Method of producing jointly ground calcium carbonate material of types gcc and pcc with specific coefficient of curvature, obtained products and use thereof

FIELD: chemistry.

SUBSTANCE: invention can be used in chemical industry. The method of producing jointly ground calcium carbonate material, which contains ground calcium carbonate (GCC) and precipitated calcium carbonate (PCC) with coefficient of curvature at least equal to approximately 30, preferably at least approximately 40 and even more preferably at least approximately 45, comprises the following steps: a) obtaining at least one calcium carbonate material, optionally, in form of an aqueous suspension; b) combined grinding of GCC and PCC, optionally, with at least another mineral material which is selected from talc, clay, Al2O3, TiO2 or mixtures thereof; c) optional sieving and/or concentration of the jointly ground calcium carbonate obtained after step (b); d) optional drying of the jointly ground calcium carbonate material obtained after step (b) or (c). The coefficient of curvature is defined as d30/d70×100, where d30 and d70 denote equivalent spherical diameters, relative which 30 wt % and 70 wt % particles have a smaller size.

EFFECT: invention enables to improve optical properties of enamel paper and exclude the PCC deagglomeration step.

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The object of the present invention is a method of obtaining calcium carbonate material containing ground calcium carbonate (GCC) and precipitated calcium carbonate (PCC). This material is used in many fields, for example in the paper industry.

Also the subject of the present invention is a method of obtaining calcium carbonate material that contains GCC and PCC, with a specific coefficient slope (defined as d30/d70×100, where dxis an equivalent spherical diameter relative to which x wt.% particles are smaller), equal to at least about 30, preferably at least about 40, and most preferably at least about 45. This material gives excellent properties of coated paper, in particular from the point of view of glitter.

Another object of the present invention is a cost-effective way to obtain a calcium carbonate material that contains GCC and PCC, with a steepness factor of at least about 30, preferably at least about 40, and most preferably at least about 45, at which GCC and PCC are crushed together, probably at least another mineral material.

Another object of the present invention is jointly Ismail is received, the calcium carbonate material (ie: water suspensions of minerals, containing together crushed GCC and PCC, and dry products containing together crushed GCC and PCC)obtained by this method.

Another object of the present invention is the use of these products in any area dealing with mineral materials, and in particular, in the manufacture of paper, paints and plastics.

In compositions for coating paper in the paper industry uses many mineral materials. For this purpose, traditionally used clay because of its low price compared to other mineral pigments.

Calcium carbonate (caso3) used as a pigment for coating and filler, and, in particular, it is known that it improves the optical properties of the final product, such as gloss, opacity or brightness. Calcium carbonate can be of two types: crushed or natural calcium carbonate, designated as GCC, and synthetic or precipitated calcium carbonate, designated as the RCC.

Natural calcium carbonate is calcium carbonate from natural sources, such as limestone, marble or chalk processed by crushing. Precipitated calcium carbonate is a synthetic material, usually obtained by precipitation from the reaction of carbon dioxide with lime in the aquatic environment. This RCC may be rhombohedral, and/or scalenohedron, and the and aragonite. In accordance with the wishes of the experts in this field, the surface of this GCC or PCC can be further processed, for example, stearin.

For many years there was a need to provide professionals in the field of mineral suspensions containing GCC and PCC, because it is interesting to note that both of the material included in the composition for coating paper, to more finely adjust the final properties of the coated paper. Publications on the use of both natural and precipitated calcium carbonate in the paper industry include, for example, "the PCC or GCC, the factors determining the choice of calcium carbonate to alkaline conversion" (published after the Annual meeting of the pulp and paper, November 28, 1995) and "advantages of the GCC compared to the RCC as the primary filler for plain and coated paper not containing mechanical pulp" (Tappi Journal, 2000, 83(5), PP 76): these publications relate to the properties of mixtures PCC/GCC used in the paper industry. In the work "Mel: calcium carbonate for sheet materials with a high content (TAPPI Proceedings, April 5-8 1992, the Papermakers Conference, Book 2, Opryland Hotel, Nashville TN, TAPPI Press, pp.515-520) the author suggests that the disadvantages of RCC can be overcome by the use of this mineral together with other fillers, such as GCC. Finally, in "the structure of the coating with pigmentation treatment is nami of calcium carbonate and its impact on gloss paper and printed products (Pulp & Paper Canada, 2004, 105(9), pp.43-46) studied the effect of different mixtures of pigments, including GCC and PCC, on the properties of paper, including glitter paper and the brightness of the print. The applicant emphasizes that these publications, apparently, form the technical background of the invention as evidenced by the need to obtain a mixture of GCC and PCC for use in the paper industry.

However, none of these publications is not considered a joint grinding of GCC and PCC and further possibilities of getting together the crushed product with a specific ratio of the slope, which is one of the objects of the present invention.

In light of the need to improve some properties of the coated paper, the existing specialists in this area, there is also the additional need from experts in improving some of the optical properties of the final products, such as gloss. In response to this need, the expert knows that the coefficient of the slope of the mineral materials used in compositions for coating paper, is a very important criterion: the selection of specific values of the coefficient of the slope, as well as the choice of a specific mineral material, can lead to an improvement of the optical properties of coated paper. On this occasion, the applicant indicates that the General definition of the coefficient of slope one is in the ratio of equivalent spherical diameter d x(where x wt.% particles are smaller) to an equivalent spherical diameter of dy(where the wt.% particles are smaller), multiplied by 100. Thus, for a given mineral material in suspension or in the form of a dry powder, the ratio of the slope can be viewed as the slope of the corresponding particle size distribution curve.

Specialists in this area known patent WO 2003/089524, which aims at obtaining a high degree of brightness, whiteness and fluorescence using the compositions for coating or compositions of fillers used in the manufacture of the substrate on the basis of cellulose and the base paper with a light coating. The proposed solution consists of an aqueous kaolin brightness standard GE equal to at least 90, and the ratio of the slope (d30/d70×100) of at least 39. It should be noted that this document does not address the calcium carbonate, as the authors of the invention have made it their task to be sure to avoid using this mineral material.

