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Pigment-coated papers

James P. Casey

Pigment-coated papers

a critical assessment of the processes, technical developments, and economics

by James P. Casey

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Published by M. Dekker in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Paper coatings.,
  • Pigments.,
  • Paper coatings industry.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJames P. Casey.
    SeriesA series of special reports ;, rept. no. 13
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTS1118.F5 C37 1985
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 105 p. :
    Number of Pages105
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3026427M
    ISBN 100824774221
    LC Control Number85006836

      ° Der Reyden, , "Pigment-Coated Papers I: History and Technology" ICOM Preprints Washington DC, , pp. Sources Checked for Data in Record. Boise Cascade Paper Group, The Paper Handbook, Boise Cascade, Portland OR, Coated paper with high smoothness and brightness is an advanced paper substrate which has been commonly used in printing book cover, elegant advertisements, commodity packaging, and labels, etc. It is mainly manufactured by coating a pigment compounds layer on base-paper.

    Papers in English; abstracts in English, French and German. Notes: "Papers presented to the Institute of Paper Conservation held at the Tate Gallery, 3rd-5th March " At head of title: The Institute of Paper Conservation. Description: pages: illustrations (some color) ; . The aim of this study was to investigate the spreading of sessile drops of polar probe liquids (water and ethylene glycol) on pigment coated offset papers. Furthermore, existing theoretical models for spreading were applied to evaluate the experimental results.

    RISE, Innventia, PFI – Paper and Fiber Research Institute. ORCID iD: (English) In: Current microscopy contributions to advances in science and technology / [ed] Méndez-Vilsa A., Formatex Research Center, , p. Chapter in book (Refereed). The Book and Paper Group Annual 3, Washington DC: AIC, , pp. 68– Gould, Barbara. “The Removal of Secondary Supports from Works of Art on Paper.” The Book and Paper Group Annual 6, Keyes, K. M. “A Method of Conserving a Work of Art on a Deteriorated Thin Surface Laminate.” The Paper Conserva , pp. 10–


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Pigment-coated papers by James P. Casey Download PDF EPUB FB2

Coated paper (also known as enamel paper, gloss paper, and slick paper) is paper that has been coated by a mixture of Pigment-coated papers book or a polymer to impart certain qualities to the paper, including weight, surface gloss, smoothness, or reduced ink absorbency.

Various materials, including kaolinite, calcium carbonate, bentonite, and talc, can be used to coat paper for high. PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a method for producing paper coated with pigment that has excellent productivity, coating defects reduced and shows a variety of excellent properties, e.g., the blank gloss development, the print gloss development and the like and to provide paper coated with pigment.

SOLUTION: In the method of producing pigment-coated paper Cited by: 9. Article The influence of different roughness scales of pigment coated papers on print gloss was published on 01 Aug in the journal Nordic Pulp & Paper Research Journal (Vol Issue 3).Cited by: 6.

A machine-coated paper composed of barium sulfate and calcium carbonate in an acrylic binder was examined and tested as a comparison for a modern pigment-coated paper.

The treatment procedures were selected to test the effects of 4 solvents—water, ethanol, acetone, and toluene--applied in 3 ways—immersion, poultice (diatomaceous earth). and Cited by: 1. A er that da te, the development an d use of pigment-coated.

printing papers began to increase. St udies and researches on these papers con t inue. book papers and other.

printing paper. In addition, special attention was paid to the readability of the book. Like the first one, the second edition is intended to serve as a text and handbook for pigment coating and surface sizing technologies. View the detailed Table of Contents.

Updated Second Edition () ISBN BOOK - Vol 11 Pigment Coating and Surface Sizing of. Pigments for Paper is a product Pigment-coated papers book the Coating Pigments Committee of TAPPI's Coating and Graphic Arts Division and will be a valuable reference tool for everyone involved in paper coating.

Each of the twelve chapters was written by well-respected industry experts who are specialists in the area: 1. Pigment-Coated Paper, by R. Hagemeyer 2. Fundamental Mechanisms for Polyethylene Adhesion on Pigment Coated Paper and Board, 13th TAPPI European PLACE Conference.

