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Title: Mineral scale management. Part 1, Case studies

Author: Hart, Peter W.; Rudie, Alan W.;

Date: 2006

Source: Tappi. Vol. 5, no. 6 (June 2006): Pages 22-27

Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication

Description: Mineral scale increases operating costs, extends downtime, and increases maintenance requirements. This paper presents several successful case studies detailing how mills have eliminated scale. Cases presented include calcium carbonate scale in a white liquor strainer, calcium oxalate scale in the D0 stage of the bleach plant, enzymatic treatment of brown stock to eliminate oxalate scale, and control of barium sulfate scale.

Keywords: Pulping, enzymes, industrial applications, lime, bleaching, barium sulphate, pulp mills, incrustations, calcium carbonate, calcium oxalate, sodium sesquisulphate, chemithermomechanical pulping

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Hart, Peter W.; Rudie, Alan W. 2006. Mineral scale management. Part 1, Case studies. Tappi. Vol. 5, no. 6 (June 2006): Pages 22-27


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