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Topic Tuesday: High temperature stability with cellulose fibrils

Posted by Mats Hjørnevik 30. January 2018

Exilva_Navnesuper_temp_stability.jpgAnother episode of Topic Tuesday where we break down the rheological profile of cellulose fibrils under certain conditions. This week we will show you the robustness of your product's rheology profile under different temperatures when using cellulose fibrils.

Otto Soidinsalo is again joining in for a discussion providing some ideas on the performance under the wide temperature range. 

 

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Topics: Topic Tuesday, Video, temperature, rheology, Stability, heat


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By: Mats Hjørnevik

Mats Hjørnevik has five years’ experience working on microfibrillated cellulose. As the marketing manager of the Exilva products from Borregaard, he works closely on introducing the concept of microfibrillated cellulose to the market. Mats has a M.Sc. in international marketing and experience from international locations.

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