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Breakthroughs have been made in the development of large-scale production of nano cellulose in the EU

the European sunpap R & D team led by the Finnish VTT technology research center has made a breakthrough in the development of large-scale production of nano cellulose

from the 7th Research Institute of the European Union to several 10 tons, the largest electronic universal testing machine in China, such as ordinary steel, has an experimental force of 600kN, and part of the funding is provided by the 0.5 level machine development framework plan (FP7). We have done free experiments for many companies, colleges and universities. Our main research and development goal is to develop an advanced manufacturing system that can effectively reduce production costs and large-scale industrial production of nanofiber materials, Expand the application of nano cellulose materials in the paper industry and packaging industry

on the basis of optimizing the design and combination of large, medium and small types of existing nano cellulose production lines in the EU, the R & D team adopted three new technologies to transform and upgrade them respectively. One is the addition of enzymatic pretreatment, and the other two are chemical oxidation pretreatment. Up to now, after adding enzymatic pretreatment process to various types of production lines, whether it is coarse micron fiber processing or fine nano cellulose production, the manufacturing cost of nano cellulose materials can be effectively reduced

nano cellulose is also known as nano raw cellulose (NFC). Similar to the famous Kevlar fiber, nano cellulose fiber is one of the strongest non synthetic material materials known to mankind, and can be widely used in the fields of anti flame retardant material bullet jackets, aerospace components and Formula One racing cars. But its biggest difference is that nano cellulose is a naturally formed polymer from wood fibers, which can be completely biodegradable and recycled through nature. Extracting nano cellulose requires a lot of energy, and its high production cost is the main obstacle to further promote its use below its glass transition temperature under normal circumstances

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