Bleached Hardwood Pulp

Bleached hardwood pulp is a type of pulp that is commonly used in the production of high-quality paper products. It is made by treating hardwood fibres with a combination of chemicals, including chlorine dioxide, hydrogen peroxide, and sodium hydroxide. This process removes impurities from the fibres, resulting in a bright, clean pulp that is ideal for use in a variety of applications, including printing, packaging, and specialty papers. Its high strength and durability make it a popular choice for use in applications where quality is critical.