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368 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
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TS1090 .M55 2014 Unknown
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lxxxvi, 340 p. : ill., maps ; 27 cm.
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TS1088 .B46 2013 In-library use
Book
1 online resource (2 v. (992 p.)) : ill.
dx.doi.org Wiley Online Library
Book
xvi, 430 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
  • Common bond
  • Goddess by the stream
  • Road trip
  • Rags to riches
  • The sound of money
  • One and done
  • Fiery consequences
  • Papers, please
  • Hard copy
  • Metamorphosis
  • Face value
  • On paper
  • Things unknown
  • The drawing board
  • Sleight of hand
  • In the mold
  • At the crossroads
  • Elegy in fragments.
A consideration of all things paper--the invention that revolutionized human civilization; its thousand-fold uses (and misuses); its sweeping influence on society; its makers, shapers, collectors, and pulpers--by the admired cultural historian.
  • Common bond
  • Goddess by the stream
  • Road trip
  • Rags to riches
  • The sound of money
  • One and done
  • Fiery consequences
  • Papers, please
  • Hard copy
  • Metamorphosis
  • Face value
  • On paper
  • Things unknown
  • The drawing board
  • Sleight of hand
  • In the mold
  • At the crossroads
  • Elegy in fragments.
A consideration of all things paper--the invention that revolutionized human civilization; its thousand-fold uses (and misuses); its sweeping influence on society; its makers, shapers, collectors, and pulpers--by the admired cultural historian.
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Z247 .B34 2013 Unknown
Book
ii, 132 pages : illustrations (some color), maps ; 26 cm.
  • Research on the conservation of paper and books and new techniques for evaluating paper deterioration / Naoko Sonoda
  • Evaluation of acidic paper deterioration in library materials by pyroylsis-gas chromatography / Hajime Ohtani
  • A new method for the assessment of deteriorated paper documents / Takayuki Okayama
  • Conserving beewswax-treated volumes of the Annals of Joseon Dynasty: an overview of sthe studies by the National Research Institute of Cultural Heritage of Korea / Jeong Hye-young
  • A paper fragment from the Gol Mod Necropolis, Mongolia (a late first century BC archaeological excavation) / Guilhem Andre and Véronique Rouchon
  • Khartasia: a database for Asian papers / Claude Laroque
  • Database of traditional papermaking centers in East Asian regions / Masazumi Seki
  • Traditional handmade hanji and the identification of fibrous raw materials in ancient Korean hanji books / Kim Hyoung-Jin and Choi Tae-Ho.
  • Research on the conservation of paper and books and new techniques for evaluating paper deterioration / Naoko Sonoda
  • Evaluation of acidic paper deterioration in library materials by pyroylsis-gas chromatography / Hajime Ohtani
  • A new method for the assessment of deteriorated paper documents / Takayuki Okayama
  • Conserving beewswax-treated volumes of the Annals of Joseon Dynasty: an overview of sthe studies by the National Research Institute of Cultural Heritage of Korea / Jeong Hye-young
  • A paper fragment from the Gol Mod Necropolis, Mongolia (a late first century BC archaeological excavation) / Guilhem Andre and Véronique Rouchon
  • Khartasia: a database for Asian papers / Claude Laroque
  • Database of traditional papermaking centers in East Asian regions / Masazumi Seki
  • Traditional handmade hanji and the identification of fibrous raw materials in ancient Korean hanji books / Kim Hyoung-Jin and Choi Tae-Ho.
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TS1109 .R43 2013 Unavailable At bindery
Book
315 p. : ill. (chiefly col.), col. map ; 24 cm
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TS1095 .K8 Y5413 2012 Available

7. Paper : an elegy [2012]

Book
xxiv, 230 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
  • Respecting paper : an introduction
  • A miracle of inscrutable intricacy
  • In the wood
  • Walking papers
  • Victims fo the bibliomania!
