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Endres Dan Darold, Blenke Timothy James, Vogt Robert Eugene, Zehner Georgia Lynn, Levine Steven Harry, Kielpikowski David Peter, Vukos John Philip, Bruemmer Mary Ann: Conformable absorbent article.. Kimberly Clark Co, June 26, 1991: EP0433951-A2 (120 worldwide citation)

A conformable absorbent article (10) has a topsheet (26) that is designed to substantially fully contact the body of the wearer to provide improved performance in managing and containing body wastes. Management and containment of body wastes are improved by several structural elements that can be ut ...


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Zehner Georgia Lynn, Rosch Paulette Mary, Odorzynski Thomas Walter, Siebers Bruce Michael, Blenke Timothy James: Growth adjustable absorbent article.. Kimberly Clark Co, February 22, 1995: EP0639362-A2 (3 worldwide citation)

A growth adjustable diaper (2) for newborn babies is adjustable in length by use of a foldable absorbent panel (48) at the front edge (6) of the diaper and comprises an elastic member (50) positioned between the foldable panel (48) and a topsheet (18).


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Zehner Georgia Lynn, Rosch Paulette Mary, Odorzynski Thomas Walter, Siebers Bruce Michael, Blenke Timothy James: Growth adjustable absorbent diaper or the like. Kimberly Clark Co, March 8, 1995: GB2281501-A (3 worldwide citation)

A growth adjustable diaper (2) for newborn babies is adjustable in length by use of a foldable absorbent panel (48) at the front edge (6) of the diaper and comprises an elastic member (50) positioned between the foldable panel (48) and a topsheet (18).


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Partridge Mary Elizabeth, Blenke Timothy James, Everson Stephen Robert, Schroth Carl George, Venturino Michael Barth: Forming belt for making profiled layers. Kimberly Clark Co, April 26, 1995: GB2283028-A (1 worldwide citation)

A layer, such as an airlaid fibrous web (22), formed from a stream of particulate or fibrous material, supplied by means (24) such as a hammermill and deposited on an endless, foraminous forming belt (28) provided with a vacuum device (48). A selected three dimensional contour is formed into the out ...


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Vogt Robert Eugene, Blenke Timothy James: Method of making refastenable, pant-like disposable absorbent articles. Kimberly Clark Co, October 27, 2004: EP1470808-A2 (1 worldwide citation)

A method of making a refastenable, pant-like, disposable absorbent article includes attaching a pair of opposed side panels (48) to the side edges of an absorbent chassis (28) such that they extend laterally outward from and between the front and back waist regions of the article. One of the side ma ...


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Mcnichols Patrick Sean, Ehlert Thomas David, Blenke Timothy James, Husain Tauhid, Laughlin Barton Andrew, Klemp Paul Gordon, Condron John Ford, Heller Harold Norbert: Rotary ultrasonic bonder or processor capable of high speed intermittent processing. Kimberly Clark Co, September 15, 2004: EP1455957-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

An ultrasonic processing method and apparatus (20) can include a rotatable, ultrasonic horn member (28) that is operatively joined to an isolation member (42) which has high rigidity. A rotatable anvil member (86) can be cooperatively positioned to provide a selected horn-anvil gap (106), and an aut ...


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Blenke Timothy James, Ehlert Thomas D, Tanner James J, Koenig David W, Cohen Bernard: Process for the destruction of microorganisms on a product using ultrasonic energy. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Blenke Timothy James, Ehlert Thomas D, Tanner James J, Koenig David W, Cohen Bernard, GOFF Christopher M, July 13, 2006: WO/2006/073645 (1 worldwide citation)

A process for the destruction of microorganisms on a product using ultrasonic energy is disclosed. The process comprises contacting a product with an ultrasonic horn assembly and generating ultrasonic energy sufficient to result in a microorganism destruction rate of at least a 1-log kill.


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Vogt Robert Eugene, Blenke Timothy James: Extensible absorbent article including folded layers adjacent the absorbent core. Kimberly Clark Co, October 4, 2000: GB2348374-A

An absorbent article includes an absorbent pad and in extensible outer cover. The absorbent pad comprises an absorbent core surrounded by a first folded layer and optionally a second folded barrier layer. Folds of the first and second folded layers unfold and thereby open when an extensible bodyside ...


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Blenke Timothy James, Pozniak Jennifer Elizabeth, Elsberg Laura Linda, Surprise Jody Dorothy: Absorbent articles having belt loops and an adjustable belt. Kimberly Clark Co, September 19, 2001: GB2360194-A

Disposable absorbent articles which include an outer cover, an absorbent chassis, an adjustable belt and belt loops are described. The adjustable belt is located in one waist region of the absorbent article and includes a fastener on each of its opposed end portions. The belt loops are located inwar ...


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Zhou Peiguang, Blenke Timothy James: Hot-melt adhesive based on blend of amorphous and crystalline polymers for multi-layer bonding. Kimberly Clark Co, December 17, 2003: GB2389586-A

The present invention is generally directed to adhesive compositions comprising selected ratios of crystalline and amorphous polymers. In some versions of the invention, polymers capable of existing in different configurations (e.g., a polymer such as polypropylene which can exist in an atactic, syn ...