What Does It do.
Microchamber technology uses molecular traps or “zeolites” which are naturally occurring minute crystalline structures. They have an almost limitless capacity to absorb, and are widely used today in detergents, anti-cancer drugs, water treatment, and air filtration, to name just a few uses.
But what is new and is now changing our industry is the incorporation of this technology into paper. In the 1990’s a chemist, Bill Hollinger, patented the incorporation of these zeolite molecular traps in the fibres of paper. This created a unique and outstanding new product area: now for the first time paper and board could be made that not only had no acid in it, but much more importantly would trap and render harmless most of the acid gases in our environment. Call us today