Migaku Suzuki: Sheet elastic complex used in sanitary products its manufacturing process, and its usages. Dressler Goldsmith Milnamow & Katz, November 19, 1996: US05576090 (76 worldwide citation)

This invention provides an exceptionally expandable sheet elastic complex which consists of an elastic body sheet and a sheet backing material which is mounted on either one or both sides of it, these two members being bonded together along multiple, oblong, mutually parallel bonding sections, and i ...

Migaku Suzuki, Takamitsu Igaue: Nonwoven fabrics and method of producing the same. Uni Charm Corporation, Fred Philpitt, March 22, 1983: US04377615 (75 worldwide citation)

A nonwoven fabrics comprising an upper layer having a substantially smooth surface and a lower layer having a density lower than that of the upper layer is provided; wherein the upper layer contains, as a principal element thereof, hydrophobic fibers, denier thereof being finer than in the lower lay ...

Migaku Suzuki, Satoshi Sasaki, Takashi Mitsuno, Hiroyuki Inagaki: Disposable diaper and method for incorporation of elastic member into such diaper. Uni Charm Corporation, Fred Philpitt, December 2, 1986: US04626305 (74 worldwide citation)

A disposable diaper provided with elastic members respectively comprising a plurality of rubber strings in respective side flaps of the diaper so that these elastic members provide a plurality of longitudinally extending elastic lines in said side flaps to provide a good fit of said side flaps aroun ...

Migaku Suzuki, Kenichi Uchimoto, Kenji Nakaoka: Hunton & Williams, May 27, 2003: US06569137 (73 worldwide citation)

An absorbent incontinence pad is provided with a liquid impervious air permeable back sheet and an absorbent unit partly covered by the back sheet, wherein the absorbent unit has a non-woven fabric substrate, an absorbent zone formed by a plurality of highly absorbent layers extending in the form of ...

Migaku Suzuki: Stretch-activated elastic composite. Paragon Trade Brands, Hunton and Williams, November 6, 2001: US06313372 (72 worldwide citation)

A stretch-activated elastic composite includes a non-woven fabric having a potential elongatability of higher than 100% in a predetermined direction, and an elastically recoverable, elastic sheet. The elastic sheet in its unstretched state is partially bonded to the non-woven fabric in its unelongat ...

Migaku Suzuki, Hiroaki Fukui: Absorbent article and method of manufacturing the same. Japan Absorbent Technology Institute, Christopher C Campbell, Hunton & Williams, May 21, 2002: US06391013 (69 worldwide citation)

An absorbent article having a main body which includes a backsheet formed of a liquid impermeable sheet, a topsheet formed of a liquid permeable sheet, an absorbent core interposed between the backsheet and the topsheet, and leg gathers disposed along leg holes. Two sets of elastic members are, in a ...

Migaku Suzuki, Satoshi Nozaki, Shigeo Imai, Makoto Ishigami, Toshio Kobayashi: Process for producing apertured nonwoven fabric. Uni Charm Corporation, Lowe Price LeBlanc & Becker, May 16, 1995: US05414914 (68 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for producing apertured non-woven fabric which includes a cylindrical support having both a plurality of specially formed projections and a plurality of drainage holes in and around said projections.

Harry J Chmielewski, John R Cook, David G Unrau, Migaku Suzuki: Absorbent product. Paragon Trade Brands, Klarquist Sparkman Campbell Leigh & Whinston, January 25, 1994: US05281207 (64 worldwide citation)

An absorbent product, for use in absorbent articles, comprising an absorbent layer and a wicking layer of densified hydrophilic material. The absorbent layer comprises resilient hydrophilic fibers and superabsorbent material. The absorbent layer includes at least one area comprising a bulky fibrous ...

Migaku Suzuki, Hiroaki Fukui: Suspended absorbent diaper article. Paragon Trade Brands, Dressler Goldsmith Shore & Milnamow, February 14, 1995: US05389095 (63 worldwide citation)

An absorbent article is disclosed comprising a liquid impermeable outer cover having a front section and a rear section, and an elongated absorbent element having a front end, a rear end and opposite side edges and including an absorbent material. The elongated absorbent element is supported at its ...

Migaku Suzuki, Mitsuzo Ochi, Takeshi Kudo: Waist band for disposable diaper. Uni Charm Corporation, Fred Philpitt, February 4, 1986: US04568344 (61 worldwide citation)

Here is disclosed a waist band for diaper to connect the front and rear waists at each side. In contrast with the pressure-sensitive adhesive tape of prior art which necessarily forms an overlapping portion of said front and rear waists at each side of the diaper when the latter is put on the user, ...