“A” type“B” type“C” type“D” type“E” type“U” type“A Premium”     typeB 90 type
Brightness (%)85~8685~8789~90min. 8070~7589~9085~8685~87
Moisturecontent (%)max. 8,0max. 8,0max. 8,0max. 8,0max. 8,0max. 8,0max. 8,0max. 8,0
Thickness (μm)1000±3001000±3001000±3001000±3001000±3001000±3001000±3001000±300
Freeness (°SR)14~2014~2014~2013~2014~2014~2014~2014~20
Dirtiness (mm2/m2)max. 1,0max. 1,4max. 2,0max. 2,0max. 2,0max. 2,0max. 1,0max. 1,4
Viscosity (cPs)min. 110min. 7010~20min. 90150~20010~20min. 110min. 90
α cellulose(%)min. 99min. 99min. 99min. 99min. 99min. 99min. 99min. 99
Ashcontent (%)0,2~0,50,2~0,50,2~0,30,2~0,30,2~0,30,2~0,30,2~0,30,2~0,5
Grammage (g/m2)600±100600±100600±100600±50600±100600±100600±100600±100
Density (g/sm3)0,55±0,050,55±0,050,55±0,050,60±0,030,55±0,050,55±0,050,55±0,050,55±0,05

Cellulose in fibrous or in chemically modified form plays a relevant part in products for industrial applications and in products which are used in human daily life. Besides wood, our enterprise produces cellulose from natural source of cotton. Linters are a by-product of the oil mills. In linters bleaching plant, the raw linters are purified mechanically and chemically and insulated. The resulting bleached linters (cotton linters pulp, CLP/cotton linters cellulose, CLC) have an alpha-cellulose content of about 99%. Due to their purity and to their properties, the cotton linters pulp is the cellulosic basis for a large number of special and niche products in the paper and chemical industry.