Sulfite paper is paper that converts wood into cellulose and paper through a sulfurization process. Sulfite is a process that extracts lignin from wood chips and produces pure cellulose fibers. This method of bleaching and bleaching paper is easier than other methods.
Sulfite paper is usually produced from a temperature of 18 and above, and the most common is 38 grams to 65 grams.
Sulfite paper is used for various packages and 100% pulp sulfite paper can be used for health and food packaging.
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