  • Ornamenting the façade of hell
  • The soul of advertisement
  • Constructive thinking
  • The secret is the paper
  • The squiggle game
  • A wonderful mental and physical therapy
  • Legitimationspapiere
  • Five leaves left.
  • Respecting paper : an introduction
  • A miracle of inscrutable intricacy
  • In the wood
  • Walking papers
  • Victims fo the bibliomania!
  • Ornamenting the façade of hell
  • The soul of advertisement
  • Constructive thinking
  • The secret is the paper
  • The squiggle game
  • A wonderful mental and physical therapy
  • Legitimationspapiere
  • Five leaves left.
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TS1090 .S26 2012 Unknown
Book
92 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm.
Special Collections
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Gunst Collection (non-circulating)
Z239 .B5 M32 2011 In-library use
Book
vii, 365 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • Preface. 1 Introduction. 1.1 Superior Operating Procedures. 1.2 Process Modifications. 1.3 Process Redesign. 1.4 Recycling. References. 2 Overview of Pulp and Papermaking Processes. 2.1 Raw Material Preparation and Handling. 2.2 Pulp Manufacturing. 2.3 Pulp Washing and Screening. 2.4 Pulp Bleaching. 2.5 Stock Preparation. 2.6 Papermaking. 2.7 Chemical Recovery. References. 3 Environmental Issues of the Pulp and Paper Industry. 3.1 Effluent Toxicity. 3.2 Air Emissions. References. 4 Emissions from Pulp and Papermaking. 4.1 Kraft Pulping. 4.2 Sulfite Pulping. 4.3 Mechanical Pulping. 4.4 Recycled Fiber Processing. 4.5 Papermaking. References. 5 Cleaner Production Measures in Pulp and Paper Making. 5.1 Kraft Pulping. 5.2 Sulfite Pulping. 5.3 Mechanical and Chemimechanical Pulping. 5.4 Recycled Paper Processing. 5.5 Papermaking. References. 6 Recent Developments in Cleaner Production. 6.1 Use of Cooking Catalyst. 6.2 Organo Solvent Pulping. 6.3 Black Liquor Gasification. 6.4 Removal of Chelating Agents. 6.5 Energy-Efficient Thermomechanical Pulping Processes. 6.6 Recovery of Boiler Ash and Carbon Dioxide Gas to Produce Recycled Mineral Fillers. 6.7 Impulse Technology for Dewatering of Paper. 6.8 Condebelt Process. 6.9 Internal Heat Pumps. 6.10 Total Site Integration Tools. 6.11 Wastewater Treatment for Water Recovery and Reuse. 6.12 Biotechnologies for Cleaner Paper Production. References. Glossary and Abbreviations. Subject Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
This important reference for professionals in the pulp and paper industry details how to improve manufacturing processes that not only cut down on the emission of pollutants but also increase productivity and decrease costs. Cleaner production measures in the pulp and paper industry, including pulping processes (Kraft, Sulphite and Mechanical), bleaching, recovery, papermaking, and emission treatment, are examined in depth. Covering every aspect of pulping and papermaking that are essential to the subject of reducing pollution, this is a must-have for paper and bioprocess engineers, environmental engineers, and corporations in the forest products.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Preface. 1 Introduction. 1.1 Superior Operating Procedures. 1.2 Process Modifications. 1.3 Process Redesign. 1.4 Recycling. References. 2 Overview of Pulp and Papermaking Processes. 2.1 Raw Material Preparation and Handling. 2.2 Pulp Manufacturing. 2.3 Pulp Washing and Screening. 2.4 Pulp Bleaching. 2.5 Stock Preparation. 2.6 Papermaking. 2.7 Chemical Recovery. References. 3 Environmental Issues of the Pulp and Paper Industry. 3.1 Effluent Toxicity. 3.2 Air Emissions. References. 4 Emissions from Pulp and Papermaking. 4.1 Kraft Pulping. 4.2 Sulfite Pulping. 4.3 Mechanical Pulping. 4.4 Recycled Fiber Processing. 4.5 Papermaking. References. 5 Cleaner Production Measures in Pulp and Paper Making. 5.1 Kraft Pulping. 5.2 Sulfite Pulping. 5.3 Mechanical and Chemimechanical Pulping. 5.4 Recycled Paper Processing. 5.5 Papermaking. References. 6 Recent Developments in Cleaner Production. 6.1 Use of Cooking Catalyst. 6.2 Organo Solvent Pulping. 6.3 Black Liquor Gasification. 6.4 Removal of Chelating Agents. 6.5 Energy-Efficient Thermomechanical Pulping Processes. 6.6 Recovery of Boiler Ash and Carbon Dioxide Gas to Produce Recycled Mineral Fillers. 6.7 Impulse Technology for Dewatering of Paper. 6.8 Condebelt Process. 6.9 Internal Heat Pumps. 6.10 Total Site Integration Tools. 6.11 Wastewater Treatment for Water Recovery and Reuse. 6.12 Biotechnologies for Cleaner Paper Production. References. Glossary and Abbreviations. Subject Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
