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Search Results for 'hydrophobic'
Published October 15, 2013
In support of its newly created Business Development Group and market diversification strategy, Universal Fibers, Inc. has purchased the continuous filament bi-component production assets of Fiber Innovation Technology, Inc. Fiber Innovation Technol… 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 February 22, 2012
An absorbent article, comprising a liquid-pervious topsheet, a wetlaid absorbent composite, with a first and second stratum and a transition zone intermediate and coextensive with the first and second stratum has been patented. The first stratum comp… 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 January 11, 2005
A method of coating a surface with a biocompatible co-polymer film has been granted a patent. The method includes the steps of covering the surface with a solution made of a film-forming polymer component and a hydrophobic polymer block component wit… Read More »
Published March 16, 2004
A patent has been assigned for a disposable absorbent article that has a transverse centerline, a first region, a second region, a front region and a rear region. The front region is positioned forward of the transverse centerline, with the front reg… Read More »