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Bryan David Haynes, Laura Elizabeth Keck, Charles Allen Smith, Ty Jackson Stokes, David Craige Strack: Wipers comprising point unbonded webs. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, James B Robinson, October 5, 1999: US05962112 (86 worldwide citation)

There is provided a wiper comprising a first web of fibers of at most 50 microns in diameter wherein said web has been bonded using a point unbonded pattern having a bond area between about 25 and 50 percent. The wiper can be made from thermoplastic polymer nonwoven fibers made by the meltblowing, s ...


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Bryan David Haynes, Jeffrey Lawrence McManus, Jark Chong Lau: High bulk nonwoven sorbent. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, William D Herrick, July 29, 1997: US05652048 (80 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an improved high sorbency nonwoven fabric and its use particularly as an oilsorb material. The high sorbency nonwoven is preferably made by meltblowing and perturbing thermoplastic fibers of, for example, propylene polymers. The sorbent nonwovens have high bulk and strength, oil capacit ...


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Darryl Franklin Clark, Justin Max Duellman, Bryan David Haynes, Matthew Boyd Lake, Jeffrey Lawrence McManus, Kevin Edward Smith: Fine multicomponent fiber webs and laminates thereof. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Douglas H Tulley, Robert A Ambrose, April 20, 2004: US06723669 (49 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides multicomponent fine fiber webs and multilayer laminates thereof having an average fiber diameter less than about 7 micrometers and comprising a first olefin polymer component and a second distinct polymer component such as an amorphous polyolefin or polyamide. Multilay ...


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Bryan David Haynes, Billy Dean Arnold, Justin Max Duellman, Ryan Clinton Frank, Jeffrey Lawrence McManus, Charles Allen Smith, Ty Jackson Stokes, Kevin Edward Smith, Darryl Franklin Clark, Debra Jean McDowall, Samuel Edward Marmon, Christopher Cosgrove Creagan, Xin Ning, David Lewis Myers: Bicomponent nonwoven webs containing splittable thermoplastic filaments and a third component. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Pauley Peterson & Erickson, February 3, 2004: US06686303 (42 worldwide citation)

An improved nonwoven web composite is formed by combining splittable bicomponent thermoplastic filaments with a component selected from other fibers and particles. The bicomponent filaments include distinct regions of first and second incompatible polymers extending the length of the filaments. Afte ...


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Irwin J Singer, Bryan David Haynes: Nonwoven fabric laminate with meltblown web having a gradient fiber size structure. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Pauley Petersen & Erickson, August 30, 2005: US06936554 (34 worldwide citation)

A nonwoven fabric laminate having a meltblown layer positioned between two spunbond nonwoven layers. The meltblown layer having a gradient fiber size structure across a thickness thereof with at least one layer of coarse meltblown fibers. In one embodiment, the gradient fiber size structure has at l ...


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Kevin Edward Smith, Bryan David Haynes, Justin Max Duellman, Ann Louise McCormack, Jeffrey Lawrence McManus, Charles Allen Smith, Debra Jean McDowall, Samuel Edward Marmon, Christopher Cosgrove Creagan, Xin Ning, David Lewis Myers, Darryl Franklin Clark: Bicomponent nonwoven webs containing adhesive and a third component. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Pauley Petersen Kinne & Erickson, July 8, 2003: US06589892 (27 worldwide citation)

An improved nonwoven web composite is formed by combining bicomponent thermoplastic filaments having adhesive properties with a component selected from other fibers and particles. The bicomponent filaments include distinct regions of first and second incompatible polymers across a cross-section of i ...


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John Harold Weaving, Cecil David Haynes, John Edward Caulton: Catalytic device for an exhaust system for an internal combustion engine. British Leyland Motor Corporation, Brisebois & Kruger, May 25, 1976: US03958312 (20 worldwide citation)

A catalytic device for an internal combustion engine comprises a unitary refractory catalyst support surrounded by a combined thermal insulating and shock absorbing layer in turn closely surrounded by a gas impervious casing. A number of methods are disclosed of securing the layered support to the i ...


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Bryan David Haynes, Kevin James Kastner, Jark Chong Lau, Samuel Edward Marmon, Charles John Morell, Stephen Harding Primm, Thomas Gregory Triebes: Nonwoven process and apparatus. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, William D Herrick, August 10, 1999: US05935512 (18 worldwide citation)

Improved equipment and method for spinning filaments for nonwovens using an integral spinbank including one or more spinplates producing filament bundles separated by one or more central conduits for quench air. Embodiments include high velocity quench air driven into the central conduit or quench a ...


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Lee Cullen Boney, Bryan David Haynes, Matthew Boyd Lake: Process of making a nonwoven web. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Robert A Ambrose, January 24, 2006: US06989125 (17 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides continuous fiber nonwoven webs with high material formation uniformity and MD-to-CD balance of fiber directionality and material properties, as measured by a MD:CD tensile ratio of 1.2 or less, and desirably of about 1.0 or less, and laminates of the nonwoven webs. The ...


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Bryan David Haynes, Jark C Lau, Lee Cullen Boney, Robert James Baldy: Method for heating nonwoven webs. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Pauley Petersen Kinne & Fejer, January 23, 2001: US06176955 (16 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for increasing the heating efficiency of a nonwoven web using heated air are provided. A flow modifier including a turbulence inducing bar arrangement is positioned between the heated air supply and the nonwoven web. The flow modifier increases the turbulence of the heated ai ...



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