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November 1, 2005
A multilayer structure comprising a metal layer or a metallized-substrate layer and a binder layer has been patented. The binder layer is made of polypropylene that is extrusion coated at a rate of more than 100 meters per minute onto the metal or me…  Read More »
November 1, 2005
Patented is a disposable absorbent article comprising a topsheet, a backsheet combined with the topsheet, a fluid storage layer disposed between the topsheet and backsheet and a body-facing surface. The article also includes a garment-facing surface…  Read More »
October 25, 2005
Patented is a tampon and applicator arrangement comprising a tampon, an applicator unit and a film cap. The tampon has a withdrawal end opposed to an insertion end and the insertion end has a top portion. The applicator unit is capable of receiving t…  Read More »
October 25, 2005
A disposable absorbent article for personal wear has been issued a patent. The disposable absorbent article comprises a generally liquid permeable liner adapted for contiguity with the wearer’s skin, an outer cover and an absorbent body between the…  Read More »
October 25, 2005
Patented is a sanitary napkin to be worn by a female user adjacent to her pudendal region. The sanitary napkin has a longitudinal centerline and an orthogonally located lateral centerline, which make up longitudinal and lateral directions, respectiv…  Read More »
October 25, 2005
A distribution strip for use in an absorbent structure has been granted a patent. The strip features cellulosic fibers selected from the group consisting of cotton linters, mercerized cellulose, chemically treated cellulose and mixtures thereof. The…  Read More »
October 25, 2005
Patented is a method of producing a laminated polyolefin film with three or more layers including two outer layers. The method involves several steps, including preparing an outer-layer forming material by causing olefin resin to contain a non-ionic…  Read More »
October 25, 2005
An article comprising a panel structure mountable in an automobile vehicle to form a part of a vehicle interior has been issued a patent. The panel structure has an exterior surface, at least a portion of which is exposed to the vehicle interior, and…  Read More »
October 25, 2005
A net made of a high strength polyethylene fiber was recently issued a patent. The fiber comprises a high molecular weight polyethylene consisting of a repeating unit of ethylene. It has an intrinsic viscosity number of five or larger and an average…  Read More »
October 25, 2005
A heat-shrinkable polyester film roll was issued a patent. The roll includes an alkali-earth metal compound and a phosphorus compound, at an alkali-earth metal atom M2 content of 20-400 ppm (mass basis) and a phosphorus atom P content of 5-350 ppm (m…  Read More »
October 25, 2005
An adhesive tape with at least a three-layer product structure was recently patented. The tape has the following layers A, B and C with the layer sequence ABC. Layer A is a heat activatable adhesive with a characteristic activation temperature TA of…  Read More »
October 25, 2005
A fiber with two or more lobes extending from a central core has been granted a patent. The two or more lobes are equally spaced about an outer periphery of the central core. Each lobe has a substantially similar lobal cross-sectional configuration w…  Read More »
October 25, 2005
A sheet material comprising absorptive polymer particles has been patented. One or more of the polymers comprises polymerized units of one or more monoethylenically unsaturated monomers having at least one acid group, The surface of the absorptive po…  Read More »
August 2, 2005
A roofing membrane was recently patented comprising an upper layer of modified bituminous material. The material is modified with a modifier selected from a group including: Atactic PolyPropylene (APP), Amorphous Poly Alpha Olefin (APOA), Thermoplast…  Read More »
August 2, 2005
Polyvinyl alcohol binder fibers have been granted a patent. The fibers have a cross-section circularity of at most 30%, a degree of swelling in water at 30° C of at least 100% and a degree of dissolution in water of at most 20%.…  Read More »