The prior art also includes several documents about the use of calcium carbonate of the same type with a specific slope coefficients. In EP 0894836 disclosed slurry consisting of water produced by the industry of dispersant, which prevents dissol is the agglomerated pigment in suspension, and agglomerated pigment containing carbonate, and the distribution of particle size in carbonate-bearing agglomerated pigment is such that 80-99 wt.% have a size less than 2 microns, 50 to 90 wt.% less than 1 μm and 0-10 wt.% less than 0.2 μm, the coefficient of the slope (the ratio of the diameter at 50 wt.% diameter at 20 wt.%) equal to 1.5-2.0 and porosity is 45-65%. It is obvious that this invention applies only to natural calcium carbonate type of calcite, marble, and chalk; moreover, this invention relates to a method for dispersing and does not consider grinding the above carbonate-bearing pigment. U.S. patent 2002155055 refers to the problem of reducing the width of the distribution of particle size in the compositions of calcium carbonate used for paper processing, but it is only ground calcium carbonate material, as shown by the authors (see [0007]). The proposed solution in the form of a process comprising a stage of formation does not contain dispersant aqueous suspension of natural calcium carbonate, wet grinding suspension with the formation of the composition of calcium carbonate with a coefficient of slope (A) and aging the suspension at a temperature below 35°C with the formation of the composition of calcium carbonate with a coefficient slope (In) smaller than the ratio (A). In this document, the coefficient of the slope determines the AK average particle diameter in 75% of the mass, divided by the average particle diameter in 25% of the mass, and the distribution of particle sizes obtained using the Sedigraph™.

Also known documents of the prior art relating to the use of the calcium carbonate material of one type or both types (GCC and mixtures RCC) in combination with at least one other mineral material (in particular, kaolin) and revealing the specific values of the coefficient of the slope of each material and/or the final mixture. In WO 2003/093577 it is shown that to obtain the improved parameters of the paper, namely, gloss, gloss, opacity and smoothness, in compositions for coating paper can be used particles of a specific pigment. These pigments contain the first component, which represents the RCC, and the second component, the processed water particles of kaolin with a shape factor of at least 25 and a steepness factor of at least 20 or the first component RCC with spherical particles and a second component, which is crushed by the water particles of kaolin with a shape factor of at least 45 and an average equivalent diameter of particles less than 0.5 micron, or the first component of the RCC and the second component, which is crushed by the water particles of kaolin with a shape factor of at least 25. In addition, in WO 2002/016509 shown that improved the I optical properties of paper and increase the suitability of the coated paper for printing is better to use kaolin with an average particle size of 0.7 to 3 μm and a shape factor of at least 60; this type of kaolin can be used in combination with another filler such as talc, calcium sulfate and/or carbonate of alkaline earth metal. Finally, in WO 2000/066510 shown that to improve the optical properties and the suitability of the coated paper for printing, you can use a pigment composition containing a mixture of fine kaolin obtained from block kaolin clay and calcium carbonate, which can be either the GCC or PCC, in which particles of both types have an average size of less than 0.8 μm and a coefficient of steepness, defined as 100×d30/d70more than 38 and in which the mass ratio of kaolin/carbonate is 40/60, preferably 50/50. Despite the fact that the last three documents relate to the use of mixtures of calcium carbonate (probably as GCC and PCC and kaolin that is not a requirement of the present invention, they do not consider the possibility of getting together crushed PCC and GCC, and even the possibility of joint grinding of kaolin with calcium carbonate at least one type.

To the scope of the present invention closely adjacent the documents relating to the use of mixtures of GCC and PCC, in particular in compositions for paper, improving some optical properties of coated paper. In DE 4128570 disclosed carbonate filler and a pigment with a specific what ormoy particles and the size of the filling and coating of paper and giving it a high gloss and whiteness. Such carbonate filler and pigment contains particles rhombohedral or round shape with a gradient ratio (the ratio of the particle diameter in microns at 50/20 wt.%), equal to 1.1 to 1.4, the ratio R equal to % of the particles smaller than 1 μm/% of particles smaller than 0.6 μm, in the range of 8-19 and the statistical average particle diameter in the range of 0.4-1.5 μm. Finally, in WO 2004/059079 disclosed composition the particles of the pigments used for the processing of paper containing the first pigment, which is a powdered calcium carbonate, and a second pigment, which is precipitated or ground calcium carbonate, and the carbonate, the first and second pigments are characterized by different distribution coefficients of the slope in size (100×d30/d70). More specifically, the claimed composition of the pigment particles contains two pigment component. The first of them contains particles of carbonate GCC coefficient slope of 30 to 45 and the second contains the RCC with the ratio of the slope of 55 to 75 and a maximum diameter of 0.5 μm or GCC with the ratio of the slope of 40-55.

First, it should be noted that in none of these two documents is not reported as a ratio of the steepness of the final product, which is one of the subject of this invention. Secondly, in none of these documents is not offered joint grinding of GCC and PCC. Obviously, both of these inventions osnovaniya mixture of calcium carbonate types GCC and PCC: this specialist is faced with new problems. Do we need fine RCC with a specific grain size distribution, with the specified granularity is achieved by grinding in a dry form and/or in aquatic environments. However, it was found that after this stage, the grinding of the obtained fine particles RCC stick together, and they should lead deagglomeration (how deagglomerate such finely ground RCC disclosed, in particular, in JP 2001089505, JP 56104713, US 6143065 or US 5279663) mechanically and/or by introducing dialamerica reagents: this stage requires additional costs and increases the cost method of obtaining the RCC; it is necessary to carry out this stage of deagglomeration economically. Finally, in a joint grinding of GCC and PCC in contrast to the separate grinding of each component before mixing, in particular, when using a special beaded beads containing cerium oxide as described below, there is a striking increase in the efficiency of grinding (decrease overall energy consumption to obtain the final product with the desired ratio of steepness).

As shown above, the experts in the field of paper production there is a need in the mineral suspensions containing both GCC and PCC, and the coefficient of the slope is chosen in such a way as to effectively improve the optical properties of the coated paper and the house is AMB, in particular, additional energy-consuming stage of deagglomeration RCC, which is necessary in the case of a simple mixture of GCC and PCC.

