1. Technological development process
The filtration technology is one of the core technologies in the papermaking process, serving the purpose of filtering impurities from wood pulp and paper pulp, separating water, and optimizing the structure of paper. As manufacturing industries continue to develop and environmental awareness increases, filtration technology has also been constantly updated and improved. In the early 1980s, non-woven filter cloth was introduced to Europe and America and gradually promoted, making significant improvements to the performance of filtration technology. After the 1990s, electron beam processing technology was applied to filtration production, greatly improving production efficiency and product quality.
2. Application cases
Currently, filtration technology has been widely applied in various paper production. For example, in professional fields such as banknote printing and book printing, filtration technology can effectively control the thickness and density of paper, creating high-quality printed products. In the field of consumer goods such as tissues and toilet paper, filtration technology can control the softness and breathability of products, improving user experience.
3. Future trends
In the future, filtration technology will continue to develop towards digitization, intelligence, and automation. For example, the intelligent filtration production system based on the Internet of Things has begun to be promoted and applied, which can achieve precision control and automated management of the entire filtration production process with support from sensors, cloud computing, and other technologies, improving production efficiency and quality.
In conclusion, papermaking filtration technology is one of the core technologies in modern papermaking industry, and with continuous updates and improvements, its importance and application scope in production are constantly expanding. In the future, we can expect more applications of filtration technology in digitization, intelligence, and automation, providing better support for the steady development of the papermaking industry.