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Richard H Young Sr, Amar N Neogi, Michael R Hansen, Kevin T Hodgson, Donald D Halabisky, David G Marsh, Christel Brunnenkant, David W Park, Paul G Gaddis, William C Johnston Jr: Binder coated discontinuous fibers with adhered particulate materials. Weyerhaeuser Company, Klarquist Sparkman Campbell Leigh & Whinston, July 11, 1995: US05432000 (168 worldwide citation)

A fiber product comprises dry discontinuous fibers having a starch binder on at least a portion of the fiber surfaces, at least about seventy percent of the starch binder coated fibers being unbonded to one another, solid particles are adhered to the fibers by the binder without the binder entirely ...


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Lee E Perdelwitz Jr, Robert H Young, Ron H Iff, David E Hanke, Kathleen S Allison, Raimo K Rahkonen, Amar N Neogi: Thermoplastic material containing absorbent pad or other article. Weyerhaeuser Company, Klarquist Sparkman Campbell Leigh & Whinston, December 12, 1989: US04886697 (123 worldwide citation)

Materials have at least one layer comprising a mixture of thermoplastic and other fibers. This latter layer may be thermobonded together and then densified along at least a section of the eventual peripheral edge margin of an article to be formed from the material. Thermoplastic material-containing ...


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Mengkui Luo, Vincent A Roscelli, Amar N Neogi, Richard A Jewell: Lyocell fibers and process for their preparation. Weyerhaeuser Company, Christensen O&apos Connor Johnson & Kindness PLLC, May 22, 2001: US06235392 (98 worldwide citation)

The invention is lyocell fiber characterized by a pebbled surface as seen at high magnification and having a variable cross section and diameter along and between fibers. The fiber is produced by centrifugal spinning, melt blowing or its espunbonding variation. The fibers can be made in the microden ...


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Mengkui Luo, Amar N Neogi: Lyocell fibers having enhanced CV properties. The Weyerhauser Company, Christensen O&apos Connor Johnson Kindness PLLC, April 24, 2001: US06221487 (76 worldwide citation)

The invention is lyocell fiber characterized by a pebbled surface as seen at high magnification and having a variable cross section and diameter along and between fibers. The fiber is produced by centrifugal spinning, meltblowing or its spunbonding variation. The fibers can be made in the microdenie ...


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Mengkui Luo, Vincent A Roscelli, Amar N Neogi, Richard A Jewell: Lyocell nonwoven fabric. Weyerhaeuser Company, Christensen O Connor Johnson Kindness, June 27, 2006: US07067444 (71 worldwide citation)

A lyocell nonwoven fabric having fibers characterized by pebbled surfaces and variable cross sections and diameters along the fibers and from fiber to fiber, is disclosed. The lyocell nonwoven fabric is produced by centrifugal spinning, melt blowing or spunbonding. The lyocell nonwoven fabric has fi ...


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Mengkui Luo, Vincent A Roscelli, Amar N Neogi, Richard A Jewell: Lyocell nonwoven fabric and process for making. Weyerhaeuser Company, Christensen O&apos Connor Johnson Kindness PLLC, July 22, 2003: US06596033 (70 worldwide citation)

The invention is lyocell fiber characterized by a pebbled surface as seen at high magnification and having a variable cross section and diameter along and between fibers. The fiber is produced by centrifugal spinning, melt blowing or its spunbonding variation. The fibers can be made in the microdeni ...


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Lee E Perdelwitz Jr, Paul G Gaddis, Ron H Iff, Michael E Cotie, Amar N Neogi: Fire resistant thermoplastic material containing absorbent article. Weyerhaeuser Company, Klarquist Sparkman Campbell Leigh & Whinston, January 9, 1990: US04892769 (63 worldwide citation)

Materials have at least one layer comprising a mixture of thermoplastic and other fibers. This latter layer may be thermobonded together and then densified along at least a section of the eventual peripheral edge margin of an article to be formed from the material. Thermoplastic material-containing ...


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Mengkui Luo, Vincent A Roscelli, Senén Camarena, Amar N Neogi, Michael J Yancey, Paul G Gaddis: Lyocell fibers having high hemicellulose content. Weyerhaeuser Company, Christensen O&apos Connor Johnson Kindness PLLC, February 17, 2004: US06692827 (60 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a lyocell fiber having a high hemicellulose content. The fibers are readily cut into staple lengths and can be spun into yarns with excellent knitting and weaving characteristics which dye exceptionally well. The fibers have a cotton-like denier.


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Mengkui Luo, Vincent A Roscelli, Amar N Neogi: Cellulosic pulp having low degree of polymerization values. Weyerhaeuser Company, Christensen O&apos Connor Johnson Kindness PLLC, March 16, 2004: US06706876 (58 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a pulp useful for making lyocell fibers. The pulp has a degree of polymerization from about 300 to about 1000; an alpha cellulose content of less than about 90% and in one instance can be made in a roll form. The degree of polymerization can be modified by acid h ...


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Mengkui Luo, Vincent A Roscelli, Amar N Neogi, James E Sealey II, Richard A Jewell: Lyocell film made from cellulose having low degree of polymerization values. Weyerhaeuser, August 27, 2002: US06440547 (57 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides lyocell films, having a high hemicellulose content of at least 5%, a low copper number of less than 2, and including cellulose that has a low average degree of polymerization (D.P.) in the range of about 200 to 1100.