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Central Pulp & Paper Research Institute (CPPRI), A National level institute to promote R&D in the field of pulp & paper
Central Pulp & Paper Research Institute (CPPRI), A National level institute to promote R&D in the field of pulp & paper
Central Pulp & Paper Research Institute (CPPRI), A National level institute to promote R&D in the field of pulp & paper
Central Pulp & Paper Research Institute (CPPRI), A National level institute to promote R&D in the field of pulp & paperCentral Pulp & Paper Research Institute (CPPRI), A National level institute to promote R&D in the field of pulp & paper
Central Pulp & Paper Research Institute (CPPRI), A National level institute to promote R&D in the field of pulp & paper
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Central Pulp & Paper Research Institute (CPPRI), A National level institute to promote R&D in the field of pulp & paper Central Pulp & Paper Research Institute (CPPRI), A National level institute to promote R&D in the field of pulp & paperCentral Pulp & Paper Research Institute (CPPRI), A National level institute to promote R&D in the field of pulp & paper
Central Pulp & Paper Research Institute (CPPRI), A National level institute to promote R&D in the field of pulp & paper

Central Pulp & Paper Research Institute (CPPRI), A National level institute to promote R&D in the field of pulp & paper
Central Pulp & Paper Research Institute (CPPRI), A National level institute to promote R&D in the field of pulp & paper Central Pulp & Paper Research Institute (CPPRI), A National level institute to promote R&D in the field of pulp & paper


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The following testing facilities of fibrous, non-fibrous raw materials, Pulp, Paper, Black Liquors & Effluent Samples can be availed on payment basis:-
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S.No Test Charges (Rs) Method
  ANALYSIS OF RAW MATERIAL    
1. Hot water solubility 605 TAPPI T 207 cm-99
2. N/10 NaOH solubility 605 APPITA P5M-61
3. Alcohol – Benzene solubility 605 TAPPI T 204 cm-97
4. Holocellulose (chloride) 2,200 Wise et.al. 1946
5. Total lignin 2,200 TAPPI T 222 om-02
6. Pentosan 2,200 UV Method
7. Ash 605 TAPPI T 211 om-02
8. Silica 2,200 CPPRI
9. Determination of useful fibre in bagasse 2,750 TAPPI UM 3
10. Photomicrograph from Compound Microscope 2,200 IS:5285-1998
  PULPING & BLEACHING    
1. Raw material evaluation – pulping, bleaching & pulp evaluation (optimization of cooking & strength properties) 66,000  
2. Pulping optimization (Soda or Kraft) 33,000  
3. Bleaching optimization (CEH or ECF or TCF) 33,000  
4. Oxygen delignification ( per experiment) 8,250  
5. Oxygen delignification followed by CEH or ECF or TCF bleaching optimization 44,000  
  ANALYSIS OF PULP    
1. N/10 NaOH solubility 605 APPITA P5M-61
2. Alpha cellulose 2,200 TAPPI T 203 cm-99
3. Klason lignin 2,200 TAPPI T 222 om-02
4. Pentosan 2,200 UV Method
5. Ash 605 TAPPI T 211 om-02
6. Silica 2,200 CPPRI
7. Copper Number 605 TAPPI T 430 cm-99
8. CED viscosity 1,100 SCAN C 15:62
9. Kappa No. 1,100 TAPPI T 236 om-99
10. Soda Loss 1,100 TAPPI UM 212
11. Hexouronic acid in pulp 3,300 CPPRI
  PULP EVALUATION    
1. Beating & Sheet formation (PFI mill or Valley Beater) 9,900 ISO 5364
2. Bauer McNett Fibre Classification 3,300 TAPPI T 233 cm-82
3. Filler & Fines retention 6,600 CPPRI
4. Freeness (CSF) 1,100 ISO DP 5269
5. Shive analysis of high yield pulp 3,300 CPPRI
6. Water retention value (WRV) in pulp 5,500 Jayme's met
7. Zero Span Tensile Strength (ZSTS) of Pulp 2,200  
  PAPER TESTING - PHYSICAL PROPERTIES    
1. Abrasion resistence (Taber) 1,650 CPPRI
2. Air resistence (Gurley) 605 ISO 5636
3. Ash content 605 ISO 2144/1762
4. Bursting strength 605 ISO 2758
5. Cobb sizing test 605 ISO 535
6. Concora Medium Test (CMT) 1,100 SCAN P 27-69
7. Grammage 605 ISO 536
8. Folding Endurance 605 ISO 5626
9. In plane tear test 1,100 CPPRI
10. Klemm absorbency 605 SCAN P 13-64
11. Moisture 605 ISO 287
12. Paper dimensional stability 3,300 SCAN P 28-69
13. pH (Hot Extract)/(Aq.Extract) 605 ISO 6588-2/6588
14. Porosity (Bendtsen) 605 ISO 5636-3
15. Ring crush test 1,100 SCAN P 34-71
16. Roughness (Parker print surf) 605 ISO 8791-4
17. Sp. Scattering Coefficient 605 SCAN C 27-69
18. Bending resistance 605 ISO 2493-1
19. Tearing strength 605 ISO 1974
20. Tensile energy absorption (TEA) 1,650 ISO 1924-2
21. Tensile strength 605 ISO 1924-2
22. Thickness (Micron) 605 ISO 534
23. Water absorptivity (Blotter) 605 ISO 5269
24. Wax pick strength 825 CPPRI
25. Wet tensile strength 605 ISO 3781
26. Tensile stiffness orientation (TSO) in Paper 2,200 L & W
27. Static & Dynamic Friction in paper 2,200 TAPPI 549/om-90
28. Z Direction Tensile Strength 2,200 ISO 15754
29. Short Span Compression Test (SCT) 2,200 ISO 9895
30. Crumpling Test 4,400 IGT
31. Particle size Distribution Analysis (Using Horiba Laser Scattering Analyser) 4,400 Horiba LA - 920
32. Calendering (Soft/Hard Nip) Experiment for one Paper Sample 2,200 CPPRI
33. Coating trail with one coating chemical & coated paper evaluation 22,000 CPPRI
34. Fracture Toughness of paper 1,100 Scan P 77
35. Bursting Energy of paper 1,100 ISO 2758
36. Water retention tester of coating color 2,200
37. Wet end chemical evaluation on one type of pulp 27,500 CPPRI
38. Evaluation of filler for optical characteristics, Particle size distribution & Paper characteristics for one type of pulp 22,000 CPPRI
39. Comparitive calibration check of paper testing instruments 2,200 CPPRI
40. Formation index of paper (Look Through) 2,200 CPPRI
41. Surface Topography analysis of paper 2,750 CPPRI
42. Equivalent Black Area (EBA) By Paprican Micro Scanner 1,100 TAPPI
  OPTICAL PROPERTIES    
1. Brightness 605 ISO 2470
2. CIE, colour coordinates 1,100 CIE 1967
3. Dominant wave length 1,100 CPPRI
4. Opacity 605 ISO 2471
5. Transparency 605 DIN 5033
6. Whiteness 605 -
7. Yellowness 605 -
8. Gloss 605 ISO 8254-1
  PRINTING PROPERTIES    
1. Fluff testing 3,300 -
2. IGT Printability Test SS
- Oil absorbency
- Picking velocity
- Print Density
- Print gloss
- Printing smoothness
- Printing through
- Gravure printing
- Covering power of ink

