In an article with the headline “Joint Transformation” the Brazilian pulp and paper magazine Celulose & Papel presents PulpEye Vessel, which was launched last year.
Vessel cells exist in hardwood pulp. These cells are often relatively intact in the pulp process and can have a negative impact on pulp quality. They can reduce print quality by acting like flakes or not take ink the same way as the surrounding fibres. Dust problems can also occur due to vessel elements coming loose during printing. PulpEye Vessel is an interesting module in particular for pulp producers producing eucalyptus pulp.