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Research review May 2018: new topics from the world of cellulose fibrils

By Mats Hjørnevik 29. May 2018

Ever heard about bouligand structures or tunicates? And how are these topics relating to nanocellulose? This week’s research review is giving you a summary of some really exciting news relating to strength performance from nanocellulose (nanocrystalline cellulose). In addition, we are bringing you news on nanocellulose as an art-preservation aid. Spend 4 minutes and read through some really interesting updates.

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Temaer: MFC reviews, Cellulose Fibrils

Stability of Cellulose fibrils — microbial degradation

By Rebecca Blell 24. April 2018

Cellulose fibrils are most often supplied as readily activated water suspensions. This maintains the product’s performance and makes it easy to incorporate into a formulation. It however brings up questions about the microbial stability of the suspension over time. Is the robustness of Cellulose fibrils enough in this case?

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Temaer: storage, Stability, Biodegradability, Cellulose Fibrils

Why should I use cellulose fibrils in coatings?

By Mats Hjørnevik 17. April 2018

It is important for producers of coatings to control flow and stability. The way to do this in water borne systems has typically been a work for synthetically derived additives, water-soluble cellulose derivatives or clays. Can cellulose fibrils do anything new for you?

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Temaer: MFC, coating, Cellulose Fibrils

Microfibrillated cellulose, cellulose fibrils or nanocellulose?

By Anni Karppinen 10. April 2018

Is microfibrillated cellulose (MFC) the same as nanocellulose? What is the difference between micro- and nanofibrillated cellulose? What about cellulose nanocrystals and cellulose fibrils? Starting to read about MFC (or nanocellulose) might be confusing since the terms used for nano- and micro-sized cellulosic materials are versatile. Moreover, they are not totally established, so the same material can have different names or the same terms can be used for very different kind of materials. In this post, I will introduce the most common terms and distinguish synonyms from different materials.

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Temaer: MFC, Cellulose Fibrils

What is Cellulose fibrils?

By Mats Hjørnevik 20. March 2018


Never heard of Cellulose Fibrils? Don't worry, I will guide you through the things you need to know. Cellulose fibrils is a completely new performance additive made from natural raw materials, designed to outperform current oil-based technologies. I will during this article give you a quick overview of what cellulose fibrils is, its characteristics and functionalities, and what you can do with it.

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Temaer: MFC, Cellulose Fibrils

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Exilva is Borregaard’s innovative new additive within the field of Cellulose fibrils / Microfibrillated cellulose (MFC). Exilva is a completely natural and infinitely sustainable performance enhancer that improves rheology and stability in product formulations.


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