1,650
1,650
2,475
1,100
2,475
1,650
1,650
1,650

ISO DIS-3783
3. Flexo Printing 1,650
  OTHER TESTS    
1. Carbon paper
- Durability
- Manifolding

605
605

IS: 9055/1979
IS: 9055/1979
2. Amount of carbon
1,100
 
3. Pulmac Zero span test
- Fibre strength
- Orientation index

2,200
2,200
 
4. Grease proof testing 1,100 IS:6622/1972
5. Stencil paper
- Moisture resistance
- Keeping quality
- Performance on duplicating machine

605
605
1,100

IS:5086/1981
IS:5086/1981
IS:5086/1981
6. Tissue paper
- Rate of absorption
- Disintegration capability

1,100
1,100

TAPPI 432 om-87 PIRA
PIRA
7. Paprican Image Analyser Test
- Dirt and Speck
- Formation

6,600
6,600
 
8. Particle Charge of solution ( Mutek ) 6,600  
9. Chemical sensitivity of MICR cheque paper per chemical 1,100  
10. UV light exposure test of MICR cheque paper 1,210  
  CHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF PAPER    
1. Rosin 2,200 TAPPI T 408 om-88
2. Wax 1,100 TAPPI T 405 om-85
3. Starch 1,100 TAPPI T 419 om-97
4. Casein 1,100 TAPPI UM 490
5. Water soluble sulphates 1,100 TAPPI T 255 om-89
6. Titanium pigments 1,100 TAPPI T 627 om-92
7. Amount of coating 1,100 TAPPI UM-542
8. Water soluble chloride 1,100 TAPPI T-256-cm-85
9. pH (Hot water extract) 605 TAPPI T 435 om-88
10. Ash content 605 ISO 2144
  MICROSCOPIC ANALYSIS    
1. Mechanical pulp content in paper, paper board and pulp sample 3,850 IS:5285/1998
2. Fibre furnish analysis (Qualitative) 5,500 IS:5285/1998
3. Fibre furnish analysis (Quantitative) 11,000 IS:5285/1998
4. Fibre dimensions (Fibre Length & Distribution, Fibre Width & Distribution, Fibre Curl & Fibre Kink Fibre Coarseness) 5,500 IS:5285/1998
5. Scanning Electron Microscopy (Per Sample) 5,500 -
  NON-FIBROUS MATERIAL TESTING    
1. Alum 2,200 TAPPI T-614 os-44
2. Soda ash 605 TAPPI T-612 om-89
3. Rosin 2,200 TAPPI T-628 cm-82
4. Starch 605 TAPPI T-638 cm-85
5. Lime stone 1,100 TAPPI T 618 cm-84
6. Titanium 2,200 TAPPI T-627 om-92
7. Available lime index 605 TAPPI T-617 cm-84
8. Calcium carbonate in soap stone 1,320 CPPRI
9. Viscosity of starch at one concentration and temperature 1,320 CPPRI
10. Characterization of starch (Includes pH, Conductivity, Charge, Charge Demand, Nitrogen content, Degree of substitution) 11,000
11. Magnesium Silicate in soap stone 2,200 CPPRI
12. Molecular weight distribution of water soluble polymer 2,750 Gel Filtration Chromatography
13. Anthraquinone (Purity) 2,200 IS:6259-1971
14. Titanium Dioxide (Purity) 2,200 TAPPI 627 om 97
15. Abrasion value in filler 2,750
  BLACK LIQUOR ANALYSIS    
1. pH at 300 C 605 CPPRI
2. Total solids 660 CPPRI
3. Specific gravity at 300 C 605 CPPRI
4. Suspended solids 1,100 CPPRI
5. Conductivity 660 CPPRI
6. Residual active alkali 1,100 TAPPI T-625 cm-85
7. Total alkali 1,100 TAPPI T-625 cm-85
