Cellulose

Cellulose is a white substance insoluble in water, which is found in cotton in an almost pure form (up to 95%), but is primarily extracted from wood because that is most easily cultivated and processed by all cellulose suppliers. 
The cellulose contained in the wood is separated out by means of so-called acid or alkaline pulping processes. 
However, the resulting product is not yet in any case pure cellulose. In contrast to cotton cellulose, it still contains some percentage of polyose. At the end of the procedure, the extracted cellulose fibers are about 1-3 mm long and are pressed and dried and converted to web goods (rolls or sheets). The Linters cellulose extracted from cotton is often processed into balls as well. 
In addition to paper, cellulose is used in its natural form along with fibrous raw materials and insulating materials in other applications. For these purposes it undergoes further mechanical processing through pulverization.


Dry Grinding

Products & Solutions in the field of Dry Grinding
SecoMy® S Fine Cutting Mill

The fast operating fine cutting mills SecoMy® S are the choice for the pulverization of fibrous, ductile, soft, viscoplastic or temperature-sensitive products. In contrast to classic cutting mills, final finenesses of up to 45 μm can be reached in a one-step process with the SecoMy® S

SecoMy® Fine Cutting Mill

The fast operating fine cutting mills SecoMy® are the choice for the pulverization of fibrous, ductile, soft, viscoplastic or temperature-sensitive products. This type of cutting mill distinguishes itself through the optimization of number and position of the knives and the high cutting stroke rate.

Machine sizes available with drive capacities from 37 to 200 kW.

CS-Z Fine Cutting Mill

These fast operating fine cutting mills are the choice for the pulverization of fibrous, soft or elastic products. This type of cutting mill distinguishes itself through the optimization of number and position of the knives and the high cutting stroke rate.

Applicable for finenesses from 0.1 to 3 mm (d97).

Machine sizes available with drive capacities from 15 to 90 kW.