From the morning bagel bag to the shopping tote bag in the mall, our papers are in many moments of your day to day.

Certified by ISO 9.001 and Forest Stewarship Council® (FSC® C009947) Chain of Custody, our papers range from 30 to 200g / m² and are suitable for conversion into rigid or flexible packaging.

The FSC® Chain of Custody certification guarantees to the consumer that the product was manufactured with certified and controlled forest raw material.

This process requires guarantees of control of the origin, handling and tracing of the raw material used in all stages of production, from the forest to the final product.

PAPER BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS

One of the main national producers of FineKraft paper, suitable for direct contact with food and used in the production of bread bags.

more than7paper types
for
packaging

gram-sizes between30 and 200g/m²

more than 276thousand tons of
packaging paper
produced per year

certifiedfood contact
papers

Kraft Paper Lines

Each line of Irani paper is suitable for specific productions such as bags, bags for bread, envelopes, industrial bags, gummed tapes, among others. Find the ideal paper using our filters:

FILTERS

BagKraft is a recycled paper with FSC® certification and high physical strength and that allows excellent print quality.

Characteristics – monolucent, recycled with percentage of virgin fiber.
Coloring – brown.
Weight – 70 to 140 g / m².
Suggested applications – shopping bags for retail stores.

Characteristic – unique to the envelope industry.
Coloring – brown and gold.
Weight – 75 to 110 g / m².
Suggested application: manufacture of envelopes.

Characteristics – monolucent, virgin long fiber.
Coloring – production only on request / order in the color indicated by the customer.
Weight – 35 to 75 g / m².
Suggested applications: manufacture of lightweight bags and envelopes.

Characteristics – monolucent, virgin long fiber.
Coloring – brown and white.
Weight – 30 to 60 g / m².
Suggested applications – manufacture of lightweight bags for fast food chain and bakeries, paint masking, sewing molds and plotter.
Paper suitable for food contact. Meets the requirements of Ordinance 177/99 of ANVISA.

Characteristics – monolucent, virgin long fiber.
Coloring – brown.
Weight – 70 to 125 g / m².
Suggested applications – manufacture of bags, industrial bags, gummed tapes and packages.
Paper suitable for food contact. Meets the requirements of ANVISA Ordinance 177/99.

Characteristics – smoothed, virgin long fiber.
Coloring – brown.
Weight – 70 to 200 g / m².
Suggested applications – manufacturing of industrial bags and packages.
Paper suitable for food contact. It meets the requirements of Ordinance 177/99 of ANVISA.

Characteristic – extensible, virgin long fiber.
Coloring – brown.
Weight – 70 to 125 g / m².
Suggested application: manufacturing of industrial bags.
Paper suitable for food contact. It meets the requirements of Ordinance 177/99 of ANVISA.

The Smooth BagKraft is recycled paper with FSC® certification and high physical strength and that allows great print quality.

Characteristics – non-gloss, recycled with percentage of virgin fiber.
Coloring – brown.
Weight – 70 to 110 g / m².
Suggested applications – shopping bags for retail stores.

PAPER PRODUCTION
Our papers are produced in the paper units SC, in Vargem Bonita and Papel MG, in Santa Luzia.

Know the paper production process:



1

Stock of firewood fragments

Pinus and eucalyptus wood are the most commonly used raw materials for papermaking.
After cutting, the logs are peeled, giving rise to the chips that generate the cellulose and are used as fuel to produce steam and electricity.

2

Pulp Manufacturing

The conversion of wood into pulp consists of the separation of cellulosic fibers by the removal of lignin, a kind of glue that binds these fibers.

Mechanical Process

Chemical Process

Process by Recycling

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3

Bleaching

The manufacture of some papers requires the bleaching of the pulp. For this, chemical products are used that eliminate lignin. The pulp resulting from this process is whiter and has a lower tendency to yellow over time.

New technologies have considerably reduced the environmental impact of the bleaching process.

4

Sheet formation

The pulp reaches the inbox of the paper machine containing more than 99% water. The mixture is poured in the form of a fine, uniform jet over the forming screen. The filtering action of the screen, combined with a vacuum system, extracts much of the water contained in the pulp, thereby forming the sheet of paper. The sheet is pressed between rollers to remove more water. It then goes through the drying section, where it comes in contact with drying cylinders that extract the remaining water through evaporation.

5

Finishing

The finishing consists in the conversion into cut sheets and packaging of all products. The process uses modern equipment for cutting, packaging and palletizing. Currently, in most factories all production is performed automatically, without manual contact.