Develop Useful Methods
Developing Useful Methods (UMs)
How to Propose new Useful Methods (UMs)
If you’re interested in submitting a new Useful Method, please consult our complete list of subject categories.
As a member, you may submit a proposal for a new Useful Method. You can send a preliminary draft, which contains a description of the scope, to [email protected].
After your proposal is submitted, the Standards Manager will work with you to ensure that the proper format and procedure is followed, as outlined in the UM Guidelines.
Useful Methods Guidelines
If you are at the writing stage for your Useful Method, you can download the UM Guidelines. These guidelines describe the procedures and policies used to develop and publish Useful Methods. They also contain all the style and formatting information you will require.
In many ways, the UM Guidelines are similar to the Standards Guidelines, but are more flexible.
Brightness loss of bleached pulp, Useful Method UM 200 (2012)
Dirt in pulp (measured by transmitted light), Useful Method UM 205 (2015)
Shive content of mechanical pulp (laboratory flat screen), Useful Method UM 240 (2015)
Shive content of mechanical pulp (Somerville fractionator), Useful Method UM 242 (2015)
Permanganate number of pulp, Useful Method UM 251 (2013)
Amount of coating on mineral-coated paper, Useful Method UM 542 (2015)
Polystyrene in paper products, Useful Method UM 554 (2015)
Testing of grease-repellant treated paper, Useful Method UM 555 (2015)
Wetting shipping sack paper for testing, Useful Method UM 566 (2015)
Water repellence of paper and boards, Useful Method UM 579 (2015)
Inside this Section
- Alkaline Pulping
- Chemical Properties
- Extrusion Coating
- Fiberboard Shipping Containers
- Fillers and Pigments
- Optical Properties
- P&PQ General
- Physical Properties
- Printing and Imaging
- Pulp Properties
- Sulfite and Semichemical Pulping
- PTOC: Papermaking Technology Operations Committee
- Papermaking Additives
- Fiberglass Mat
- Quality and Standards Management Committee
- Standards Review
- ISO TC 6: Paper, Board, and Pulp