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Bryan J Gisbourne: Papermakers fabrics. Scapa Porritt, Brady O Boyle & Gates, January 8, 1980: US04182381 (129 worldwide citation)

In order to reduce the rate of wear of a papermakers fabric having a loop seam, especially in the region of such loop seam, a protective facing of additional cross-machine direction yarns is provided at the intended roller side of the fabric. The additional yarns are woven integrally with the fabric ...


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Hans Albert: Papermakers fabric of nonwoven layers in a laminated construction. Scapa, Fleit Jacobson Cohn & Price, September 17, 1985: US04541895 (69 worldwide citation)

A papermakers fabric made up of a plurality of impervious nonwoven sheets joined together in a laminated arrangement to define the fabric or belt. Defined throughout the fabric are a series of drainage apertures which are created in the fabric by conventional techniques, such as laser drilling. The ...


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William J Harwood: Papermakers belt formed from warp yarns of non-circular cross section. Scapa, Fleit Jacobson Cohn & Price, March 27, 1984: US04438788 (68 worldwide citation)

A papermakers fabric having surface floats on both the paper surface and the non-paper contacting surface for improved sheet contact area and improved abrasion resistance. The fabric also includes a plurality of stuffer pick receiving sheds defined by warp yarns of non-circular cross section used to ...


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Buchanan Robert David, Jeffery John, Sayers Ian Christison: Papermachine clothing. Scapa Group, October 7, 1992: GB2254288-A (66 worldwide citation)

A base fabric for use in producing a papermakers fabric is proposed which includes superimposed layers (11, 12) of synthetic thermoplastics material in mesh form, the layers being secured together and at least one layer having load bearing yarns (16, 21) therein. Conveniently two of the superimposed ...


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Gordon Ashworth: Paper makers wet felts. Scapa Porritt, Karl F Ross, July 24, 1979: US04162190 (65 worldwide citation)

A paper making apparatus of the type having a movable endless belt which conveys a wet web of paper between a pair of pressure rollers for driving water out of the web and then passing the web to a drying zone. A surface layer of the belt is formed from a water-absorbent nonwoven fiber material and ...


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William J Harwood: Papermakers belt having smooth surfaces and enlarged seam loops. Scapa, Fleit Jacobson Cohn & Price, September 4, 1984: US04469142 (45 worldwide citation)

A papermakers fabric having surface floats on both the paper surface and the non-paper contacting surface for improved sheet contact area and improved abrasion resistance. The fabric also includes a plurality of stuffer pick receiving sheds defined by warp yarns used to weave the fabric. Each of the ...


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David Logan Lees, Colin Alfred Wild: Jointing of fabric ends to form an endless structure. Scapa Porritt, Shoemaker and Mattare, May 31, 1977: US04026331 (44 worldwide citation)

Loops are created at the ends of a woven papermaking machine forming fabric by a method which comprises removing weft yarns from the end of the fabric to give a weft-free zone, shortening selected ones of the warp yarns in the region of the weft-free zone, folding back the uncut warp yarns into regi ...


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William T Westhead: Anti-static dryer fabrics. Scapa Dryers, Fleit Jacobson Cohn & Price, December 13, 1983: US04420529 (41 worldwide citation)

A dryer felt or fabric with a reduced potential for creating static electricity when running on a papermaking machine. The fabric is woven from a number of machine direction and cross-machine direction yarns with selected machine direction and/or cross-machine direction yarns comprising a blend of a ...


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Terence Miller: Papermakers fabrics. Scapa Porritt, Fleit & Jacobson, September 15, 1981: US04289173 (41 worldwide citation)

The warp and/or the weft of a woven papermakers fabric is made from a combination of polyester monofilament yarns and separate yarns of a different material preferably a more wear-resistant material so that the polyester yarns give adequate dimensional stability while the other yarns impart a differ ...


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William T Westhead: Papermakers fabric using differential melt yarns. Scapa, Fleit Jacobson Cohn & Price, August 28, 1984: US04467839 (39 worldwide citation)

A papermakers fabric woven in accordance with a preselected weave pattern. The fabric has a top surface, a bottom surface, and a center plane interposed between the top and bottom surfaces. The fabric is woven using high melting point or high degradation temperature synthetic warp yarns and similarl ...