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John G Buchanan, Donald G MacBean: Duplex forming fabric. JWI, Alan Swabey, Robert Mitchell, Guy Houle, February 9, 1982: US04314589 (107 worldwide citation)

A paper forming fabric having two layers of synthetic weft strands with interwoven synthetic warp strands and approximately 100% warp fill. The upper layer of the fabric comprises a regular array of mesh openings in which the distance between consecutive openings measured in the weft direction is ne ...


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Donald G MacBean: Three-layer forming fabric. JWI, Oblon Fisher Spivak McClelland & Maier, April 12, 1983: US04379735 (101 worldwide citation)

A single ply forming fabric for use on a twin wire paper making machine wherein a flat jet stream of pulp is injected between an inner, conveying fabric and an outer, backing fabric converging towards each other for applying opposed pressure to the pulp for removing water therefrom to form a sheet o ...


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Ronald H Seabrook, Dale B Johnson, Derek G Chaplin, Rex Barrett: Composite papermaking fabric with paired weft binding yarns. JWI, Robert A Wilkes, October 27, 1998: US05826627 (95 worldwide citation)

A composite forming fabric in which the woven paper and machine side layers are interconnected by pairs of intrinsic weft binder yarns which interweave with the paper side layer to occupy an unbroken weft path. Each member interweaves sequentially with the warps of the paper side layer and with at l ...


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John G Buchanan, Donald G MacBean: Dryer fabric. Jwi, Alan Swabey, Robert Mitchell, Guy Houle, September 22, 1981: US04290209 (91 worldwide citation)

An improved dryer fabric, woven entirely from monofilament plastic polymeric warp and weft strands, having a lower permeability to air flow and lower modulus of elasticity than normal fabrics, wherein at least the warp strands are flattened in cross-section, with the long axis of the flattened secti ...


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Dale B Johnson: Composite forming fabric. JWI, Oblon Fisher Spivak McClelland & Maier, March 28, 1989: US04815499 (85 worldwide citation)

A composite paper making fabric comprising at least two complete weaves each formed by its own set of warp and weft yarns and interconnected by a binder yarn which is interwoven with the two complete weaves. An upper one of the complete weaves constitutes a paper-side weave which is comprised of fla ...


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Samuel M Baker, F Brian Best, Girish M Bhatt: Dryer fabric having warp strands made of melt-extrudable polyphenylene sulphide. JWI, Oblon Fisher Spivak McClelland & Maier, July 5, 1988: US04755420 (53 worldwide citation)

A dryer fabric for use in a dryer section of a paper machine wherein at least a portion of the machine direction components are monofilaments made from polyphenylene sulphide or a blend of polyphenylene sulphide and heat-stabilized polyamide 66. When using a blend the polyamide 66 is present in the ...


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Donald G MacBean: Woven pin seam in fabric and method. JWI, Alan Swabey, Robert Mitchell, Guy J Houle, March 27, 1984: US04438789 (47 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a woven all-synthetic monofilament dryer fabric for use in a paper-making machine. The fabric is constituted by a belt woven with warp and weft strands with the warp strands extending in the machine direction. The belt is interconnected at opposed ends by a woven single pint ...


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Garry E Kirby: Low permeability dryer fabric. JWI, Oblon Fisher Spivak McClelland & Maier, September 28, 1982: US04351874 (46 worldwide citation)

A low permeability dryer fabric woven from monofilament plastic polymeric warp strands and weft strands in which at least some of the weft strands exhibit preferential softening under the influence of heat, said strands adapting to conform to mesh interstices and thereby restrict the passage of air ...


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Rex Barrett: Composite forming fabric woven with an Nx2N machine side layer. JWI, Robert A Wilkes, August 13, 1996: US05544678 (35 worldwide citation)

A composite forming fabric, formed from two separate interconnected woven layers, for use in a paper making machine. The machine side layer is a single layer N by 2N weave, such as a six-shed, 6.times.12 weave. Within the weave repeat pattern the warp yarns form two distinct floats of unequal length ...


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Donald George MacBean: Woven seam in fabric and method of making same. JWI, Charles E Brown, June 20, 1978: US04095622 (28 worldwide citation)

A woven fabric and a method of forming a seam therein comprising a woven fabric as used for supporting a paper web on a paper making machine. The fabric has interwoven weft and warp strands with the strands in the machine direction being flexible strands incapable of retaining a stable crimp. The im ...



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