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Steven L Edwards, Guy H Super, Stephen J McCullough, Dean J Baumgartner, Richard W Eggen, David P Duggan, Jeffrey E Krueger, David W Lomax, Colin A Jones: Fabric crepe process for making absorbent sheet. Georgia Pacific Consumer Products, Michael W Ferrell, July 15, 2008: US07399378 (124 worldwide citation)

A process for making absorbent cellulosic paper products such as sheet for towel, tissue and the like, includes compactively dewatering a nascent web followed by wet belt creping the web at an intermediate consistency of anywhere from about 30 to about 60 percent under conditions operative to redist ...


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Steven L Edwards, Guy H Super, Stephen J McCullough, Dean J Baumgartner, Richard W Eggen, David P Duggan, Jeffrey E Krueger, David W Lomax, Colin A Jones: Absorbent sheet made by fabric crepe process. Georgia Pacific Consumer Products, Michael W Ferrell, September 15, 2009: US07588661 (50 worldwide citation)

A process for making absorbent cellulosic paper products such as sheet for towel, tissue and the like, includes compactively dewatering a nascent web followed by wet belt creping the web at an intermediate consistency of anywhere from about 30 to about 60 percent under conditions operative to redist ...


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Steven L Edwards, Guy H Super, Stephen J McCullough, Dean J Baumgartner, Richard W Eggen, David P Duggan, Jeffrey E Krueger, David W Lomax, Colin A Jones: Fabric crepe process for making absorbent sheet. Georgia Pacific Consumer Products, Michael W Ferrell, April 27, 2010: US07704349 (44 worldwide citation)

A process for making absorbent cellulosic paper products such as sheet for towel, tissue and the like, includes compactively dewatering a nascent web followed by wet belt creping the web at an intermediate consistency of anywhere from about 30 to about 60 percent under conditions operative to redist ...


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Steven L Edwards, Guy H Super, Stephen J McCullough, Dean J Baumgartner, Richard W Eggen, David P Duggan, Jeffrey E Krueger, David W Lomax, Colin A Jones: Absorbent sheet made by fabric crepe process. Georgia Pacific Consumer Products, Laura L Bozek, May 3, 2011: US07935220 (37 worldwide citation)

A process for making absorbent cellulosic paper products such as sheet for towel, tissue and the like, includes compactively dewatering a nascent web followed by wet belt creping the web at an intermediate consistency of anywhere from about 30 to about 60 percent under conditions operative to redist ...


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Steven L Edwards, Guy H Super, Stephen J McCullough, Dean J Baumgartner, Richard W Eggen, David P Duggan, Jeffrey E Krueger, David W Lomax, Colin A Jones: Fabric crepe process for making absorbent sheet. Ferrells Pllc, December 2, 2004: US20040238135-A1

A process for making absorbent cellulosic paper products such as sheet for towel, tissue and the like, includes compactively dewatering a nascent web followed by wet belt creping the web at an intermediate consistency of anywhere from about 30 to about 60 percent under conditions operative to redist ...


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Steven L Edwards, Guy H Super, Stephen J McCullough, Dean J Baumgartner, Richard W Eggen, David P Duggan, Jeffrey E Krueger, David W Lomax, Colin A Jones: Fabric Crepe process for making absorbent sheet. Patent Group Ga030 43, Georgia Pacific, October 2, 2008: US20080236772-A1

A process for making absorbent cellulosic paper products such as sheet for towel, tissue and the like, includes compactively dewatering a nascent web followed by wet belt creping the web at an intermediate consistency of anywhere from about 30 to about 60 percent under conditions operative to redist ...


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Steven L Edwards, Guy H Super, Stephen J McCullough, Dean J Baumgartner, Richard W Eggen, David P Duggan, Jeffrey E Krueger, David W Lomax, Colin A Jones: Fabric crepe process for making absorbent sheet. Patent Group Ga030 43, Georgia Pacific, October 9, 2008: US20080245492-A1

A process for making absorbent cellulosic paper products such as sheet for towel, tissue and the like, includes compactively dewatering a nascent web followed by wet belt creping the web at an intermediate consistency of anywhere from about 30 to about 60 percent under conditions operative to redist ...


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Steven L Edwards, Guy H Super, Stephen J McCullough, Dean J Baumgartner, Richard W Eggen, David P Duggan, Jeffrey E Krueger, David W Lomax, Colin A Jones: Absorbent sheet made by fabric crepe process. Georgia Pacific, December 3, 2009: US20090294079-A1

A process for making absorbent cellulosic paper products such as sheet for towel, tissue and the like, includes compactively dewatering a nascent web followed by wet belt creping the web at an intermediate consistency of anywhere from about 30 to about 60 percent under conditions operative to redist ...