Tagged with Exilva

Nanopaper preparation with Microfibrillated Cellulose

5,978 views July 30, 2018

KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden, and Borregaard — both members of the H2020 BBI JU Exilva Project — presents the process of making nanopaper.

Topic Tuesday #6: Interview with Dr. Julien Bras

691 views March 15, 2018

Cellulose fibrils Topic Tuesday Episode #5: Dr. Julien Bras from Grenoble Institute of Technology is one of the pioneers in the concept of nanocelluose and MFC. Hear what he has to say about the future of MFC.

This is Exilva

19,705 views February 13, 2018

An animated introduction to Exilva Cellulose Fibrils / Microfibrillated Cellulose. Dive into the network and learn about some of its potential.

Topic Tuesday #5 - Temperature Stability

410 views January 30, 2018

Cellulose fibrils Topic Tuesday Episode #5: This week we will show you the robustness of your product's rheology profile under different temperatures when using cellulose fibrils.

Topic Tuesday #4 - Thixotropy

595 views January 02, 2018

Cellulose fibrils Topic Tuesday Episode #4: How cellulose fibrils and thixotropy, how the fibrils return to their viscous state.

Topic Tuesday #3 – Shear Thinning

684 views December 18, 2017

Cellulose fibrils Topic Tuesday Episode #3: How cellulose fibrils affects the shear thinning of your product.

Topic Tuesday #2 – System compatibility

531 views November 28, 2017

Cellulose fibrils Topic Tuesday Episode #2: How cellulose fibrils are compatible with both waterborne and solvent borne systems.

Topic Tuesday #1 - Tip Speed and dispersion

922 views November 14, 2017

Cellulose fibrils Topic Tuesday Episode #1: Your equipment's tip speed and its impact on your dispersion.

How to disperse Borregaard's Exilva MFC

7,356 views May 10, 2017

The dispersion of Exilva is the key factor to achieve the desired performance from our product. In this dispersing video, we will show you how inadequate low shear dispersion and adequate high shear dispersion will affect the performance of Exilva. You could read more about why dispersion of Microfibrillated Cellulose is a critical success...

Microfibrillated cellulose for improving Coffee Capsules

748 views January 17, 2017

Microfibrillated cellulose (MFC) and its barrier properties can improve coffee capsules. Read the blog post on MFC and improving coffee capsules at: http://blog.exilva.com/why-the-barrier-properties-of-mfc-may-influence-the-taste-of-your-coffee

Exilva microfibrillated cellulose improving concrete

6,181 views August 11, 2016

Exilva microfibrillated cellulose (also typically referred to as nanocellulose) enhances stability of concrete and can aid on reducing bleeding and segregation. Go to www.exilva.com or http://blog.exilva.com to find more information.

Exilva - the world's first commercial available MFC

6,035 views May 13, 2016

Borregaard in Norway has developed Exilva, the worlds first microfibrillated/nanofibrillated cellulose (MFC) for commercial use. Watch to learn more about this natural and sustainable additive, giving multifunctional properties within rheology, stability, barrier and reinforcement of various products and applications