Definitions for "Alkaline Papermaking"
The manufacture of paper under alkaline conditions using additives, caustic fillers like calcium. Alkaline paper is usually used where aging resistance is desired. It's the logical choice for documents, books, and maps. All of Champion uncoated premium papers are made with an alkaline process, so they're long lasting and well suited for permanent record applications.
Paper manufactured under alkaline conditions, using additives, caustic fillers like calcium carbonate and neutral size. The anti-aging properties in alkaline paper make it a logical choice for documents where permanence is essential.