Patents

Disposable Pants

November 29, 2011

Disposable pants have been patented by a Japanese researcher. The pants comprisea front abdominal section and a rear section having stretchability, said front abdominal section and said rear section being joined almost annularly;a crotch section joined between the front abdominal section and rear section, said crotch section being provided with an absorber; left and right breaking parts provided on left and right sides, respectively, of an area of said front abdominal section to which said crotch section is joined, said left and right breaking parts being provided for breaking said front abdominal section into segments;a first adhesive part provided in at least part of a central area of said front abdominal section positioned between said left and right breaking parts on an exterior side;a left adhesive piece bonded to said front abdominal section on an opposite side of said left breaking part relative to said first adhesive part, said left adhesive piece being releasably attachable to said first adhesive part; and a right adhesive piece bonded to said front abdominal section on an opposite side of said right breaking part relative to said first adhesive part, said right adhesive piece being releasably attachable to said first adhesive part;wherein a distance X2 is provided between a position at which said left adhesive piece is bonded to said front abdominal section on said opposite side of said left breaking part relative to said first adhesive part and a position at which said right adhesive piece is bonded to said front abdominal section on said opposite side of said right breaking part relative to said first adhesive part;wherein second adhesive parts to be attached/detached to/from said first adhesive part are provided on said left and right adhesive pieces, respectively, andwherein said disposable pants are configured such that a ratio of a lateral dimension X1 of said front abdominal section in a stretched state to said distance X2 is within a range of 0.05_X2/X1_0.55.
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