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Development agreement - borregaard and billerudkorsnäs

Borregaard and BillerudKorsnäs have entered into a development agreement where BillerudKorsnäs wish to run full scale tests of packaging products containing micro fibrillated cellulose (MFC). Borregaard’s new Exilva MFC plant is well positioned and has sufficient capacity to support BillerudKorsnäs in this development. - Borregaard welcomes this cooperation with BillerudKorsnäs.  Our Exilva MFC products have excellent strength and barrier properties and should hence be good materials for BillerudKorsnäs to further develop their position as a world leader in sustainable packaging solutions. We further believe this cooperation will bring new learning with respect to understanding our product properties better, which should be valuable in...

Sustainable solutions

Borregaard’s innovative products and solutions can play an important role in addressing the world’s greatest sustainable development challenges: Population growth and climate change. 

Certifications

Borregaard is certified in accordance with several standards.

Paints & Coatings

Borregaard's products can help customers to solve typical challenges related to the waterborne coatings as well as replace the current synthetic additives in formulations.

IPBI: 'Innovate for the greater good'

Another article talking about Exilva has been published to the International Paper Board Industry magazine. In the April issue, you can read more about how Exilva, as a radical innovation result, can help corrugators innovate for a greener future. Read the full article here.

Having trouble producing stable foams?

Solid foam is a clever way to produce lightweight structures and insulation materials, whereas many personal care and detergent formulations are required to form a liquid foam.

Having trouble producing stable foams?

Solid foam is a clever way to produce lightweight structures and insulation materials, whereas many personal care and detergent formulations are required to form a liquid foam.

Is MFC compatible with surfactants?

Have you run into problems with incompatibility of the surfactant you would like to use and other ingredients in your formulation? This is a common problem as surfactants are quite versatile in charge, chemical structure and functionality. This could lead to undesired interactions with oppositely charged ingredients.

Oil-in-water and suspo-emulsions

Sustainable stabiliser and structuring and anti-settling agent for oil-in-water and suspo-emulsions.

Improving cleaning products: utilising multifunctionality of cellulose fibrils

Cleaning products at home containes fairly rough abrasives, enabling you to clean off dirt and stains. In the field of cleaning, this is called "agitation" and is part of the C-H-A-T cleaning formula: Chemical-Heat-Agitation-Time. Could this be something for cellulose fibrils? Let's discuss a couple of thoughts on where the cellulose fibrils may give you some functionality.

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