Tissue World Magazine
Alexandra Stuthridge, Technical Business Manager, BioProducts Institute (BPI)

Buckman is showcasing its latest range of tissue technologies at Tissue World São Paulo, including the its latest generation of creping products and enzymatic technologies.
The company is highlighting its broad range of Yankee creping products, which it claims improve dry crepe, wet crepe or advanced technology tissue and towel operation.

A spokeswoman for the company said they offer “optimum Yankee performance” along with the company’s adhesives, releases, modifiers, protection, softeners, debonders, absorbency aids, and stickies control.

Buckman also offers Busperse® 2888, a greener release product that is plant-based.

Its Maximyze® enzymatic technologies are also being exhibited and are used for fibre modification to get the most out of a mill’s fibre mix, allowing the use of less expensive fibres and saving energy and cost.

“They can achieve a new level of flexibility not achieved with traditional chemistries,” the spokeswoman added.

Buckman OnSite® will also be showcased; the remote process monitoring system delivers a cloud-based portal and data dashboard interface that offers visibility into a mill’s data.

The company claims it helps mills save time, labour, chemicals and money, and bring a higher level of efficiency to the operation.
Buckman’s other chemistries for creped grades include microbiological control, deposit control, defoamers, felt and wire treatments, boilouts, charge control, and retention, drainage and formation programs.

The spokeswoman said: “Buckman brings true creping expertise, patented innovations and unmatched service to the tissue industry.

“We have a deep understanding of needs and processes to help value-minded customers solve specific problems, operate more sustainably and generate results.”