In the present invention was found a new way of production of mineral-based material is calcium carbonate, containing both GCC and PCC, which is free from drawbacks of prior art. This method consists in making together the crushed calcium carbonates types GCC and PCC with a steepness factor of at least about 30%, preferably at least about 40% and most preferably at least about 45%, and includes a step joint grinding of GCC and PCC, possibly at least one other mineral material.

More specifically, the present invention provides a method of production of crushed together, the calcium carbonate material types GCC and PCC with a steepness factor of at least about 30, preferably at least about 40, and most preferably at least about 45, which differs in that it involves the following stages:

a) obtaining at least one calcium carbonate material, optionally in the form of an aqueous suspension,

b) co-grinding of GCC and PCC, optionally at least another mineral material

c) at the option of screening and/or concentration together crushed the CSOs, the calcium carbonate material, obtained after stage (b),

d) optional drying crushed together, the calcium carbonate material obtained after steps (b) or (C).

This method allows the specialist in this area to get together powdered calcium carbonate material in the form of aqueous suspensions and/or dry product, containing both GCC and PCC, which can specifically be used in the paper industry. Moreover, due to the specific choice of the ratio of the steepness of the final product, which should be at least about 30, preferably at least about 40, and most preferably at least about 45, achieving high gloss coated paper. Finally, it was found that during the implementation stage joint grinding is no longer needed additional stage of deagglomeration RCC: the method according to this invention is less costly than methods of the prior art on the basis of a simple mixture of GCC and PCC, which requires first of deagglomeration RCC. Thus, when the joint grinding of GCC and PCC in contrast to the separate grinding of each component before mixing, in particular when using special beaded beads containing cerium oxide as described below, there is a striking increase in the efficiency of grinding (reduced the e total energy consumption to obtain the final product with the desired ratio of steepness).

The applicant also mentions EP 0850880, in which is disclosed a water slurry or dewatered wet sludge with a concentration of solids 25-75%, containing a mixture of PCC and the reagent, and a decreasing viscosity, which is dispersed in the mixer with the formation of a slurry with a viscosity below 1000 CPS (at 25°C), in the form of particles, the calcium carbonate material with an average diameter of 0.2 to 3 microns. The suspension is then mixed with dry particles of crushed calcium carbonate material with an average diameter of 1.5-30 μm to mass ratio of from 20:80 to 80:20 and the concentration of solids 60-85%. Then the suspension is dispersed in the mixer until a viscosity below 1000 SP and finally dispersed in the grinding device with the sand and get a water suspension containing particles of the calcium carbonate material with an average diameter of 0.2 to 2 μm. Patent EP 0850880 interprets this method as a way of overcoming the difficulties associated with high shear viscosity that occurs when grinding wet GCC component that represents a single technical problem beyond the scope of the present invention. In contrast, in the present invention for the first time, it was found that wet grinding is also feasible without loss of Shine. Moreover, in this patent does not contain links to any gain in energy consumption for the product when i.e. monitoring) reference and this way, in which carry out dry grinding of GCC. Finally, this patent does not indicate that to improve gloss paper energetically economical way to achieve the desired values of the coefficient of the slope.

The first object of the present invention is a method for the production of crushed together, the calcium carbonate material that contains GCC and PCC, with a steepness factor of at least about 30, preferably at least about 40, and most preferably at least about 45, characterized in that it involves the following stages:

a) obtaining at least one calcium carbonate material, not necessarily in the form of an aqueous suspension,

b) co-grinding of GCC and PCC, optionally together with at least one other mineral material,

c) at the option of screening and/or concentration together powdered calcium carbonate material obtained in stage (b),

d) optional drying crushed together, the calcium carbonate material obtained in stage (b) or (C).

The method according to the invention differs in that in stage (a), the calcium carbonate material was obtained in the form of an aqueous suspension which contains 20-80% of dry calcium carbonate material, preferably 50-75%, and most preferably 50-70%. The specified water suspension can obra is to find when the dispersion of the calcium carbonate material in the form of a wet sludge.

According to a special variant of the method according to this invention is also characterized in that the calcium carbonate material that comes in the form of aqueous suspensions is a GCC.

In this particular embodiment, the wet shredded natural calcium carbonate material may undergo enrichment before stage (b), for example, using froth flotation, which will remove impurities types of silicates.

In another embodiment, the method according to this invention is also characterized in that the hold stage (s).

In another embodiment, the method according to the invention also differs in that the hold stage (d).

In a more General sense, the method according to the present invention is also characterized in that the co-grinding of GCC and PCC in stage (b) is carried out in aqueous medium in which the concentration of the calcium carbonate material is in the range of 20-80% (calculated on the weight of dry calcium carbonate material), preferably 50-75%, and most preferably 50-70%.

The method according to the invention is also characterized in that at least one dispersant and/or contributing to the reduction reagent that is present in wt.% relative to the total dry mineral in the range of 0-2%, preferably 0.2 to 1.4% and most preferably 0.5 to 1.2%, can be added before, during or after stage (b).

The person skilled in the art will SEL the army dispersing and/or contributing to the reduction reagent depending on those properties, which he needs. You can use, for example, homopolymers of methacrylic acid and/or methacrylic acid in combination with other water-soluble monomers, such as Homo - and copolymers, which are fully or partially neutralized. Such dispersant can be added to obtain a stable viscosity Brookfield™ less than 3000 MPa·s, preferably less than 1000 MPa·s at 25°C.

The method according to this invention is also characterized in that the co-grinding of GCC and PCC in stage (b) is carried out in the presence of at least one other mineral material, which is chosen from talc, clay, Al2O3, TiO2or mixtures thereof.

More preferably, another mineral material was selected from talc, clay or mixtures thereof.

Most preferably, another mineral represented talc or clay.

The method according to this invention is also characterized by the fact that the co-grinding of GCC and PCC in stage (b) is carried out at a pH above 7.

In another embodiment, the method according to this invention is also characterized in that the co-grinding of GCC and PCC in stage (b) is carried out at a pH above 10.

