Treatment of recycled fiber with Trichoderma cellulases

Dienes, D [Dienes, Dóra (Biotechnológia), szerző]; Egyhazi, A; Reczey, K [Réczey, Istvánné (Vegyészet, biotec...), szerző] Mezőgazdasági Kémiai Technológia Tanszék (BME / VEK)

Angol nyelvű Tudományos Szakcikk (Folyóiratcikk)
Megjelent: INDUSTRIAL CROPS AND PRODUCTS 0926-6690 20 (1) pp. 11-21 2004
Konferencia: 5th European Symposium on Industrial Crops and Products/3rd Internatioanl Congress and Trade Show GreenTech 2002-04 [Amsterdam, Hollandia]
  • SJR Scopus - Agronomy and Crop Science: Q1
    Recycled fibers have become increasingly important as raw material in the pulp and paper industry. Although utilization of secondary fibers has environmental and economical advantages, unfortunately the deteriorated drainability of secondary fibers causes decreased productivity. In this work, two commercial Trichoderma cellulase enzyme preparations were used to improve pulp properties of recycled paper. A blend of various cellulase components (Pergalase A40) was compared with endoglucanase III (IndiAge Super L) based on their effect on drainage, water retention value, fiber length distribution and paper properties (air permeability, tensile index, burst index, tear index). Enzyme characteristics were investigated in order to establish the industrial applicability. IndiAge Super L containing only EG III proved to be more stable than Pergalase A40 against fluctuation of temperature and pH. Experimental design (cross-classification) was used to examine the influence of enzyme dosage and treatment time on drainage. The effects of enzymatic treatments on pulp and paper properties showed that the type of enzyme component is probably very important. Moreover, existence or absence of cellulose-binding domain might play a determinative role. (C) 2003 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
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