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Daniel J Geddes, Kathy Rigotti, Linda L Bunker, Patrick L Maynard, Robert Patterson, David H Hollenberg, Arthur C Berger: Process of using a perforated package of a composite integral material. The James River Corporation, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, December 17, 1996: US05585129 (29 worldwide citation)

A perforated package of a composite integral sheet material which includes a first layer of absorbent material, a second layer of printable material and an impermeable pigmented polymer layer interposed between the first and second layers. The composite material has a plurality of air pockets formed ...


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Daniel J Geddes, Kathy Rigotti, Linda L Bunker, Arthur C Berger, Patrick L Maynard, Robert Patterson, David H Hollenberg: Perforated package of a composite integral sheet material. The James River Corporation of Virginia, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, March 21, 1995: US05399366 (22 worldwide citation)

A perforated package of a composite integral sheet material which includes a first layer of absorbent material, a second layer of printable material and an impermeable pigmented polymer layer interposed between the first and second layers. The composite material has a plurality of air pockets formed ...


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Robert Patterson, Daniel J Geddes, David H Hollenberg, Patrick L Maynard: Composite integral sheet of highly absorbent wrap material with hydrophobic water-vapor-permeable pellicle. The James River Corporation of Virginia, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, January 2, 1996: US05480693 (21 worldwide citation)

A composite integral sheet of wrap material which includes a first layer of absorbent material containing fibers bearing foraminous hydrophobic water-vapor-permeable pellicles, a second layer of printable material and an impermeable pigmented polymer layer interposed between the first and second lay ...


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Daniel J Geddes, Kathy Rigotti, Linda L Bunker, Arthur C Berger, Patrick L Maynard, Robert Patterson, David H Hollenberg: Method of using a perforated package. James River Corporation, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, March 11, 1997: US05609901 (21 worldwide citation)

A perforated package of a composite integral sheet material which includes a first layer of absorbent material, a second layer of printable material and an impermeable pigmented polymer layer interposed between the first and second layers. The composite material has a plurality of air pockets formed ...


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Daniel J Geddes, Kathy Rigotti, Linda L Bunker, Arthur C Berger, Patrick L Maynard, Robert Patterson, David H Hollenberg: Perforated package of a composite integral sheet material. James River Corporation of Virginia, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, October 1, 1996: US05560945 (19 worldwide citation)

A perforated package of a composite integral sheet material which includes a first layer of absorbent material, a second layer of printable material and an impermeable pigmented polymer layer interposed between the first and second layers. The composite material has a plurality of air pockets formed ...


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Robert Patterson, Daniel J Geddes, David H Hollenberg, Patrick L Maynard: Composite integral sheet of highly absorbent wrap material with hydrophobic water-vapor-permeable pellicle and method of making same. The James River Corporation, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, December 10, 1996: US05582674 (13 worldwide citation)

A composite integral sheet of wrap material which includes a first layer of absorbent material containing fibers bearing foraminous hydrophobic water-vapor-permeable pellicles, a second layer of printable material and an impermeable pigmented polymer layer interposed between the first and second lay ...


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Christopher M Reinsel, Daniel J Geddes, William J Kane: Electronic dispenser for dispensing sheet products. Georgia Pacific Consumer Products, Joel T Charlton, September 14, 2010: US07793882 (10 worldwide citation)

A dispenser for dispensing sheet product includes a housing, a proximity sensor operative to detect a presence of a user's hand at a predetermined location near the dispenser, and a dispensing mechanism disposed within the housing, the dispensing mechanism including an electronic controller operably ...


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Harold J Goeking, Daniel J Geddes, Paul J Ruthven, Kang Chang Yeh, Alexandre Izmailov, Paul Waterhouse, Panagiotis Zosimadis: Product, dispenser and method of dispensing product. Georgia Pacific Consumer Products, Deborah K Butler, Georgia Pacific, April 24, 2012: US08165716 (10 worldwide citation)

A method of dispensing product includes determining by a processor if product loaded into a dispenser is authorized for use in the dispenser by identifying a reference indication associated with the product; in response to determination that the product is authorized, dispense a first amount of prod ...


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James K Timmers, Chester W Gooding Jr, Daniel J Geddes: Curl limiting napkin dispenser. Fort James Corporation, Michael W Ferrell, November 30, 2004: US06824007 (10 worldwide citation)

A curl reducing adapter kit for a napkin dispenser used for dispensing interfolded napkins including an enclosure with a dispensing wall defining a dispensing slot and a slidably mounted, biased pressure carriage adapted to advance a stack of napkins in the enclosure toward the dispensing wall inclu ...


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Jonathan E Rush, Bruce R Smith, Thomas R Toczek, Daniel J Geddes, Warren G Wiedmeyer: Lid for cups with non-helical brim. Fort James Corporation, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis L, May 2, 2000: US06056145 (8 worldwide citation)

A lid for use on a cup having a radially outwardly projecting non-helical brim extending around a mouth thereof. The lid is formed of plastic and comprises a center portion, and a flexible skirt extending downwardly from an outer periphery of the center portion. The skirt includes a radially inwardl ...