Preferably another mineral material is clay.

To raise pH, use one or more of the following ways: the addition of base, preferably based the I one - or divalent cation, most preferably sodium or calcium, the addition of the alkaline form of the biocide or through the allocation of a hydroxide such as CA(Oh)2during the grinding material, for example, during co-grinding of PCC and GCC. The applicant indicates that he knows French patent 0500779, not yet published at the filing date of the present patent application, in which are mentioned biocides that can be added at the grinding stage (b).

The method according to this invention is also characterized in that in stage (b) the contents of the grinding device is heated to a temperature above 60°C, preferably above 90°C. and most preferably above 100°C.

This temperature refers to the temperature of the contents grinding device at any point in the grinding device. In particular, the contents of the grinding device at the bottom may have a higher temperature due to increased hydrostatic pressure.

The method according to this invention is also characterized in that the RCA at the stage of joint grinding (b) is 10-90% of the total combined weight of PCC and GCC, preferably 20-80% of the total combined weight of PCC and GCC, and most preferably 30-70% of the total combined weight of PCC and GCC.

The method according to this invention is also characterized in that the co-grinding of GCC and PCC on stage () is conducted in the presence of grinding balls made of zirconium oxide, containing cerium oxide as a grinding medium with the following characteristics:

- the content of cerium oxide is between 14 and 20 wt.% the total weight of the specified ball, preferably between 15 and 18 wt.% of the total weight of the specified ball and most preferably about 16 wt.% the total weight of the specified ball; and

- the average grain size after sintering of the grains forming the balls is less than 1 μm, preferably less than 0.5 microns and most preferably less than 0.3 microns.

The grain size is determined by analysis of the micrographs obtained by scanning electron microscope. The content of cerium oxide in beaded beads analyzed by optical emission spectrometry ICP.

The method according to the invention also differs in that the balls have an initial diameter to grind about 0.2 to 1.5 mm, preferably about 0.4 to 1.0 mm

Another object of the present invention is crushed together, the calcium carbonate material containing GCC and PCC, characterized in that it is obtained by the method of this invention.

Another object of the present invention is calcium carbonate, the material comprising GCC and PCC, characterized in that it is in the form of aqueous suspension has a steepness factor of at least about 30, preferably at least the example is about 40 and most preferably at least about 45.

According to the above option, together powdered calcium carbonate material in the form of an aqueous suspension is also different in that it contains 20-80% of dry calcium carbonate material, preferably 40-75% of dry calcium carbonate material and most preferably 60-70% of dry calcium carbonate material.

Together powdered calcium carbonate material in the form of an aqueous suspension also differs in that the content of the RCC is 10-90% of the total combined weight of PCC and GCC, preferably 20-80% of the total combined weight of PCC and GCC, and most preferably 30-70% of the total combined weight of PCC and GCC.

Together powdered calcium carbonate material in the form of an aqueous suspension is also different in that it has d50approximately 0.2 to 2.0 μm, preferably 0.2 to 0.8 μm, and most preferably 0.25 to 0.45 μm. The value of d50determine using the Sedigraph™ 5100.

Together powdered calcium carbonate material in the form of an aqueous suspension also differs in that the aqueous suspension contains at least one dispersant and/or contributing to the reduction reagent that is present in wt.% relative to the total dry mineral material in the range of 0-2%, preferably 0.2 to 1.4% and most preferably 0.5 to 1.2%.

Together crushed carbonate-cal is Ievy material in the form of an aqueous suspension also differs that the aqueous suspension is passed through a sieve of 40 μm, contains less than 1000 ppm ZrO2and less than 200 ppm SEO2. The content of ZrO2and CEO2determine by the method of optical electronic spectrometry with inductive coupled plasma ICP-OES.

Together powdered calcium carbonate material in the form of an aqueous suspension also differs in that the aqueous suspension is characterized by a weight ratio of ZrO2/CeO2equal to 4-6,5, preferably 4.6 to 5.7 and most preferably 5,3.

Together powdered calcium carbonate material in the form of an aqueous suspension is also different in that it contains:

the fraction of particles smaller than 1 μm in more than 80%, preferably more than 8 5%, more preferably 90% and even more preferably more than 95% and

- has a value of specific surface area by BET less than 25 m2/year

In the case where the fraction of particles smaller than 1 μm is more than 95%, the value of specific surface area by BET is preferably less than 25 m2/year / In the case when the fraction of particles smaller than 1 μm is more than 90%, more than 85% and more than 80%, specific surface area by BET is preferably less than 20 m2/g, less than 18 m2/g and less than 15 m2/g, respectively.

Another object of the present invention is jointly crushed carbonate-cal is Ievy material, contains GCC and PCC, characterized in that the dry product has a steepness factor of at least about 30, preferably at least about 40, and most preferably at least about 45.

Together powdered calcium carbonate material in the form of a dry product also differs in that the RCC it is 10-90% of the total combined weight of PCC and GCC, preferably 20-80% by weight PCC and GCC, and most preferably 30-70% of the total weight of PCC and GCC.

Together powdered calcium carbonate material in the form of a dry product also differs in that it contains:

the fraction of particles smaller than 1 μm in more than 80%, more preferably 85%, more preferably 90% and even more preferably more than 95% and

- has a value of specific surface area by BET less than 25 m2/year

In the case where the fraction of particles smaller than 1 μm is more than 95%, the value of specific surface area by BET is preferably less than 25 m2/year / In the case when the fraction of particles smaller than 1 μm is more than 90%, more than 85% and more than 80%, specific surface area by BET is preferably less than 20 m2/g, less than 18 m2/g and less than 15 m2/g, respectively.

Together powdered calcium carbonate material in the form of a dry product also differs in that the d50is primerno,2-2,0 μm, preferably 0.2 to 0.8 μm, and most preferably 0.25 to 0.45 μm. The value of d50determine using the Sedigraph™ 5100.

Together powdered calcium carbonate material in the form of a dry product also differs in that it is characterized by a weight ratio of ZrO2/SEO2equal to 4-6,5, preferably 4.6 to 5.7 and most preferably 5,3.

