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Samuel H Herring: Papermaking fabric seam with additional threads in the seam area. Astenjohnson, Volpe & Koenig P C, November 20, 2001: US06318413 (4 worldwide citation)

An open ended papermaker's fabric of a type woven from a longitudinal thread system and a transverse thread system wherein a plurality of seam loops are formed at each end of the fabric by the threads of the longitudinal thread system. A seam zone exists at each end of the fabric between the re ...


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Dale Johnson, Richard Stone: High support double layer forming fabric. AstenJohnson, Shapiro Cohen, January 24, 2006: US06989079 (4 worldwide citation)

A double layer forming fabric for a paper making machine is woven to an overall repeating pattern, which comprises in combination paper side layer weft yarns, machine side layer weft yarns, and warp yarns. The paper side layer weft yarns interweave with the warp yarns in a first repeating weave patt ...


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C Barry Johnson: Molded modular link and a fabric made from a plurality thereof. AstenJohnson, Volpe and Koenig P C, April 8, 2003: US06544389 (4 worldwide citation)

A link for making a modular papermaking fabric by interconnecting with other links is made through molding techniques to have predetermined characteristics such as open area, permeability, surface finish, etc. A papermaking fabric is constructed from a plurality of interconnected links and has prede ...


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Samuel H Herring: Papermaking fabric seam with additional threads in the seam area. AstenJohnson, Volpe & Koenig PC, September 18, 2001: US06289940 (3 worldwide citation)

An open ended papermaker's fabric woven from longitudinal and transverse thread systems and including a plurality of seam loops at each end. Two additional transverse threads are interwoven with the longitudinal thread system in the seam zone. The crossover points of the two additional transver ...


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Allan R Manninen: Seaming element for industrial textiles and method of manufacture. AstenJohnson, Christopher & Weisberg P A, May 10, 2016: US09334606 (3 worldwide citation)

A seaming element for an industrial textile and a method of manufacture. The seaming element comprises an elongate body folded along its length at a folded connection region comprising a plurality of channeled protrusions securable to corresponding channeled protrusions of a complementary seaming el ...


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Allan R Manninen: In-line shear resistant nonwoven textiles comprised of selectively slit and embossed film. ASTENJOHNSON, Schmeiser Olsen & Watts, June 7, 2016: US09358752 (3 worldwide citation)

A nonwoven industrial textile for conveying in an industrial process, seaming elements and methods of manufacture. The textile comprises at least first and second layers of film. Each layer comprises protrusions separated by land areas and each defining an aperture for a flow path through the layer. ...


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Samuel M Baker, Rex Barrett, Bud J Chase, Bruce W Janda, Ian Gerald Lang, Dietmar Wirtz, Larry Anderson: Papermaking fabrics with contaminant resistant nanoparticle coating and method of in situ application. AstenJohnson, Volpe and Koenig P C, October 12, 2010: US07811627 (2 worldwide citation)

A papermaking fabric is treated by applying a nanoparticle type coating to improve their resistance to contamination by foreign matter in the papermaking system. The coating is applied during fabric manufacture and cured during heat setting. Alternatively, the coating applied or renewed by utilizing ...


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Marc P Despault, Brady S Patterson: Press felt with improved dewatering capability. AstenJohnson, Volpe and Koenig PC, November 14, 2006: US07135096 (2 worldwide citation)

A press felt for use in the press section of a papermaking machine is provided. The press felt includes a base fabric layer and at least one layer of a staple fiber batt material connected thereto. The staple fiber batt material is includes between 20% to 100% by weight of a regenerated cellulosic s ...


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Timothy D O Brien, Bryce Jones: Papermakers forming fabrics including monofilaments comprised of a blend of poly(ethylene naphthalate) and poly(ethylene terephthalate). AstenJohnson, Volpe and Koenig P C, May 3, 2011: US07935225 (2 worldwide citation)

Papermaker's forming fabrics including extruded thermoplastic monofilaments formed from a polymer blend consisting of from about 51%-90% pbw (parts by weight) of a poly(ethylene naphthalate) (PEN) polymer having a melt point of from 249° C. to about 278° C., most preferably between about 262° C. and ...