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Harald Hermann Hundorf, Holger Beruda, Horst Blessing, Peter Dziezok, Axel Krause, Mattias Schmidt, Lutz Stelzig: Disposable absorbent article with enhanced absorption properties. The Procter & Gamble Company, Laura L Whitmer, September 13, 2011: US08017827 (51 worldwide citation)

A substantially cellulose free absorbent core comprising absorbent polymer material having a saline flow conductivity greater than about 100×10−7 cm3·sec/g and a centrifuge retention capacity of greater than about 20 g/g. A disposable absorbent article is also disclosed.


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Harald Hermann Hundorf, Holger Beruda, Horst Blessing, Peter Dziezok, Axel Krause, Mattias Schmidt, Lutz Stelzig, Martin Werner Frank: Tri-folded disposable absorbent article, packaged absorbent article, and array of packaged absorbent articles with substantially continuously distributed absorbent particulate polymer material. The Procter & Gamble Company, Christian M Best, Laura L Whitmer, John P Colbert, July 30, 2013: US08496637 (50 worldwide citation)

A tri-folded disposable absorbent article comprising a substantially cellulose free absorbent core located in a chassis between a topsheet and a backsheet and comprising absorbent particulate polymer material. An array of absorbent article packages comprising disposable absorbent articles comprising ...


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Harald Hermann Hundorf, Holger Beruda, Horst Blessing, Peter Dziezok, Axel Krause, Mattias Schmidt, Lutz Stelzig: Disposable absorbent article with enhanced absorption properties. Laura L Whitmer, Thibault Fayette, October 8, 2013: US08552252 (37 worldwide citation)

A substantially cellulose free absorbent core comprising absorbent polymer material having a saline flow conductivity greater than about 100×10−7 cm3•sec/g and a centrifuge retention capacity of greater than about 20 g/g. A disposable absorbent article is also disclosed.


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Kathleen Marie Lawson, Mark John Ciesko, Christofer Fuchs, Alizha Victoria Rice, Harald Hermann Hundorf, Horst Blessing, Peter Dziezok, Mattias Schmidt, Holger Beruda, Bruno Johannes Ehrnsperger: Disposable absorbent articles having an interior design signal. The Procter & Gamble Company, Andrew A Paul, Laura L Whitmer, Amy M Foust, September 4, 2012: US08258367 (34 worldwide citation)

Disposable absorbent article comprising an interior design signal indicating absorbency and an absorbent core including first and second absorbent layers, the first absorbent layer including a first substrate and the second absorbent layer including a second substrate, the first and second absorbent ...


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Kathleen Marie Lawson, Mark John Ciesko, Christofer Fuchs, Alizha Victoria Rice, Harald Hermann Hundorf, Horst Blessing, Peter Dziezok, Mattias Schmidt, Holger Beruda, Bruno Johannes Ehrnsperger: Disposable absorbent articles having an interior design signal. The Procter & Gamble Company, Laura L Whitmer, March 4, 2014: US08664468 (20 worldwide citation)

Disposable absorbent article comprising an interior design signal indicating absorbency and an absorbent core including first and second absorbent layers, the first absorbent layer including a first substrate and the second absorbent layer including a second substrate, the first and second absorbent ...


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Harald Hermann Hundorf, Miguel Brandt Sanz, Holger Beruda, Horst Blessing, Peter Dziezok, Axel Krause, Mattias Schmidt, Lutz Stelzig: Method and apparatus for making disposable absorbent article with absorbent particulate polymer material and article made therewith. The Procter & Gamble Company, Laura L Whitmer, June 26, 2012: US08206533 (17 worldwide citation)

A method for making a disposable absorbent core comprises depositing absorbent particulate polymer material from a plurality of reservoirs in a printing roll onto a substrate disposed on a grid of a support which includes a plurality of cross bars extending substantially parallel to and spaced from ...


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Paul Thomas Weisman, Dean Larry Du Val, Harald Hermann Hundorf, Holger Beruda, Horst Blessing, Peter Dziezok, Axel Krause, Mattias Schmidt, Lutz Stelzig: Absorbent products having improved packaging efficiency. The Procter & Gamble Company, Richard L Alexander, John P Colbert, November 19, 2013: US08585666 (14 worldwide citation)

An absorbent product is provided. The absorbent product includes a package having an interior space and an exterior surface; and a plurality of disposable absorbent articles disposed within the interior space of the package. Each of the disposable absorbent articles has a topsheet; a backsheet; a su ...


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Peter Dziezok, Ralf Geilich: Sealed core for an absorbent article. The Procter & Gamble Company, Christian M Best, Charles R Ware, August 20, 2013: US08512305 (9 worldwide citation)

An absorbent article is provided including a topsheet, a backsheet, and an absorbent core disposed between the topsheet and the backsheet. The core defines a wearer facing side oriented towards a wearer when the article is being worn and an opposed garment facing side. The core includes a storage la ...


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Harald Hermann Hundorf, Holger Beruda, Horst Blessing, Peter Dziezok, Axel Krause, Mattias Schmidt, Lutz Stelzig: Disposable absorbent article with substantially continuously distributed absorbent particulate polymer material and method. The Procter & Gamble Company, Laura L Whitmer, July 7, 2015: US09072634 (6 worldwide citation)

A disposable absorbent core comprises first and second absorbent layers each comprising an absorbent particulate polymer material such that the absorbent particulate polymer material is substantially continuously distributed across an absorbent particulate polymer material area. A disposable absorbe ...


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Michael Divo, Peter Dziezok, John Peter Lankhof: Absorbent article having liquid handling member which collapses under high pressures. The Procter & Gamble Company, Edward J Milbrada, Eileen L Hughett, Ken K Patel, September 7, 2004: US06786894 (4 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to absorbent articles for retaining body fluids such as urine, menses, or fecal material. In particular, the absorbent article of the present invention comprises a liquid handling member that collapses at a pressure between 2756 Pascal (0.4 psi) and 3447 (0.5 psi) in or ...