Finally, another object of the present invention is the use of crushed together, the calcium carbonate material according to this invention in any field dealing with mineral materials, and in particular, in industries producing paper, paint and plastics.

EXAMPLES

The following examples are intended to illustrate some variants of the invention and do not limit its scope.

The average diameter (d50) and the fraction of particles with a diameter less than the given diameter was determined using a Sedigraph 5100™.

Example 1 - Comparative example

Crushed calcium carbonate material with an average particle diameter of 1.5 μm was subjected to wet grinding with a solids content of 74.5% in the presence of the following additives: 1,51% of sodium polyacrylate, in the two-stage method using a grinding bead balls of zirconium oxide containing cerium oxide, with an average bead diameter balls of 0.45 μm at a content SEO2/sub> 16 wt.% respect to the total mass of bead balls and the grain size after sintering of 0.4 μm (determined according to SEM). The specific energy consumption for grinding of the substance required to obtain the final GCC coefficient slope of approximately 35%, amounted to 270 kWh/so

Then, the resulting suspension crushed GCC diluted to solids content 75%, added to the standard composition for coating paper, prepared with the following proportions of components:

100 parts of crushed GCC

10.5 parts of SBR latex

0.5 parts of a synthetic filler

0.2 parts of polyvinyl alcohol

0.2 parts of lightening Supplement.

In the specified composition for coating the final solids content was brought up to 68% and put on a standard pre-coated base paper not containing mechanical pulp, in the amount of 71 g/m2when the coating weight of 10 g/m2/side. This coated base paper was then Kalandarishvili using supercalender under the following conditions calendering: the speed of the calender 800 m/min, the load on the calender 200 kN/cm and a temperature of 105°C.

The surface gloss of coated paper was 70% Tappi 75°.

Example 2 is an Illustration of the method according to this invention

A suspension of crushed calcium carbonate material with a solids content of 76% and cf the ne particle diameters GCC 1.4 µm were crushed in the presence of a suspension of PCC, containing 51% solids with an average particle diameter of the RCC to 0.75 μm. The mass ratio of PCC and GCC in the grinding device was 50:50. The total content of solids in suspension in the chopping device was 61% and the average diameter was equal to 1.1. The contents of the grinding device then crushed in the presence of the following additives: 0.95 wt.% polyacrylate sodium, using grinding bead balls of zirconium oxide containing cerium oxide, with an average size of beaded beads 0.45 mm and content SEO216 wt.% relative to the total weight of the beaded beads and a grain size after sintering, equal to 0.4 μm (determined by the method SEM). The specific energy consumption for grinding required to obtain the final product of co-grinding with a steepness factor of approximately 42%, amounted to 200 kW·h/so

The resulting suspension jointly processed material with a solids content of 70.2% and then added to the standard composition for coating paper prepared from the following components in the following mass proportions:

100 parts together the shredded material

10.5 parts of SBR latex

0.5 parts of a synthetic filler

0.2 parts of polyvinyl alcohol

0.2 parts of brightening additive

In the specified composition for coating the final solids content of the effluent and to 68% and put on a standard pre-coated base paper, does not contain wood pulp, in the amount of 71 g/m2when the coating weight of 10 g/m2/side. This coated base paper was then Kalandarishvili using supercalender under the following conditions calendering: the speed of the calender 800 m/min, the load on the calender 200 kN/cm and a temperature of 105°C.

The surface gloss of coated paper was 72% Tappi 75°.

The results obtained are summarized in table 1.

Table 1
Example 1Example 2
The fraction of particles smaller than 1 μm in the final product grinding97%97%
UD. the BET surface of the final product grinding28 g/m223 g/m2
The ratio of the steepness of the final product grinding3542
The average diameter of the end mill productof 0.27 μmof 0.27 μm
The total specific energy consumption for grinding required for the floor of the value of product 270 kW·h/t200 kW·h/t
Shine on Tappi paper, coated composition containing product70%72%
The brightness of the paper coated with the composition containing the product95,1%96,5%
The opacity of the paper coated with the composition containing the product89,7%90,2%

Table 1 shows that the method according to this invention requires a smaller specific energy consumption for grinding and leads to the same or even increased luster paper in comparison with the method of the prior art.

Example 3 is a Comparative example

This example illustrates the results of using a mixture of PCC and GCC, in which each component is first crushed separately before mixing.

Aqueous suspension of the original RCC with a solids content of 48% and with the parameters given in example 3 (table 2), were subjected to wet grinding in a grinding device using beaded beads made of zirconium silicate, yttrium-stabilized, with a bead diameter of the balls before chopping 0,6-1,0 mm Total specific energy consumption for ismale the s to obtain the final material RCC with parameters in table 2, consisted of 50 kWh/so the Final content of solids in suspension RCC received subsequent concentration was equal to 68%.

Separately aqueous suspension of GCC source with a solids content of 74% and with the parameters given in example 3 (table 2), were subjected to wet grinding in a grinding device using beaded beads made of zirconium silicate, yttrium-stabilized, with a bead diameter of the balls before chopping 0,6-1,0 mm Total specific energy consumption for grinding to obtain the final material GCC with the parameters given in table 2, amounted to 210 kWh/so the Final content of solids in suspension GCC was equal to 75%.

Then a suspension of PCC and GCC were mixed and the obtained mixture PCC/GCC with a mass ratio of 30:70. This slurry is then added to the standard composition for coating paper prepared from the following components in the following mass proportions:

100 parts of a mixture of PCC/GCC

10.5 parts of SBR latex

0.5 parts of a synthetic filler

0.2 parts of polyvinyl alcohol

0.2 parts of lightening Supplement.

In the specified part of the final solids content was brought up to 68% and put on a standard pre-coated base paper not containing mechanical pulp, in the amount of 71 g/m2when the weight of the coating 10 g/m 2/side. This coated base paper was then Kalandarishvili using supercalender under the following conditions calendering: the speed of the calender 800 m/min, the load on the calender 200 kN/cm and a temperature of 105°C.

