ATLANTA, GA, Jan. 30, 2016 (Press Release) -Registration is underway for theTAPPI Tissue 201: Operations and Runnability Course. The course will be held April 19-20 atMiron Construction in Neenah, WI.
“As one of TAPPI’s highest rated courses, this is an ideal learning opportunity for tissue professionals to gain advanced knowledge from experts in all aspects of the tissue making process,” said Scott Springmier, TAPPI business development manager. “Attendees are sure to receive some of the most valuable information available in the industry.”
This intermediate-level course will explain the most important industry-accepted best practices. In addition to techniques that will assist in improving tissue machine efficiency, increasing production and enhancing product softness and bulk, attendees will learn:
The causes of machine runnability and sheet quality problems due to furnish, wet-end chemistry, stock approach and headbox set-up.
The principles for effective cleaning and conditioning of forming and press fabrics.
The causes of machine runnability and sheet quality problems occurring specifically in the press and dryer sections.
Yankee dryer operation, including risks and challenges posed by steam systems, hood and especially creping
Problems and opportunities in the calender and reel of the tissue machine.
This course is ideal for Engineers, Machine Supervisors, Operators, Suppliers and other technical employees with five or more years of experience.
Attendees will receive 16 Professional Development Hours or 1.6 CEUs upon completion of the course.
Registerby March 22 for discounted rates.
TAPPI is the leading association for the worldwide pulp, paper, packaging, tissue and converting industries and publisher of Paper360°, Tissue360° and TAPPI Journal. Through information exchange, events, trusted content and networking opportunities, TAPPI helps members elevate their performance by providing solutions that lead to better, faster and more cost-effective ways of doing business. It has provided management training and networking to the industry’s leaders for almost 100 years.