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Francisco Lorente Codorniu: Double-layer forming fabric. Nordiska Maskinfilt Aktiebolaget, January 31, 1978: US04071050 (98 worldwide citation)

A double-layer forming wire for paper-making, cellulose and similar machines, said wire being particularly arranged to prevent marking on the material to be formed. The wire comprises two layers of weft yarns interconnected by warp threads, the weft layer intended to face the material to be formed ( ...


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Arne Boris Johansson, Francisco Lorente Codorniu, Ingvald Strandly: Forming fabric and a method for its manufacture. Nordiska Maskinfilt Aktiebolaget, August 16, 1977: US04041989 (90 worldwide citation)

A forming fabric for use in paper-making, cellulose or similar machines. The fabric comprising two layers of synthetic weft threads and synthetic warp threads. The latter interconnecting the weft thread layers but also binding separately the weft threads of the layer forming the paper making side of ...


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Hans Jorgen Bugge, Ingvald Strandly, Carl Olof Swanberg: Forming wire for use in paper-making, cellulose and similar machines. Nordiska Maskinfilt Aktiebolaget, Kane Dalsimer Kane Sullivan and Kurucz, September 12, 1978: US04112982 (75 worldwide citation)

A forming wire for use in paper-making, cellulose and similar machines, comprising a first layer of weft threads, which layer is intended in the position of use of the wire to face the material to be formed, a second layer of weft threads, which layer is intended in the position of use of the wire t ...


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Manns Bernt Hugo: Roll-up door. Nordiska Maskinfilt Aktiebolaget, April 22, 1975: US3878879 (60 worldwide citation)

In a roll-up door having a flexible door-leaf arranged to be wound about a roller for closing and opening the door, means for maintaining said door-leaf in a stretched condition laterally, said means including trolleys running in guide rails provided in vertical side frames, and means for maintainin ...


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Codorniu Francisco Lorente: Machine cloth for the paper or cellulose industries. Nordiska Maskinfilt Aktiebolaget, June 11, 1974: US3815645 (49 worldwide citation)

A papermaker's cloth or a cloth for similar purposes having interlacing means at both transverse edges of the cloth in the shape of loops which, when interlocked form a continuous joint in said cloth. The locking loops are formed by weaving the weft yarns in two different layers about one or two tem ...


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Lars B Osterberg, Bengt A Unneberg: Method for separating a paper web from a forming fabric in a paper-making machine. Nordiska Maskinfilt Aktiebolaget, May 15, 1979: US04154648 (12 worldwide citation)

A method for the separation of the paper web from the forming fabric in a paper-making machine comprising dividing the web into lengthwise strips to lessen the web adherence to the wire by utilization of a spray means incorporating a plurality of nozzles and then effecting web knock-down and separat ...


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Lind Bjorn Ivar, Mansson Mans Gunnar Ove: Apparatus for detecting broken threads or other disturbances in a fibre web. Nordiska Maskinfilt Aktiebolaget, Kane Dalsimer Kane Sullivan Kurucz & Goldstein, June 18, 1974: US3818236 (10 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for the supervision of fibrous webs, or other sheet-like material, particularly within the textile and paper industries, with the purpose of detecting faults in webs. An emitter is positioned at one side of the web and arranged to give off a beam of light essentially at right angles to ...


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Manns Bernt Hugo: Machine for crosswise deposition of carded webs and a carded web manufactured by means of the machine. Nordiska Maskinfilt Aktiebolaget, January 26, 1971: US3558029 (6 worldwide citation)

A machine for crosswise deposition of carded webs and the like which are advanced on a feeder belt onto a continuously driven discharge belt. This latter belt is positioned below the feeder belt and travels in a direction essentially at right angles to the direction of movement of the feeder belt. T ...


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Eriksson Erik Birger: Machine felt comprising woven fabric having fibrous batt needled thereto. Nordiska Maskinfilt Aktiebolaget, October 1, 1974: US3839136 (4 worldwide citation)

Machine felts comprising a base fabric having a batt needled to one or both sides, the machine felt being suitable for use in the paper, cellulose and asbestos-cement industries, the base fabric having longitudinal spun yarns made of wool and/or synthetic staple fibres or multifilaments and transver ...


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