8. Silica Content (SiO2) 1,650 TAPPI T-625 cm-85
9. Sulphate Ash 1,650 TAPPI T-625 cm-85
10. R2O3 1,650 TAPPI T-625
11. Lignin Content (UV Method) 1,100 CPPRI
12. Organic Acids 2,750 CPPRI
13. ZETA potential 2,750 CPPRI
14. Total Sugar 2,750 CPPRI
15. Reducing Sugar 2,200 CPPRI
  PHYSICO-CHEMICAL PROPERTIES    
1. Viscosity at one temperature and four solid concentrations 5,500 CPPRI
2. Foaming index 1,100 CPPRI
3. Brookfield viscosity of coating oils & printing inks for each sample 1,100 CPPRI
4. Density of liquid sample by automatic Density meter 1,650 CPPRI
5. Black liquor density curve at different solids and one temperature 5,500 CPPRI
6. Black liquor density curve at different temperatures and one solid 5,500 CPPRI
  LIME SLUDGE ANALYSIS    
1. Loss on ignition 605 TAPPI T-618 cm-84
2. Silica as SiO2 1,650 TAPPI T-618 cm-84
3. Residual CaO 1,320 TAPPI T-618 cm-84
4. R2O3 1,650 TAPPI T-618 cm-84
5. Magnesium as MgO 1,100 TAPPI T-618 cm-84
6. Calcium carbonate 1,320 TAPPI UM-616
7. Residual alkali as Na2O 1,320 TAPPI UM-616
  POLYMER PROPERTIES    
1. Precipitation point of black liquor during evaporation 1,650 TAPPI UM-615
2. Polydispersity (TiO2) of black liquor / lignin 3,300 CPPRI
3. Molecular weight distribution of lignin macromolecule in black liquor 6,600 CPPRI
4. Ultrafiltration using lab module of DDS/RO, including analysis of fraction 49,500 CPPRI
  THERMAL PROPERTIES    
1. Burning properties (SVR) 2,750 CPPRI
2. Weight loss by thermogravimetry (temperature versus weight loss curve) 3,850 CPPRI
3. Integral procedural decomposition temperature (IPDT) and activation energy 2,200 CPPRI
4. Calorific value 2,200 TAPPI T-684 om-02
5. Total organic carbon 2,750 -
6. Fixed and volatile carbon 3,300 CPPRI
7. Temperature of ignition 2,750 CPPRI
  INSTRUMENTAL METHODS OF ANALYSIS    
1. Calcium (Quantitative analysis by flame photometer) 1,650 CPPRI
2. Sodium (flame photometer) 1,650 CPPRI
3. Potassium (flame photometer) 1,650 CPPRI
4. Spectrum in range 190-400 nm (UV ) 1,650 CPPRI
5. Spectrum in range 400-850 nm (Visible) 1,650 CPPRI
6. Colour intensity (chloro platinum) 1,100 Spectophotometer
7. Spectrum in range 4000-450 cm-1 (Infrared) 1,650 CPPRI
8. Carbohydrate composition of wood or pulp 2,750 CPPRI
9. Elemental analysis (C, H, N) each element 1,100 Catalytic Combustion
10. Iron 1,650 CPPRI
11. Trace Metal (Each Element)Al, As, B, Ca, Cu, Cr, Cd, CO, Fe, Hg, K, Mg, Mn, Na, Ni, Pb, Sb, Se, Si, Ti, Zn 1,100 AAS
12. Inorganic Anions (Each Anion)Cl-, NO2-, NO3-, SO32-, SO42-, S2O32-, C2O42-, PO43- 1,100 HPIC
13. Na2SO3 Purity 1,100 HPIC
14. Ligno Sulphonate Purity 1,100 UV Spectroscopy
  WATER ANALYSIS    
1. Colour 1,100 ASTM
2. pH 550 -
3. Silica as SiO2 1,320 TAPPI T-625
4. Total hardness
- Temporary as CaCO3
- Permanent as CaCO3

