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Richard W Tanzer, Frank P Abuto, Stanley R Kellenberger, Daniel R Laux, Brian K Nortman, William S Pomplun, Carl G Rippl, Mark L Robinson, Lorry F Sallee, Wen Z Schroeder, Sandra M Yarbrough, David L Zenker: Absorbent article which includes superabsorbent material and hydrophilic fibers located in discrete pockets. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Paul Yee, June 20, 1995: US05425725 (146 worldwide citation)

An absorbent article comprises a first, liquid-permeable carrier layer and at least a second carrier layer. A carrier attaching mechanism, such as a water-sensitive adhesive, secures together the carrier layers to provide substantially attached zones and a multiplicity of substantially unattached zo ...


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Richard W Tanzer, Frank P Abuto, Stanley R Kellenberger, Daniel R Laux, Brian K Nortman, William S Pomplun, Carl G Rippl, Mark L Robinson, Lorry F Sallee, Sandra M Yarbrough, David L Zenker: Absorbent article which includes superabsorbent material located in discrete pockets having an improved containment structure. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Paul Yee, May 2, 1995: US05411497 (105 worldwide citation)

An absorbent article comprises a first, liquid-permeable carrier layer and at least a second carrier layer. A water sensitive attaching mechanism secures together the carrier layers to provide substantially attached zones and substantially unattached zones thereof. The substantially unattached zones ...


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Richard W Tanzer, Frank P Abuto, Stanley R Kellenberger, Daniel R Laux, Brian K Nortman, William S Pomplun, Carl G Rippl, Mark L Robinson, Lorry F Sallee, Wen Z Schroeder, Sandra M Yarbrough, David L Zenker: Absorbent article which includes superabsorbent material located in discrete, elongate pockets placed in selected patterns. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Paul Yee, January 14, 1997: US05593399 (103 worldwide citation)

An absorbent article comprises a first, liquid-permeable carrier layer and at least a second carrier layer. A carrier attaching mechanism secures together the carrier layers to provide substantially attached zones and a multiplicity of substantially unattached zones thereof. The substantially unatta ...


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Richard W Tanzer, Frank P Abuto, Stanley R Kellenberger, Daniel R Laux, Brian K Nortman, William S Pomplun, Carl G Rippl, Mark L Robinson, Lorry F Sallee, Wen Z Schroeder, Sandra M Yarbrough, David L Zenker: Absorbent article which includes superabsorbent material located in discrete pockets having water-sensitive and water-insensitive containment structures. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Paul Yee, July 18, 1995: US05433715 (96 worldwide citation)

An absorbent article comprises a first, liquid-permeable carrier layer and at least a second carrier layer. A water sensitive attaching mechanism secures together the carrier layers to provide substantially attached zones and substantially unattached zones thereof. The substantially unattached zones ...


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Richard W Tanzer, Mark L Robinson, Fung Jou Chen, Richard J Kamps, Lorry F Sallee: Article with soft absorbent pulp sheet. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Paul Yee, October 8, 1996: US05562645 (81 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a distinctive article which includes at least one absorbent, fibrous web layer which is substantially non-hydroentangled. The fibrous web layer can have a basis weight of at least about 60 gsm, and a density of not more than about 0.25 gm/cc. The fibrous web layer can ...


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Richard W Tanzer, Mary A Bruemmer, Anthonette A Gossens: Absorbent article containing an anhydrous deodorant. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Thomas J Connelly, August 6, 1991: US05037412 (47 worldwide citation)

An absorbent article is disclosed for absorbing and retaining human exudate. The article includes an absorbent having a first surface facing the body of a user and a second surface aligned approximately opposite to the first surface. A liquid-impermeable baffle is positioned adjacent to at least the ...


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Richard S Yeo, Mary G Weber, Stephanie R Majors, Richard W Tanzer: Odor-removing cover for absorbent pads and method of making same. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Joseph P Harps, June 16, 1992: US05122407 (36 worldwide citation)

An absorbent pad has a cover formed of non-woven fibrous material, which is coated with a fluorocarbon polymer and odor absorber(s). The cover sheet is apertured around a critical zone to overcome undesired surface tension effects. The method of producing the cover includes providing a water-based m ...


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Brian J Vanbenschoten, Ernesto S Tachauer, Wallace L Kurtz Jr, Heidi S Tremblay, Paul A Dandurand, William P Clune, Alexander J Neeb, Joseph E Pierce, Richard J Schmidt, Richard W Tanzer: Hook fasteners and methods of making the same. Velcro, Fish & Richardson P C, February 6, 2007: US07172008 (28 worldwide citation)

A method of making a touch fastener includes coextruding, side-by-side, a plurality of lanes of polymeric material to form a sheet-form base. The sheet-sheet form base includes a lane of a first polymeric material disposed between two lanes of a second polymeric material, the second polymeric materi ...


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Richard W Tanzer, Mary A Bruemmer, Anthonette A Gossens: Absorbent article containing an anhydrous deodorant. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Thomas J Connelly, November 15, 1994: US05364380 (28 worldwide citation)

An absorbent article is disclosed for absorbing and retaining human exudate. The article includes an absorbent having a first surface facing the body of a user and a second surface aligned approximately opposite to the first surface. A liquid-impermeable baffle is positioned adjacent to at least the ...


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Richard W Tanzer, Mary A Bruemmer, Anthonette A Gossens: Absorbent article containing an anhydrous deodorant. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Thomas J Connelly, August 30, 1994: US05342333 (28 worldwide citation)

An absorbent article is disclosed for absorbing and retaining human exudate. The article includes an absorbent having a first surface facing the body of a user and a second surface aligned approximately opposite to the first surface. A liquid-impermeable baffle is positioned adjacent to at least the ...