Students completing this module will develop a thorough understanding of these

Students completing this module will develop a

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of quality and environmental legislative requirements. Students completing this module will develop a thorough understanding of these concepts and will be better equipped to perform their function as Process Controllers in the pulp and paper production environment. Pulp and Paper Chemistry III - PCY3601 Diploma Year module NQF level: 6 Credits: 12 Module presented in English Purpose: To provide the Student with detailed knowledge of the science of the following: chemistry of pulping processes, chemistry of chemical recovery processes and wet end chemistry processes.
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312 Pulp and Paper Technology I - PTL101P Diploma Semester module NQF level: 5 Credits: 12 Module presented in English Purpose: Bagasse storage and handling; wood preparation technology; wood-yard sampling practices; variations in log and wood quality; cleaning and screening process; cleaning and screening technology; mechanical pulping process and pulping technology; raw material product quality; stock preparation process and technology; feedstock and products; process variations. Pulp and Paper Technology II - PTL2601 Diploma Year module NQF level: 6 Credits: 12 Module presented in English Purpose: To provide the Student with detailed knowledge of the science and technology of the following processes: wet end of the paper machine, dry end of the paper machine, chemical pulping, and chemical recovery. Pulp and Paper Technology III - PTL3601 Diploma Year module NQF level: 6 Credits: 12 Module presented in English Pre-requisite: Co-requisite: PTL2601 or PTL201P Purpose: To provide the Student with detailed knowledge of the science and technology of the following processes: bleaching, coating, finishing, and printing. Pulp and Paper Practice I - PUP1501 Diploma Year module NQF level: 5 Credits: 60 Module presented in English Purpose: This work integrated learning (WIL) module is primarily focused on student orientation to the Pulp and Paper work environment. Students completing this module will gain knowledge and skills on Health and safety issues prior to entering the paper/pulp mill. In the mill, the student adapts and acclimatizes to the working environment and learns about the process/processes. Pulp and Paper Practice II - PUP2601 Diploma Year module NQF level: 6 Credits: 60 Module presented in English Pre-requisite: 96 credits from the first and second levels Co-requisite: Purpose: To provide the student with an opportunity to apply their technical knowledge to relevant problem situations in the Pulp and Paper Industry, and to gain exposure to typical organizational culture, human relations and working conditions. The focus is on Plant operation, troubleshooting and system development skills. Pulp and Paper Practice III - PUP3601 Diploma Year module NQF level: 6 Credits: 60 Module presented in English Pre-requisite: PUP1501 or PUP101P Co-requisite: Purpose: To provide the Student with Advanced plant operation, troubleshooting and system development skills. The third period of training is primarily focused on the application of chemical engineering techniques related to the Pulp and Paper Industry. The student will be concerned with advanced plant operations, troubleshooting, improvements and optimisation projects.
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