Optical properties of coated paper are shown in table 2.

Example 4 is an Example according to the present invention

This example illustrates together crushed PCC and GCC, obtained according to this invention.

A suspension of powdered calcium carbonate with a solids content of 74% and with the parameters given in example 4 (table 2), were subjected to wet grinding in a grinding device in the presence of a suspension of PCC with a solids content of 48% and with the parameters given in example 4 (table 2). The mass ratio of the RCC to GCC in the chopping device was 30:70 and the solids content was equal 65,9%. The contents of the grinding device were crushed using a bead balls of zirconium silicate, yttrium-stabilized, with a bead diameter of the balls before chopping 0,6-1,0 mm Total specific energy consumption for grinding to get together the crushed leaf material GCC/PCC with the final parameters are shown in table 2, amounted to 116 kW·h/T. the Final solids content in the suspension GCC was 70.3 per cent.

This suspense the Yu then added to the standard composition for coating paper, prepared from the following components in the following mass proportions:

100 parts together the shredded material PCC/GCC

10.5 parts of SBR latex

0.5 parts of a synthetic filler

0.2 parts of polyvinyl alcohol

0.2 parts of lightening Supplement.

In the specified composition for coating the final solids content was brought up to 68% and put on a standard pre-coated base paper not containing mechanical pulp, in the amount of 71 g/m2when the coating weight of 10 g/m2/side. This coated base paper was then Kalandarishvili using supercalender under the following conditions calendering: the speed of the calender 800 m/min, the load on the calender 200 kN/cm and a temperature of 105°C.

Optical properties of coated paper are shown in table 2.

Table 2:
ProductExample 3: a mixture of PCC/GCCExample 4: in conjunction crushed PCC/GCC
The parameters of the source material
GCCd50(µm)1,41,4
CoE is rate 2828
steepness
RCCd50(µm)0,750,75
The coefficient of slope5555
The parameters of the final material
GCCd50(µm)0,40-
The coefficient of slope34-
RCCd50(µm)0,38-
The coefficient of slope40-
PCC/GCCthe mass ratio of PCC/GCC30/7030/70
d50(µm) 0,380,40
The coefficient of slope3738
The fraction of particles with diam. less than 2 ám (%)to 89.5and 88.8
UD. the BET surface (g/m2)18,118,2
Common beats. energy consumption for grinding162 kW·h/t116 kW·h/t
The options paper, coated end material
Glitter paper (Tappi 75°)70,5%72%
Opacity90,4%90,5%
Brightness R45797,9%97,9%

Table 2 shows that the method of cooking together the crushed material PCC/GCC according to the present invention requires smaller energonut is at on grinding as compared with the same mixture of PCC and GCC without deterioration or even with improved optical properties.

Example 5

This example illustrates the application of the method according to this invention, which together crushed 3 mineral material, such as natural calcium carbonate, precipitated calcium carbonate and clay, using beaded beads of zirconium oxide containing cerium oxide in the amount of 16 wt.% respect to the total mass of these beaded beads with an average grain size after sintering of the grains forming these beaded beads, equal to 0.4 μm, and an average bead diameter balls of 0.45 mm Together the crushed material is then added to the composition for coating base paper and determine the resulting Shine.

Together crushed the following substances:

- suspension of crushed calcium carbonate containing 74% solids with an average particle diameter of GCC 1.4 µm and obtained with the use of 0.27 wt.% (on the dry weight of GCC) homopolymer acrylic acid,

- suspension RCC containing 51% solids with an average particle diameter of RCC 0.8 μm and prepared with 0.7 wt.% (on the weight of dry RCC) homopolymer acrylic acid,

and the clay suspension containing 68% solids, manufactured by HUBER™ branded Lithoprint™.

The mass ratio of the RCC:GCC:clay grinding device was 45:45:10.

The total content of solids in suspension in the grinding device is ve was 72% and the average particle diameter of 2 tests illustrating the invention, were 0.4 and 0.5 microns.

Then the contents of the grinding device together crushed in the presence of the following additives:

respectively 0.4 and 0.2 wt.% (calculated on the dry weight of mineral materials) homopolymer acrylic acid, in which 14 mol.% carboxyl functional groups have been neutralized with sodium hydroxide, with a molecular weight of 5600 g/mol and a polydispersity of 2.4,

- grinding balls made of zirconium oxide containing cerium oxide, with an average ball diameter of 0.4 to 5 mm, and content SEO216 wt.% respect to the total mass of bead balls and the average grain size after sintering, is 0.45 μm,

and together the powdered material contained particles with an average diameter of 0.4 and 0.5 μm, respectively.

Received 2 suspension together the crushed substances were then added to the standard compositions for the coating prepared from the following components in the following proportions:

100 parts together the shredded material

11 parts SBR latex (DL 966 from DOW CHEMICALS™)

0.5 parts of a synthetic filler (CMC FF5 from FINNFIX™)

0.4 parts of polyvinyl alcohol (PVA 4-98 from CLARIANT™)

0,6 part brightening additive (Blancophor™ P from BAYER™)

The composition was applied to a standard coated base paper number 78 g/m2when the coating weight is 10 g/m 2/side. This coated base paper was then Kalandarishvili using supercalender under the following conditions calendering: the speed of the calender 300 m/min, the load on the calender 170 kN/cm and a temperature of 80°C.

For together the crushed material with an average particle size of 0.4 μm, the surface gloss of coated paper was 73% Tappi 75°, and 45% DIN 75°.

For comparison the same floor, made of 100 parts of GCC with an average particle diameter of 0.4 μm, provided the gloss of 70% Tappi 75° and 35% DIN 75°.

For together the crushed substance with an average particle size of 0.5 μm, the surface gloss of coated paper was 68% Tappi 75° and 40% DIN 75°.

For comparison, this coating is made from 100 parts of GCC with an average particle diameter of 0.4 μm, provided glitter 63% Tappi 75° and 33% DIN 75°.