Handbook For Pulp and Paper Technologists (The SMOOK Book), Fourth Edition. The best-selling text to introduce the entire technology of pulp and paper manufacture. : “The Comparison of Accelerated Aging Conditionsthrough the Analysis of Extracts of Artificially Aged Paper.” AIC Book and Paper Preprints, 15th annual meeting, AIC, Washington D.C., pp.

43 – AIC The Book and Paper Group Annual, p. Stuff preparation for paper and paperboard making. Monographs on paper and board making. Tracing and Pigment- Coated Papers.

Pigment-coated papers: a critical assessment of the processes, technical developments, and economics. [James P Casey] Book: All Authors / Contributors: James P Casey.

Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description. CHROMOLITHOGRAPHIC MECHANICAL VALENTINES AND PIGMENT COATED PAPER The technology and treatment of an embossed, chromolithographic "mechanical" Victorian Valentine card / Mosier, Erika; van der Reyden, Dianne; Baker, Mary, In: The Book and paper group annual: vol.

11 / Espinosa, Robert (comp.); AIC. Book and Paper Group. Washington, D.C. A significant decrease of contact angle of water on the studied pigment-coated papers was observed as a result of UVC treatment. The effect was most pronounced for carbonate-based coatings.

In addition, the UVC treatment showed long-term stability. A detailed analysis of the surface chemical composition of the PCC-based coatings indicated that. For single-pigment-coated papers, CaCO 3 produced paper with the best color difference performance and could be substituted for silica.

On the other hand, SiO2 was found to be suitable for blending with talc, calcium carbonate, and sericite, and its combination with these materials generally produced better image qualities than.

Commercially available pigment-coated paper (90 g/m 2, Lumif Stora Enso), pigmented and surface-sized paper (90 g/m 2, Lumif Stora Enso), and typical surface-sized copy paper (90 g/m 2, Berga Form Laser, Stora Enso) were treated with corona and atmospheric plasma on a pilot and a laboratory ng electron microscopy (SEM) images from the paper.

Paper delivered at the Book and Paper specialty group session, AIC 17 th Annual Meeting, May June 4,Cincinnati, Ohio. Papers for the specialty group session are selected by committee, based on abstracts and there has been no further peer review. Papers are received by the compiler in the Fall following the meeting and the author is.

The print-through (a) and print gloss (b) of uncoated and silica-pigment-coated fine papers. The surfaces were printed with an HP Deskjet 16% (Figure 8 (b)), and the highest print gloss, 28%, developed on the coating containing fumed silica.

The second part covers materials science and engineering topics, such as the printing performance of different pigment coated paper, applications of phase change materials for energy saving, preparation methods of nanofibers, the properties of physical and chemical foaming concrete, and the influences of hydrogenation on tensile properties of.

a book series covering the latest technology and future trends Book 11 Second Edition Totally updated version Book editor Jouni Paltakari, (Tech.), Professor, Department of Forest Products Technology, Helsinki University of Technology Publisher Paper Engineers’ Association/Paperi ja Puu Oy Paperi ja Puu Oy Pigment Coating and Surface.

The pigment-coated papers were treated with two different pilot scale and one laboratory scale plasma equipment based on dielectric barrier discharges (DBD).

One of the pilot scale equipment was a so-called industrial corona (Vetaphone, Corona-Plus system, AC-excited), in which plasma state appears between two electrodes in air.

The effect of UVC (λ max = nm) treatment on wettability of pigment-coated papers was examined. The paper samples were coated with conventional pigments including ground calcium carbonate (GCC), precipitated calcium carbonate aragonite (PCC), and Kaolin.The invention is a paper/plastic laminate suitable for use in office, midrange and high-speed traditional laser and digital copiers and digital printers, and other like equipment using heat set fuser toner adhesion as the method for fusing/bonding an ink to a paper.

The paper/plastic laminate comprises a paper web laminated to a plastic film using % solids adhesives.Pigment-Coated Papers: A Critical Assessment of the Processes, Technical Developments, and Economics (A Special Report) May 1, by James P.

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