Ragger wires, also known as “pulper tails” and “pulper ropes”, are reject secondary raw materials that are created when waste paper is recycled. Ragger wires consists of the plastic trimmings, staples, tape, labels and baling wire found in baled post-consumer paper waste. It is made up of approximately 45% steel and 55% post consumer waste and must be removed from the pulper.
By Harden Industries Ltd. based in Zhongshan, CHINA.
Method allows determination of mass concentration of total sulfur dioxide (sulfurous acid and its salts, food additives E220–E228) in wine, wine materials, beer and beer products by capillary electrophoresis (CE) using capillary electrophoresis system “CAPEL® -105M”. The mass concentration of total sulfur dioxide is regulated by normative documents to be held within 100– 400 mg/L for different types of wine and wine materials and within 20–50 mg/L for beer products. According to European and Russian regulations it is allowed not to indicate on the labels the presence of sulfur dioxide in beverages if its concentration is less than 10 mg/L.
By Lumex Instruments Group based in Mission, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA).
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