First grade fluff pulp is recovered from industrial rejects of personal hygiene products such as adult incontinence briefs, baby diapers, and sanitary napkins.
- Brightness 80 – 94%
- Average fiber length 1.0 – 2.5 mm
- Network strength 5.5 – 6.5 N
- Absorption time 3.5 – 5.0 sec
- Absorption capacity Around 50 g/g
- Contains around 15% of sodium polyacrylate
- Contains fewer than 1% plastic particles or elastics
- Bales are protected with plastic bags to avoid any contamination
- HS Classification code of the fluff pulp: 4706.20.0000
Weight and Bale Sizes
Average of 390 kg (860 lb)
800 mm x 900 mm x 2 m long (32 in x 36 in x 80 in long)
The 1st grade fluff pulp has the same properties as virgin fibers containing sodium polyacrylate and can be used again in the production of personal hygiene products. These fibers allow for a quality product and reduce the need of adding sodium polyacrylate. Since the distribution of the absorbing polymers will be less constant it is recommended mixing the reclaimed fibers to virgin fibers.
14.5 metric tons in a 40 feet “high cube” container
20 metric tons in a 53-foot trailer
Our plant is located at 100 km from the Montreal Port.