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Best Practices for Building Ventilation Improvements and Efficiency Webinar is Nov 19

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TAPPI’s newest free webinar, Best Practices for Building Ventilation Improvements and Efficiency, is being held on November 19 at 1:00 p.m. EST.

In this webinar, you will learn about:

  • The importance of having properly designed and operated building ventilation equipment
  • Building Ventilation 101: best practices, design and engineering considerations to reduce condensation, ways to reduce uncontrolled air flow and provide a safe and comfortable working environment for mill staff.
  • Case studies for greenfield and rebuild projects

These best practices are important because a significant amount of water vapor is generated by the forming section at the Wet End of all paper machines. This vapor must be effectively captured by the building's heating and ventilation system in order to prevent condensation phenomena inside the building and ensure proper working conditions. As water vapor pressure increases exponentially with increasing water temperature, the amount of water vapor present at the Wet End of linerboard machines tends to be greater, thus increasing the requirements of the building ventilation system.

The webinar will be taught by Lawrence Yane, Sales Manager for Enerquin Air. Yane has spent his entire professional career in Technical Sales and Product Development and works closely with clients on paper and tissue air systems issues, focusing on drying efficiency and optimization which are key factors for maximum production and profitability.

Attendance is free, but registration is required. Reserve your space today.

This webinar is being presented by TAPPI’s Papermaking Technology and Operations Committee (PTOC) and PAPTAC’s Papermaking Technology Committee.


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