Strength Additives

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Solenis offers a broad selection of wet and dry strength additives that enhance the end-use performance of tissue and towel, printing and writing papers, and packaging board. These additives allow papermakers to manage the required wet and dry strength characteristics of their products, as well as enable them to develop new and improved paper grades and, in many cases, improve their machine operating efficiency.

Notably, in the 1950s, Solenis invented the first polyamidoamine-epichlorohydrin (PAE) wet strength resin. Today, Solenis offers the broadest portfolio of permanent and temporary wet strength resins in the world.

Dry Strength Additives

  • Amphoteric polyacrylamide resins
  • Anionic polyacrylamide resins
  • Cationic polyacrylamide resins
  • Cationic glyoxylated resins
  • Enzymes
  • Modified polyamines

Wet Strength Additives

  • Cationic glyoxylated resins
  • Polyamidoamine-epichlorohydrin resins
  • Polyamine-epichlorohydrin resins
    • Including epoxide resins

Repulping Aids

  • Automated chemical feed and control systems
  • Data management service
  • Inventory monitoring service
  • Application expertise
  • Diagnostic expertise
    • Charge monitoring and testing
  • Laboratory analysis
    • Defect
    • Deposit
    • Epichlorohydrin residual
    • Paper and board
    • Pulp
  • Pilot paper machine studies

Contact us today to learn more about our wet strength additives and dry strength additives.