Tork Conventional Toilet Roll
  • Tork Conventional Toilet Roll
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Tork Conventional Toilet Roll

Tork Conventional Toilet Roll
  • Tork Conventional Toilet Roll

Description

Tork® Conventional Toilet Rolls are the most economical rolls in the range providing a good quality toilet paper at an affordable price. Available in a number of different pack configurations to suit your needs.

Product and delivery data

System
T4 - Conventional toilet system
Quality
Universal
Roll length
110 m
Roll width
10 cm
Number of sheets
1000
Sheet length
11 cm
Ply
1
Print
No
Colour
White

Delivery data

Consumer units
Transport units
Pallet
(CON)
(TRP)
(PAL)
EAN
9310004560686
19310004131012
-
Packaging material
Poly
Carton
-
Pieces
4
192 (48 CON)
/
Gross weight
823 g
12.8 kg
407.56 kg
Height
200 mm
405 mm
1550 mm
Length
113 mm
460 mm
1165 mm
Width
113 mm
330 mm
1165 mm
Net weight
-
-
-
Volume
2.55 dm3
61.48 dm3
2103.7 dm3
Layer per pallet
-
-
-
Transport units per layer
-
-
-
Consumer units
(PAL)
EAN
9310004560686
Packaging material
Poly
Pieces
4
Gross weight
823 g
Height
200 mm
Length
113 mm
Width
113 mm
Net weight
-
Volume
2.55 dm3
Layer per pallet
-
Transport units per layer
-
Transport units
(TRP)
EAN
19310004131012
Packaging material
Carton
Pieces
192 (48 CON)
Gross weight
12.8 kg
Height
405 mm
Length
460 mm
Width
330 mm
Net weight
-
Volume
61.48 dm3
Layer per pallet
-
Transport units per layer
-
Pallet
(PAL)
EAN
-
Packaging material
-
Pieces
/
Gross weight
407.56 kg
Height
1550 mm
Length
1165 mm
Width
1165 mm
Net weight
-
Volume
2103.7 dm3
Layer per pallet
-
Transport units per layer
-

Content

The product is made from

Virgin pulp

The packaging material is made from paper or plastic.

Material

Virgin fibres

There are different methods used today for bleaching: ECF (elementary chlorine free, where chlorine dioxide is used, and TCF (totally chlorine free) where ozone, oxygen and hydrogen peroxide is used.

Virgin pulp fibres are produced out of softwood or hardwood. The wood is subject to chemical and/or mechanical processes where the cellulose fibres are separated out and lignin and other residuals are removed.

Bleaching is a cleaning process of the fibres and the aim is to achieve a bright pulp, but also to get a certain purity of the fibre in order to achieve the demands for hygiene products and in some cases to meet the requirements for food safety.

Chemicals

All chemicals (process aids as well as additives) are assessed from an environmental, occupational health and safety and product safety point of view.

To control product performance we use additives:

 

  • Wet strength agents (for Wipers and Hand Towels)
  • Dry strength agents (is used together with mechanical treatment of the pulp to make strong products like wipers)
  • For coloured papers dyes and fixatives (to secure perfect fastness of the colour) are added
  • For printing products printing inks (pigments with carriers and fixatives) are applied
  • For multi ply products we often use water soluble glue to secure the integrity of the product

 


In most of our mills we do not add optical brighteners.

We do not use softeners for professional hygiene products.

High product quality is secured through quality and hygiene management systems throughout production, storage and transport.

In order to maintain a stable process and product quality the paper manufacturing process is supported by the following chemicals/ process aids:

 

  • defoamers (surfactants and dispersing agents)
  • pH-control (sodium hydroxide and sulphuric acid)
  • retention aids (chemicals that help to agglomerate small fibres to prevent fiber loss)
  • Coating chemicals (that help to control the creping of the paper to make it soft and absorbent)

 

To reuse broke we use:

  • Pulping aid (chemicals that help to repulp wet strong paper)

In the cleaning of our waste water we use flocculation agents and nutritients for the biological treatment to secure that no negative impact on water quality comes from our mills.

Packaging

Fulfilment of Packaging and Packaging Waste Directive (94/62/EC): Yes

Article creation date and latest article revision

Date of issue: 20-04-2020
Revision date: 23-08-2023

Production

This product is produced at mill, NZ.

Destruction

This product is suitable to be taken care of in the normal sewage system of the community.

Essity Hygiene and Health AB, 405 03 GÖTEBORG, Sweden