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Timothy M McFarland, Theodore B Lang: Selective layering of superabsorbents in meltblown substrates. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Paul A Leipold, Donald L Traut, J J Duggan, August 5, 1986: US04604313 (153 worldwide citation)

The invention generally provides for formation of meltblown material containing wood fiber on to a continuous foraminous belt. During formation a polymer and wood fiber first layer is applied to a moving belt from at least one bank of meltblown forming apparatus. This first layer does not contain su ...


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Kenneth M Enloe: Disposable garment having high-absorbency area. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Paul A Leipold, Donald L Traut, J J Duggan, April 29, 1986: US04585448 (125 worldwide citation)

The invention is generally accomplished by providing a disposable garment comprising a liquid impervious backing sheet, a liquid pervious body-side liner sheet, and an integral absorbent pad disposed between the liner and cover sheets. The absorbent pad is provided with a high absorbency area extend ...


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David T Strohbeen, John I VanDeurzen: Disposable underpants having discrete outer seals. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Paul A Leipold, Donald L Traut, J J Duggan, September 9, 1986: US04610681 (121 worldwide citation)

The invention is generally accomplished by providing a disposable undergarment having a multi-layer web and sealed with small, neat, exterior seams. The exterior seams are sealed along a plurality of narrow lines such that the total seam is less than about 3/16" wide with the bonding area forming ab ...


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Frederich O Lassen, Earle H Sherrod, Ann M Nichols, Paul J Serbiak: Method and pad allowing improved placement of catamenial device. Kimberly Clark Corporation, P A Leipold, D L Traut, J J Duggan, June 16, 1987: US04673403 (120 worldwide citation)

The invention is generally accomplished by providing an incontinent garment or feminine pad having an indicator thereon to aid in proper placement of the pad onto the body of the wearer.


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Timothy M McFarland, Theodore B Lang: Selective layering of superabsorbents in meltblown substrates. Kimberly Clark Corporation, P A Leipold, D L Traut, J J Duggan, April 7, 1987: US04655757 (103 worldwide citation)

The invention generally provides for formation of meltblown material containing wood fiber on to a continuous foraminous belt. During formation a polymer and wood fiber first layer is applied to a moving belt from at least one bank of meltblown forming apparatus. This first layer does not contain su ...


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Paulette M Rosch, Thomas J Kopacz: Refastenable tape system for disposable diapers and similar garments. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Paul A Leipold, Donald L Traut, J J Duggan, April 29, 1986: US04585450 (86 worldwide citation)

A refastenable tape member (20) for disposable garments comprising a stationary release element (50) secured to the garment, a secondary tape element (30) including an adhesive layer (33) with a portion (34) adhered to the garment and another portion (35) free thereof, and a primary tape element (40 ...


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Russell L Johnson, Frederich O Lassen: Interlabial pad. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Paul A Leipold, D L Traut, J J Duggan, June 17, 1986: US04595392 (80 worldwide citation)

An interlabial pad as provided having a cylindrodially-shaped central portion and oppositely disposed flaps. The method for forming the interlabial pad involves folding a pad blank along the central longitudinal axis and gathering and attaching the blank at spaced-apart portions below the fold line ...


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Timothy M McFarland: Elasticized bow-shaped dual baffle pad. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Paul A Leipold, J J Duggan, April 1, 1986: US04579556 (78 worldwide citation)

The invention generally provides a pad that has a double system of baffles at the edges. The pad is composed of an outer impervious backing sheet, an inner absorbent layer, and a body-side permeable web. The impervious backing sheet is of greater dimensions than the absorbent and is folded over the ...


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Alice Y Romans Hess, Frederick M Guenther, Lenore S Ryan: Reduced leakage menstrual pad with built-in fold lines. Kimberly Clark Corporation, P A Leipold, D L Traut, J J Duggan, April 7, 1987: US04655759 (71 worldwide citation)

A sanitary napkin is provided which minimizes the probability of side staining or side leakage by using embossed channels which are located adjacent to the longitudinal edges of the napkin. These embossed channels are activated during use by the thighs, allowing the sides of the napkin to fold upwar ...


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Frederich O Lassen, Dianne S Masten, Cheri L Schultz, Robert J Peerenboom: Anatomical pad. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Paul A Leipold, D L Traut, J J Duggan, December 9, 1986: US04627848 (67 worldwide citation)

An anatomical liner is provided which is ellipsoidal in both horizontal and vertical cross-section and is designed to be positioned and maintained within the vulva without penetrating the vaginal canal.