Chest and Tank Cleaning Tune-Up in the Pulp & Paper Industry


A webinar designed to discover how to maximize the life of your equipment with chest and tank cleaning - and reduce safety and health risks while you're at it.
It all comes down to using the right approach for the job at hand.

You'll learn:

  • Common pain points during tank cleaning
  • How pressure affects flow rate
  • How to identify which equipment to use depending on residue
  • How to manage water consumption
  • How to mitigate cross-contamination during colour grade changes
  • How to increase safety during cleaning and deal with confined spaces
  • How to improve cleaning cycle time
  • Improve your Total Cost Ownership (TCO)

Who Should Watch:

Job Titles

  • Process engineers 
  • Machine managers or supervisors
  • Researcher
  • Production engineers
  • Maintenance engineers
  • Utility engineers
  • Mechanical engineers
  • Consultant 

Type of Companies

  • Pulp & Paper companies
  • Tissue companies

Brought to you by: Spraying Systems Co




Geoff Tanner and Bernard Pyzdrowski

geroff tanner.jpgGeoff Tanner has worked with a wide range of industries over his 20 years with Spraying Systems Co. to help improve operational efficiencies and performance as a design engineer, product manager and business development manager. His main focus as the Tank Cleaning Business Leader is to provide the cleaning products and solutions that are best suited for any application or problems the customer may be facing. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Marquette University and a Masters of Product Design and Development from Northwestern University

Bernard Pyzdrowski has worked for Spraying Systems Co.berna.jpg since 2016. He is a Project Engineer focused exclusively on the Pulp and Paper Industry. He is experienced with various mill operations such as cleaning, trimming, lubricating, coating, drying operations and more. Bernard is involved in product development, process improvement and technical support. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Milwaukee School of Engineering.