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December 10, 2002
Patented is an absorbent article comprising a topsheet and a backsheet surrounding an absorbent core. The article’s main body contains a discrete front and rear waist portion with a top and a bottom edge. The front and rear waist portions and the…  Read More »
December 10, 2002
A disposable absorbent article that traps and collects loose or liquid waste has been patented. The article comprises an absorbent chassis, a first barrier panel and an exposable skin-friendly adhesive. The chassis has a front and back waist portion…  Read More »
December 3, 2002
An absorbent article comprising a fluid-permeable topsheet, a fluid-impermeable backsheet and a corrugated absorbent material has been patented. The absorbent material contains a plurality of alternating peaks and valleys that are disposed between th…  Read More »
December 3, 2002
Patented is a water-decomposable absorbent article. The article comprises an absorbent body that includes a water-decomposable topsheet and a water-decomposable backsheet surrounding a water-decomposable adsorbent core. The article also features an a…  Read More »
December 3, 2002
A disposable personal article, comprising a polymer with a glass transition temperature ranging from 25-45°C, has been patented. The polymer is located on a surface of the article and aids in sealing the product against the wearer’s skin during us…  Read More »
December 3, 2002
An absorbent article comprising a fluid-permeable topsheet, a fluid-impermeable backsheet and a corrugated absorbent material has been patented. The absorbent material contains a plurality of alternating peaks and valleys that are disposed between th…  Read More »
November 26, 2002
A pleated nonwoven filter fabric that can be applied in pleated filters has been patented. The fabric comprises a plurality of sheath-core conjugate filaments in which the filament core component is made of a polymer that is higher in melting point t…  Read More »
November 26, 2002
A flat, polybenzazole fiber with a flattened portion has been patented. The fiber has a degree of flatness defined by the ratio of the long diameter/short diameter of the cross section. The fibers are 2mm or greater and have a short diameter up to an…  Read More »
November 26, 2002
Patented is an absorbent article featuring a longitudinal and transverse centerline, two longitudinal sides, a target zone and a body side. The article comprises a liquid-impervious backsheet and a liquid-pervious topsheet surrounding a lower absorbe…  Read More »
November 26, 2002
A method of producing a shaped element has been patented. The element is characterized so that a blank, intended to constitute the shaped element, is produced in plane form with an elongate shape containing a longitudinal and a transverse direction.…  Read More »
November 12, 2002
A flexible sheet for a disposable garment has been patented. The sheet comprises an apertured web, which contains a plastic web with longitudinal and transverse directions from approximately 0.00-0.05mm thick and flat portions that are approximately…  Read More »
November 12, 2002
Patented is an applicator for a sanitary tampon. The applicator features an outer tube with openings at the front and rear ends. The tampon is placed in the outer tube and an inner plunger is movable in an axial direction within the outer tube to eje…  Read More »
November 12, 2002
A sanitary device for males with urinary incontinence has been patented. The device comprises an absorbent sheath for wrapping around and enclosing the penis. The sheath is made from a continuous piece of water-impermeable material that is lined with…  Read More »
November 12, 2002
Patented is an absorbent pad assembly with a longitudinal axis. The pad assembly comprises a first and second absorbent pad material with a first and second preselected absorbency. The first and second absorbent pad materials are helically wound alon…  Read More »
November 12, 2002
A garment with a first and second region has been patented. The material can be softened and drawn under a vacuum and can extend in the first region. The material has a surface that has been mechanically modified to form several surface protrusions…  Read More »