Making Pulp and Paper Series (All 15)

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The Making Pulp and Making Paper CD series is a set of 15 CDs providing more than 10 hours of self-paced, interactive instruction covering the entire pulping and papermaking process. Through this highly interactive series, participants learn pulping and papermaking terms, concepts, and processes.

Benefits for Everyone
The series is designed for anyone who would benefit from a working knowledge of the pulping and papermaking process, including:

  • Identify common grades of paper and paperboard
  • Describe the sources of fiber that are used to make paper
  • Describe how wood is turned into pulp by chemical and mechanical processes
  • Identify the main pieces of equipment in the pulping and chemical recovery process
  • Describe the processes that take pulp and turn it into paper and paperboard
  • Identify the main pieces of equipment in the papermaking process
  • Describe how the paper industry minimizes the effects of its processes on the environment

Course Developers
Produced and developed by Jim Atkins, Atkins, Inc. and Facets Productions; edited by industry experts:
Brad Cort, Andritz
Bill Fuller, FRM Consulting
Marty Hubbe, NC State University
Jon Kerr, Andritz
Jim Luce, Paper Performance
Martin McLeod, PAPRICAN
David Peakes, Consultant
Tom Rodencal, Domtar
Chuck Klass, Klass Assoicates


Member: $979 List: $1,545
Author: Atkins, J.W.