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  3. 2. Lignin
  4. What is uniqueness of Rubber Seed Lignin?

2. Lignin

2. Lignin

What is uniqueness of Rubber Seed Lignin?


Traditionally, lignin for industrial use comes from the byproducts of the pulp and paper industry. This type of lignin, known as lignosulfonate, contains a significant amount of sulfur (3.5-8.0%).
In contrast, rubber seed lignin is made from the organosolv process, and organosolv lignin offers a distinct advantage. It’s sulfur-free and high-purity lignin-derived through a single-step process. This eliminates the need for additional purification steps commonly required for lignosulfonates before they can be used in various applications.

We can produce 2 shades color of lignin: the first one is light color lignin, and the second one is dark color lignin. Lignin color is significant for several applications, impacting both aesthetics and functionality.