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Marvin Wishman: Method and apparatus for absorbing moisture. Phillips Petroleum Company, French and Doescher, September 10, 1985: US04540414 (44 worldwide citation)

An improved nonwoven polypropylene fabric, having the fibers on one side fused and the fibers on the opposite side unfused, which fabric when wetted exhibits a wet feeling on the fused side and a substantially dry feeling on the unfused side. Also disclosed are bandage, diaper, hat sweatband and hea ...


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Marvin Wishman: Apparatus for absorbing moisture. Phillips Petroleum Company, French and Doescher, March 5, 1985: US04502156 (35 worldwide citation)

An improved nonwoven polypropylene fabric, having the fibers on one side fused and the fibers on the opposite side unfused, which fabric when wetted exhibits a wet feeling on the fused side and a substantially dry feeling on the unfused side. Also disclosed are bandage, diaper, hat sweatband and hea ...


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Louis Platt, Marvin Wishman, David R Gentry, Jake E Williams: Method for the production of a nonwoven fabric. Phillips Petroleum Company, August 16, 1977: US04042655 (30 worldwide citation)

A nonwoven fabric is produced by forming a batt comprising staple fibers oriented primarily in the fill direction, drafting the batt in the warp direction in a first warp-drafting zone, needling the drafted batt, drafting the needled batt in the warp direction in a second warp-drafting zone, and dra ...


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Marvin Wishman: Nonwoven fabric and method of production thereof. Phillips Petroleum Company, March 16, 1982: US04320167 (26 worldwide citation)

A nonwoven textile fabric comprising a needled and drawn batt comprising intermixed acrylic fibers and additional fibers selected from the group consisting of polyester fibers, nylon fibers and mixtures of polyester fibers and nylon fibers, with at least a portion of said additional fibers being fus ...


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Marvin Wishman: Method and apparatus for absorbing moisture. Phillips Petroleum Company, May 3, 1983: US04381611 (24 worldwide citation)

An improved nonwoven polypropylene fabric, having the fibers on one side fused and the fibers on the opposite side unfused, which fabric when wetted exhibits a wet feeling on the fused side and a substantially dry feeling on the unfused side. Also disclosed are bandage, diaper, hat sweatband and hea ...


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Louis Platt, Marvin Wishman, David R Gentry, Jake E Williams: Apparatus for the production of a nonwoven fabric. Phillips Petroleum Company, August 8, 1978: US04105381 (22 worldwide citation)

A nonwoven fabric is produced by forming a batt comprising staple fibers oriented primarily in the fill direction, drafting the batt in the warp direction in a first warp-drafting zone, needling the drafted batt, drafting the needled batt in the warp direction in a second warp-drafting zone, and dra ...


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Marvin Wishman, Peter A Taylor, James C Leininger: Stabilized polyolefin substrate overcoated with an ethoxylated lubricant and a phosphate ester. Phillips Petroleum Co, September 22, 1981: US04291093 (21 worldwide citation)

Degradation-resistant polyolefin articles, such as fibers, films, sheets and the like, are prepared from polymeric compositions containing a stabilizing system comprising a hindered amine and a nickel phosphonate which have been overcoated with a finish comprising an ethoxylated lubricant and a phos ...


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Louis Platt, Marvin Wishman, David R Gentry, Jake E Williams: Method for the production of a nonwoven fabric. Phillips Petroleum Company, April 24, 1979: US04151023 (15 worldwide citation)

A nonwoven fabric is produced by forming a batt comprising staple fibers oriented primarily in the fill direction, drafting the batt in the warp direction in a first warp-drafting zone, needling the drafted batt, drafting the needled batt in the warp direction in a second warp-drafting zone, and dra ...


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Marvin Wishman: Method and apparatus for absorbing moisture. Phillips Petroleum Company, French & Doescher, November 5, 1985: US04550725 (13 worldwide citation)

An improved nonwoven polypropylene fabric, having the fibers on one side fused and the fibers on the opposite side unfused, which fabric when wetted exhibits a wet feeling on the fused side and a substantially dry feeling on the unfused side. Also disclosed are bandage, diaper, hat sweatband and hea ...


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