The material used for bleaching paper pulp is
2 Caustic soda
3 Sodium hypochlorite
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(3) Sodium hypochlorite
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India’s largest enzyme manufacturer has introduced, SEBrite
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CELLULASE FREE THERMOSTABLE ALKALINE CONDITION ACTIVE
XYLANASE enzyme that will reduce effluents in paper
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traditional chemical treatments are generally nonspecific,
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waste disposal problems.
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cuts down the need for chemicals such as Chlorine, Peroxide
or Chlorine Dioxide. Hence the enzyme bleach is cost
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quality and less waste as well as reduced energy
consumption. The product also promises to improve the
whiteness of the paper.
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