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Bauer Walter G, Balzar Tammy J, Christoffel Sarah L, Przepasniak Ann Marie, Sojka Marci E: Device with pull tab activation. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Bauer Walter G, Balzar Tammy J, Christoffel Sarah L, Przepasniak Ann Marie, Sojka Marci E, PUGLIESE Sebastian C III, November 16, 2006: WO/2006/121598 (4 worldwide citation)

A fluid-containing pouch (50) is presented including a top layer (55) having an outer surface (60); a bottom layer (65) attached to the top layer (55) and forming a cavity (70) therebetween; an opening (75) in the top layer allowing fluid communication between the cavity and the outer surface; a sea ...


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Sojka Marci E, Lang Frederick J, Przepasniak Ann Marie, Balzar Tammy J, Christoffel Sarah L, Bryant Kristi Jo, Nennig Catherine A, Kutchenriter Mary F: Malodor reduction patch. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Sojka Marci E, Lang Frederick J, Przepasniak Ann Marie, Balzar Tammy J, Christoffel Sarah L, Bryant Kristi Jo, Nennig Catherine, A, Kutchenriter Mary, F, PUGLIESE Sebastian C III, November 16, 2006: WO/2006/121599 (2 worldwide citation)

A patch is presented for use in conjunction with a surface, the patch including a backsheet having an adherent surface, wherein the backsheet is translucent; an outermost surface opposite the adherent surface; an adhesive applied to the adherent surface; a peel layer removably attached to the adhesi ...


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Lindsay Jeffrey Dean, Chen Fung Jou, Vogt Robert Eugene, Bednarz Julie Marie, Sun Tong, Makoui Kambiz Bayat: Method of making molded cellulosic webs for use in absorbent articles. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, PUGLIESE Sebastian, April 19, 2001: WO/2001/026592 (1 worldwide citation)

Methods are disclosed for producing absorbent articles comprising molded airlaid webs and other molded fibrous webs. The molded webs can offer improved body fit and/or improved fluid handling. Molded airlaid webs, for example, can be formed having a central longitudinal hump (22) and flexure zones ( ...


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Chen Fung Jou, Lindsay Jeffrey Dean, Bednarz Julie Marie, Perkins Cheryl Anne, Sun Tong, Makoui Kambiz Bayat: Absorbent articles with molded cellulosic webs. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, PUGLIESE Sebastian, April 19, 2001: WO/2001/026595 (1 worldwide citation)

Absorbent articles comprising molded airlaid webs and other molded fibrous webs are disclosed. The molded webs can offer improved body fit, comfort, and/or improved fluid handling. Molded airlaid webs, for example, can be formed having a central longitudinal hump and flexure zones longitudinally rem ...


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Lindsay Jeffrey Dean, Burazin Mark Alan, Chen Fung Jou, Hermans Michael Alan, Lin Philip Sim, Padon Kathryn Sirovatka: Improved deflection members for tissue production. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, PUGLIESE Sebastian C III, May 30, 2002: WO/2002/041815 (1 worldwide citation)

Improved deflection members are disclosed for imparting texture to a web through the use of pressing, imprinting, or related technologies, In one embodiment, such deflection members include fabrics having raised elements that contact the web and deflection conduits, wherein the deflection member com ...


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Tanner James Jay, Koller Harold Jay: Method of forming and metering fluff pulp. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, PUGLIESE Sebastian C III, July 19, 2001: WO/2001/051701 (1 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a method and apparatus for fiberizing bales of pulp into substantially dry fibers and fiber aggregates, i.e., dry fluff, and metering the resulting dry fluff to a receptacle or other process, such as an airlaid process for making disposable absorbent articles. On ...


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Chen Fung Jou, Lindsay Jeffrey Dean, Bednarz Julie Marie, Dipalma Joseph: Absorbent article with a central rising member. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, PUGLIESE Sebastian, April 12, 2001: WO/2001/024754 (1 worldwide citation)

An absorbent article is disclosed having excellent body fit, center-fill fluid handling performance, and good leakage control in that flow from the center of the article to the longitudinal sides thereof is hindered by a wicking barrier. The article comprises a lower absorbent member, an horizontal ...


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Chen Fung Jou, Bednarz Julie M, Lindsay Jeffrey D, Di, Palma Joseph: Absorbent article having good body fit under dynamic conditions. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, PUGLIESE Sebastian C III, April 13, 2000: WO/2000/019956 (1 worldwide citation)

An absorbent article with improved body fit wherein a combination of downward-deflecting crease lines and an upward-deflecting shaping line are used in outer and central absorbent members, respectively, to achieve a form-fitting geometry in the crotch region while also enhancing control over fluid f ...


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Hamilton Wendy L, Sorebo Heather A, Reeves William G, Hansen Patsy A, Damay Emmanuelle C, Makolin Robert J, Dipalma Joseph, Chen Fung Jou, Lindsay Jeffrey D: Absorbent articles with nits and free-flowing particles. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, PUGLIESE Sebastian C III, October 26, 2000: WO/2000/062730

Absorbent articles comprising fibrous nits and other free-flowing particles are disclosed. In one embodiment, an absorbent article is disclosed comprising free-flowing particles in a central portion which, in conjunction with other absorbent members, provides excellent body fit and good fluid handli ...


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Hamilton Wendy L, Sorebo Heather A, Reeves William G, Hansen Patsy A, Damay Emmanuelle C, Makolin Robert J, Dipalma Joseph, Chen Fung Jou, Lindsay Jeffrey D: Absorbent articles and methods for producing the same. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, PUGLIESE Sebastian C III, October 26, 2000: WO/2000/063487

Free flowing particles useful in absorbent articles are disclosed, including fibrous nits and methods of preparing fibrous nits. In one embodiment, fibrous nits are prepared from disperging cellulosic fibers in the presence of a nit conditioner which modifies nit particle size and properties for imp ...