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Kenneth D Vinson, Byron J L Huff: Cellulose fiber-reinforced structure. The Procter & Gamble Cellulose Company, Thomas J Slone, Larry L Huston, Fredrick H Braun, January 15, 1991: US04985119 (89 worldwide citation)

A cellulose fiber-reinforced structure useful for building and construction made from a composition including a water-curable, inorganic binder capable of setting to form a matrix and pulped softwood fibrous material having enhanced levels of summerwood fibers.


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Paul E Gregory, Kenneth D Vinson: High opacity paper containing expanded fiber and mineral pigment. The Procter & Gamble Cellulose Company, Bart S Hersko, Thomas J Slone, Fredrick H Braun, August 28, 1990: US04952278 (83 worldwide citation)

A paper structure having both high opacity and improved tensile strength through the incorporation of expanded fiber and an opacifying mineral pigment, such as titanium dioxide, is disclosed. The addition of expanded fiber to the paper structure makes it possible to increase the opacity of the paper ...


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Kenneth D Vinson, Paul T Weisman, Dean V Phan: Strong and soft creped tissue paper and process for making the same by use of biodegradable crepe facilitating compositions. The Procter & Gamble Company, Bart S Hersko, E Kelly Linman, Jacobus C Rasser, January 30, 1996: US05487813 (48 worldwide citation)

Soft creped tissue paper products comprising papermaking fibers and a biodegradable crepe facilitating composition is disclosed. The crepe facilitating composition is a biodegradable bonding inhibitor, a cationic starch and a carboxymethyl cellulose. Preferably, the biodegradable bonding inhibitor i ...


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Kenneth D Vinson, John P Erspamer, Charles W Neal, Jeffress P Halter: Tissue paper containing a fine particulate filler. The Proctor & Gamble Company, Bart S Hersko, E Kelly Linman, Jacobus C Rasser, March 18, 1997: US05611890 (41 worldwide citation)

Strong, soft, and low dusting tissue paper webs useful in the manufacture of soft, absorbent sanitary products such as bath tissue, facial tissue, and absorbent towels are disclosed. The tissue papers comprise fibers such as wood pulp and a non-cellulosic, water insoluble particulate filler such as ...


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Kenneth D Vinson: Cellulose pulps having improved softness potential. The Procter & Gamble Company, Gerry S Gressel, Bart S Hersko, Larry L Huston, April 11, 1995: US05405499 (40 worldwide citation)

Cellulosic pulps of selected fiber morphology are disclosed having a coarseness less than a threshold coarseness level. The threshold coarseness level is a function of average fiber length. The cellulosic pulps are especially useful for producing paper structures such as tissue paper. A method for p ...


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Kenneth D Vinson: Fluid collection bag with a screen for a surgical drape. The Kendall Company, Donald N Halgren, December 24, 1985: US04559937 (36 worldwide citation)

A fluid collection bag has a front panel, a back panel, and closed left and right sides. The bag has a first opening, an upper chamber, and a lower chamber. The bag has a screening means between the upper chamber and the lower chamber which is a line of adherence between the front panel and the back ...


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Kenneth D Vinson, John P Erspamer: Cellulose pulps of selected morphology for improved paper strength potential. The Procter & Gamble Cellulose Company, Bart S Hersko, Gerry S Gressel, Larry L Huston, July 20, 1993: US05228954 (29 worldwide citation)

Cellulose pulp compositions of selected fiber morphology are disclosed. Of particular interest, are morphological forms of wood fibers with the potential to achieve improved paper strength without suffering the penalty of slow drainage rate. These cellulose pulps are especially useful for efficientl ...


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Kenneth D Vinson, Paul T Weisman, Dean V Phan: Process for making soft creped tissue paper and product therefrom. The Procter & Gamble Company, Bart S Hersko, E Kelly Linman, Jacobus C Rasser, June 3, 1997: US05635028 (27 worldwide citation)

Soft creped tissue paper products comprising papermaking fibers and a crepe facilitating composition are disclosed. The crepe facilitating composition comprises a bonding inhibitor, a cationic starch and a carboxymethyl cellulose. Preferably, the bonding inhibitor is a quaternary ammonium compound. ...


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Kenneth D Vinson: Process for making expanded fiber. The Buckeye Cellulose Corporation, Leonard W Lewis, Thomas J Slone, Jerry J Yetter, August 2, 1988: US04761203 (20 worldwide citation)

A process for making mechanically expanded fiber from fibrous material having a fibrillar ultrastructure. The expanded fiber is made by impacting the fibrous material with a plurality of fine media. Impacting by the fine media causes the fibers to expand from a fibrous form to a highly fibrillated f ...


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Kenneth D Vinson: Method for producing a cellulose pulp of selected fiber length and coarseness by a two-stage fractionation. The Procter & Gamble Company, Gerry S Gressel, Larry L Huston, E Kelly Linman, December 10, 1996: US05582685 (18 worldwide citation)

Cellulosic pulps of selected fiber morphology are disclosed having a coarseness less than a threshold coarseness level. The threshold coarseness level is a function of average fiber length. The cellulosic pulps are especially useful for producing paper structures such as tissue paper. A method for p ...