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Buell Kenneth Barclay: Tape fastening system for disposable diaper. The Procter & Gamble Company, Linman E Kelly, Braun Frederick H, Gorman John V, November 19, 1974: US3848594 (417 worldwide citation)

An improved tape fastener system for stronger securement of a tape fastener to corners of a disposable diaper, especially for diapers having relatively weak and/or extensible members. The tape fastener system has several elements which are parallel and are attached to the front and back surface of t ...


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Hartwell Edward Wallace: Breathable, liquid inpervious backsheet for absorptive devices. The Procter & Gamble Company, Braun Frederick H, Gorman John V, Witte Monte D, May 6, 1975: US3881489 (134 worldwide citation)

A backing for a disposable diaper being a combination of two layers. The first layer is a low void volume perforated thermoplastic film. The second layer is a porous high void volume hydrophobic tissue which is adjacent the first layer.


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Ayers Peter G: Process for forming absorbent paper by imprinting a semi-twill fabric knuckle pattern thereon prior to final drying and paper thereof. The Procter & Gamble Company, Linman E Kelly, Braun Frederick H, Gorman John V, September 16, 1975: US3905863 (120 worldwide citation)

A low-density, soft, bulky and absorbent paper sheet exhibiting a diamond-shaped pattern in its surface after creping, said paper being characterized by having a cross-directional stretch of from about 3.5 percent to about 6 percent, as well as improved softness, surface feel and drape, said paper s ...


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Schaefer Jean Edward: Catamenial aggregate absorbent body. The Procter & Gamble Company, Braun Frederick H, Gorman John V, Witte Richard C, June 11, 1974: US3815601 (40 worldwide citation)

A tampon wherein the absorbent body is an aggregate of separate pieces of low modulus, resilient, absorbent foam. The aggregate is held together by an encasing overwrap which is relatively loose about the aggregate to permit some relative motion between adjacent pieces of foam. The mesh of the overw ...


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Duncan Robert C, Smith Grace L: Absorbent bandage. The Procter & Gamble Company, Linman E Kelly, Braun Frederick H, Gorman John V, March 18, 1975: US3871378 (28 worldwide citation)

An absorbent bandage or sanitary napkin suitable for use as either a catamenial or an incontinent device adapted to conform more effectively to the shape of the body in the area of the female genitalia whether the wearer is in a standing, sitting or lying position, said napkin being so constructed a ...


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Evans Stephen F, Sorensen Eugene R: Machine for packaging flexible articles. The Procter & Gamble Company, Braun Frederick H, Gorman John V, Witte Richard C, May 14, 1974: US3810344 (17 worldwide citation)

A machine for packaging flexible articles, e.g. disposable diapers, which includes mechanism for forming a stack containing a predetermined number of articles including devices for moving the stack and pushing it into a suitable container. The machine includes an infeed conveyor section used to conv ...


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Smearsoll Wayne W, Kaar John F: Filling containers with friable particles. The Procter & Gamble Company, Witte Richard C, Braun Frederick H, Slone Thomas J, January 22, 1974: US3786844 (9 worldwide citation)

A method of filling a succession of containers with friable particles so that the average weight of volumetrically filled containers is substantially uniform, the method comprising controlling the cross-sectional area of an aperture through which the particles flow from a hopper into the container, ...


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Willhite William Junior, Strube Herbert Eugene: Web perforating apparatus. The Proctor & Gamble Company, Braun Frederick H, Gorman John V, Witte Richard C, November 5, 1974: US3845682 (7 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for continuously cutting side-by-side rectangular perforated areas in a web of paper or non-woven material. The apparatus includes spaced machine direction perforator wheels with coacting anvil wheels, a cammed slitter to cut short slits in the machine direction in the corner areas of the ...