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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 »
June 28, 2005
An absorbent article was recently granted a patent. The article features an attached, unbalanced fastening system with a receiving member with at least a first receiving fastening element and a second receiving fastening element. The first receiving…  Read More »
June 28, 2005
Patented is an absorbent article for use as a diaper or incontinence guard. The article includes a liquid pervious topsheet, a liquid impervious backsheet and an absorbent body enclosed between the two. Seen in the longitudinal direction, the article…  Read More »
June 28, 2005
Patented is a method for producing an absorbent article, which includes several steps. The first step is to prepare a wet resilient, cellulosic basesheet with elevated and depressed regions with an overall surface depth of at least 0.2 mm and an uppe…  Read More »
June 28, 2005
An oxygen barrier film that includes a polymer film layer has been issued a patent. The polymer film layer includes an oxygen barrier coating, which comprises a polyvinyl alcohol and a cold water-soluble starch and has a thickness of about 0.001 to…  Read More »
June 28, 2005
An absorbent polymer has been granted a patent. The article is based on optionally partially neutralized, monoethylenically unsaturated monomers bearing acid groups. The surface of the polymer has been subjected to secondary crosslinking subsequent t…  Read More »
June 28, 2005
Patented is a laminate transparent to visible light and absorbing light in the infrared region of the spectrum. The laminate features at least one substrate; a reflective film and an absorbing sheet with an infrared absorbing amount of lanthanum hexa…  Read More »
June 24, 2005
An oriented, opaque, sealable and Pealable film has been issued a U.S. patent. The patent contains a non-sealable first outer layer comprising a thermoplastic polymer; a cavitated first core layer comprising a thermoplastic polymer and a cavitating a…  Read More »
June 7, 2005
A fluid-advancing fiber was recently issued a patent. The fiber comprises an inner portion and an outer portion and can be incorporated into a fabric. One or more first conductive elements are adjacent to the outer portion of the fiber. One or more f…  Read More »
June 7, 2005
Patented is a sanitary napkin for mounting to the bodyside of a crotch portion of an undergarment, and, during use, absorbing bodily excretions. The napkin includes an elongated absorbent pad with a longitudinal axis, a longitudinally central portion…  Read More »
June 7, 2005
Coating compositions were recently patented. The compositions feature at least one hydroxy-functional polyester with at least two hydroxyl groups per molecule. At least one of the hydroxyl groups is a tertiary hydroxyl group, wherein the polyester h…  Read More »
June 7, 2005
A two-layer laminate film was patented. The film features a first resin layer with a polyolefin resin and a surface treated by a discharge treatment method that imparts printability to the treated surface. The film also includes a second resin laye…  Read More »
June 7, 2005
A biaxially oriented polyester film prepared by biaxially drawing a polyester sheet was patented. The film has a glass transition temperature (Tg) of 60° C. or higher, in the longitudinal and transverse directions, wherein the biaxially oriented f…  Read More »
June 7, 2005
Patented is a transparent, oriented thermoformable film comprising a crystallizable thermoplastic or a mixture of different crystallizable thermoplastics and at least one UV stabilizer. The crystallizable thermoplastic has at least one of either die…  Read More »
May 31, 2005
A cross-linked film formed from a moisture-barrier resin has been patented. The resin comprises a mixture of a film-forming, cross-linkable, partially hydrolyzed polymer and a cross-linking agent; wherein the polymer is hydrolyzed from 44-46%.…  Read More »