Esters are organic compounds in which two hydrocarbon groups are linked by an oxygen atom. Mechanical pulp mills use large amounts of energy, mostly electricity to power motors which turn the grinders.
This letter bore the unmistakable Southworth brand watermark that has stood the test of time. Bisulphite Pulp, Sulphite Pulp Chemical pulp produced by cooking chips in a solution of sulphur dioxide and ammonium- calcium- sodium- or magnesium-sulphite Black Liquor A mixture of spent cooking chemicals and dissolved wood material remaining after pulping.
Agitator Equipment used to keep content of a tank or chest in motion and well mixed. BF An abbreviation for boldface, used to determine where boldface copy is to be used. The remaining pulp is then removed by placing the beans into a fermentation tank to loosen the pulp before washing the pulp away with water.
When stored properly, aged coffees have an unusual and almost musty, but pleasant, taste. In a printing project, usually a bleed will cost more to produce than a piece that does not bleed. Estate A coffee estate is a coffee plantation. The anti-aging properties in alkaline paper make it a logical choice for documents where permanence is essential.
Agave An aloe plant sometimes used as a source of long papermaking fibers similar to sisal hemp. Blind Emboss A design impression that is made without using inks or metal foils.
Water was directed over hand constructed wooden mill wheels to generate power. Beating Mechanical treatment of fibers to increase surface area, flexibility and promote bonding when dried.
Unlike a UV coating or a varnish, an aqueous coating will accept ink-jet printing, making it a natural choice for jobs that require printing addresses for mass mailings.
Cancerous cells often invade and destroy normal tissue cells. AIDS is characterized by inability to produce required antibodies. Treatment is surgical removal or x-ray therapy.
Air Laying or Air Laid Process A nonwoven web forming process that disperses fibers into a fast moving air stream and condenses them onto a moving screen by means of pressure or vacuum. Anti Rust Paper Paper containing added substances which give it the property of protecting the surfaces of ferrous metals against rusting.
Dry Process In the dry process, ripe cherries are first dried in the sun, after which the dried skin, pulp, and parchment are removed from the bean seed.
Unlike the acid sizing system, alkaline sizing does not use high concentrations of alum to set the size. Ash Content The residue left after complete combustion of paper at high temperature.
Exposure to dioxin is linked to chloracne and porphyria cutanea tarda. ANSI American National Standards Institute, a nationally recognized coordinating group whose functions are to identify and fulfill the needs for standards.
It is both rewarding and empowering. The resulting Methylene Chloride and Caffeine mixture is completely removed from the coffee. Brazil, Ethiopia, and Yemen produce most of the worlds dry processed coffees.
Annual Crop Fibers Papermaking fibers derived from plant harvested on a seasonal basis such as wheat straw, rice straw etc. Rings usually have six carbon atoms. The stock is sprayed onto the pulp machine wire, water drains off, more water is removed by pressing the sheet of fibres, and the sheet is then dried.Terminology related to coffee Coffee Farming ProcessingCoffee term descriptions and illustrations.
The two main rag fibres used in paper making are cotton and linen, rag paper consists of % rag fibre and the rest is chemical wood pulp. REAM A term denoting a number of sheets of paper ranging from tomost commonly Paper & Paperboard Recovery.
After increasing for three consecutive years, the U.S. paper recovery rate dipped from percent in to percent in Handbook of Pulp and Paper Terminology: A Guide to Industrial and Technical Usage [Gary A.
Smook] on dfaduke.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Book by Smook, Gary A. Designed as a companion volume to Handbook for Pulp & Paper Technologists, this dictionary contains more than 9, references, defines pulp and paper technological terms, and is a necessity for the newly employed, mill employee as well as consultants and suppliers who interact directly with the industry.
Here we present Dime Novels, Penny Dreadfuls, Story Papers and Pulp Magazines. All of which were popular reading for the masses in America and abroad from the later 19th and early 20th centuries.Download