Chemical Cellulose & Customized Fibers
Chemical Cellulose, made out of wood or cotton pulp, is one of the world’s greatest product enhancers. Derivatives and modified types of Chemical Cellulose can be found in many of the products we depend on in our everyday lives. Often undetectable to the consumer, these products completely transform the user experience.
Thanks to Chemical Cellulose, tool handles last longer, low-fat dairy products are creamier, and flat screen TV’s and LCD/LED displays are clearer and stronger.
In addition, Chemical Cellulose gives everything from shampoo to dishwashing liquid a thicker, more luxuriant texture. It can also be used to provide greater strength and heat-stability to the industrial rayon cord in high-performance tires, and a richer finish to paints, lacquers, and nail polish.
When added to the manufacturing process, our Chemical Cellulose delivers:
- Higher strength
- Truer color
- Better clarity
- Higher viscosity
- Fewer defects
- Product consistency
Our Customized Fibers enhance the performance and extend the life of thousands of products around the world. They’re used to add color, stability and durability to prestige and currency papers. In many air and oil filter media, these fibers filter out solid particulates.
When used in the manufacturing process, our Customized Fibers deliver:
- Color permanence
- Tear resistance
- Strength and durability
GP Cellulose operates four world-class, non-integrated wood pulp mills, one cotton linters pulp mill, and one cotton converting plant in the southeastern United States. We are committed to meeting the needs of our customers in more than 75 countries worldwide with quality products, global logistics and technical services.