This important reference for professionals in the pulp and paper industry details how to improve manufacturing processes that not only cut down on the emission of pollutants but also increase productivity and decrease costs. Cleaner production measures in the pulp and paper industry, including pulping processes (Kraft, Sulphite and Mechanical), bleaching, recovery, papermaking, and emission treatment, are examined in depth. Covering every aspect of pulping and papermaking that are essential to the subject of reducing pollution, this is a must-have for paper and bioprocess engineers, environmental engineers, and corporations in the forest products.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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TS1109 .B24 2010 Unknown
Book
xiv, 389 p., [24] p. of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm.
Art & Architecture Library
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TS1095 .U6 B35 2010 Unknown
Book
1 v.
  • Improving Productivity and Quality by Controlling Organic, Inorganic and Microbiological Deposits.- Retention and Drainage.- Foam and Entrained Air Management: A Practical Perspective.- Sizing in Acid, Neutral and Alkaline Conditions.- Fillers.- The Improvement of Dry Strength by Synthetic Polymers.- Wet-Strengthening of Paper in Neutral pH Papermaking Conditions.- Starch in the Wet-End.- Paper Colouration.- Online Monitoring and Control in the Wet-End.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
"Applications of Wet-end Paper Chemistry" bridges the gap between the theory and practice of wet-end paper chemistry by explaining how particular chemicals are chosen and put to use in real situations. A number of international experts in the field present recent contributions on the optimum use of chemicals in papermaking. Major inroads have taken place since the first edition of this title was published in 1995. This new edition of "Applications of Wet-end Paper Chemistry" will reflect the changing type and use of chemicals used in papermaking in the 21st century. Chemists and chemical engineers across the paper and pulp making industry, as well as in research and academic institutes will find this book of enormous practical value.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Improving Productivity and Quality by Controlling Organic, Inorganic and Microbiological Deposits.- Retention and Drainage.- Foam and Entrained Air Management: A Practical Perspective.- Sizing in Acid, Neutral and Alkaline Conditions.- Fillers.- The Improvement of Dry Strength by Synthetic Polymers.- Wet-Strengthening of Paper in Neutral pH Papermaking Conditions.- Starch in the Wet-End.- Paper Colouration.- Online Monitoring and Control in the Wet-End.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
"Applications of Wet-end Paper Chemistry" bridges the gap between the theory and practice of wet-end paper chemistry by explaining how particular chemicals are chosen and put to use in real situations. A number of international experts in the field present recent contributions on the optimum use of chemicals in papermaking. Major inroads have taken place since the first edition of this title was published in 1995. This new edition of "Applications of Wet-end Paper Chemistry" will reflect the changing type and use of chemicals used in papermaking in the 21st century. Chemists and chemical engineers across the paper and pulp making industry, as well as in research and academic institutes will find this book of enormous practical value.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
Book
531 p. : ill. ; 32 cm.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
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TS1093 .I8 I47 2007 F Available

13. Wood and paper [2007]

Book
28 p. : col. ill. ; 45 cm.
