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Glen Patrick Reese, James Richard Goodall: Process of making polymeric fibers. Arteva North America R L, Gregory N Clements, April 3, 2001: US06210622 (6 worldwide citation)

A for the production of polymeric fibers in the form of a tow includes drawing and heat setting, with and without crimping, in which the tow has a constant denier per inch during the processing. The process permits very large drawn tows to be produced having a thickness of at least 150,000 denier pe ...


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Glen Patrick Reese, James Richard Goodall: Method of continuously heat treating articles and apparatus therefor. Arteva North America R L, Gregory N Clements, January 2, 2001: US06168743 (4 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for steam-treating yarn, films, fibers, fiber tow and other polymeric articles is described. The apparatus includes a first orifice for generating minimum pressure areas and a second orifice to provide a sonic shock region operative to isolate the pressure in one chamber from ...


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Glen Reese, James Richard Goodall: Steam seal for textile production. Invista North America S AR L, September 18, 2007: US07269982

The invention is a sealing mechanism for a steam chest (14) used in the manufacture of textile materials. This invention is a device for heating continuous textile material comprising: a steam chest (14) having a steam inlet, a material inlet (18), and a material outlet (18). A first seal means (16) ...


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James Richard Goodall, John Stanley McConnell, Allan James Hastie: Apparatus for spiral-boss heterofil spinneret. Arteva North America R L, Gregory N Clements, April 29, 2003: US06554599

An apparatus to increase the orifice density in a spinneret by using an elongate boss having a plurality of orifices. The apparatus is for spinning bicomponent sheath/core filaments. The apparatus includes a distributor plate, and spinneret and a shim position between the distributor plate and the s ...


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Glen Reese, James Richard Goodall: Steam seal for textile production. Kosa, January 1, 2004: US20040000176-A1

The invention is a sealing mechanism for a steam chest (14) used in the manufacture of textile materials. This invention is a device for heating continuous textile material comprising: a steam chest (14) having a steam inlet, a material inlet (18), and a material outlet (18). A first seal means (16) ...


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Hung Manh Nguyen, James Richard Goodall: Method and apparatus for spinning hollow bicomponent filaments. KoSa, December 26, 2002: US20020195737-A1

An apparatus and method for spinning hollow bicomponent filaments. The apparatus includes a distributor, a spinneret having holes and a shim having openings fixed between the distributor plate and the spinneret. The distributor supplies a first polymer having an MV to a first part of the spinneret h ...


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James Richard Goodall, John Stanley McConnell, Allan James Hastie: Method and apparatus for spiral-boss heterofil spinneret. KoSa, October 10, 2002: US20020145225-A1

An apparatus and method to increase the orifice density in a spinneret by using an elongate boss having a plurality of orifices. An apparatus and method for spinning bicomponent sheath/core filaments. The apparatus includes a distributor plate, and spinneret and a shim position between the distribut ...


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Hung Manh Nguyen, James Richard Goodall: Apparatus for spinning hollow bicomponent filaments. Arteva North America R L, Gregory N Clements, April 22, 2003: US06551088

An apparatus for spinning hollow bicomponent filaments. The apparatus includes a distributor, a spinneret having holes and a shim having openings fixed between the distributor plate and the spinneret. The distributor supplies a first polymer having an MV to a first part of the spinneret holes and a ...



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