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Paul John Serbiak, Duane Girard Uitenbroek: Absorbent article containing extensible zones. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Thomas D Wilhelm, Brian R Tumm, Jeffrey B Curtin, December 8, 1998: US05846232 (143 worldwide citation)

An absorbent article includes extensible zones. These extensible zones enable the absorbent article to expand and fit a broad size range of users. The extensible zones enable a broad range of adjustment in waist and leg opening dimensions by extension and retraction of the extensible zones. The body ...


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Timothy Raymond Heindel, Tim Joseph Janssen, Scott Lee Pennings, Gary Mack Reynolds, Paul John Serbiak, Bruce Michael Siebers, Robert Eugene Vogt, Georgia Lynn Zehner: Process of providing mechanical fasteners on disposable absorbent articles. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Jeffrey B Curtin, Alyssa A Dudkowski, Paul Yee, August 6, 2002: US06428526 (88 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an improved process for attaching and protecting a mechanical fastener on a disposable absorbent article and a disposable absorbent article produced by the same. The process comprises the following steps: (1) providing a disposable absorbent article which includes an outer cover, a body ...


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Jody Dorothy Suprise, Paul John Serbiak, Timothy James Blenke: Multi-functional fastener for disposable absorbent articles. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Jeffery B Curtin, June 11, 2002: US06402731 (81 worldwide citation)

A disposable absorbent article includes a multi-functional fastening system which includes a pair of primary fasteners which are located on the opposed side edges in one of the waist regions of the absorbent article. The primary fasteners are configured to releasably engage the opposite waist region ...


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Michael John Faulks, Thomas Walter Odorzynski, Paul John Serbiak, Alan Francis Schleinz, Daniel Robert Schlinz: Absorbent article using extensible leg cuffs. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Jeffrey B Curtin, Thomas D Wilhelm, September 12, 2000: US06117121 (81 worldwide citation)

An absorbent article includes an absorbent core located between a bodyside liner and an outer cover. A leg cuff is mounted to a base structure of the absorbent article in the crotch portion thereof. The leg cuffs are partially stretched when attached to respective longitudinal side portions near the ...


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Rebecca Lyn Dilnik, Allen Todd Leak, Michael A Snyder, Patrick Sean McNichols, Scott Leslie Williams, Robert John Leveille, Scott Lee Pennings, Paul John Serbiak, Bruce Michael Siebers, Robert Eugene Vogt, Georgia Lynn Zehner, Thomas David Ehlert, John Gerard Hein, Timothy Raymond Heindel, Tim Joseph Janssen, Kathleen Ann Peterson: Method for construction of mechanical fastening tapes. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Thomas J Mielke, August 26, 1997: US05660666 (58 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an improved fastening tape for use on a disposable absorbent garment. The fastening tape comprises a first substrate and an interlocking material attached to said first substrate. The interlocking material extends the entire width of the fastening tape, and the interlocking material is ...


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Richard Warren Tanzer, Christopher Peter Olson, Thomas Walter Odorzynski, Paul John Serbiak: Article with stay-in-place feature. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Paul Yee, July 21, 1998: US05782819 (57 worldwide citation)

An article (20) has a front waistband section (38), a back waistband section (40), an intermediate section (42) interconnecting the front and back waistband sections, a longitudinal direction (86), a cross-direction (88) and a laterally extending line (100) which is longitudinally centered in the ar ...


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Timothy Raymond Heindel, Tim Joseph Janssen, Scott Lee Pennings, Gary Mack Reynolds, Paul John Serbiak, Bruce Michael Siebers, Robert Eugene Vogt, Georgia Lynn Zehner: Process of providing mechanical fasteners on disposable absorbent articles. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Jeffrey B Curtin, October 5, 1999: US05961761 (53 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an improved process for attaching and protecting a mechanical fastener on a disposable absorbent article and a disposable absorbent article produced by the same. The process comprises the following steps: (1) providing a disposable absorbent article which includes an outer cover, a body ...


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Rebecca Lyn Dilnik, Allen Todd Leak, Mark Michael Mleziva, Michael A Snyder, Patrick Sean McNichols, Scott Leslie Williams, Robert John Leveille, Scott Lee Pennings, Paul John Serbiak, Bruce Michael Siebers, Robert Eugene Vogt, Georgia Lynn Zehner, Thomas David Ehlert, John Gerard Hein, Timothy Raymond Heindel, Tim Joseph Janssen, Kathleen Ann Peterson: Mechanical fastening tapes and method for their construction. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, September 30, 2003: US06627289 (51 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an improved fastening tape for use on a disposable absorbent garment. The fastening tape comprises a first substrate and an interlocking material attached to said first substrate. The interlocking material extends the entire width of the fastening tape, and the interlocking material is ...


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Robert Eugene Vogt, Paul John Serbiak, Barbara Oakley Sauer: Personal care article with aperture aligned for receiving fecal material. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Thomas D Wilhelm, October 17, 2000: US06132409 (36 worldwide citation)

A personal care article for preventing exudates from contacting the body of a user comprises a substrate including an extensible bodyside liner layer, and an aperture support structure limiting extensibility of the bodyside liner layer along the length of the aperture support structure. One support ...


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Rebecca Lyn Dilnik, Allen Todd Leak, Mark Michael Mleziva, Michael A Snyder, Patrick Sean McNichols, Scott Leslie Williams, Robert John Leveille, Scott Lee Pennings, Paul John Serbiak, Bruce Michael Siebers, Robert Eugene Vogt, Georgia Lynn Zehner, Thomas David Ehlert, John Gerard Hein, Timothy Raymond Heindel, Tim Joseph Janssen, Kathleen Ann Peterson: Mechanical fastening tapes. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, June 18, 2002: US06406467 (29 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an improved fastening tape for use on a disposable absorbent garment. The fastening tape comprises a first substrate and an interlocking material attached to said first substrate. The interlocking material extends the entire width of the fastening tape, and the interlocking material is ...