This digital publication was launched in late 2015. It is published biannually, and is designed as a complementary journal to Paper Technology International. Being digital removes many of the constraints imposed by traditional printed paper publications. In particular this allows for inclusion of longer, more in-depth feature articles; more expansive coverage of Products and Services; and the ability to include unusual topics outside the general remit of Paper Technology International.

Each issue is emailed to those people (members or non-members) who have provided email contact details to the PITA Office (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). From this email, the reader can be selective and dip into only those parts of interest: each article or column is available as a small, separate PDF, which can be easily downloaded for printing, filing or reading on a handheld device. Alternatively, for those interested in the entire publication, a larger composite PDF is available for download.

The link below will take those interested to an archive containing downloadable PDF files of the entirety of each issue of Papermaking!.

PAPERmaking! Archive

Current issue:

PAPERmaking Vol.5 No.2 2019

Individual articles from PAPERmaking! Vol.5 No.2 2019:

Article 1 - Pulp Fractionation (effect on paper properties)

Article 2 - Fillers (characterising limestone for papermaking use)

Article 3 - RCF & Nanocellulose (making Nanocellulose from recycled fibres)

Article 4 - Composing of Paper Packaging Containers

Article 5 - Flow Cytometry for analysing Cellulose Nanocrystals

Article 6 - Bio-Polymer Barrier Coating Materials - a review

Article 7 - Carton Creasing (testing the crease performance)

Article 8 - Wood Panel (Machining parameters for controllign MDF roughness)

Article 9 - COD Analysis (QCL introduces a new PeCOD instrument and case study)

Article 10 - Pumps (case study for reducing energy use)

Article 11 - Steam Boiler Safety (DG01 Guidance document)

Article 12 - Summarising Skills (how to summarise written text)

Article 13 - Rapid Reading (Skim and Scan Reading methods)

Article 14 - Note Taking (two model methods for taking notes)

Article 15 - Leadership (the SBI-I Feedback method)

Article 16 - Driving (various tips to improve driving in the UK)

Article 17 - Wellbeing & Nutrition (reducing sugar intake)

Article 18 - Wellbeing & Stress (understanding stress management)

Article 19 - Wellbeing & Mowvember (why November is important for Men's health)

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