International Journal of Chemical Studies
Vol. 6, Issue 2 (2018)
Determination of optimal dose in adding cationic starch to paper quality 150 gsm with interpolation
Author(s): Sri Redjeki Setyawati, Tita Rosita, Septilina Melati Sirait and Wahyudin
Abstract: Cationic starch was an additional chemical in making paper that served as an adhesive material between fiber and fiber, as well as fiber with filler. In making 150 gsm using cationic starch with dose (11-12) Kg/Ton. The research consist of three stages : preparation stage, test phase, and data processing stage. Analytical methods and research specifications refer to the Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry (TAPPI). The result was obtained for a crack resistance test of 300 kPa using a 6 kg / ton cationic starch dose, a tensile strength test of 7.5 kgf / 15mm using a cationic starch dose of 5 kg / ton, 2,5 mm spatial test using a cationic starch dose of 10 kg / ton, folding resistance test with 15 fold using 10 Kg/Ton cationic starch dose, tear resistance test 105 gf using cationic starch 5 Kg/Ton and strength bond test between 250 J/m2 fiber using cationic starch dose 6 Kg/ Ton. It was concluded that the optimal dose of cationic starch addition was used to make 150 gsm paper that was 10 Kg/Ton.
Pages: 604-607 | 408 Views 4 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Sri Redjeki Setyawati, Tita Rosita, Septilina Melati Sirait, Wahyudin. Determination of optimal dose in adding cationic starch to paper quality 150 gsm with interpolation. Int J Chem Stud 2018;6(2):604-607.