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Alternative Mechanical Pulp Uses Discussed at IMPC 2016

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With an every-changing global landscape, the mechanical pulping industry must remain vigilant with its goal to develop new and improved mechanical pulping methods, better mill optimization, and new energy reduction options in order to stay competitive. Industry professionals and experts recognize that sharing information, discussing critical issues, and exploring new technologies will help them achieve their goals.

On September 26-28, industry leaders will meet in Jacksonville, Fla., USA, for the International Mechanical Pulping Conference (IMPC) to discuss several emerging and breakthrough technologies. Experts will share their latest discoveries with a focus on global production, new applications, energy efficiency, and product quality.
 
 

Discover New Innovations and Make Global Connections at IMPC 2016

Comprehensive technical program has more than 33 peer-reviewed presentations such as:
 
"TEMPO oxidized TMP used as a paper reinforcement"
"Proper pulp sampling prerequisite to any pulp property assessment"
"Fractionation and LC refining for high bulk low energy mechanical pulp"
"Operating experience with the new ATMP process in a newsprint mill"
"Peroxide bleaching study of softwood TMP with Mg-based alkali produced 
from natural Brucite, Bleach Mag"

Session Topics include: 
  • Alternative Mechanical Pulp Uses
  • Optimization
  • Bleaching
  • Pretreatments
  • HL/LC Refining
  • Process
  • Industry Initiative for energy reduction
  • Process
  • Mill Optimization
  • Evaluation Tools.
Special Events and Networking Opportunities to build new business relationships such as: 
  • Conference dinner
  •  Poster reception
  • Keynote Presentation: Paul G. Boynton, Chairman, President, CEO of Rayonier Advanced Materials, Inc. Exhibits
  • Lunches and breaks
  • Exhibits
  • Welcome reception
  • Awards dinner.
IMPC is held every two years and alternates locations between countries in Europe and the U.S. It is in the U.S. only once every eight years. Don’t miss your opportunity to be part of this global event!


IMPC is co-located with TAPPI’s PEERS Conference and TAPPI’s International Bioenergy and Bioproducts Conference (IBBC).
 

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