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Richard T Ross: Bulk package for substantially wet sheets and dispensing device therefor. Scott Paper Company, Martin L Faigus, William J Foley, September 28, 1976: US03982659 (127 worldwide citation)

Dispensing devices employed in a bulk package of substantially wet sheets include a substantially flat section having an opening through which successive sheets are adapted to be individually dispensed. The opening includes curved surfaces which are substantially free of sharp angles and bends to pr ...


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Robert A Worrell Sr: Disposable, compactable moisture impervious package for premoistened sheets. Scott Paper Company, Martin L Faigus, William J Foley, December 26, 1978: US04131195 (102 worldwide citation)

A disposable, compactable moisture-impervious package for dispensing a stack of premoistened sheets has a pocket portion and a flap portion, each made of a pliable and compactable moisture-impervious material. The pocket portion has first and second walls adhered to each other to provide a compartme ...


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Robert A Worrell Sr, Richard T Ross: Flexible and pliable moisture-impervious package. Scott Paper Company, Martin L Faigus, William J Foley, March 11, 1980: US04192420 (101 worldwide citation)

A flexible, moisture-impervious package for moistened webs includes a pocket portion and a flap section. The pocket portion includes an interior compartment in which the moistened webs are retained. A weakened region provided in a top wall of the pocket portion defines a plug section that is separat ...


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Balbir Singh: Web accumulator. Scott Paper Company, Joseph H Yamaoka, William J Foley, March 1, 1977: US04009814 (78 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a web accumulator for accumulating and discharging a reserve portion of a continuous web passing through the accumulator. The accumulator, which is particularly useful for handling weak webs such as sanitary or tissue paper, includes first and second sets of rotatably mounted web rolls, ...


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Richard R Hepford, Clifford J Roberts Jr: Non-nested two-ply absorbent fibrous sheet material. Scott Paper Company, R Duke Vickrey, William J Foley, February 24, 1976: US03940529 (70 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a non-nested, two-ply, absorbent fibrous sheet material consisting of two webs which each have a plurality of crests and depressions on its surface facing the other web. The crests on each web are positioned between the crests of the other web and are spaced from the depressions of the ...


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James E Anderson: Absorbent fibrous structure and disposable diaper including same. Scott Paper Company, Martin L Faigus, William J Foley, September 23, 1980: US04223677 (69 worldwide citation)

An absorbent fibrous structure includes intermingled absorbent fibers of a varying length up to about 6.35 mm. These absorbent fibers are graded by length through the thickness of the structure so that long length absorbent fibers are more concentrated than shorter length absorbent fibers at a first ...


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Joseph W Callahan, John G Trumbull: Method of treating a low integrity dry-formed nonwoven web and product made therefrom. Scott Paper Company, Martin L Faigus, William J Foley, January 16, 1979: US04135024 (68 worldwide citation)

Densified regions are formed in a low integrity dry-formed nonwoven fibrous web by embossing a front surface of the web with spaced-apart raised surfaces of an embossing roll. The web is embossed to the extent that the densified regions will transmit a treating fluid completely through their thickne ...


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Barbara Faye Gilliland, Christine Arentzen Henisee: Prefolded and packaged disposable diaper. Scott Paper Company, Martin L Faigus, William J Foley, February 17, 1976: US03938523 (67 worldwide citation)

A substantially rectangular disposable diaper having a longitudinal dimension defined between end margins and a shorter transverse dimension defined between side margins is prefolded and packaged in a unique configuration including a double-pleat fold on each side of the diaper. Each double-pleat fo ...


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Evelyn H Krusko: Multilayer one-piece disposable diapers. Scott Paper Company, Martin L Faigus, William J Foley, September 21, 1976: US03981306 (65 worldwide citation)

Multilayer, one-piece, disposable diapers according to this invention include a liquid-impervious backing layer adapted to encircle the thigh and waist regions of a wearer and an absorbent pad adapted to contact the wearer in the perineal region. The absorbent pad is bonded to the backing layer over ...


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Eugene J Pietreniak, Joseph Stankavage: Method of manufacturing a dry-formed, embossed adhesively bonded, nonwoven fibrous sheet. Scott Paper Co, Martin L Faigus, William J Foley, November 28, 1978: US04127637 (53 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a unique method of fabricating a dry-formed, adhesively bonded nonwoven sheet and to the sheet formed thereby. The method of this invention includes the steps of forming a low integrity, dry-formed fibrous web having a basis weight in the range of from about 30 grams per sq ...