Understand the Papermachine Components that Influence Paper Quality
Through TAPPI Academy training, you can learn how to identify design and operation features, and discover methods to improve papermachine efficiency and product quality with this three-day course!
TAPPI Papermachine Operations Course
May 21-23, 2019
Neenah, Wisconsin USA
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Save with TAPPI membership and discounted rates for groups of three or more from the same location.
Course Chair, Jim Atkins, says, “Our objective is to equip you with practical knowledge – the why things happen, such as understanding fibers and why it’s important to evaluate fiber strength. We’re often trained to ‘push a button’ yet in this course, you’ll learn why pushing that button has an impact on the entire process. We are confident that you’ll find that the cost of this course can bring far more value in efficiency and performance.”
This is an unparalleled opportunity to learn how to increase the operational performance of paper machines and why this will improve the quality of the finished product.
What you will learn:
This course provides you with an improved understanding of the overall papermachine operations from the impact of wood fibers on paper quality through the paper drying process.
- Understand how the mechanical components and operations of the papermachine affect the structure of products and quality.
- Describe the design and operating features of the papermachine that affect performance.
- Identify new ways to improve papermachine efficiency and paper product quality.
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You will also learn how to quickly troubleshoot operational problems to avoid costly downtime and improve product quality.
This course was developed by James W. Atkins and delivered by a faculty of experienced instructors, to provide participants who are involved with day-to-day paper machine operation the fundamental training on the design and operation of the paper machine and support systems.
Make your travel arrangements now for this spring event!