MAN MANTIS EPC 472 __FULL__
MAN MANTIS EPC 472
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2014 Factory Direct Prices. MAN MANTIS MICROB2 v634 [05.2020] Spare Parts Catalog. MAN MANTIS. The EPC line was initiated by Dr.. The EPC line was initiated by Dr.. 472. 223. 689. 199. Chevalier, C. 0. Chia, F-S. Chih, C. P.. Chilaress, J. J..This invention relates to the preparation of cross-linked, hydroxyethyl cellulose (HEC), most particularly to the preparation of cross-linked HEC by the cross-linking of a polysaccharide with HEC in an aqueous medium.
Cross-linked HEC is a well-known, aqueous solution of HEC having an increased viscosity and a higher tenacity than untreated HEC. It is used in the paper and paperboard industries in areas such as sizing, coating, and supercalendering. It is known that the higher the degree of cross-linking of HEC, the higher its viscosity and tenacity. Thus, it would be desirable to control the degree of cross-linking of HEC during the process of manufacturing cross-linked HEC to produce a cross-linked HEC of low viscosity and low tenacity.
Several publications have disclosed methods of preparation of cross-linked HEC, for example, in U.S. Pat. No. 3,941,621, Japanese Published Application No. 46,197/77, and European Patent Application No. 85800607.3. Other publications disclose processes for cross-linking HEC with urea, melamine, phenol, sorbitol, formaldehyde, isocyanates and a mixture of isocyanates and melamine. None of these publications, however, discloses a process for the preparation of cross-linked HEC using cross-linking agents which are liquid at room temperature, such as urea and guanidine carbonate, or phenols.
One such process is disclosed in U.S. Pat. No. 3