Patents

Absorbent Nonwoven Fabric:

January 21, 2003

A nonwoven fabric, with a repeating pattern of three interconnected fiber arrays and a first fiber array comprising several parallel fiber segments has been patented. A second fiber array is adjacent to the first fiber array and contains several twisted and turned fiber segments that form a band disposed perpendicular to the parallel fiber segments. A third fiber array interconnects the first and second fiber arrays and contains multiple highly entangled fiber segments.
  • Advances in Ultrasonics

    Advances in Ultrasonics

    Tara Olivo, associate editor||January 2, 2017
    Ultrasonic suppliers’ improved bonding systems allow for softer, more comfortable absorbent hygiene products.

  • Private Label: Not About No Frills Anymore

    Karen McIntyre, Editor||January 2, 2017
    Competition in the diaper market focuses on quality, not value.

  • Hygiene Machinery Review

    Karen McIntyre, Editor||January 2, 2017
    The growing importance of adult incontinence plus a widespread need for increased flexibility has changed the game for makers