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SUNPAP project – Final Conference 19-20 June 2012

Nano Fibrillated Cellulose production, factors affecting quality, paper & board applications, risk and sustainability assessment.

Location: Palazzo Turati, Via Meravigli 9/b–20123, Milan (Italy)

What is SUNPAP?

Scale-Up Nano Particles in Modern Papermaking (SUNPAP) is a large-scale integrating project in the European Community’s 7th Framework Programme under the NMP programme. The general aim of the SUNPAP project is to direct the paper and board production to even more sustainable use of materials and production technologies. Special attention was paid to sustainability assessment and life cycle analysis throughout the project. The project is coordinated by Dr. Ulla Forsström from VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland (VTT), Finland.

Presentations in PDF-format

Tuesday 19 th June 2012
Welcome and Introduction to SUNPAP (Ulla Forsström, VTT) 
Session I: Nanocellulose production and characterization (Chairperson, Tiemo Arndt, PTS)
Nanocellulose: impact on European competitiveness (Katja Salmenkivi, Pöyry)
Technical opportunities and economical challenges to produce nanofibrillated cellulose in pilot-scale: NFC delivery for applications in demonstration trials (Valerie Meyer, CTP, Jesse Kautto, Pöyry)
Advanced characterization techniques to evaluate the structure of nanofibrillated cellulose (Asko Sneck, VTT)
Environmentally friendly techniques to increase the solid content of suspensions from nanofibrillated cellulose: AKD-nano-emulsions (Karim Missoum, INP Grenoble)
Modeling NFC suspensions in pilot scale process conditions (Antti Puisto, Aalto)
Safety assessment of nanoparticles and nanomaterials, general aspects and the specific case of nanofibrillated cellulose (Atte Von Wright, BioSafe)
   
Wednesday, 20th June 2012
Session II: Nanocellulose applications (Chairperson, Ulla Forsstrom, VTT)
Innovative surface treatment with foam coating technology (Karita Kinnunen, VTT)
Active properties of foam coated paper by functionalised nano-fibrillated cellulose (Patrizia Sadocco, Innovhub & Giovanni Baldi, Colorobbia Italia)
Coating of PVOH/NFC blend to develop a barrier packaging board: from lab to pilot scale (Céline Guezennec, CTP)
Replacement of synthetic binders with NFC in board coating: pilot scale studies (Heikki Pajari, VTT, Anders Wigsten, StoraEnso)
Nanofibrillated cellulose in high quality inkjet coating (Gerd Papier, Schoeller Technocell GmbH & Co. KG, Ralf Gericke, PTS)
Nanofibrillated cellulose: Results of in vitro and in vivo toxicological assays (Hannu Norppa, FIOH)
   
Session III: Influence on product end of life & sustainability (Chairperson, Graziano Elegir, INNOVHUB)
End of life of innovative SUNPAP paper products containing NFC/MFC: their effect on recycling/deinking behaviour (Benjamin Fabry, CTP)
Organic recovery: an efficient end of life option for innovative Sunpap paper products (Patrizia Sadocco, INNOVHUB)
Risk assessment of nanofibrillated cellulose in occupational settings (Juulia Rouhiainen, Pöyry)
Sustainability assessment of NCF board and non-woven applications (Tiina Pajula, VTT)
Sum-up and closure (Ulla Forsström, VTT)
Poster sessions
1. Optimization of the Tempo oxidation. (Denilson DA SILVA PEREZ, Valerie Meyer, CTP)
2. Nanofibrillated cellulose grafting induced by redox system (Eliza Zeno, CTP)
3. Preparation of NFC suspensions from spray-dried powders (Elson Montibon, Lars Järnström, KAU)
4. Antibacterial paper based on NFC-ZnO coatings (Natercia Martins, University of Aveiro)
5. Nanoparticle characterisation with NanoSight (Agnieszka Siupa, Nanosight)
5. Advanced characterization techniques to evaluate the structure of nanofibrillated cellulose. (Asko Sneck, VTT)
7. Influence of nanofibrillated cellulose on paper properties in wet end application studied on CTMP and bleached softwood kraft pulp in pilot scale (Tiemo Arndt, PTS)
8. Innovative surface treatment with foam coating technology (Karita Kinnunen, VTT, Horst Ros, J. Zimmer Maschinenbau GmbH, Andreas Finger, Hansa Industrie Mixer GmbH Co KG)
9. Sustainability assessment of NCF board and non-woven applications (Catharina Hohenthal, VTT)
10. But is it safe...? How to find out? (Juulia Rouhiainen Pöyry)