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Terry K Timmons, Peter Kobylivker, Lin Sun Woon: Nonwoven web with improved barrier properties. Kimberly Clark Corporation, William D Herrick, May 25, 1993: US05213881 (186 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a nonwoven web for use as a barrier layer in an SMS fabric laminate. The web is formed at commercially acceptable polymer melt throughputs (greater than 3 PIH) by using a reactor granule polyolefin, preferably polypropylene, that has been modified by the addition of peroxide in am ...


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Terry K Timmons, Peter Kobylivker, Lin Sun Woon, Laura E Keck, Jerald T Jascomb: Nonwoven web laminates with improved barrier properties. Kimberly Clark Corporation, William D Herrick, November 7, 1995: US05464688 (109 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a nonwoven web for use as a barrier layer in an SMS fabric laminate. The web is formed at commercially acceptable polymer melt throughputs (greater than 3 PIH) by using a reactor granule polyolefin, preferably polypropylene, that has been modified by the addition of peroxide in am ...


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Terry K Timmons, Peter Kobylivker, Lin Sun Woon: Method of making nonwoven web with improved barrier properties. Kimberly Clark Corporation, William D Herrick, December 21, 1993: US05271883 (46 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a nonwoven web for use as a barrier layer in an SMS fabric laminate. The web is formed at commercially acceptable polymer melt throughputs (greater than 3 PIH) by using a reactor granule polyolefin, preferably polypropylene, that has been modified by the addition of peroxide in am ...


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Mary Lucille DeLucia, Braulio Polanco, Peter Kobylivker, Ali Yahiaoui, Tamara Lee Mace, Stephen Avedis Baratian, Steven R Stopper, Charles E Edmundson: Technique for incorporating a liquid additive into a nonwoven web. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Dority & Manning P A, September 9, 2008: US07422712 (5 worldwide citation)

A technique for incorporating a liquid additive into a nonwoven web is disclosed. Specifically, the liquid additive is loaded into filler particles to form a “dry liquid concentrate”, i.e., pulverulent granular solid or powder loaded with the liquid additive. The incorporation of the liquid additive ...


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Mary Lucille DeLucia, Braulio Polanco, Peter Kobylivker, Ali Yahiaoui, Tamara Lee Mace, Stephen Avedis Baratian, Steven R Stopper, Charles E Edmundson: Technique for incorporating a liquid additive into a nonwoven web. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Dority & Manning Pa, June 21, 2007: US20070141941-A1

A technique for incorporating a liquid additive into a nonwoven web is disclosed. Specifically, the liquid additive is loaded into filler particles to form a “dry liquid concentrate”, i.e., pulverulent granular solid or powder loaded with the liquid additive. The incorporation of the liquid additive ...