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Production

Technical lignins can be produced with many different processes, which influence significantly the properties of the resulting lignins. Besides the botanical origin of the lignin (plant species), the chemistry that is taking place during the isolation of these lignins is indeed the main factor that will determine the behaviour of separated lignins in their different fields of application.

Besides classical processes of lignin separation (Kraft process, Sulphite process, Soda process) that are largely used in the paper industry, multiple new processes have been investigated, but none of them has so far reached industrial application (organosolv processes, various biorefinery processes).

The basic overview report on lignin production, as it was in 2010, is available just below (first file under ‘View All’). This report is the base and will not be updated. Information about new lignin production processes, that are not in the overview report, can be found in the items that follow or under the different tabs. Lignin fractionation is included in this chapter and not under modifications.

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Summaries, Overviews and Priority Papers

  • View All
  • General
  • LPS Process
  • ECOLIG
  • LignoBoost
  • Organosolv
  • CIMV
  • Lignosulphonates
  • Various
  • LignoForce
  • Westvaco
  • Hydrolysis
  • Ultrafiltration
  • Fractionation
  • Ionic Liquids

General

LPS Process

ECOLIG

LignoBoost

Organosolv

CIMV

Lignosulphonates

Various

LignoForce

Westvaco

Hydrolysis

Ultrafiltration

Fractionation

Ionic Liquids

Development & demonstration of the LignoBoost process

ILI Forum 8, Rome 2007 and FRAM 2 project

Per Tomani

Effect of precipitation conditions on properties of Lignin from the LignoBoost process

ILI Forum 8, Rome 2007 and Ecobinders project

Henrik Wallmö, Hans Theliander, Karin Lindgren

The German lignocellulose biorefinery project

1st European Congress of Applied Biotechnology, 2011, Berlin, Germany

J. Michels and K. Wagemann, N. Tippkötter, G. Unkelbach

La bioraffinerie lignocellulosique

Bioenergiesud, Nimes,2011

M. Delmas, CIVM Biomass Technologies, Levallois Perret , France

La Biolignine (TM): Structure et application a l'elaboration de resine epoxy

2013

G.-H. Delmas, CIVM Biomass Technologies

NEWS-NEWS-NEWS commercial LignoForce Plant announced at Westfraser-Hinton

2014, Hinton, Canada

Kraft Pine Lignin INDULIN® AT

2014

MeadWestvaco Corporation, Charleston, USA

Softwook Kraft Lignin isolation from black liquor: From laboratory to pilot-scale production

13th European Workshop on Lignocellulosics and Pulp (EWLP), Sevilla, Spain, 2014

F. Bertaud, M. Petit, A. Guillemain, S. Tapin, S. Molina

Aqueous acetone fractionation of kraft, organsolv and soda Lignins

Nordic Wood Biorefinery Conference (NWBC), 2017, Stockholm, Sweden

J. Dominguez-Robles, A. Rodriguez, T. Tamminen, T. Liitiä, M. S. Peresin, A-S. Jääskeläinen

The impact of the fractionation method on the chemical structure and reactivity of industrial Kraft Lignins

Nordic Wood Biorefinery Conference (NWBC), 2017, Stockholm, Sweden

A. Tagami, M. E. Lindstrom, C. Gioia, O. Sevastyanova, M. Lauberts, G. Dobele, T. Dizhbite

Database

  • View All
  • Various
  • Ultrafiltration
  • LignoBoost
  • Fractionation
  • Organosolv
  • Enzymatic
  • LPS Process

Various

Ultrafiltration

LignoBoost

Fractionation

Organosolv

Enzymatic

LPS Process

Effect of precipitation conditions on properties of Lignin from the LignoBoost process

ILI Forum 8, Rome 2007 and Ecobinders project

Henrik Wallmö, Hans Theliander, Karin Lindgren

Biolime- Production of a Lignin fuel from Kraft black liquor

ILI Forum 8, Rome 2007 and Ecobinders Project

Ingrid Nohlgren, Curt Lindstrom, Lars Stigsson

Physical properties of Kraft Lignin and interactions at Lignin Interfaces

ILI Forum 8, Rome 2007

M. Norgren, S.M. Notley

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