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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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David Drew Raines, Farminder S Anand, Theodore D Kennedy, David S Veldhuizen, Mark S Hunter, Dean J Baumgartner: Sheet edge trimming and removal from a structured paper fabric. Georgia Pacific Consumer Products, Laura L Bozek, March 29, 2016: US09297119 (1 worldwide citation)

The disclosure relates to a method for trimming unwanted edges from a moving paper web. The disclosure also relates to the trimming of unwanted edges while the web is traveling on a structured papermaking fabric. The method uses a water nozzle having a diameter of 0.02″ or less. The method also incl ...


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Mark S Hunter, Dean J Baumgartner, David Drew Raines, Theodore D Kennedy, David S Veldhuizen, Glenn W Busch, Mitchell S Edbauer: Process for cleaning a transport belt for manufacturing a paper web. GPCP IP Holdings, Laura L Bozek, February 12, 2019: US10201840

The disclosure relates to a continuous cleaning method for cleaning a moving fabric in a paper machine. The method uses one or more cleaning stages. In one embodiment, one cleaning stage applies steam to heat and soften contaminants on the fabric followed by the application of water, preferably supe ...


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David Drew Raines, Farminder Singh Anand, Theodore D Kennedy, David S Veldhuizen, Mark S Hunter, Dean J Baumgartner: Sheet edge trimming and removal from a structured paper fabric. Georgia Pacific Consumer Products, Laura L Bozek, March 3, 2015: US08968519

The disclosure relates to a method for trimming unwanted edges from a moving paper web. The disclosure also relates to the trimming of unwanted edges while the web is traveling on a structured papermaking fabric. The method uses a water nozzle having a diameter of 0.02″ or less. The method also incl ...


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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 ...