Education Library (Cubberley)
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Curriculum Collection
TS835 .W66 2007 F Unknown
Book
xix, 505 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 25 cm.
  • 1. Introduction (H. Holik). 2. Raw Materials for Paper and Board Manufacture (J. Blechshmidt). 3. Chemical Additives (W. Auhorn). 4. Stock Preparation (H. Holik). 5. Water Circuits (A. Stetter). 6. Paper and Board Manufacturing (H. Holik). 7. Coating of Paper and Board (W. Kogler &amp-- W. Auhorn). 8. Finishing (H. Holik). 9. Control Systems for Paper Machines (R. Munch). 10. Environmental Aspects (U. Hamm). 11. Paper and Board Grades and Their Properties (O. Tillmann). 12. Testing of Paper and Board (O. Tillmann). 13. Book and Paper Preservation (M. Anders). Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
This first comprehensive handbook on the subject describes all the manufacturing processes used in industry for various types of papers, including: writing and printing paper - tissue paper - packaging paper - board and cardboard - as well as their quality characteristics, wastepaper treatment, and economical aspects. Of great interest to all engineers and chemists in the paper industry and related areas.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • 1. Introduction (H. Holik). 2. Raw Materials for Paper and Board Manufacture (J. Blechshmidt). 3. Chemical Additives (W. Auhorn). 4. Stock Preparation (H. Holik). 5. Water Circuits (A. Stetter). 6. Paper and Board Manufacturing (H. Holik). 7. Coating of Paper and Board (W. Kogler &amp-- W. Auhorn). 8. Finishing (H. Holik). 9. Control Systems for Paper Machines (R. Munch). 10. Environmental Aspects (U. Hamm). 11. Paper and Board Grades and Their Properties (O. Tillmann). 12. Testing of Paper and Board (O. Tillmann). 13. Book and Paper Preservation (M. Anders). Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
This first comprehensive handbook on the subject describes all the manufacturing processes used in industry for various types of papers, including: writing and printing paper - tissue paper - packaging paper - board and cardboard - as well as their quality characteristics, wastepaper treatment, and economical aspects. Of great interest to all engineers and chemists in the paper industry and related areas.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
dx.doi.org Wiley Online Library
Book
x, 164 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 25 cm.
  • Sandby, Whatman, and watercolor: an introduction / Scott Wilcox
  • A prospect for the nation / Stephen Daniels
  • Papermaking and the Whatmans / Theresa Fairbanks Harris, Michael Fuller, and Maureen Green
  • Paul Sandby's creation of the watercolor of A View of Vinters at Boxley, Kent, with Mr. Whatman's Turkey Paper Mills / Theresa Fairbanks Harris
  • A synoptic view of papers marked "Whatman" in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century England / Theresa Fairbanks Harris, Michael Fuller, and Maureen Green
  • The evolution of Whatman papers / Michael Fuller.
At the Royal Academy exhibition of 1794, Paul Sandby (1725-1809) exhibited his newly painted "A View of Vinters at Boxley, Kent, with Mr Whatman's Turkey Paper Mills". Sandby, one of the founding members of the Royal Academy and one of the preeminent British landscape painters of the day, included the celebrated Whatman papermaking mill at the centre of this landscape composition. James Whatman I and his son, James Whatman II, were the most famous English papermakers of the eighteenth century, and by 1760, Turkey Mill was the largest paper mill in the country. This handsome and engaging book looks at how the "View of Vinters and Turkey Mill" is both a superb example of Sandby's art and an important document of the rise of industry in the British countryside and of the intertwined developments of papermaking and the art of painting in watercolour. It also features other watercolours by Sandby and materials relating to the processes of papermaking and to the Whatman family and its mill.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Sandby, Whatman, and watercolor: an introduction / Scott Wilcox
  • A prospect for the nation / Stephen Daniels
  • Papermaking and the Whatmans / Theresa Fairbanks Harris, Michael Fuller, and Maureen Green
  • Paul Sandby's creation of the watercolor of A View of Vinters at Boxley, Kent, with Mr. Whatman's Turkey Paper Mills / Theresa Fairbanks Harris
  • A synoptic view of papers marked "Whatman" in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century England / Theresa Fairbanks Harris, Michael Fuller, and Maureen Green
  • The evolution of Whatman papers / Michael Fuller.
