TAPPI Press offers some of the most in-depth resources and references for the forest products and related industries.  Here are our newest additions.

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Extrusion Coating Manual, 5th Edition

Global Editor: Warren Durling

The most comprehensive, hands-on manual covering the extrusion coating process, materials, equipment, and products. The book provides expert knowledge for engineers, technicians, operators, and managers on all aspects of the modern extrusion coating process.

New features include:

  • 28 additional sections, containing: Lamination Equipment, Process Variables, Structures, and Troubleshooting
  • 23 new, renowned contributors and authors
  • Highlights in technology modernization, such as increased productivity, reduced waste, and more product options.
  • Full-color photos and illustrations 

bswBrownstock Washing Fundamentals and Practices

Editor: Peter W. Hart & Michael T. Brown

A technical publication from 21 contributing experts that provides knowledge for pulp mill employees at any level. In addition to the pulp manufacturing workforce, the editors highly recommend this publication for university faculty and students as today’s young engineers may not have had formal education and training due to omission of the subject from many curricula. 

The book reviews current state-of-the-art methods for designing and operating brownstock washing systems, including:

  • Washer types
  • Washer control strategy
  • Instrumentation
  • Process Control
  • Troubleshooting

adv wet endAdvances in Papermaking Wet End Chemistry Application Technologies

Editor: Martin A. Hubbe & Scott Rosencrance

An authoritative textbook that describing some of the most important advances in papermaking wet-end chemistry applications technologies in past decades. It highlights ways in which recent progress in equipment, automation, and procedures are providing improvements in papermaking efficiency as well as the uniformity and end-use performance of the products.

This practical publication covers technology from multiple companies and academic sources in a fair-minded way, with emphasis on selected areas of advancement of technology related to new classes of equipment, new ways of using chemical additives, and principles of how things work. 

Chapters include: 

  • Control and optimization of retention
  • Drainage strategies and micro- or nanoparticle systems
  • Microbial control strategies
  • Optimization of dry strength additives
  • Enzymatic technology for wet-end implementation
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      nano front cvrNanocellulose Producers, Products, and Applications:  A Guide for End Users

    By Jack Miller

    Developed specifically for end users to explain the differences among the variety of cellulose nanomaterials available, detail the offerings of the various suppliers, and review the state of the industry and the challenges on the road to commercialization. This report covers cellulose nanocrystals (CNC) and cellulose nanofibrils (CNF), as well as microfibrillated cellulose (MFC), and cellulose filaments CF).  Overviews of the various cellulose nanomaterials are presented, with extensive references.  

    Key features include:

    • Profiles of more than 50 producers
    • Status of commercial development
    • Overview of issues relating to environment, health, and safety
    • Cellulose nanomaterial potential by application

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