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John E Drach, Cleveland O Neal Jr: Modified cellulosic fibers and method for preparation thereof. Scott Paper Co, John A Weygandt, February 14, 1984: US04431481 (80 worldwide citation)

Cellulosic fibers, characterized by a lack of swellability and incapable of natural fiber-to-fiber bonding, are produced by a process which comprises treating an aqueous slurry of the fibers with a formaldehyde-free polymeric compound, heating the treated fibers to cause the polymeric compound to re ...


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Eugene J Pietreniak, Joseph Stankavage: Method of manufacturing a dry-formed, embossed adhesively bonded, nonwoven fibrous sheet. Scott Paper Co, Martin L Faigus, William J Foley, November 28, 1978: US04127637 (53 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a unique method of fabricating a dry-formed, adhesively bonded nonwoven sheet and to the sheet formed thereby. The method of this invention includes the steps of forming a low integrity, dry-formed fibrous web having a basis weight in the range of from about 30 grams per sq ...


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Method and apparatus for applying a surface coating to a travelling web, such as paper, and the improved product obtained thereby. Scott Paper Co, September 5, 1968: GB1126539-A (49 worldwide citation)

1,126,539. Web coating apparatus. SCOTT PAPER CO. 16 May, 1966 [17 May, 1965], No. 21726/66. Heading D1L. Apparatus for coating web materials e.g. textiles, paper, metal foils, plastics, comprises an electrically conductive electrode mounted adjacent one side of the web and connected to a D/C supply ...


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Yoh Ho Ward Julie: Wet wipes.. Scott Paper Co, April 25, 1990: EP0365160-A2 (30 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a wet wipe comprising a porous sheet impregnated with an aqueous lotion and, concentrated near the surface of the sheet, a hydrophobic ingredient entrapped in polymeric beads. The hydrophobic ingredient is usually a functional ingredient which is useful for treating the human skin ...


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Scattolino Thomas F, Stern Howard J, Trumbull John G, Wolkowicz Richard I: Non-creped web and method for making same.. Scott Paper Co, July 6, 1994: EP0604824-A1 (20 worldwide citation)

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% t ...


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Lazorisak Nicholas W, Skerrett John, Weikert Wayne F: Method of creping a paper web. Scott Paper Co, August 14, 1985: GB2152961-A (19 worldwide citation)

A sort but relatively strong paper web is produced by first creping a web from a Yankee dryer 1 at a dryness of about 95%, applying the web by means of adhesive to a creping drum 2, and creping the web from the creping drum. The web is treated between the first and second creping steps to reduce its ...


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Improvements in or relating to the coating of reticulated foam structures. Scott Paper Co, April 10, 1968: GB1109439-A (19 worldwide citation)

Solid particulate material is deposited on a reticulated organic, polymeric foam material by temporarily attaching said particulate material on the strands and nexae of said reticulated material by intimately dispersing said particulate material throughout the organic body, and subjecting the organi ...


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Richards Marc F: Preservative composition for wet wipes.. Scott Paper Co, January 10, 1990: EP0350275-A2 (18 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a preservative composition for a wet wipe product comprising carboxylic acids and grapefruit seed extract.


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Pippin Wallace H: Creping adhesive composition. Scott Paper Co, March 18, 1987: GB2179953-A (18 worldwide citation)

A creping adhesive composition useful in the production of soft paper products comprises: (a) a major proportion of a vinyl acetate homopolymer or a copolymer in which the vinyl acetate units form at least 90% by weight of the polymer, the said homopolymer or copolymer having a molecular weight of f ...


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Feller Jay M, Pippin Wallace H, Skerrett John R: Adhesive composition. Scott Paper Co, March 18, 1987: GB2179949-A (17 worldwide citation)

A thermoplastic creeping adhesive composition comprising: (a) a major proportion of a vinyl acetate homopolymer and/or a vinyl acetate copolymer in which the vinyl acetate units form at least 90% by weight of the polymer, the said homopolymer or copolymer having a molecular weight of from 500,000 to ...