RE: pulp and paper

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From: Jim Whitehead (ejw@cse.ucsc.edu)
Date: Sun Nov 26 2000 - 11:51:18 PST


I have heard the Swedes still understand the practically lost art of paper
production, and have an Institute dedicated to its study, the "Swedish Pulp
and Paper Research Institute".

http://www.stfi.se/facts/facts.htm

I discovered this font of paper production knowledge using the arcane
Internet search engine Google.

http://www.google.com/

Type "paper production", then click "Google Search". You will be amazed.
Welcome to the Web.

- Jim

> -----Original Message-----
> From: test test [mailto:lekosgr@yahoo.com]
> Sent: Sunday, November 26, 2000 12:45 AM
> To: FoRK@xent.com
> Subject: pulp and paper
>
>
> Dear Sirs,
>
> My name is Lekos George, Iím thirty eight years old, I
> live Arta , an area of Greece, I have studied
> chemistry and I intend to establish a factory , in the
> area when I live , which will produce pulp and paper.
>
> If you have the ability and kindness I would like to
> inform me about these :
>
> i) Do you have the technology and technognosis of
> producing pulp and paper from raw material mainly
> reeds and secondtly from cotton spouts and leaves ,
> corn spouts wheat spouts , barley and oats spouts or
> even from clorer ? (could you also find for me
> technognosis and technology for producing pulp from
> orangeís peel ? )
>
> ii) What kind of machines do we use for each part of
> the pulpís producing procedure and the same for the
> paperís pulpís producing procedure ? How much does it
> cost if I want to produce 100-200 tons pulp per day?
>
> iii) Those machines are the sama whenever we use as
> reeds and secondtly from cotton spouts and leaves ,
> corn spouts wheat spouts , barley and oats spouts or
> even from clorer. What kind of paper could produce
> from these raw materials? Is there any difference
> between the kind of machines for pulp which I want to
> produce?
>
> iv) Which are the demands of the machines in human
> work ?
>
> v) What kind of energy do we need for the machines
> function per hour ? (electric, solar ,Ö )
>
> vi) How much does every machine costs per hour?
>
> vii) Which are the every machineís demandings such as
> the rest auxiliary raw materials and who much space do
> they need?
>
> viii) Can I find in the lowest cost those chemical
> auxiliary raw materials ? Those chemical auxiliary raw
> materials are different for each kind and quality of
> pulp ? Which are they and how can I get them?
>
> ix) How much water is the needing for the produce
> 100-200 tons per day?
>
> x) The machines which I will buy will they good
> function time quarantee and for how long?
>
>
>
>
> xi) Which financial conditions do you have for the
> buying all or part of mechanological equipment ?
>
>
> xii) Could you inform me about the providers of the
> machinesís spare parts and how much do they cost?
>
> xiii) Could you provide me with check-machines for the
> possibillity of evolutions disa sters? (How much do
> they cost)
>
> xiv) Could you provide me with machines that can
> neutralize all the dirtying of the paper factory? (How
> much do they cost)
>
> xv) If after a passing time these is needing for
> spreading out ( double etc) will I need extra
> machines or I can count to those which I bought from
> the beginning of the factory ? What shall I done then
> if not this happen?
>
> xvi) Are there any factories where I can see your
> technology and how does it act; Will I be able to
> speak to the superior persons?
>
>
>
>
> Ií d prefer to answer me as sooner as possible.
>
>
> Yours sincerely
> Lekos George
>
>
>
> Bussines Address:
> street: K.Aitolou & G.Matsou (corner)
> town : ARTA TK 47 100
> GREECE
> Email: lekosgr@Yahoo.com
>
>
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