At the Royal Academy exhibition of 1794, Paul Sandby (1725-1809) exhibited his newly painted "A View of Vinters at Boxley, Kent, with Mr Whatman's Turkey Paper Mills". Sandby, one of the founding members of the Royal Academy and one of the preeminent British landscape painters of the day, included the celebrated Whatman papermaking mill at the centre of this landscape composition. James Whatman I and his son, James Whatman II, were the most famous English papermakers of the eighteenth century, and by 1760, Turkey Mill was the largest paper mill in the country. This handsome and engaging book looks at how the "View of Vinters and Turkey Mill" is both a superb example of Sandby's art and an important document of the rise of industry in the British countryside and of the intertwined developments of papermaking and the art of painting in watercolour. It also features other watercolours by Sandby and materials relating to the processes of papermaking and to the Whatman family and its mill.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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ND1942 .S26 A77 2006 Unknown
Book
40 p. : ill., samples ; 28 x 35 cm.
Special Collections
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Book
173, [1] p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 28 cm.
Featuring step-by-step instructions and simple techniques, this book mines an array of common and exotic vegetables, trees and plants to reveal their utility in creating fine paper for a range of artistic uses.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
Featuring step-by-step instructions and simple techniques, this book mines an array of common and exotic vegetables, trees and plants to reveal their utility in creating fine paper for a range of artistic uses.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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TS1105 .L6713 2004 Unknown
Book
423 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
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TS1090 .I58 2002 Unknown
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56 p. : col. ill. ; 29 cm.
Special Collections
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Z239 .B5 V66 2002 F In-library use
Book
179 p. : ill.
  • WEB STABILITY Imaginary Resistive Tension Member Concepts Alignment Requirements Structure & Stresses Affect Film Web Behavior Tension Limitations Tensions Limitations with Temperature TENSION ISOLATION NIP Roller Tension Isolators Three-Roller NIP Systems "S" Wrapped Driven Rollers Vacuum Rollers Vacuum Belts WEB TENSION MEASURING AND CONTROL DEVICES Web Tension Sensing Dancer-Roller Systems Load- Cell Rollers Mass-Free Dancer Sensing WEB SPREADING Increased Diameter under Web Edges Concave Rollers Bowed Spreader Rollers Air-Bearing Spreading Angled Opposed-Edge NIPS Flexible-Leaf Spreading Rollers WEB GUIDING/STEERING Lateral Shifting of the Unwind and Windup Stands Pivoting Steering/Guide Rollers STATIC MANAGEMENT Charge Buildup Theory Static Removal from Webs SLITTING TECHNOLOGY Razor Blade Slitting Overspeed Settings Other Slitting Techniques Trim Disposal Trim Chopping and Shredding Automatic Trim and Bleed Trim Thread Up Pneumatic Trim Disposal System WINDING TECHNOLOGY Affects of Gage/Caliper Variation Gage Band Randomization Cores and Mandrels Rigidity and Vibration Lay-On Roller Issues Lay-On Roll Parameters Winding Tension/Profiles by Products and Processes Clear Film Issues Winding with Edge Knurls Laminated Web Issues Web Spreading During Winding Issues with Coated Low Strength Films Web Strength Issues Speed Issues TROUBLESHOOTING WEB HANDLING PROBLEMS Wrinkle Problems Web Steering Problems Pucker Problems on Laminated Webs Scratch Problems Curl Problems Web Flatness Problems Tin Canning/MD Wrinkles An MD Wrinkle Theory TD Wrinkles Slip Pimples Snail Trails and Other Defects Static Management GLOSSARY OF TERMS APPENDIX.