1. Method for the production of crushed together, the calcium carbonate material containing ground calcium carbonate (GCC) and precipitated calcium carbonate (PCC), with a steepness factor of at least about 30, preferably at least about 40, and most preferably at least about 45, and the coefficient of the slope is defined as d30/d70·100, where d30and d70represent equivalent spherical diameters, for which 30 wt.% and 70 wt.% particles are smaller, and trichosis fact, that involves the following stages:
a) obtaining at least one calcium carbonate material, optionally in the form of an aqueous suspension
b) co-grinding of GCC and PCC, optionally at least another mineral material which is chosen from talc, clay, Al2About3, TiO2or mixtures thereof,
c) at the option of screening and/or concentration together powdered calcium carbonate material obtained after stage (b),
d) optional drying crushed together, the calcium carbonate material obtained after steps (b) or (C).

2. The method according to claim 1, characterized in that in stage (a), the calcium carbonate material was obtained in the form of a suspension in water and this aqueous suspension contains 20-80% of dry calcium carbonate material, preferably 50-75%, and most preferably 50-70%.

3. The method according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the calcium carbonate material obtained in the form of an aqueous suspension of stage (a)is a GCC.

4. The method according to any one of claims 1 or 2, characterized in that the hold stage (s).

5. The method according to any one of claims 1 or 2, characterized in that the conducting stage (d).

6. The method according to any one of claims 1 or 2, characterized in that the co-grinding of GCC and PCC in stage (b) is carried out in aqueous medium in which the concentration of the calcium carbonate material is in the range is 20-80% of dry calcium carbonate, preferably 50-75%, and most preferably 50-70%.

7. The method according to any one of claims 1 or 2, characterized in that at least one dispersant and/or contributing to the reduction reagent is present in wt.% relative to the total dry mineral material in the amount of 0-2%, preferably 0.2 to 1.4% and most preferably 0.5 to 1.2%, can be added before, during or after the grinding stage (b).

8. The method according to claim 1, characterized in that another mineral material selected from talc, clay or mixtures thereof.

9. The method according to claim 8, characterized in that the other mineral material is talc.

10. The method according to claim 8, characterized in that the other mineral material is clay.

11. The method according to any one of claims 1 or 2, characterized in that the co-grinding of GCC and PCC in stage (b) occurs at pH above 7.

12. The method according to claim 11, characterized in that the co-grinding of GCC and PCC in stage (b) occurs at pH above 10.

13. The method according to item 12, characterized in that the co-grinding of GCC and PCC in stage (b) occurs at pH above 11.

14. The method according to any one of claims 1 or 2, characterized in that during co-grinding of GCC and PCC in stage (b) the temperature of the grinding material is raised above 60°C, preferably above 90°C. and most preferably above 100°C.

15. The method according to any one of claims 1 or 2, the tives such as those what the RCC at the stage of joint grinding (b) is 10-90% of the total weight of PCC and GCC, preferably 20-80% of the total combined weight of PCC and GCC, and most preferably 30-70% of the total weight of PCC and GCC.

16. The method according to any one of claims 1 or 2, characterized in that the co-grinding of GCC and PCC in stage (b) is conducted in the presence of grinding balls of zirconium oxide containing cerium oxide as a grinding medium, having:
the content of cerium oxide is between 14 and 20 wt.% the total weight of the specified ball, preferably between 15 and 18 wt.% the total weight of the specified ball and most preferably about 16 wt.% the total weight of the specified beaded ball; and
the average grain size after sintering of the grains forming the balls is less than 1 μm, preferably less than 0.5 microns and most preferably less than 0.3 microns.

17. The method according to item 16, characterized in that the bead balls before chopping have an initial diameter of between 0.2 and 1.5 mm, preferably between 0.4 and 1.0 mm

18. Together powdered calcium carbonate material containing GCC and PCC, characterized in that it is obtained by the method according to claim 1.

19. Together powdered calcium carbonate material containing GCC and PCC, characterized in that it is in the form of an aqueous suspension and the coefficient of the slope is at least about 30, preference is sustained fashion at least about 40, and most preferably at least about 45, moreover, the coefficient of the slope is defined as d30/d70·100, where d30and d70represent equivalent spherical diameters, for which 30 wt.% and 70 wt.% particles are of smaller size.

20. Together powdered calcium carbonate material according to claim 19, characterized in that it contains 20-80% by dry weight of the calcium carbonate material, preferably 40-75% by dry weight of the calcium carbonate material and most preferably 60-70% by dry weight of the calcium carbonate material.

21. Together powdered calcium carbonate material according to any one of p or 20, characterized in that the RCC is 10-90% of the total combined weight of PCC and GCC, preferably 20-80% of the total weight of PCC and GCC, and most preferably 30-70% of the total weight of PCC and GCC.

22. Together powdered calcium carbonate material according to any one of p or 20, characterized in that the average diameter of d50is approximately 0.2 to 2.0 μm, preferably 0.2 to 0.8 μm, and most preferably 0.25 to 0.45 μm.

23. Together powdered calcium carbonate material according to any one of p or 20, characterized in that the aqueous suspension contains at least one dispersant and/or contributing to the reduction reagent in wt.% relative to the total dry mineral material in the range of 0-2%, FAV is preferably 0.2 to 1.4% and most preferably 0.5 to 1.2%.

24. Together powdered calcium carbonate material according to any one of p or 20, characterized in that the aqueous suspension is passed through a sieve of 40 μm, contains less than 1000 million-1share ZrO2and less than 200 million-1share SEO2.

25. Together powdered calcium carbonate material according to any one of p or 20, characterized in that the aqueous suspension of the weight ratio ZrO2/CeO2makes 4-6,5, preferably 4.6 to 5.7 and most preferably 5,3.

