Paper Converting and Packaging - Tampere University of Technology

Paper Converting and Packaging

The development challenges of today confronting converted paper and paperboard products that are used in packaging applications include various nanostructures, thin coatings, materials from renewable sources and biodegradable packaging materials. The pilot lines of this research unit are developing processes for extrusion and dispersion coatings, lamination and cast film techniques as well as novel materials and structures for packaging. Also, the pilot lines provide a wide range of possibilities for testing different surface treatment techniques. In the laboratory there are versatile and modern analytical methods for measuring e.g. barrier properties, heat sealability, surface energy and adhesion. Cooperation partners of the research unit are companies in several different industrial sectors including paper and paperboard manufacturers and converters, packaging producers, plastic industry and equipment manufacturers.

More information: Professor Jurkka Kuusipalo

TUT PCPT brochure

EU projects

PlasmaNice EU

PlasmaNice results.pdf

PlasmaNice Results 2.pdf

NanoMend EU

NanoMend_Brochure.pdf

Extrusion coating and lamination pilot lines of Paper Converting and Packaging Technology

TUT_PCPT_pilotline.pdf

TUT_PCPT_laminationline.pdf

Laboratory of Paper Converting and Packaging Technology

TUT_PCPT_laboratory_2015.pdf

 

Updated by: Kati Valtonen, 23.11.2015 15:53.
Content owner: Lahti Johanna
Keywords: science and research, coating, extrusion, lamination, pilot line, paper, paperboard, converting, packaging