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Jeffrey S Pontius: Temporary diaper storage container. Francis T Kremblas Jr, June 11, 1991: US05022553 (58 worldwide citation)

An improved diaper container to temporarily store soiled diapers prior to final disposal thereof which is characterized by an outer fluid impervious shell provided with a removably mounted liner. The liner comprises a pad of non-woven synthetic fibers impregnated with an odor adsorbing material, suc ...


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Jeffrey S Pontius: Temporary diaper storage container. Columbus, Francis T Kremblas Jr, October 27, 1992: US05158199 (49 worldwide citation)

An improved diaper container to temporarily store soiled diapers prior to final disposal thereof which is characterized by an outer fluid impervious shell provided with a removably mounted liner. The liner comprises a pad of non-woven synthetic fibers impregnated with an odor adsorbing material, suc ...


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Jeffrey S Pontius: Gaseous filter construction. Columbus, Francis T Kremblas Jr, December 27, 1988: US04793837 (30 worldwide citation)

An improved filter pad particularly useful to remove offensive pet odors emanating from animal crates and in aquariums is disclosed. The filter pad includes a base formed of unwoven, randomly oriented synthetic fibers impregnated with a mixture of zeolite particles and activated carbon particles eff ...


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Jeffrey S Pontius: Range hood filter pad. Columbus, Francis T Kremblas Jr, September 11, 1990: US04955995 (16 worldwide citation)

A filter pad for range hoods is disclosed which comprises a plurality of sheets formed of wood paper pulp fiber material. Each sheet is slit and expanded to form a plurality of adjacent multi-sided openings. The outermost sheet on the upstream side of the pad is provided with a plurality of parallel ...


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Jeffrey S Pontius: Evaporative humidifier pad. Columbus, Francis T Kremblas Jr, August 29, 2000: US06110564 (2 worldwide citation)

A humidifier pad with multiple layers of slit and expanded paper laminated together. At least one, and in some preferred embodiments, up to half of the paper layers comprise substantially nonwicking paper and the remaining layers comprise highly absorbent wicking paper. Wick type humidifier pads are ...