so-called Hollander beater which, especially in the Zaanstreek, took the place of the old stamping mill was an important factor in improving the quality of the product which rapidly became world famous. � important innovation in papermaking between the Middle Ages and the nineteenth century introduction of mechanical paper production.
  • Preventing Strength Loss of Unbleached Kraft Pulp
    Would the treatment increase recycled paper strength, or, if the treatment improved the fiber flexibility, did the � As shown in Fig. 24, sub-batches of centrifuged pulp were taken from cold storage and refined with a laboratory Hollander -type beater (Valley Machinery, Inc.), following the procedure of TAPPI method T-200.
  • History of Machines for Heritage and Engineering Development
    As the nineteenth century proceeded, advances were limited to pulp preparation rather than to papermaking itself, as the introduction of stamping cylinders and Hollander beaters brought improved methods of processing rags and producing stock (Radice 1928). In the Kingdom of Naples, the paper industry dates back to the eleventh century, if not before.
  • Book Reviews
    � with materials in American papermaking is included in the introduction and "Summaries of Paper Mill Histories" and � This information includes the introduction of the Hollander beater in America in 1756; the Gilpins' endless papermaking machine, an 1817 American knockoff of the cylinder machine; George Shyrock's experiments with straw for paper- making in 1829; the Owen & Hurlbut mill's early �
  • Book Reviews
    He occasionally drew and painted on printing papers . One of the great technical innovations in the late 17th century is the Hollander beater or rag engine.
  • The History, Technology, and Conservation of Architectural Papier M�ch�
    The pulp was prepared by beating the cotton "half stuff" in a hollander beater during a fairlybrief beating cycle of one-half hour. � less than 1%) of methyl cellulose was added to produce a somewhat harder paper capable of reproduc �


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