26. Together powdered calcium carbonate material according to any one of p or 20, characterized in that it contains:
the fraction of particles smaller than 1 μm in more than 80%, more preferably 85%, more preferably more than 90% and even more preferably more than 95% and has a value of specific surface area by BET less than 25 m2/year

27. Together powdered calcium carbonate material according p, characterized in that, when the fraction of particles smaller than 1 μm is more than 95%, the value of specific surface area by BET of less than 25 m2/year

28. Together powdered calcium carbonate material according p, characterized in that, when the fraction of particles smaller than 1 μm is more than 90%, the value of specific surface area by BET is less than 20 m2/year

29. Together powdered calcium carbonate material according p, otlichalis the same time, that when the fraction of particles smaller than 1 μm is more than 85%, the value of specific surface area by BET is less than 18 m2/year

30. Together powdered calcium carbonate material according p, characterized in that, when the fraction of particles smaller than 1 μm is more than 80%, the value of specific surface area by BET is less than 15 m2/year

31. Together powdered calcium carbonate material containing GCC and PCC, characterized in that it is in the form of a dry product and the ratio of the slope is at least about 30, preferably at least about 40, and most preferably at least about 45, and the coefficient of the slope is defined as d30/d70·100, where d30and d70represent equivalent spherical diameters, for which 30 wt.% and 70 wt.% particles are of smaller size.

32. Together powdered calcium carbonate material according p, characterized in that the RCC is 10-90% of the total combined weight of PCC and GCC, preferably 20-80% of the total combined weight of PCC and GCC, and most preferably 30-70% of the total combined weight of PCC and GCC.

33. Together powdered calcium carbonate material according to any one of p or 32, characterized in that it contains:
the fraction of particles smaller than 1 μm in more than 80%, preferred is considerable more than 85%, more preferably more than 90% and even more preferably more than 95% and has a value of specific surface area by BET less than 25 m2/year

34. Together powdered calcium carbonate material according p, characterized in that, when the fraction of particles smaller than 1 μm is more than 95%, the value of specific surface area by BET of less than 25 m2/year

35. Together powdered calcium carbonate material according p, characterized in that, when the fraction of particles smaller than 1 μm is more than 90%, the value of specific surface area by BET is less than 20 m2/year

36. Together powdered calcium carbonate material according p, characterized in that, when the fraction of particles smaller than 1 μm is more than 85%, the value of specific surface area by BET is less than 18 m2/year

37. Together powdered calcium carbonate material according p, characterized in that, when the fraction of particles smaller than 1 μm is more than 80%, the value of specific surface area by BET is less than 15 m2/year

38. Together powdered calcium carbonate material according to any one of p or 32, characterized in that the average diameter of d50is approximately 0.2 to 2.0 μm, preferably 0.2 to 0.8 μm, and most preferably 0.25 to 0.45 μm.

39. Together powdered calcium carbonate material according to any one of p or 32, otlichalis the same time, what it the weight ratio of ZrO2/CeO2makes 4-6,5, preferably 4.6 to 5.7 and most preferably 5,3.

40. The use of crushed together, the calcium carbonate material that contains GCC and PCC according to any one of p-39 in the paper, in particular, coated paper, paints and plastics.



 

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26 cl, 10 ex, 4 tbl, 5 dwg

FIELD: chemistry.

SUBSTANCE: invention pertains to the method of obtaining low-dimensional filling materials, which can be used in engineering materials for making composite materials with given functional characteristics. The method involves grinding the raw materials of the layer mineral and thermal treatment of the ground up dispersed particles. Thermal treatment is done by putting the dispersed particles into a non-oxidising thermal gas stream with density of 3·106-8·107 W/m2 for a period of 10-4-10-3 s. The above mentioned stream, containing dispersed particles, is applied to a substrate in form of a steel sheet, heated to 20-100°C. The obtained particles are collected and cooled down to 100-120°C.

EFFECT: invention allows obtaining a filling material with size of not more than 10 nm, with low energy consumption, and is effective when making polymer nano-composites.

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FIELD: industrial inorganic synthesis.

SUBSTANCE: method of preparing high-quality titanium nanoxide with particle size 10 to 100 nm comprises generation of gas plasma, introducing gas plasma flow, oxygen, and titanium tetrachloride vapors, oxidation of titanium tetrachloride with oxygen in synthesis zone to form titanium dioxide and chlorine, and quenching synthesis products in supersonic nozzle by way of transforming subsonic synthesis products flow escaping synthesis zone into supersonic flow, which is then expanded and cold quenching gas is injected thereto. Prior to enter synthesis zone, titanium tetrachloride is mixed with oxygen at molar ratio between 0.05 and 0.25, respectively. Cold quenching gas is injected when supersonic flow is expanded inside expanding portion of supersonic nozzle having opening angle 10-15°.

EFFECT: improved quality of titanium nanoxide.

1 dwg, 2 tbl

FIELD: methods and plants for increase of volume density of aerated powders.

SUBSTANCE: proposed method of compacting the powder containing oxide or phosphate of metal consists in placing the powder in container and increasing the pressure in its area above atmospheric pressure sufficient for compacting the powder before diffusion of considerable part of gas into powder. Powder containing oxide or phosphate of metal is placed in container and its volume density is increased. Then, concentrated suspension of pigment which is titanium dioxide is prepared. Specification gives description of plant proposed for increase of volume density of powder containing oxide or phosphate of metal and plant for increase of volume density of aerated loose pigment which is just titanium dioxide.

EFFECT: increased volume density of aerated powder; improved consistency; facilitated dispersion in latex paints.

22 cl, 6 dwg, 3 tbl, 8 ex

FIELD: chemistry.

SUBSTANCE: invention can be used in chemical industry. The method of producing jointly ground calcium carbonate material, which contains ground calcium carbonate (GCC) material and precipitated calcium carbonate (PCC) comprises the following steps: a) obtaining at least one calcium carbonate material, optionally, in form of an aqueous suspension; b) combined grinding of GCC and PCC, optionally, with at least another mineral material which is selected from talc, clay, Al2O3, TiO2 or mixtures thereof; c) optional sieving and/or concentration of the jointly ground calcium carbonate obtained at step (b); d) optional drying of the jointly ground calcium carbonate material obtained at step (b) or (c). The fraction of particles of the obtained material with size smaller than 1 mcm is greater than 80%, preferably greater than 85%, more preferably greater than 90% and even more preferably greater than 95%. BET specific surface area is less than 25 m2/g.

EFFECT: invention enables to increase lustre of enamel paper.

44 cl, 2 tbl, 5 ex

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