The Russian companies “Drylock Technologies” and “Flamingo” for the first time in Russia have launched the production of pads and diapers from Russian cellulose.
Hygiene products from Russian raw materials appeared due to the processing of paper bales produced at local factories – stacks of sheets with a density of 700-800 grams per 1 sq. m and about 1 mm thick, RBC notes. Stacks of sheets are turned into rolls called fluff pulp.
Bale-to-roll processing includes pulp processing, pulping, web stretching, drying, tambour winding and cutting into rolls, according to Nicole-Pack, which released test samples of fluff pulp.
The first batches of goods will arrive in stores in June after sanitary and hygienic certification.
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