1,100
1,100

ASTM
ASTM
5. Sulphates 1,100 ASTM
6. Chlorides 660 ASTM
7. Iron 660 CPPRI
8. Turbidity, NTU 660 Instrumental
9. Residual Free Chlorine, mg/l 660 Titrimetric
10. Dissolved Solids, mg/l 1,100 Titrimetric
11. Magnesium as Mg, mg/l 660 Titrimetric
12. Nitrates as N, mg/l 1,100 Instrumental
13. Nitrites as N, mg/l 1,100 Instrumental
14. Acidity, mg/l 660 Instrumental
15. Alkalinity, mg/l 660 Instrumental
16. Conductivity, μs/cm 825 Instrumental
  EFFLUENT ANALYSIS    
1. COD 1,980 ASTM
2. BOD 3,300 ASTM
3. Oil and Grease 1,100 ASTM
4. Volatile Fatty acids (Titration method) 1,100 *
5. Alkalinity as CaCO3 1,650 ASTM
6. Nitrogen 2,200 ASTM
7. Phosphorous 2,200 ASTM
8. Ammonical Nitroge, mg/l 1,100 Distillation cum Titrimetric
9. Free Ammonia, mg/l 1,100 Titrimetric
10. % Sodium ( on the basis of Cation Na, K, Ca & Mg) 2,750 Instrumental
11. SAR (Sodium Absorption Ratio) on the basis of Concentration of Na, K, Ca & Mg) 3,300 Instrumental
12. EOX, mg/l 6,600 Instrumental
13. Sulphide, mg/l 550 Titrimetric
14. Sulfite, mg/l 550 Titrimetric
15. AOX, mg/l 6,600 Titrimetric
16. Suspended Solids, mg/l 1,100 ASTM
17. Volatile Solids, mg/l 1,650 ASTM
18. Fixed Solids, mg/l 1,650 ASTM
19. Volatile Suspended Solids, mg/l 1,650 ASTM
20. Fixed Suspended Solids, mg/l 1,650 ASTM
21. TCLP Test 27,500
  BIOASSAY METHODS    
1. Anaerobic bio-degradability 8,800 *
2. Toxicity assay of effluents 11,000 *
  SLUDGE CHARACTERISTICS    
1. Volatile suspended solids 1,650 ASTM
2. Methanogenic sludge activity (anaerobic sludge) 5,500 *
3. Stirred specific volume 2,200 WRC method (UK)
4. Filtrability test (capillary suction time) 2,200 WRC method (UK)
5. Sludge volume index 1,100 APHA
6. AOX, mg/kg 7,700 Titrimetric
7. EOX, mg/kg 7,700 Titrimetric
8. Toxicity of Environment Sample 13,200 ISO 11348/NVN 6516
  Parameters    
1. - Air Monitoring (RSPM, SOx and NOx)
- For small Scale Allied Unit (Cottage Industries)
5,500 Per Point
4,400 Per Point


2. Stack Monitoring (SPM, H2S, SOx and NOx) 5,500 Per Point
3. Noise Monitoring 550 per Point
4. - Non Condensable Gases (H2S, Methyl Mercaptans, Di
Methyl Di Sulfide, Di methyl Sulfide)
82,500 for four sampling points
(11,000 per each Additional point)


