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Gentile Victor R, Hepford Richard R, Jappe Nicholas A, Roberts Jr Clifford J, Steward Gunnar E: Absorbent unitary laminate-like fibrous webs and method for producing them. Scott Paper Company, Vickrey R Duke, Foley William J, April 22, 1975: US3879257 (179 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a unitary or single-ply fibrous web having a laminate-like structure which consists of a soft, absorbent central core region of relatively low fiber concentration sandwiched between two strong, abrasion-resistant surface regions of higher fiber concentration. The surface regions have bo ...


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Benz Charles S: Method for forming apertured fibrous webs. Scott Paper Company, Faigus Martin L, Foley William J, May 6, 1975: US3881987 (70 worldwide citation)

Apertured fibrous webs are disclosed which are formed by a wet laying process, as on a papermaking machine, which webs have from about 100 to about 1,300 apertures per square inch of the web, the apertures being arranged in a predetermined pattern.A method is disclosed for forming the above-describe ...


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Drach John E, Roberts Jr Clifford John: Flushable, pre-moistened, sanitary wiper and method of manufacturing same. Scott Paper Company, Faigus Martin L, Foley William J, May 6, 1975: US3881210 (65 worldwide citation)

A flushable, pre-moistened wiper includes a continuous reinforcing layer of a water-dispersible thermoplastic material, and continuous webs of soft, fibrous material of high flexibility and water absorbency are adhered to opposed major surfaces of the reinforcing layer. The continuous webs are adher ...


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Roberts Jr Clifford J: Soft, absorbent, unitary, laminate-like fibrous web with delaminating strength and method for producing it. Scott Paper Company, Vickrey R Duke, Foley William J, September 2, 1975: US3903342 (64 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a unitary or single-ply, laminate-like fibrous web having first and second surface regions and a central core region which has less fiber concentration than the surface regions. Each surface region has a surface disposition of bonding material disposed only in that region to form a stro ...


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Breyer Walter Herman, Edelson Nathan Allen, Gilliland Barbara Faye, Schatz Clarence Henry: Multilayer one-piece disposable diapers. Scott Paper Company, Faigus Martin L, Foley William J, November 4, 1975: US3916900 (61 worldwide citation)

Multilayer, one-piece, disposable diapers including a moisture-pervious facing layer adapted to be positioned in engagement with a wearer; a fibrous absorbent core disposed beneath the facing layer for absorbing body fluids which pass through the facing layer; an elastomeric, wet-stable foam layer b ...


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Hoffman Louis S, Spruyt Harry: Moisture-impermeable package. Scott Paper Company, Faigus Martin L, Foley William J, October 15, 1974: US3841466 (58 worldwide citation)

Moisture-impermeable packages include a container having a bottom wall, upstanding side walls cooperating with the bottom wall for defining a compartment to retain product, and an upper wall defining an opening in communication with the compartment. A lid member movable between a closed position ove ...


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Buhayar Eric S: Method and apparatus for changing the spacing between discrete, flexible web product. Scott Paper Company, Faigus Martin L, Foley William J, August 6, 1974: US3827545 (53 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for changing the spacing between discrete, flexible web products employ, in seriatim, an inlet conveyor moving at a first predetermined speed, a speed regulator, and an outlet conveyor moving at a second predetermined speed. The speed regulator moves through a repeating cycle; e ...


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Hoffman Louis S, Spruyt Harry: Packaging system. Scott Paper Company, Faigus Martin L, Foley William J, September 9, 1975: US3904074 (47 worldwide citation)

A packaging system includes a container body having an upper lip defining an opening into an interior compartment thereof, and a unitary, snap-on closure attached to the container body. The closure has a top wall overlying the opening into the interior compartment, a downwardly extending peripheral ...


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Kolbach Charles G: Absorbent articles. Scott Paper Company, Faigus Martin L, Foley William J, January 14, 1975: US3860002 (41 worldwide citation)

An absorbent article includes an air-laid fibrous web having a medial portion of a greater basis weight than flanking end and side portions. The fibers forming one surface of the web are adhesively bonded together to provide an abrasion resistant, non-pilling, facing layer, and also to aid in mainta ...


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Ross Richard T: Packaging system including removable moisture-impervious sealing sheet. Scott Paper Company, Faigus Martin L, Foley William J, July 8, 1975: US3893566 (35 worldwide citation)

A moisture-impervious packaging system includes a container body having an upper margin defining an opening into an inner compartment thereof; a moisture-impervious sheet or film having a weakened region intermediate the forward and rearward ends thereof; and a closure having a transverse hinge inte ...