On a world class Liner/Medium swing machine, Novel was able to replace a “low unit cost” corn starch with one of our DynaBondTM tapioca starches. The net result was vastly improved machine performance and more than $3/Ton in chemical cost savings. Please click here to view the case study.
A leading medium producing facility called on Novel to help with reducing mill energy consumption and to avoid significant capital cost associated with the installation of a new starch cooker. Using a “cold water soluble” tapioca starch, Novel was not only able to deliver on eliminating the need for a starch cooker, but also reduced mill steam consumption, eliminated fresh water usage, and improved sheet strength characteristics. Please click here to view the case study.
In another 100% OCC medium, liner, and tube and core facility, Novel was able to produce similar results with a DynaBondTM cold water soluble starch. Net results here not only included a highly sustainable program, but also allowed the facility achieve new specifications that yielded a new customer. Please click here to view the case study.
A large fine paper mill was utilizing a typical low DS, commodity corn starch for ASA emulsification, retention, and strength benefits. Novel worked with the mills technical team and existing suppliers to prove that the existing technology was actually a hindrance on the machines’ wet end chemistry programs. The attached case study shows that by using a starch that better fit the mill’s objectives and goals, the mill could reduce cost of operation, as well as, dramatically improve machine performance. Please click here to view the case study.
A fine paper mill had a desire to eliminate ASA deposition issues without increasing operating costs. Novel personnel were able to provide an innovative approach that utilize a liquid starch specifically engineered for ASA emulsification. The new program produced a higher-quality ASA emulsion that led to reduced dosages, reduced deposits, and reduced costs. Please click here to view the case study.
CarboxyMethyl Cellulose (CMC) is an anionic strength additive that is commonly used is the tissue and towel segment. Unfortunately, CMC has a very high unit cost. Novel was able to develop a CarboxyMethyl Starch (CMS) that performed similar to CMC, albeit, at a much lower unit cost. Please click here to view the case study.
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