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Cherie H Everhart, Danial O Fischer, Fred R Radwanski, Henry Skoog: High pulp content nonwoven composite fabric. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Karl V Sidor, February 8, 1994: US05284703 (303 worldwide citation)

A high pulp content nonwoven composite fabric is disclosed. The composite fabric contains more than about 70 percent, by weight, pulp fibers which are hydraulically entangled into a continuous filament substrate. This high pulp content composite nonwoven fabric may be used as a heavy duty wiper or a ...


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Ralph L Anderson, Fritz Radwanski, Henry Skoog, Donald E Waldroup: Cloth-like base sheet and method for making the same. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Dority & Manning P A, November 13, 2001: US06315864 (124 worldwide citation)

An improved cloth-like base web is disclosed. In particular, the base web of the present invention has a cloth-like look and feel and has improved absorbency. The base web is made by first hydroneedling a web containing pulp and/or staple fibers. A bonding material is then applied to at least one si ...


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Cherie H Everhart, Daniel O Fischer, Fred R Radwanski, Henry Skoog: Process for making a high pulp content nonwoven composite fabric. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Karl V Sidor, February 14, 1995: US05389202 (120 worldwide citation)

A high pulp content nonwoven composite fabric is disclosed. The composite fabric contains more than about 70 percent, by weight, pulp fibers which are hydraulically entangled into a continuous filament substrate. This high pulp content composite nonwoven fabric may be used as a heavy duty wiper or a ...


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Ralph L Anderson, Joseph F Merker, Fred Robert Radwanski, Henry Skoog: Soft, strong hydraulically entangled nonwoven composite material and method for making the same. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Scott B Garrison, August 15, 2000: US06103061 (58 worldwide citation)

A method of making a nonwoven composite material. The method includes the steps of: providing a hydraulically entangled web containing a fibrous component and a nonwoven layer of substantially continuous filaments; applying a bonding material to at least one side of said web; and creping said at lea ...


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James William Clark, Henry Skoog, James J Detamore, Shawn Eric Jenkins: Soft and bulky composite fabrics. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Dority & Manning P A, March 27, 2007: US07194788 (46 worldwide citation)

A composite fabric is provided that contains staple fibers hydraulically entangled with a nonwoven web formed from continuous filaments. A portion of the staple fibers is entangled with the web, while another portion protrudes through the web. The resulting surface topography has one surface with a ...


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Henry Skoog, Fred R Radwanski, Terry R Cleveland, Frances W Mayfield, Lawrence M Brown: Fabric. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Scott B Garrison, January 23, 2001: US06177370 (41 worldwide citation)

The present invention desirably provides a fabric including a synthetic fiber structure first zone, a synthetic fiber structure second zone, and a short fiber third zone. The first zone may include a spunbond web layer and a meltblown web layer. The synthetic fiber structure second zone may be posit ...


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Henry Skoog, Fred R Radwanski, Terry R Cleveland, Frances W Mayfield, Lawrence M Brown: Method for making a hydraulically entangled composite fabric. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Sue C Watson, Scott B Garrison, April 22, 2003: US06550115 (18 worldwide citation)

The present invention desirably provides a fabric including a synthetic fiber structure first zone, a synthetic fiber structure second zone, and a short fiber third zone. The first zone may include a spunbond web layer and a meltblown web layer. The synthetic fiber structure second zone may be posit ...


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Fred Robert Radwanski, Henry Skoog: Process for treating a fibrous material and article thereof. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Scott B Garrison, February 20, 2001: US06190735 (16 worldwide citation)

A process for treating a fibrous material which includes the steps of: 1) providing a liquid suspension composed of fibrous material; 2) intermixing the liquid suspension of fibrous material with a treatment over a time period T


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Terry R Cleveland, Cherie H Everhart, Fred R Radwanski, Henry Skoog: Liquid saturation process. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Karl V Sidor, January 23, 1996: US05486381 (16 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a continuous process of non-compressively and uniformly applying a liquid saturant throughout a permeable sheet. The process includes the steps of: 1) providing a continuously advancing permeable sheet having a first surface and a second surface, 2) depositing a substantially laminar fl ...


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Fred Robert Radwanski, Henry Skoog: Process for treating a fibrous material and article thereof. Kimberly Clark, Karl V Sidor, February 8, 2000: US06022447 (8 worldwide citation)

A process for treating a fibrous material which includes the steps of: 1) providing a liquid suspension composed of fibrous material; 2) intermixing the liquid suspension of fibrous material with a treatment over a time period T.sub.1 --wherein the treatment requires a period of time T.sub.R suffici ...