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Jaime Braverman
Jaime Braverman, Michael Allen Daley, Arthur Edward Garavaglia, Rebecca Griffin, Tamara Lee Mace, David Wayne Primm, Eugenio Go Varona, Ali Yahiaoui: Multilayer cover system and method for producing same. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Pauley Peterson Kinne & Fejer, January 2, 2001: US06168849 (57 worldwide citation)

A multilayer material suitable for use as a cover or topsheet for personal care absorbent articles such as diapers, sanitary pads, adult incontinence garments, training pants and the like having a top layer and a bottom, where the top layer forms a plurality of apertures and contacts the bottom laye ...


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Jaime Braverman
Eugenio Go Varona, Monica Lynn Bontrager, Jaime Braverman, Kuo Shu Edward Chang, Michael Allen Daley, Karen Lynn English, Arthur Edward Garavaglia, Hristo Angelov Hristov, Nancy Donaldson Kollin, Tamara Lee Mace, David Michael Matela, Sharon Rymer, Reginald Smith, Roland Columbus Smith Jr, Michael Donald Sperl: Creped materials. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, James B Robinson, January 4, 2005: US06838154 (16 worldwide citation)

There is provided a resilient, three dimensional material having fibrous texture and appearance and capable of fluid handling. It consists of a top surface and a bottom surface wherein fiber-like elements typically extend from one surface to the other forming flat to undulating surfaces characterize ...


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Eugenio Go Varona: Creped nonwoven materials. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Pauley Petersen Kinne & Fejer, March 6, 2001: US06197404 (83 worldwide citation)

A creped nonwoven web having permanent crepe includes regions of interfilament bonding which are permanently bent out-of-plane, alternating with regions of no interfilament bonding. The non-bonded regions include a multiplicity of filament loops which terminate at both ends in the creped interfilame ...


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Eugenio Go Varona: Nonwoven fabric having a pore size gradient and method of making same. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, William D Herrick, October 21, 1997: US05679042 (79 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for forming a nonwoven fiber web containing a pore size gradient resulting in enhanced wicking properties. A first method utilizes a conventionally formed web having an average pore size and comprises selectively contacting the web with a heat source to shrink the fibers in sel ...


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Eugenio Go Varona: Creped nonwoven liner with gradient capillary structure. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Pauley Petersen Kinne & Fejer, November 21, 2000: US06150002 (49 worldwide citation)

A unitary creped nonwoven web has a hydrophobic uncreped side and a creped side. The hydrophobic side includes looped regions. The creped side includes relatively narrow hydrophilic regions. The looped regions and creped regions act in conjunction with each other to form gradient capillaries, which ...


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Ty Jackson Stokes, Darryl Franklin Clark, Eugenio Go Varona: High permeability liner with improved intake and distribution. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, James B Robinson, August 3, 1999: US05931823 (46 worldwide citation)

There is provided a absorbent material for personal care products which is made from wettable fibers of at most 40 microns in diameter which are made into a web and where the web has controlled spaces in the side away from a wearer point unbonded bonding pattern. The web will accept a liquid insult ...


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Ralph Lee Anderson, Eugenio Go Varona: Entangled fabric wipers for oil and grease absorbency. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Steven D Flack, Richard M Shane, April 4, 2006: US07022201 (43 worldwide citation)

A composite fabric comprising a necked and creped spunbond nonwoven web of monocomponent fibers hydraulically entangled with a fibrous component that comprises cellulosic fibers. The nonwoven web contains thermoplastic fibers and the fibrous component comprises greater than about 50% by weight of th ...


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Michael Allen Daley, Tamara Lee Mace, David Michael Matela, Yvette Lynn Hammonds, Eugenio Go Varona, Arthur Edward Garavaglia, Laura Jane Walker, Ann Marie Giencke: Transfer delay for increased access fluff capacity. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Pauley Petersen Kinne & Erickson, September 2, 2003: US06613028 (29 worldwide citation)

A personal care absorbent article having a fluid intake/distribution layer, a fluid transfer delay layer disposed beneath said fluid intake/distribution layer, said fluid transfer delay layer enabling the transfer of fluid from the fluid intake/distribution layer(s) to a pad layer disposed beneath t ...


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Eugenio Go Varona: Method of forming nonwoven fabric having a pore size gradient. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, William D Herrick, December 29, 1998: US05853628 (21 worldwide citation)

A method for forming a web structure having a pore size gradient which utilizes a spunbond process for producing fibers. The fibers are deposited on a contoured collection surface. Preferably, the surface is shaped as an elongated dome, having the central zone at the apex and the peripheral zones al ...


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Billie Jean Matthews, Richard Allen Anderson, Andrew Scott Burnes, Kuo Shu Edward Chang, Richard Norris Dodge II, Stanley Michael Gryskiewicz, Connie Lynn Hetzler, Margaret Gwyn Latimer, Yong Li, Sylvia Bandy Little, Tamara Lee Mace, James Brian Riddle, Lawrence Howell Sawyer, Eugenio Go Varona, Hoa La Wilhelm: Absorbent articles with controllable fill patterns. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, James B Robinson, November 28, 2000: US06152904 (20 worldwide citation)

There is provided an absorbent system for personal care products which may be transversely divided into about an equally sized center zone, two intermediate zones and two end zones where the ratio of the amount of liquid stored in the center zone to the amount of liquid stored in at least one of the ...