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Title: Laboratory paper pulp deinking: an evaluation based on image analysis, ISO brightness and ERIC
Author: Pala, Helena
Mota, Manuel
Gama, Francisco Miguel
Keywords: Paper pulps
Laboratory deinking
Image analysis
Issue Date: Mar-2007
Publisher: APPITA - Technical Association of the Australian and New Zealand Pulp and Paper Industry
Citation: PALA, Helena; MOTA, Manuel; GAMA, Francisco Miguel - Laboratory paper pulp deinking: an evaluation based on image analysis, ISO brightness and ERIC. APPITA Journal. Vol. 60, n.º 2 (2007), p. 129-143.
Abstract: Image analysis, ERIC and ISO brightness measurements were used to evaluate the effectiveness of laboratory deinking assays. The accurate measurement of the residual ink amount is difficult and the results depend on the methodology used. The three techniques correlate only when the same paper pulp is analysed and when the ink particle size distribution profile is similar. As the relative amount of each particle size depends on the deinking protocol used, the ink removal effectiveness is measured differently according to each test method. Image analysis was shown to be the most reliable method.
ISSN: 1038-6807
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