New Reference Book- Stainless Steels and Specialty Alloys for Pulp, Paper and Biomass Conversion
January 24, 2018 —
Toronto, ON, Canada - Nickel Institute is pleased to announce that it has published a fully revised second edition of Stainless Steels and Specialty Alloys for Pulp, Paper and Biomass Conversion, a popular and practical guide for mill and project engineers within the pulp, paper and biomass sector.
The revision team was headed by senior editor Dr. Andrew Garner together with 10 other materials specialists, with advice from a task force from the TAPPI Corrosion and Materials Engineering Committee.
In addition to covering technology changes for pulp and paper mills, the publication now includes new chapters on biomass conversion mills, risk-based inspection techniques and a comprehensive guide to the use of corrosion-resistant fasteners. Of special interest are details about newer duplex stainless steels - their applications and why they work.
This book is available for download as well as in the form of a printed edition: it is intended as an invaluable addition to a mill engineer’s bookshelf.
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