5. Volatile Organic Compounds 11,000
6. PM-10 (Instrumental) 5,500
7. PM 2.5 (Instrumental) 5,500
  RECYCLED FIBRE    
1. Macro Stickies Counts in Pulp (>100) 1,650 Pulmac Master Screen & Image Analyser
2. Macro/Micro Stickies Concentration in pulp, gm/kg 5,500 Solvent Extraction
3. Evaluation of Stickies Control Agent 11,000 CPPRI
4. Evaluation of Deinking Chemical including dosage optimization and testing of yield, deinking efficiency, brightness, residual ink concentration, residual ink size distribution, sludge volume, consistency and inorganic content. 27,500 CPPRI
5. Estimation of dissolved colloidal material in paper machine back water based on Total Organic Carbon (TOC) analysis 11,000 CPPRI
6. Analysis of RCF market pulp (include Filterability by Schopper Riegler (0SR), Ash content, Alkali solubility in 1% NaOH solution at 1000C, Tensile strength, Burst factor, Fibre length by Bauer McNett Classifier etc.) 11,000 -
7. Bleaching of recycled fibre for Quality Upgradation 33,000 -
8. Acid/Neutral/Alkaline/sizing optimization studies of RCF 55,000 -
9. Residual Ink concentration in deinking pulp 5,500 PAPRICAN
10. Macro(> 100μ) / Micro(< 100μ) Stickies Profiling across the process line for 10 locations, gm/kg. (if exceeded Rs. 3,000/- per location will be charged additionally) 55,000 Solvent Extraction
11. Estimation of micro Stickies Concentration in back water sample, gm/kg. 2,200 Extraction Method
12. Evaluation of deinking enzymes 55,000 -
13. Repulpability of splices/splicing tape 11,000 TAPPI-UM-213
14. Macro stickies concentration in pulp, gm/kg 2,200 Solvent Extraction
15. Micro stickies concentration in pulp, gm/kg 2,200 Solvent Extraction
  BIOTECHNOLOGY    
1. Estimation of Xylose sugar (Spectrophotometer method) 1,650 Parabromo Aniline Method
2. Estimation of Ethanol Content (Spectrophotometer method) 1,100 Caputi et.al.
3. Estimation of Dietary fibre- TDF, IDF, SDF (Enzymatic-Gravimetric) 3,300 AOAC International
4. Evaluation of Xylanase Enzyme Activity 2,750 Bailey's
5. Evaluation of Xylanase Enzyme Activity, pH & Temperature Profile 11,000 Bailey's
6. Total Microbial Count (CFU, Plate Count) 1,100 APHA
7. Estimation of Coliform Bacteria 550 APHA
8. Estimation of Coliform & Faecal Coliform (E.Coli) 1,100 APHA
9. Estimation of Reducing Sugars (Spectrophotometric method) 1,100 Miller et.al.
10. Estimation of Total Sugars (Spectrophotometric method) 1,100 Dubois et.al.
11. Evaluation of enzyme- Enzymetic Pre-Bleaching response (complete Evaluation, optimization of enzyme dose & pulp evaluation) 55,000 CPPRI
12. Evaluation of enzyme- Enzymetic deinking (complete Evaluation, optimization of enzyme dose & pulp evaluation) 33,000 CPPRI
13. Evaluation of enzyme- Enzymetic refining (complete Evaluation, optimization of enzyme dose & pulp evaluation) 22,000 CPPRI
14. Evaluation of Slimicide (Efficacy & relative Population density Test) 16,500 CPPRI
15. Estimation of Glucan content 1,650 NREL/TP-510-42618
16. Estimation of Xylan content in raw material 1,650 TAPPI
17. Estimation of Escherichia coil (MPN Method) 550 APHA
18. Estimation of faecal streptococcus (MPN) 550 APHA
19. Estimation of Enterococcus group (MPN) 1,100 APHA
20. Removal of coating through enzymatic approach 1,650 CPPRI
  EVALUATION OF LIGNIN/LIGNOSULPHATES    
1. Lignin/Lignosulphonate purity % 1,100 CPPRI
2. Ash % 660 CPPRI
3. Element Composition (CHNS Analysis) 2,200 CPPRI
4. Methoxyl Group % 3,300 CPPRI
5. Total & Phenolic Hydroxyl Group % 2,200 CPPRI
6. Silica % 1,650 CPPRI
7. Chloride % 1,100 CPPRI
8. Sulphate % 1,100 CPPRI
9. Sodium % 1,100 CPPRI
10. Potassium % 1,100 CPPRI
- * Method developed by Agricultural University of Wageningen, Netherland (Dutch Method)
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- Service tax at applicable rate will be extra.
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