Patents

Odor Adsorption Agent In Hygiene Articles

January 16, 2007

An odor adsorption agent was patented for use in hygiene articles configured to collect body fluids. The article includes thermoplastic granulate particles and particles of zeolites directly fused to the thermoplastic granulate particles. The particles of zeolites are smaller than the particles of thermoplastic granulate. Odor adsorption characteristics of the zeolite particles are maintained.
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