1
Meng Song Cheng, Kun Shan Huang, J H Tsai: Method of reducing color and polymerization decay of cellulose viscose. Acelon Chemical and Fiber Corporation, Raymond Y David and Raymond Chan, April 4, 2000: US06045587 (4 worldwide citation)

A method of reducing color and polymerization decay of cellulose viscose includes the step of permeating a 1,3-phenylene-bis 2-oxazoline as a polymerization anti-decay additive during dissolving a cellulose in water and a solvent to form a cellulose viscose, so as to reduce the color and the polymer ...


2
Wen Tung Chou, Ming Yi Lai, Kun Shan Huang: Processing method of the natural cellulose fiber with feature for enhancing the capability of antifungi, antibacteria and deodorization. Acelon Chemical and Fiber Corporation, Bacon & Thomas PLLC, January 10, 2012: US08092732 (2 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a processing method of the natural cellulose fiber with feature for enhancing the capability of antifungi, antibacteria and deodorization. The procedure is that firstly modify and reduce the properties of the natural chitosan of high polymer material to nanometer scale ...


3
Wen Tung Chou, Ming Yi Lai, Kun Shan Huang, Wei Chun Chen: Processing method for nano-miniaturizing chitosan of modifying property. Acelon Chemical and Fiber Corporation, Bacon & Thomas PLLC, June 5, 2012: US08193325 (2 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates a processing method for nano-miniaturizing chitosan of modifying property, which degrades the chitosan of high molecular weight down to the chitosan of middle and low molecular weight, then primarily nano-miniaturizes the interim chitosan by quaternary ammonium salt/syn ...


4
Wen Tung Chou, Ming Yi Lai, Kun Shan Huang: Meltblown wetlaid method for producing non-woven fabrics with anti-mildew, anti-bacteria and deodorizing capabilities from natural cellulose. Acelon Chemical and Fiber Corporation, Bacon & Thomas PLLC, April 16, 2013: US08420005 (1 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a meltblown wetlaid method for producing non-woven fabrics with anti-mildew, anti-bacteria and deodorizing capabilities from natural cellulose. The method comprises selecting wood pulp as raw material and using N-methylmorpholine N-oxide (NMMO) as dissolving solvent an ...


5
Wen Tung Chou, Ming Yi Lai, Kun Shan Huang, Hsiao Chi Tsai: Meltblown method for producing nonwoven fabrics with hygroscopic metastatic feature. ACELON CHEMICALS AND FIBER CORPORATION, Bacon & Thomas PLLC, February 21, 2017: US09573308 (1 worldwide citation)

A meltblown method for producing nonwoven fabrics with hygroscopic metastatic feature. Firstly, fuse prepared bio-polyamide 6,10 into a melt, then extrude, and blow the melt out spinnerets to form natural bio-polyamide 6,10 filaments laid onto a conveyer to form a substrate fibrous web. Secondly, bl ...


6
Wen Tung Chou, Ming Yi Lai, Kun Shan Huang: Spunbond wetlaid method for producing non-woven fabrics from natural cellulose. Acelon Chemical and Fiber Corporation, Bacon & Thomas PLLC, February 5, 2013: US08366988

The present invention provides a “spunbond wetlaid method for producing non-woven fabrics from natural cellulose” using pulp as raw material and N-methylmorpholine N-oxide (NMMO) as solvent for dissolving into dope. Then, the dope is extruded out of a spinneret to form filament bundle by spunbond me ...


7
Wen Tung Chou, Ming Yi Lai, Kun Shan Huang: Meltblown wetlaid method for producing non-woven fabrics from natural cellulose. Acelon Chemical and Fiber Corporation, Bacon & Thomas PLLC, April 16, 2013: US08420004

The present invention provides a meltblown wetlaid method for producing non-woven fabrics from natural cellulose using pulp as raw material and N-methylmorpholine N-oxide (NMMO) as solvent for dissolving into dope. The dope is then extruded out of a spinneret to form filament bundle by meltblown met ...


8
Wen Tung Chou, Ming Yi Lai, Kun Shan Huang, Hsiao Chi Tsai, Chien Yuan Wang: Process for producing an antistatic yarn. Acelon Chemicals & Fiber Corporation, Fish & Richardson P C, September 22, 2015: US09138935

A process for producing an antistatic yarn includes the steps of: (a) providing antistatic composite filaments having carbon black dispersed therein; (b) advancing the antistatic composite filaments to a first heating zone at a first advancing speed which ranges from 230 m/min to 330 m/min; (c) draw ...


9
Wen Tung Chou, Ming Yi Lai, Kun Shan Huang: Meltblown process for producing non-woven fabrics with flame-retarding capability from natural cellulose. ACELON CHEMICAL AND FIBER CORPORATION, Bacon & Thomas PLLC, July 28, 2015: US09090001

A Meltblown process for producing non-woven fabrics with flame-retarding capability from natural cellulose comprises following steps. Blend pulp and solvent of N-methylmorpholine N-oxide (NMMO) to form slurry. Evaporate water content from slurry by a Thin Film Evaporator to form dope. Extrude the do ...


10
Wen Tung Chou, Ming Yi Lai, Kun Shan Huang: Fabrication of natural cellulose fiber with flame-retarding capability. ACELON CHEMICAL AND FIBER CORPORATION, Bacon & Thomas PLLC, July 28, 2015: US09090997

A fabrication of natural cellulose fiber with flame-retarding capability comprises following steps. Blend pulp and solvent of N-methylmorpholine N-oxide (NMMO) to form slurry. Evaporate extra water content from slurry by a Thin Film Evaporator (TFE) to form dope. By Dry-Jet Wet Spinning, spin and ex ...



Click the thumbnails below to visualize the patent trend.