We spoke a couple of weeks ago about the tragedy at DeRidder, Louisiana, where three workers were killed by apparently an over-pressure in an atmospheric tank caused by steam. We simplistically offered a solution consisting of opening the top of such tanks to never allow such pressure to build in the first place. Now comes a report of a mill person being burned by hot stock when he manually opened a steam valve in an open top stock tank. Apparently a steam bubble developed, rose to the top and…See More
Just a brief thank you to all of you who made the 7th Annual Light Green Machine Conference a success! North Carolina State University was a fantastic partner for this Conference. Thank you Jennifer Piercy, for your outstanding leadership.Read more hereSee More
There are some people we can rely on year in and year out to provide interesting presentations at the LGMI Conference. One of these is Dr. Anders Hjort of Valmet in Karlstand, Sweden. I have lost track of how many years he has made the trip to come to our conference and present breakthrough technologies in pulping. This year is no different.For more, click here!!!!!See More
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