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February 1, 2005
A multilayer film for packaging with a peel strength value from about 1 to 20 N/15 mm and comprising at least one sealing layer with a polyolefin composition has been patented. This composition consists essentially of: a polyethylene, a polypropylen…  Read More »
February 1, 2005
Patented is a nonwoven web formed of highly elongatable multipolymer fibers. The fibers are substantially oriented in one direction and the web has a number of discrete point bond sites throughout the web bonding the fibers together. The point bond…  Read More »
January 25, 2005
Patented is a spray-on adhesive composition made from components including a high melt index polymer and a high melt tackifier that interact to produce a composition. The composition can form a low odor, light color, non-tacky, hot melt adhesive mate…  Read More »
January 18, 2005
A method for securing a personal care article to a fabric undergarment has been patented. The method comprises a personal care item with a top surface defining a topsheet side, a bottom surface defining a backsheet side, a garment attachment adhesive…  Read More »
January 18, 2005
An absorbent garment comprising first and second waist portions at opposed ends has been patented. The waist portions each have side edges, wherein the waist portions are joined by an intermediate region suitable for the inclusion of an absorbent bod…  Read More »
January 18, 2005
An absorbent article comprising a transverse direction and a longitudinal direction, two end edges extending in the transverse direction, two side edges extending in the longitudinal direction, edge portions comprising two end edge portions located a…  Read More »
January 18, 2005
A sheet that gives an absorbent article improved recovery from distortion was patented. The sheet comprises thermally bonded nonwoven fabric containing 70% by weight or more of core-sheath type thermally bonding conjugate fibers, which are thermally…  Read More »
January 18, 2005
A sheet that gives an absorbent article improved recovery from distortion has been patented. The sheet comprises a thermally bonded nonwoven fabric containing 70% by weight or more of core-sheath-type thermally bonding conjugate fibers, which are th…  Read More »
January 18, 2005
Patented is a method for securing a personal care article to a fabric undergarment. The article must comprise a top surface defining a topsheet side, a bottom surface defining a backsheet side, a garment attachment adhesive applied to the bottom surf…  Read More »
January 18, 2005
An absorbent garment comprising first and second waist portions was issued a patent. The garment features opposed ends and waist portions with side edges. The waist portions are joined by an intermediate region suitable for the inclusion of an absor…  Read More »
January 18, 2005
Patented is an absorbent article comprising a transverse direction and a longitudinal direction, two end edges extending in the transverse direction, two side edges extending in the longitudinal direction, edge portions comprising two end edge porti…  Read More »
January 18, 2005
Patented is a conjugated fiber comprising a crystalline aliphatic polyester having a melting point of not less than 140°C. The fiber has a composition comprising an aliphatic polyester and 1-50% by weight of one compound selected from the group con…  Read More »
January 11, 2005
An absorbent article was patented. It has a longitudinal centerline and a lateral centerline, an inner surface and a garment-facing surface. The absorbent article includes a containment assembly with a rear waist region, a crotch region, a front wais…  Read More »
January 11, 2005
A disposable worn article has been patented. The article features an absorbent body including a core and a liquid impermeable backsheet and a cuff including a contact portion and a stand-up portion. The contact portion is connected to the stand-up po…  Read More »
January 11, 2005
Patented is a disposable absorbent article with a front waist section, a rear waist section, an intermediate section that extends between and connects the waist sections, a pair of laterally opposed side edges, a pair of longitudinally opposed waist…  Read More »