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April 10, 2007
An absorbent-entrained polymeric structure with an outer layer and an interior region has been granted a patent. The structure comprises a thermoplastic material and at least one absorbent. The absorbent is entirely entrained within the thermoplastic…  Read More »
April 10, 2007
A surface protecting adhesive film for a semiconductor wafer has been patented. A base film has at least one layer of a synthetic resin where the base film has a storage elastic modulus (E’) at 25°C of from 1x108 to 1x1010 Pa and where the base fi…  Read More »
April 10, 2007
A coversheet for impressing a pattern on a thermoplastic surface of an emblem was recently patented. The item features a base sheet selected from the group consisting of paper, fabric and plastic and a non-thermoplastic heat application release coati…  Read More »
March 6, 2007
Patented is an adhesive tape comprising a backing and a layer of adhesive on the backing. The backing has an energy to sever of up to 350 N-cm/cm2 when severed according to The Dispense Test—Metal Blade and has an approximate tensile elongation to…  Read More »
February 27, 2007
Patented is a water-absorbent resin, which is surface-crosslinked with a surface-crosslinking agent including at least a polyhydric alcohol. The water absorbent resin before surface-crosslinking is obtained by polymerizing hydrophilic monomers compri…  Read More »
February 20, 2007
An absorbent article was granted a patent. It includes a topsheet, an outer cover and an absorbent core between the topsheet and the outer cover. An absorbent barrier structure is located between the absorbent core and the outer cover. The absorbent…  Read More »
February 20, 2007
Patented is a polymer composition with multistage polymer particles. Each of the particles includes a first polymer with: i) a polymerized unit of a multi-ethylenically unsaturated monomer and ii) at least one pendant absorbing group selected from t…  Read More »
February 20, 2007
An adhesive film characterized by a film-like composite base material was patented. The film has at least a first resin film with a breaking elongation in the lengthwise direction of 300 to 1500% and a breaking strength of at least 2 kg/12 mm. The fi…  Read More »
February 20, 2007
Patented is composite material comprising a microparticle support consisting essentially of polymeric organic particles. Metallic and non-metallic ions are grafted to the surface of the support. The particles are a copolymer of at least three monomer…  Read More »
February 20, 2007
An absorbent article has been granted a patent. The article comprises a unitary system of microlayered film constructed and arranged for performing multiple functions. The system has at least one first microlayer film region with a liquid intake func…  Read More »
February 20, 2007
Patented is a stack of absorbent articles for absorption of body fluids. At least two absorbent articles constitute a first absorbent article and a second absorbent article adjacent in the stack. Each article is individually wrapped in a wrapping cov…  Read More »
February 20, 2007
An absorbent article has been patented. It includes an absorbent sheet body with a water permeable sheet facing a body side of a wearer and either a water permeable or water impermeable sheet facing a garment side. The absorbent body absorbs body flu…  Read More »
February 20, 2007
A disposable diaper comprising a topsheet, a backsheet and an absorbent core between the two has been patented. The topsheet and the backsheet define a periphery and longitudinal edges. Portions of the longitudinal edges define leg openings when the…  Read More »
February 13, 2007
An article for fluid transport has been granted a patent. The article includes a substrate with at least one fluid transport structure and at least one adhesive article. The adhesive article features a base layer with a first and second surface and a…  Read More »
February 13, 2007
An absorbent core for the collection of bodily liquids, such as urine, was patented. The core comprises a superabsorbent gelling material in the form of particles featuring a longest and a smallest dimension with a particulate ratio of longest to sma…  Read More »