Sulfate pulp

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A chemically prepared wood pulp made by processing wood chips using the Kraft process. Sulfate pulp, also known as kraft pulp, produces strong papers that are used in tagboard and kraft paper.

Synonyms and Related Terms

sulphate pulp; kraft pulp; kraft process.


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