Paperclips Blog

This blog is aimed at informing, inspiring and irritating everyone interested in paper performance and non-destructive sensing of paper properties.

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The Rise and Rise of Bio-Refineries

By | March 4th, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|

The Rise and Rise of Bio-Refineries It is very difficult to predict where technology will end up. Personally, I am firmly of the view that if you can imagine it, it is probably possible. Think [...]

Best Bits – 3 Things You Should Know About Starch Addition

By | November 17th, 2016|Categories: Best Bits, PSM-4|

Best Bits: How to Minimise Rejects This episode of best bits was inspired by the most recent APPITA Conference held in New Zealand. So many wonderful presentations, insights and people. [...]

Aurelia Industrial Designer Wins National “James Dyson” Award

By | September 15th, 2016|Categories: Aurelia Team|

Aurelia Industrial Designer Wins National "James Dyson" Award Aurelia's Chief Industrial Designer, Amy Killen, has taken out the competition in this years "James Dyson" Award with a design that can save lives all over the [...]

How to Use MD/CD Ratio to Cut Costs and Meet Quality Specifications

By | September 1st, 2016|Categories: PSM-4|

How to Use MD/CD Ratio to Cut Costs and Meet Quality Specifications Want to improve product performance by 3-5%? One of the most important control requirements on the paper machine is the [...]

Best Bits – How to Minimise Rejects

By | August 30th, 2016|Categories: Best Bits, Paper Quality|

Best Bits: How to Minimise Rejects This episode of best bits comes from a recent webinar highlighting how you can reduce rejects on the paper machine Your Presenter: [...]

Best Bits – How to Accelerate Machine Trials

By | August 3rd, 2016|Categories: Uncategorized|

Best Bits: How to Accelerate Machine Trials This episode of best bits comes from a recent webinar highlighting new and effective ways to cut cost on the paper machine. [...]

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