New light-weight foam formed products

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Abstract

Foam assisted forming technology introduces new exciting opportunities for improving the properties of current products and to develop totally new sustainable wood fiber based products. The technology allows very porous and thick structures to be produced from wood fibers and it enables the exploitation of new raw material combinations by extending the raw material base. Porous fibre structures can be made of any fibre or fibrous particle blends with or without additives that possess adequate level of bonding or adhesion in wet and dry state. Foam forming offers a sustainable solution to manufacture a wide range of products that can be used e.g. in acoustic control, thermal insulation and in packaging products. Commonly used paper chemicals and microfibrillated cellulose can be used to improve the mechanical properties of porous cellulose structures. Fiber foam can be produced in dilute fire retardant chemical solutions to improve the fire performance of the final product. Critical process phase in the production of thick and porous fibre structures is drying, but combined impingement-infrared drying has shown high drying rate. Shrinkage of the fibre foams depends on the furnish type and can be controlled by applying correct drying strategy. Thick 3D in- and out-of-plane foam formed structures made from cellulose-based fibres are ready to conquer new application areas and replace oil-based materials.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication5th International Symposium on Emerging Technologies of Pulping and Papermaking & 3rd International Papermaking and Environment Conference, 5th ISETPP & 3rd IPEC
Subtitle of host publicationProceedings
Publication statusPublished - 2016
Event5th International Symposium on Emerging Technologies of Pulping and Papermaking & 3rd International Papermaking and Environment Conference, 5th ISETPP & 3rd IPEC - Guangzhou, China
Duration: 7 Nov 20169 Nov 2016

Conference

Conference5th International Symposium on Emerging Technologies of Pulping and Papermaking & 3rd International Papermaking and Environment Conference, 5th ISETPP & 3rd IPEC
Abbreviated titleISETPP
CountryChina
CityGuangzhou
Period7/11/169/11/16

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foams
drying
wood fibers
cellulose
raw materials
flame retardants
insulating materials
shrinkage
packaging
mechanical properties
adhesion
acoustics
manufacturing
heat
oils

Keywords

  • foam foaming
  • thick foams
  • acoustic control
  • thermal insulation
  • packeging

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Pääkkönen, E., Pöhler, T., Jetsu, P., Kiiskinen, H., Lehmonen, J., Timofeev, O., & Torvinen, K. (2016). New light-weight foam formed products. In 5th International Symposium on Emerging Technologies of Pulping and Papermaking & 3rd International Papermaking and Environment Conference, 5th ISETPP & 3rd IPEC: Proceedings [51]
Pääkkönen, Elina ; Pöhler, Tiina ; Jetsu, Petri ; Kiiskinen, Harri ; Lehmonen, Jani ; Timofeev, Oleg ; Torvinen, Katariina. / New light-weight foam formed products. 5th International Symposium on Emerging Technologies of Pulping and Papermaking & 3rd International Papermaking and Environment Conference, 5th ISETPP & 3rd IPEC: Proceedings. 2016.
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Pääkkönen, E, Pöhler, T, Jetsu, P, Kiiskinen, H, Lehmonen, J, Timofeev, O & Torvinen, K 2016, New light-weight foam formed products. in 5th International Symposium on Emerging Technologies of Pulping and Papermaking & 3rd International Papermaking and Environment Conference, 5th ISETPP & 3rd IPEC: Proceedings., 51, 5th International Symposium on Emerging Technologies of Pulping and Papermaking & 3rd International Papermaking and Environment Conference, 5th ISETPP & 3rd IPEC, Guangzhou, China, 7/11/16.

New light-weight foam formed products. / Pääkkönen, Elina; Pöhler, Tiina; Jetsu, Petri; Kiiskinen, Harri; Lehmonen, Jani; Timofeev, Oleg; Torvinen, Katariina.

5th International Symposium on Emerging Technologies of Pulping and Papermaking & 3rd International Papermaking and Environment Conference, 5th ISETPP & 3rd IPEC: Proceedings. 2016. 51.

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Pääkkönen E, Pöhler T, Jetsu P, Kiiskinen H, Lehmonen J, Timofeev O et al. New light-weight foam formed products. In 5th International Symposium on Emerging Technologies of Pulping and Papermaking & 3rd International Papermaking and Environment Conference, 5th ISETPP & 3rd IPEC: Proceedings. 2016. 51