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Written to assist anyone who works with webs directly or indirectly, The Plastic Film and Foil Web Handling Guide is a handbook for diagnosing and correcting problems with web handling technology. Covering web handling fundamentals, process-related technologies, troubleshooting, and solutions, it includes sufficient technical information to identify and correct defects in rolls (of film or foil). Readers will appreciate this unbiased look at web handling that also serves as a counterpoint to information from equipment suppliers. The text presents guidelines on: Roller alignment in machines Tensioning of webs Use of web spreading and guiding devices Use of razor slitters Shear knife slitters Edge trim removal Trim disposal Management of electrostatic charges on webs Waste storage equipment Winding technology is presented that addresses gage variation issues, cores and mandrels, vibration, speed issues, web thickness issues, web strength issues, coated web issues, laminated web issues, clear film issues, winding tension profile issues, and lay-on roller issues. A guide for troubleshooting web-handling problems and a glossary of terms for quick reference is also provided.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • WEB STABILITY Imaginary Resistive Tension Member Concepts Alignment Requirements Structure & Stresses Affect Film Web Behavior Tension Limitations Tensions Limitations with Temperature TENSION ISOLATION NIP Roller Tension Isolators Three-Roller NIP Systems "S" Wrapped Driven Rollers Vacuum Rollers Vacuum Belts WEB TENSION MEASURING AND CONTROL DEVICES Web Tension Sensing Dancer-Roller Systems Load- Cell Rollers Mass-Free Dancer Sensing WEB SPREADING Increased Diameter under Web Edges Concave Rollers Bowed Spreader Rollers Air-Bearing Spreading Angled Opposed-Edge NIPS Flexible-Leaf Spreading Rollers WEB GUIDING/STEERING Lateral Shifting of the Unwind and Windup Stands Pivoting Steering/Guide Rollers STATIC MANAGEMENT Charge Buildup Theory Static Removal from Webs SLITTING TECHNOLOGY Razor Blade Slitting Overspeed Settings Other Slitting Techniques Trim Disposal Trim Chopping and Shredding Automatic Trim and Bleed Trim Thread Up Pneumatic Trim Disposal System WINDING TECHNOLOGY Affects of Gage/Caliper Variation Gage Band Randomization Cores and Mandrels Rigidity and Vibration Lay-On Roller Issues Lay-On Roll Parameters Winding Tension/Profiles by Products and Processes Clear Film Issues Winding with Edge Knurls Laminated Web Issues Web Spreading During Winding Issues with Coated Low Strength Films Web Strength Issues Speed Issues TROUBLESHOOTING WEB HANDLING PROBLEMS Wrinkle Problems Web Steering Problems Pucker Problems on Laminated Webs Scratch Problems Curl Problems Web Flatness Problems Tin Canning/MD Wrinkles An MD Wrinkle Theory TD Wrinkles Slip Pimples Snail Trails and Other Defects Static Management GLOSSARY OF TERMS APPENDIX.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Written to assist anyone who works with webs directly or indirectly, The Plastic Film and Foil Web Handling Guide is a handbook for diagnosing and correcting problems with web handling technology. Covering web handling fundamentals, process-related technologies, troubleshooting, and solutions, it includes sufficient technical information to identify and correct defects in rolls (of film or foil). Readers will appreciate this unbiased look at web handling that also serves as a counterpoint to information from equipment suppliers. The text presents guidelines on: Roller alignment in machines Tensioning of webs Use of web spreading and guiding devices Use of razor slitters Shear knife slitters Edge trim removal Trim disposal Management of electrostatic charges on webs Waste storage equipment Winding technology is presented that addresses gage variation issues, cores and mandrels, vibration, speed issues, web thickness issues, web strength issues, coated web issues, laminated web issues, clear film issues, winding tension profile issues, and lay-on roller issues. A guide for troubleshooting web-handling problems and a glossary of terms for quick reference is also provided.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)

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