05336373 is referenced by 108 patents and cites 30 patents.

A process for making a strong, bulky, absorbent paper sheet with improved uniformity by forming the web on a forming fabric with a furnish having a consistency in the range of from about 0.08% to about 0.6% solids, dewatering the web noncompressibly such that the web is the range of from about 30% to about 40% dry, transferring the web from the forming fabric to an imprinting fabric, lightly pressing the web and the imprinting fabric against the drying can to form a pattern of densifications in the web, can drying the web from no more than about 30% to 40% dry to at least 55% to 60% dry, and restraining the web between the imprinting fabric and the drying can during the can drying step until the web is at least 55% to 60% dry. In addition to the benefits on uniformity, chemicals added to the furnish such as wet strength resins, dry strength resins, surfactants and dyes will migrate during the drying step to the face of the sheet facing the drying can and, specifically, to the densifications formed in the sheet.

Title
Method for making a strong, bulky, absorbent paper sheet using restrained can drying
Application Number
7/997829
Publication Number
5336373
Application Date
December 29, 1992
Publication Date
August 9, 1994
Inventor
Richard I Wolkowicz
Turnersville
NJ, US
John G Trumball
Lima
PA, US
Howard J Stern
Vineland
NJ, US
Thomas F Scattolino
Milmont Park
PA, US
Agent
John W Kane Jr
Mark G Bocchetti
Assignee
Scott Paper Company
PA, US
IPC
D21F 11/02
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