MoRe in Media

Unique chip impregnation equipment installed at MoRe Research

07/02/2019

MoRe Research has installed pilot equipment aimed at real time studies of the wood chip impregnation process. It is integrated with MoRe’s pilot digester plant and used to study how wood chip is impregnated and cooked under various conditions. Studies can be conducted for paper pulps and dissolving pulps. The impregnation pilot is a result of a PhD work at Helsinki University and has been further developed by MoRe.

Steel belt press

07/01/2019

"December 18, 2018 – A new steel belt that can create strong packaging material from high-yield pulp has been developed by MoRe Research, a research and development firm in Sweden that specializes in pulp and paper products."

Cellulose replaces plastic in future packaging material

12/03/2018

Mid Sweden University in Sundsvall and MoRe Research in Örnsköldsvik Sweden are cooperating with the Norwegian research institute RISE PFI on the PlastiCel project. The aim is to develop composite materials from nanocellulose and cellulose, which can be used as a barrier for heat, air and moisture.

Eurocon-MoRe

15/02/2018

Eurocon and MoRe Research are cooperating to offer analysis, mapping and system design for the collection and destruction of pulp mills’ diluted non-condensable gases, describing this as a “complete and simplified project process” for pulp mills.

 

Vacuum dewatering - a successful method for nanocellulose tests

22/11/2017

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