2016 TAPPI Tissue 201 – Operations and Runnability Course
The 2016 Course Schedule planned is outlined below. Schedule is subject to change.

DAY 1: Tuesday, April 19, 2016               7:45 am -5:30 p.m.            

Module I:  Stock Preparation and Wet-End Operations

 Welcome and Course Overview – Jeff Peters/Jim Bell

 Wet End Chemistry Impacts and Optimization

 Forming Fabric Options and Benefits 


Tissue Former/Headbox Operations and Optimization 

Case Study:  Module I


Module II:  Pressing and Doctoring Operation

Press Fabric Options and Benefits 

Clothing – Cleaning and Conditioning Best Practices 


Press Roll Operation and Optimization (SPR, BDR, etc.) 

Creping Best Practices

Yankee Coating Systems 

Case Study:  Module II

Q&A for Modules I and II

DAY 2: Wednesday, April 20, 2016               7:45 am -5:30 p.m.      

 Overview for Day 2 – Jeff Peters/Jim Bell

 Module III:  Drying and Dry-End Operation

Improving Dry End Performance


Yankee Hood Design, Operation and Optimization 


Tissue Calendering

Yankee Dryers - Safety, Steam, Condensate Systems 


Diagnostics & the Tissue Machine

Case Study:  Module III

Evaluation and Final Adjournment

CEU Credits

Sixteen (16) Professional Development Hours or 1.6 CEUs are awarded for completion of this course.
The Education Project Center of TAPPI has been reviewed and approved as an Authorized Provider by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET), 
7918 Jones Branch Drive, Suite 300, McLean, VA 22102
. TAPPI will award CEU credits to participants who attend at least 80 percent of the educational sessions and complete a final program evaluation.