Unbleached Softwood Pulp And Unbleached Electrical Grade

Our Prince George mill produces two varieties of unbleached pulp:

  • Unbleached Electrical (UBE) pulp which is produced specially for use in electrical applications where extreme levels of purity and low conductivity are required. Our Unbleached electrical grade pulp meets stringent specifications for extracted conductivity, extracted pH and ash content.
  • Unbleached Kraft (UBK) pulp especially designed for use in application requiring high tensile unbleached fibre.

Canfor Pulp operates the Prince George, Intercontinental, and Northwood Pulp Mills in Prince George, BC, Canada. The Prince George Mill all produces UBE / UBK pulp from a mixture of softwood species indigenous to the north central interior of British Columbia. The highly versatile fibre properties of our ECF 90 make it suitable for use in the manufacturing of a wide variety of products, especially those requiring the highest tensile strength.

Unbleached Pulp
Kappa   Typical 25 Typical 25
Shives #/BDg            30 or 10 30 or 10
Viscosity mPa.s 15 15
Ash % < 0.5  
Extract Conductivity µS/cm < 20  
Extract pH pH 6.5 – 8.0  
Brightness % ISO as produced 25 – 28 25 – 28

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Canfor Pulp Ltd. pulps are made under the ISO 9001 and 14001management programs to ensure consistency in quality, service and protection to the environment. Canfor Pulp Ltd. pulps are manufactured in compliance with FDA 21 CFR 176.170 and 176.180, German recommendation XXXVI, CONEG heavy metals and EC directive 94/62/EC. Certificates of compliance to all applicable regulatory requirements will be supplied upon request.

Chain of Custody Status

Any of the pulps from the Intercon, Prince George and Northwood mills can be allocated under a PEFC Chain of Custody (KPMG2563). Please contact your Canfor Pulp sales executive for more information.

The pulp and fibre properties listed here are based on long‐term averages. Results on individual samples may vary from the values listed above.Pulp Evaluations are done using a 12‐inch Andritz Refiner. Handsheets are prepared and tested based on PAPTAC/TAPPI/ISO procedures and are conditioned at 50% Relative Humidity at 23°C.