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Material Invertuals

Film by Elina Johansson, student at Innventia TechMark Arena, featuring designed furniture in new cellulose-based materials.

A Cellulose-Based Society

Marco Lucisano, Director Papermaking & Packaging at Innventia, gives a brief introduction to our third Global Outlook Report: "A Cellulose-Based Society". A report in which we have surveyed attitudes towards materials that we all use in everyday life and described the trends and driving forces shaping the way towards a more sustainable future.

How the cover of the report was made (part 1)

The cover of the report A Cellulose-Based Society has quite a unique texture. It consists of 50% recycled paper and 50% recycled textile fibres (old jeans).

How the cover of the report was made (part 2)

The cover of the report A Cellulose-Based Society has quite a unique texture. It consists of 50% recycled paper and 50% recycled textile fibres (old jeans).

Strong nonocellulose thread

From our customer Magazine Beyond: "Researchers at KTH Royal Institute of Technology and at Innventia have been working in partnership to develop a method for manufacturing thin, strong nanocellulose thread. The material is recyclable and biodegradable and could, for example, replace cotton in fabrics or fibreglass for reinforcement purposes. Innventia researcher Karl Håkansson will now scale up the process."

Future products made of fibre

The future will soon be here. At Innventia, we are working to develop new materials and products to meet the needs of the future and one key focus is that these new materials should be sustainable. This is important in view of both climate change and the rising oil prices that we are already experiencing today. Our customers within the forest industry also have a real need to find new applications for cellulose-based fibres. Film by: Skogsindustrierna

Textilelike materials (short version)

Completely new materials with some of the properties we normally associate with textile are among the new and exciting developments in innovative papermaking.

Release of Innventia Global Outlook report: "A Cellulose-Based Society"

Innventia's third Global Outlook Report was released duríng the International Wood Biorefining Week 24-27 May 2016 at Stockholm International Fair. This film clip is featuring President Birgitta Sundblad and Director Papermaking & Packaging Marco Lucisano during the release party.

Lignocity – The Cradle Of Bioeconomy

Innventia, Nordic Paper and Paper Province have started a collaboration to develop the future forest-based bioeconomy. The first step is to establish an open test bed called LignoCity. Here, companies can develop and scale up technology that refines lignin to new climate-friendly fuels, chemicals and materials. Film produced by Paper Province.

LignoCity kick-off i Bäckhammar

Projektledare Per Tomani svarar på frågor från press och medlemmar i projektet under LignoCitys kick-off i Bäckhammar, 8 februari 2016.

Kolfiberbilen - Anders Uhlin presenterar

Anders Uhlin på Innventia presenterar modellbil med ett tak tillverkat av en komposit där kolfibern är baserad på 100 procent barrvedslignin.

Carbon fibre car - presented by Anders and Andrzej

Anders Uhlin from Innventia and Andrzej Nowak from the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) presenting the carbon fibre car.

Self opening cone

Self opening cone.

Packaging Audit (version 4)

Packaging Audit combines the right skills and measurement tools based on customer needs for cost reduction, user experience or legal requirements. The aim is to help companies to optimise their packaging and processes throughout the packaging value chain.

Packaging Audit (3)

Packaging Audit combines the right skills and measurement tools based on customer needs for cost reduction, user experience or legal requirements. The aim is to help companies to optimise their packaging and processes throughout the packaging value chain.

Innventia FEX-trailer (version 3)

The FEX system is a complete pilot-scale papermaking facility serving the pulp and paper industry and its suppliers with process studies, product development and the evaluation of new technology and raw materials.

Magle Phadebas at Innventia (version 2)

Some years ago, a Swedish medical technology company called Magle contacted Innventia, asking for help to develop a product. The product, which is now sold under the name Phadebas Forensic Press Test, is a specialist paper with a starch-coated surface that reacts when it comes into contact with saliva. As the name suggests, this is used in forensic investigations. At Innventia, we mostly deal with thinking about and developing the products and processes of the future. But in this case, we’re actually involved in the production process itself.

Developing new paper making concepts at pilot scale (version 2)

Developing new paper making concepts at pilot scale.

The FEX paper machine and an introduction to papermaking (version 2)

The FEX paper machine and an introduction to papermaking.

Stratified forming

Stratified forming is an innovative process solutions to produce new and traditional paper products in resource-effective processes.

Textile materials (long version)

Completely new materials with some of the properties we normally associate with textile are among the new and exciting developments in innovative papermaking.

Developing new paper making concepts at pilot scale

Developing new paper making concepts at pilot scale.

The FEX paper machine and an introduction to papermaking

The FEX paper machine and an introduction to papermaking.

Zink Oxide Paper

Demonstrators