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Corrosion and materials help for your pulp and paper mill.

With capital spending curtailed and cost-containment pressures at the mill level continuing, keeping essential process equipment reliable has never been more difficult--or more important. With these challenges in mind, you can find state-of-the-art help with corrosion and materials engineering problems that helps reduce mill maintenance costs.

Many helpful Technical Information Papers (TIPs) and TAPPI Press books already address a large number of costly corrosion and materials problems commonly facing maintenance and engineering personnel. The latest industry standard practices and technical information for typical mill process areas are shown in the box below.

These publications are available electronically and in hard copy. To find the TIPS, visit the TAPPI web site at www.tappi.org, click "Standards" at the top of the TAPPI Home Page. Scroll down about half way to the listing of general information documents. TIPS from the Corrosion and Materials Engineering (C&ME) Committee start with 0402. To read search suggestions for finding TIPs on the web, click the link on the left of the Standards page to the "How to Order" page.

Beginning in March 2004, TAPPI will offer a new service whereby companies may pay a single license fee for all employees to have access to all TIPs and TAPPI Test Methods. This new service will be an improvement over the CDs and books in that it will be web-based and continually updated. Find details at www.tappi.org/index.asp?pid=27493.

The technical information in these TIPs and books reflects continuous and purposeful work by members of the five sub-committees in the C&ME Committee of the Engineering Division to provide technical leadership in issues that can affect safety and reliability and always affect maintenance costs at pulp and paper mills. These documents can help mills save money by doing more of the right things and by doing them right.

With so few traditional technical resources still available in many companies, these publications are becoming even more valuable. In addition, if a corrosion or materials problems not covered by these publications is your greatest concern, the members of the C&ME Committee of TAPPI's Engineering Division are always looking for new areas in which to help the industry. Veranda Edmondson (vedmondson@tappi.org) can assist you in reaching the committee officers, or go directly to our committee page at www.tappi.org/index.asp?pid=15954.
Tip No. Pulp Mills & Bleach Plants

0402-03 Guidelines for Corrosion Resistant Weld
 Overlay in Digester Vessels.

0402-04 Clad-steel Plate Use.

0402-22 Guidelines for Batch Digester
 Inspections. (currently Withdrawn)

0402-23 Welding of Duplex Stainless Steels.

0402-24 Guide to the Use of Stainless Steel
 Pipe Specifications.

0402-25 Guidelines for Procurement of Cast
 Stainless Steels for Large Pumps and
 Valves.

0402-26 Guidelines for Welding and Inspection
 of Stainless Alloy Piping.

0402-27 Guidelines for Inspecting Continuous
 Digesters and Impregnation Vessels.

0402-28 Guidelines for Inspecting Used FRP
 Equipment.

0402-20 GTAW Root Pass Welding of 6% Molydenum
 Austenitic Stainless Steel Pipe--Open
 Root Joint with Hand-fed Filler.

0402-29 Qualification of Welding Procedures for
 Duplex Stainless Steels.

0402-32 Guidelines for Applying Thermal Spray
 Coatings to Protect Pulp Mill Process
 Equipment Against Corrosion.

Recovery Boiler & Power Boiler Areas

0402-30 Inspection for Cracking of Composite
 Tubes in Black Liquor Recovery Boilers.

0402-31 Guidelines for Evaluating the Quality
 of Boiler Tube Butt Welds with
 Ultrasonic testing.

0402-33 Guideline for Obtaining High-Quality
 Radiographic Testing (RT) of Butt Welds
 in Boiler Tubes.

0402-15 Installation and Repair of Pin Studs in
 Black Liquor Recovery Boilers.

0402-18 Ultrasonic Testing (UT) for Tube
 Thickness Measurement in Black Liquor
 Recovery Boilers:

 Part I --Guidelines for Accurate Tube
 Thickness Testing.

 Part II --Default Layouts for Tube Thickness
 Surveys in Various Boiler Zones.

0402-21 Ultrasonic Technician Performance Test
 for Boiler Tube Inspection.

Paper Machine Areas

0402-11 Liquid Penetrant Testing of New Suction
 Roll Shells.

0402-16 Guidelines for Inspection and
 Non-destructive Examination of Paper
 Machine Dryers.

0402-17 Weld Repairs on New Suction Roll
 Shells.

0402-19 Guidelines for nondestructive
 examination of suction roll shells

Infrastructure and Structural Steel

Book-TP Maintenance Painting of Steel
300 Structures in Pulp and Paper Mills: A
 Program Approach for Maximum Cost
 Effectiveness.

Book-TP Concrete Handbook: Practical Guide for
101R289 Protecting and Improving the Durability
 of Concrete in Pulp and Paper Mills.
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