Comparison of two biocides--carbamate and glutaraldehyde--in the control of fouling in pulp and paper industry.

@article{Pereira2001ComparisonOT,
  title={Comparison of two biocides--carbamate and glutaraldehyde--in the control of fouling in pulp and paper industry.},
  author={Maria Ol{\'i}via Pereira and Maria Jo{\~a}o Mello Vieira and Vitorino de Matos Beleza and Luana Fernandes Melo},
  journal={Environmental technology},
  year={2001},
  volume={22 7},
  pages={
          781-90
        }
}
Formation of fouling deposits is a serious problem facing paper mills. Despite the search for alternative methods, chemical biocides still represent the chief countermeasure to control microbial growth and general fouling buid-up in pulp and paper mills. The purpose of this work was to determine the effect of two biocides (carbamate and glutaraldehyde) on both planktonic cells and fouling layers of a paper machine system. A flow system was used for the study of fouling accumulation in an… CONTINUE READING
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