Making the Most of Every Fiber

Webinar
Wednesday, August 19, 2020 to Wednesday, August 19, 2020

2 - 3PM (EDT) To be competitive, Papermakers strive to produce the highest quality at the lowest cost. There are many directions you can go; however, it's very difficult to be a successful if fundamental variation reduction is not part of your strategy.

Wednesday, August 19, 2020
2 - 3PM (EDT)

To be competitive, Papermakers strive to produce the highest quality at the lowest cost. There are many directions you can go; however, it is very difficult to be a successful if fundamental variation reduction is not part of your strategy.

Making the most of every fiber is a goal that depends on increasing and sustaining the health of standard regulatory loops, like consistency. There are ways to improve this foundation, which can increase the efficiency of unit operations, reduce variability at the reel and increase the success rate of large projects, like re-builds or advanced controls. This webinar will focus on some straightforward ways to re-consider your regulatory loop performance as it pertains to these goals.

Audience (Who Should Attend?):
Typical Job Titles
Operations Manager 
Production Manager
Process Engineer
E/I Engineer

Type of Company
Packaging Paper Producer
Tissue/Towel Producer
Paper Mill

 

Register for the Webinar

This webinar will focus on some straightforward ways to re-consider your regulatory loop performance as it pertains to these goals.

Todd Jordon
BTG
Global Solutions Team Manager – Packaging

University of Maine ChemE ‘95
25 years’ experience supporting paper-making process
National Starch and Chemical, Hercules, Ashland, EDT and BTG
Part of several recycled packaging machine start-ups
Spent 2 years as ex-pat in Shanghai
Led technical support teams in North America and Asia
Married with two kids, living in Atlanta, GA
Enjoy hockey, baseball and cars

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Register for the Webinar

This webinar will focus on some straightforward ways to re-consider your regulatory loop performance as it pertains to these goals.

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