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Kamiyama Mie, Numata Miyuki: Composite fabric of island-in-sea type and process for producing the same. Teijin Fibers, December 13, 2006: EP1731634-A1 (44 worldwide citation)

The islands-in-sea type composite fiber of the present invention comprises a sea part containing an easily soluble polymer and 100 or more island parts containing a hardly soluble polymer, per fiber. In a cross-sectional profile of the composite fiber, each of the island parts has a thickness in the ...


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Mie Kamiyama, Miyuki Numata: Islands-in-sea type composite fiber and process for producing the same. Teijin Fibers, Sughrue Mion PLLC, November 24, 2009: US07622188 (42 worldwide citation)

The islands-in-sea type composite fiber of the present invention comprises a sea part containing an easily soluble polymer and 100 or more island parts containing a hardly soluble polymer, per fiber. In a cross-sectional profile of the composite fiber, each of the island parts has a thickness in the ...


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Hironori Goda, Nobuyuki Yamamoto: Synthetic staple fibers for an air-laid nonwoven fabric. Teijin Fibers, Sughrue Mion PLLC, July 14, 2009: US07560159 (38 worldwide citation)

Synthetic staple fibers having good air opening property and useful for producing an air-laid nonwoven fabric having excellent quality, have a fiber length of 0.1 to 45 mm and a cross-sectional profile having 1 to 30 concavities, in which cross-sectional profile the ratio D/L, of a largest depth D o ...


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Kenji Baba, Atsushi Suzuki: Composite fiber structure and method for producing the same. Teijin Fibers, Sughrue Mion PLLC, June 17, 2008: US07387976 (38 worldwide citation)

A web containing comprising side-by-side or eccentric core/shell conjugate short fibers A, which contain two kinds of polyester different from each other in intrinsic viscosity, and elastic conjugate fibers B, which contain a thermoplastic elastomer having a melting point lower by 40° C. or more tha ...


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Kenji Inagaki: Nonwoven fabric of polyester composite fiber. Teijin Fibers, Sughrue Mion PLLC, May 13, 2008: US07371701 (35 worldwide citation)

A nonwoven fabric of polyester composite fibers which has a satisfactory color tone (low value of b*). It is formed from short composite fibers obtained from a polyester polymer obtained with the following catalyst and a fusion-bondable polymer. The catalyst comprises: (1) a mixture of a phosphorus ...


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Azuma Makoto, Yasumitsu Rei: Projection screen. Teijin Fibers, July 26, 2007: JP2007-187976 (35 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a projection screen having a loudspeaker function and capable of being wound and stored.SOLUTION: A loudspeaker formed from a piezoelectric film both side of which are laminated with electrode films is stacked to either of the back or front of the main body of a shee ...


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Mie Kamiyama, Miyuki Numata: Islands-in-sea type composite fiber and process for producing same. Teijin Fibers, Sughrue Mion PLLC, March 22, 2011: US07910207 (33 worldwide citation)

The islands-in-sea type composite fiber of the present invention comprises a sea part containing an easily soluble polymer and 100 or more island parts containing a hardly soluble polymer, per fiber. In a cross-sectional profile of the composite fiber, each of the island parts has a thickness in the ...


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Tsukamoto Ryoji: Copolyester and splittable polyester conjugate fiber. Teijin Fibers, June 16, 2005: JP2005-154450 (33 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a copolyester having a good hue and suitable for use for splittable conjugate fibers and a splittable conjugate fiber excellent in process stability at the time of spinning and having a good hue.SOLUTION: The copolyester is an ethylene terephthalate-based copolyester ...


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Chikatsune Tetsuya, Toida Kozo, Horiuchi Hiroshi: Method for producing terephthalic acid cake suitable as polyester feedstock. Teijin Fibers, August 26, 2004: JP2004-238329 (20 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a terephthalic acid cake suitable as a feedstock for the direct polymerization method for polyester.SOLUTION: A method for producing the terephthalic acid cake suitable as a feedstock for polyester comprises the following process: A high-temperature/high-pressure rea ...


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Yasui Satoshi, Mizobata Seiji, Yamaguchi Takashi: Woven/knitted fabric improved with air permeability on becoming wet. Teijin Fibers, February 10, 2005: JP2005-036374 (12 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a woven/knitted fabric improved with its air permeability in a good performance on becoming wet without changing its dimension so much as compared with that of its dried state.SOLUTION: This woven/knitted fabric improved with its air permeability on becoming wet is c ...



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