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Corrugator Roll Wear Measurement.

Corrugator Roll Wear Measurement

Edited by Al Down

This is a revision of the 1983 TAPPI PRESS report of the same title. This edition lists and describes six methods of measuring corrugator roll wear. These methods include pressure profiles (NCR strips), staining (copper sulfate), micrometer/depth dial gauge, roll impressions, noncontact measurement, and IPC/McMahon abrasiveness. In addition to the descriptions, the report includes a listing of advantages and disadvantages for each method. The ten chapters contain many photographs illustrating the various types of roll wear. Causes and suggested remedies are also provided. Prepared by the Corrugated Packaging Division's Process Control and Quality Assurance Committee. 1996. 27 pages, soft cover.

Item Number: 0101R261 * ISBN: 898523311

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Publication:Solutions - for People, Processes and Paper
Date:Jan 1, 2005
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