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Published May 12, 2014
US Patent No.: 8,642,833 B2 Inventor(s): David M. Waxman, Moorestown, NJ, US; and Shih-Kuang Lien, Taichung, Taiwan. Company: Harbor Linen LLC, Gibbsboro, NJ, US. Filed: 6/28/11 Issued: 2/14/14 A reusable absorbent article comprising: an outer surfa… Read More »
Published March 26, 2014
US Patent No.: 8,629,316 B2 Inventor(s): David M. Waxman, Moorestown, NJ, US; and Shih-Kuang Lien, Hasselt, Belgium Company: Harbor Linen LLC, Gibbsboro, NJ, US. Filed: 8/3/10 Issued: 1/14/14 A reusable absorbent article comprising: an outer surface… Read More »
Published March 18, 2014
Huntsman Textile Effects and TJ Beall Company have formed a joint effort to create a new generation of sustainable diaper composite layers produced from un-bleached (greige) cotton. Ultraphil CO is a novel development that combines Huntsman’s U… Read More »
Published February 7, 2013
U.S. Patent No.: 8,227,659 B2 Inventor(s): Carlo Toro, Cepagatti, Italy; Enzo Pompei, Pescara, Italy; Giovanni Carlucci, Chieti, Italy; and Maurizio Tamburro, Sambuceto, Italy. Company: The Procter & Gamble Company, Cincinnati, OH, U.S. Filed:… Read More »
Published March 6, 2012
An absorbent article comprising, in integral formation, at least, a rectangular liquid permeable top sheet, an absorbent element including an absorbent covered with a crepe paper, a rectangular water vapor permeable waterproof sheet, and a rectangula… Read More »
Published January 1, 2011
Zschimmer & Schwarz, the German-based manufacturer of spin finishes and additives for the global fiber and nonwovens industry is introducing Lertisan HD 50, the newest addition to its product range for nonwoven applications. Lertisan HD 50 repres… Read More »
Published February 10, 2009
An electroluminescent element was issued a patent. It comprises a substrate and, provided on the substrate in the following order, a first thin film as a carrier transport layer, and a second thin film as a luminescent layer. The first thin film is f… Read More »