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PaperWeek 2021 Conference

February 3, 2021
From February 8 to February 11, Laurentide Controls will be part of the Paperweek 2021, by presenting study cases and animating a roundtable.
The first two sessions will cover best practices with a variety of timely presentations and mill case studies, and a 3rd session, in French, will allow attendees and mill personnel to share best practices as part of a roundtable format.
 

SESSION 1, Monday February 8, 14:30 ET
Pulp and Paper Reliability Best Practices Case Studies* 

“Online Monitoring of Pulp & Paper Mill Equipment Health and Performance”, Mattieu Berlinguette, Laurentide Controls, & Charles Scott, Irving Tissue

“Implementation of precision maintenance in paper mills - train your new generation of maintenance technician today”, Mattieu Berlinguette, Laurentide Controls

“Mill Reliability Case Study”, Elsa Cantu, John Crane
* English presentation 


SESSION 2, Tuesday February 9, 14:00 ET
Asset Management Best Practices in the Paper Industry*

“Use of COD Analyzer Data for Improved Control of Aeration and Nutrient Usage in the Effluent System”, Kerry Betz-Stablein, Canfor Pulp

“Asset Management Best Practices in Pulp & Paper Mills”, Angela Badrieh, Laurentide Controls

“Leveraging condition monitoring technology and digital transformation, to increase OEE” Speaker to be confirmed, Spartan Controls
* English presentation

SESSION 3, Thursday February 11, 14:00 ET
Roundtable - Digital Transformation* 

Animated by Alain Pellegrino, Vice President, Industrial Reliability Solutions

Your mission, if you accept it, is to increase your plant's overall efficiency, in a responsible and safe manner, in an environment of skilled labour shortage.

Mission impossible? Is digital transformation (Industry 4.0) part of the solution?

The goal of digital transformation is to increase the reliability and productivity of your plant, thus impacting your company's profits. It has been proven that a reliable plant operates at a lower cost, while significantly reducing the risk of work accidents. The objective of this roundtable is to share what is currently being done in the pulp and paper industry, the good moves and possible pitfalls, in order to identify opportunities that will have a significant impact on your operations and contribute to the achievement of your mission.

*French presentation