Paper Technics .... we're all you need to know about paper... technical and production training services, conferences and seminars for the paper, pulp and printing industry and the allied trades
Paper Technics: Phone: + 44 1524 262683 Mobile: 07804 243769
Rose Cottage, Low Street, Burton in Lonsdale, Carnforth UK LA6 3LF
NEW for 2014!
Fundamentals of Deinking course: 3-4th June, 2014: Presented by Martin Christmas
Project Management course: 20-21st May: Presented by Andy Wheeler
Process Control course: 6-7th May, 2014: Co-presented by Andy Wheeler/ Raj Gill
Environmental Issues in Papermaking course: May 13-14th: ICC, Bimingham: Presented by Dr. Martin Kay
National Skills Academy accredited course!
Orientation Course in Papermaking: Bolton: 13-14th May, 2014
Presented by Dr. Steve Mann
Paper Chemistry Course: May 15th, 2014: Presented by Dr. Steve Mann
Energy Optimisation: 2 days: Q2 2014
Paper Technics provides a comprehensive selection of top quality courses and events such as seminars and workshops, to the paper industry and all the industries associated with it. We also run an online bookshop, which has a selection of competitively priced books for paper industry personnel. Click on the Online Bookshop tab on the left to find out more. We also provide links to quality consultancy services which we are particularly proud to be associated with.
Paper Technics was formed in response to a pressing need in recent years for training courses within the sphere of papermaking. To meet this growing demand, a wide range of courses were designed, in order to provide an efficient way of meeting the demand at the introductory and intermediate level.
The overarching principle has been to make available trainers who are really knowledgeable and enthusiastic about their particular subjects and to make the range of courses wide enough to cover the most pertinent aspects of papermaking.
We are a UK based company, whose primary activity is to provide information about the subject of papermaking, for the benefit of paper companies and their associated suppliers. It's our belief that the provision of such high quality information is very beneficial
There's a great deal of information about the main activity, namely training services and it's worthwhile using the contact form, so that we can keep you informed about our activities on a regular basis, to give us feedback and to enable us to improve our services to you, by responding to your feedback.
To find out how our services may benefit your business, here's a list of the training courses we offer. These are hyperlinked, so that if you'd like to find out more, just click on the course title.
The training course schedule for 2013 is now available in calendar format.
Tissue Orientation Course: next course: Presenter: Paul Burden
Q4: De Vere Whites Hotel, Bolton
This course is an ideal introduction to the tissue making process. It is equally applicable to tissue production personnel, who want to find out more about the process and the optimum way to control the characteristics of the final tissue and general technical and sales personnel, who want to gain a deeper understanding and appreciation of this fascinating subject.
The course is given by a highly respected expert, Paul Burden, who apart from his career with top class producers of tissue, has an unrivalled depth of experience and passion for his subject. This enthusiasm is delivered in a clear way, which is easy to understand.
Course attendees will learn how to optimise the process for quality and production, how to control important practical variables, an appreciation of the complexities of Yankee coating chemistry and the coating system operation. In addition to this, they will also learn about fibre types and the influence this has on the final product as well as an excellent summary of creping and soft and bulky tissue technology.
Orientation Course in Papermaking: Bolton: 13-14th May, 2014
Presented by Dr Steve Mann
This National Skills Academy accredited course serves as a concise, information-packed two days, which provides the delegate with all the important information on the papermaking process, from the beginning to the end.
It's particularly relevant to papermill employees and suppliers who work in papermills and is suitable for any starting level, giving a broad-based overview of the main constituent processes. Technical and Sales personnel will also benfit greatly from the improved insight that this course will impart. Suppliers to the industry will benefit from the insight this course imparts to them and interaction with papermaking personnel.
Wet-end Chemistry: NSA accredited
Paper and Board Chemistry:15th May, 2014 (1 day introductory)
This course is available in a one day introductory fornat course. The aim of this course is to provide the trainee with a thorough understanding of the chemicals used in the modern papermaking process, their impact on the process and their interactions with each other.
Finishing Course: next course Q3: TBC
- De Vere Whites Hotel, Bolton: £500 for 2 day course: £250 for one day course
This course has been specifically designed to give a readily absorbable introduction and intermediate overview of the finishing operations in a modern paper mill. As such, it is very beneficial for finishing department operatives and managers and also for people in technical or sales roles who need to have an understanding of these processes. The course is also of great relevance to finishing machinery supplier personnel, who will gain an appreciation of the finer points of the operation of the equipment they are selling or servicing within the broader context of the paper mill operations.
The format of the course is one day of introductory material followed by one day of intermediate content. The courses may be taken together or individually.
The introductory course has sessions on winding, sheeting, packaging and warehousing and mathematical techniques for finishing are also discussed.
The intermediate course goes into more details on winding and sheeting and also introduces the additional subject of broke handling, paper treatment, including, calendering, embossing, coating and de-curling equipment operations and includes the subject of planning and people management related to the Finishing Department.
Process Control: October 29-30th 2013 (DeVere Whites hotel)
This course is primarily designed for process engineers and control technicians, who may be employed in the E&I departments of papermills.
The focus of the course is traditional process control methodology in a modern continuous production environment. The presenter, John Mack has had many years of experience in the process control environment and has given papers at worldwide process control conferences as well as being actively involved in process control projects with many papermills both in the UK and abroad.