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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 May 7, 2012
Patented is an absorbent article comprising: a. a liquid pervious first topsheet having an interior surface and an exterior surface; b. a backsheet having an interior surface and an exterior surface wherein the backsheet is attached to the topsheet… Read More »
Published December 14, 2011
Ihsan Sons of Pakistan has announced a new, innovative nonwoven product. Since the start-up of the Fleissner spunlace line in 2006, Ihsan has has been successfully selling its 100% Cotton Spunlace under the brand "BELCOT" into a wide variet… Read More »
Published October 18, 2011
An absorbent article where at least one part is hydrophilic and on is hydrophobic has been patented. At least one hydrophilic region and one hydrophobic region are present as a coating on the said part of the absorbent article and wherein at least on… Read More »
Published October 5, 2010
This disposable diaper includes a sweat-absorbent sheet attached to the inner side of the diaper to maintain its sweat-absorbing function during use of the diaper. The inner side of front or rear waist region constituting the disposable diaper is cov… Read More »
Wet Dryer Sheets
By Dr. Markus Doerr, Cognis Corporation
Published April 15, 2010
For textiles that look and feel good Read More »
Harvesting The Benefits Of Natural Fibers
Published August 17, 2005
new uses and markets are constantly being established for these highly preferred fibers Read More »
Published February 28, 2004
A disposable absorbent article has been patented with a transverse centerline, a first region, and a second region and a front region and a ear region. The front region has been positioned forward of the transverse centerline. The front region com… Read More »
Polyvel, Hammonton, NJ, has introduced the VH103-S and VH103-M Hydrophobic Concentrates, which are melt additives for polypropylene nonwoven processes. VH103-S and VH103-M concentrates impart alcohol repellency to nonwoven polypropylene fabrics, maki… Read More »
Europlasma has built a large roll treater for the treatment of nonwovens, wovens and film products up to 1800 m in width. Activation, hydrophilic, hydrophobic or other surface modifications are part of the possibilities and can be performed on real p… Read More »