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Journal articles
Characterization of facial tissue softness, Solutions! & TAPPI JOURNAL, April 2004, Vol. 3(4) (185KB)

Characterization of facial tissue softness, Solutions! & TAPPI JOURNAL, April 2004, Vol. 3(4) (185KB)

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Effects of creping conditions on surface softness of tissue paper - application of sled method, TAPPI JOURNAL, December 2000, Vol. 83(12)

Effects of creping conditions on surface softness of tissue paper - application of sled method, TAPPI JOURNAL, December 2000, Vol. 83(12)

Journal articles
Effects of creping conditions on surface softness of tissue paper - application of sled method, TAPPI JOURNAL, December 2000, Vol. 83(12)

Effects of creping conditions on surface softness of tissue paper - application of sled method, TAPPI JOURNAL, December 2000, Vol. 83(12)

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A brominated methylethylhydantoin slimicide in a tissue mill, TAPPI JOURNAL, May 2003, Vol. 2(5) (179KB)

A brominated methylethylhydantoin slimicide in a tissue mill, TAPPI JOURNAL, May 2003, Vol. 2(5) (179KB)

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A new perspective on tissue wet strength decay: the real values, TAPPI JOURNAL January 2013

A new perspective on tissue wet strength decay: the real values, TAPPI JOURNAL January 2013

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How to maximize the dry crepe process, TAPPI JOURNAL, August 1994, Vol. 77(8)

How to maximize the dry crepe process, TAPPI JOURNAL, August 1994, Vol. 77(8)

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Meeting competitive demands in tissue production, TAPPI JOURNAL, December 1998, Vol. 81(12)

Meeting competitive demands in tissue production, TAPPI JOURNAL, December 1998, Vol. 81(12)

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Through-air drying of tissue and towel grades, TAPPI JOURNAL, April 1999, Vol. 82(4)

Through-air drying of tissue and towel grades, TAPPI JOURNAL, April 1999, Vol. 82(4)

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Magazine articles
Editorial: Let's talk tissue!, TAPPI Journal July 2019

ABSTRACT: In this issue of TAPPI Journal (TJ), researchers Olejnik and Pelczynski of Lodz University of Technology in Poland and researcher Bloch of the University of Gre-noble Alpes in France use an experimental device to measure the liquid absorption properties of tissue (p. 417). The device, called the eXtended liquid penetration analyzer (XLPA), was initially built at the Institute of Papermaking and Printing at the University of Lodz. Results from the study published here showed that the XLPA measurements were in good agreement with the ISO 12625:-8:2010 standard measurements. The researchers believe this method could ultimately help mills characterize the liquid absorption of their tissue in a better and faster manner.