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January 9, 2007
An absorbent article was patented recently. The article has a longitudinal axis, a lateral axis, opposite longitudinal end regions and a central region extending longitudinally between and interconnecting the end regions. The absorbent article compri…  Read More »
January 9, 2007
A disposable wearing article has been granted a patent. The article includes a chassis defining front and rear waist regions and a crotch region extending between the waist regions and a liquid-absorbent base panel extending across the crotch region…  Read More »
January 2, 2007
Patented is a polyester film that has a base layer B made from a thermoplastic polyester that has a sealable outer layer A. On the other side of the base layer is a nonsealable outer layer C. The outer layers A and C comprise at least one antiblockin…  Read More »
January 2, 2007
A nonwoven article has been granted a patent. It comprises a plurality of intertwined fibers and has a width, length and thickness. The thickness of the nonwoven article is substantially uniform across the width. The nonwoven article comprises a firs…  Read More »
November 7, 2006
A self-adhering underlayment for tile roofing assemblies has been issued a patent. The underlayment comprises a dual-compound composite sheet including a carrier sheet with a front side and a backside. The carrier sheet is sandwiched between a top la…  Read More »
November 7, 2006
A touch fastener has been patented. It features a sheet-form base with an upper face and a lower face. Extending outwardly from the upper face of the base is a plurality of discrete fastener elements. The lower face includes an adhesive layer with a…  Read More »
November 7, 2006
Patented is a barrier film for separating liquid and air. It comprises a liquid crystalline polymer layer with a glass transition temperature in the range from 80°C. to about 115°C. The film has a thickness of less than about 15 microns, a heat-sea…  Read More »
November 7, 2006
A method of insulating a component of a heating, ventilation and air conditioning unit was patented. The component comprises a metallic substrate having an outer surface and another surface that is in contact with a hot or cold gas or liquid. The met…  Read More »
November 7, 2006
An adhesive material for attaching to a mating surface has received a patent. The material includes a base and an array of electroflocked first fibers bonded to the base, each having a cross sectional diameter of less than approximately 15 microns. A…  Read More »
November 7, 2006
Patented is a molded article comprising a substrate with a thermoplastic alloy. The thermoplastic alloy includes a polyester and a polycarbonate. An outer surface layer of a thermoplastic material is located on at least a portion of the substrate. Th…  Read More »
November 7, 2006
An absorbent article has been granted a patent. It comprises a liquid-permeable topsheet appearing on a skin surface; a backsheet appearing on a garment surface and a liquid absorbent layer between the topsheet and the backsheet. A liquid acquisition…  Read More »
October 31, 2006
An absorbent article has been patented. The article comprises an absorbent pad with a topsheet surface and an opposite bottom sheet surface. The topsheet surface has a length and a width configured to fit the pudendal region of a woman. The article a…  Read More »
October 31, 2006
An incontinence article was patented comprising a front portion positioned adjacent to a front pelvic area and extending from a waist area to a crotch area when the article is worn by a user. A rear portion is joined to the front portion. The rear p…  Read More »
October 24, 2006
A fluid transfer receptacle for a male incontinence device has been patented. The receptacle comprises an outer shell with a first open end adapted for receiving the penis of a user and a second end defining a fluid discharge port. The second end ext…  Read More »
October 24, 2006
A patent has been issued for a wearing article with first and second surfaces opposed to each other when worn. The first and second surfaces are releasably connectable to each other by a mechanical fastener comprising a hook member and a loop member.…  Read More »