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The Corrugated Containers Manufacturing Process.

The Corrugated Containers Manufacturing Process

Edited by Fred Kling

Authors: Jody A. Brittain, Stephen R. Perkins, and Philip G. Schnell

This comprehensive textbook describes the entire process of manufacturing corrugated containers. In addition to detailed explanations, the book also features practical troubleshooting tips, and a discussion of common problems and solutions within each major section. It covers paper and the papermaking process, steam, corrugating adhesives, singleface operations, double-backer process, combined board, and converting. This textbook is designed to provide in-depth explanations and information for professionals working in all areas of the corrugated containers industry. 2000. 160 pages, soft cover.

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Item Number: 0101R281 * ISBN: 898523605

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Title Annotation:CORRUGATED PACKAGING
Publication:Solutions - for People, Processes and Paper
Date:Jan 1, 2005
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