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Publikācija: The Industry of Cellulose

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Publication language Latvian (lv)
Title in original language Celulozes, papīra, finiera, sērkociņu un terpentīna ražošana Latvijā (1944-1990)
Title in English The Industry of Cellulose, Paper, Plywood and Safety Matches in Latvia (1944-1990)
Field of research 6. Humanities and art
Sub-field of research 6.3 Philosophy, Ethics and Religion
Authors Uldis Alksnis
Ilgvars Grosvalds
Keywords cellulose, paper, cardboard, veneer, safety matces, turpentine, colophony
Abstract Viena no lielākajām dabas bagātībām ir mežs. Egle ir vērtīgs izejmateriāls celulozei, papīram un kartonam, priede – terpentīnam un kolofonijam, bērzs – finierim, bet apse – sērkociņu skaliņiem. Celulozi ieguva Slokas celulozes un papīra kombinātā, papīru – Slokas, Līgatnes, Juglas, Jaunciema un Staiceles fabrikās. Finiera nozares galveno ražojumu saplāksni jeb līmēto finieri izlaida „Latvijas bērzs”, „Furnieris”. „Lignums” un „Vulkāns”. Sērkociņu ražošana bija koncentrēta „Komētā” un „Baltijā”, bet terpentīna un kolofonija – ķīmiskajā fabrikā „Jugla”.
Abstract in English The greatest natural resources of Latvia are its forests. Pinewood serves to obtain turpentine and colophony, firtree wood for the production of cellulose and pulp, but birch wood for the production of plywood. Cellulose is produced at the combined cellulose and paper mill in Sloka according to the sulphute method. Paper is produced at the papermills in Sloka, Ligatne, Jugla, Jaunciems and Staicele. Paper of exceptional qualily is being produced in Līgatne. The most outsanding enterprises of plywood production are „Latvijas bērzs”, „Furnieris”,, „Lignums”, „Vulkāns”. The production of safety matches is concentrated in the enterprises „Komēta” in Rīga and „Baltija” in Liepaja.
Reference Alksnis, U., Grosvalds, I. The Industry of Cellulose, Paper, Plywood and Safety Matches in Latvia (1944-1990) . The Humanities and Social Sciences. Vol.18, 2011, pp.71-75. ISSN 1407-9291.
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