Baggy paper webs: Effect of uneven moisture and grammage profiles in different process steps

  • Cecilia Land
  • Published 2010


One of the problems encountered in paper converting is caused by the occurrence of “baggy webs”, which essentially is when the tension profile of the paper web is uneven. In an area with low tension the paper is longer, which results in bagginess. The baggy parts can not usually be stretched to even out the tension of the paper web in a converting machine… (More)


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