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Roland L Hawkins: Staple fiber, finish therefor and process for use of same. Hoechst Fibers Industries Div of American Hoechst Corporation, Wellington M Manning Jr, Luke J Wilburn Jr, October 13, 1981: US04294883 (18 worldwide citation)

A composition for short cut, synthetic polymeric staple fibers that are used in a wet lay application for the production of nonwovens is disclosed and claimed herein along with a fiber having the finish thereon and the process for dispersing the fiber in an aqueous medium. Synthetic polymeric filame ...


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Roland L Hawkins: Texturing finish for synthetic filaments. Hoechst Fibers Industries Division of American Hoechst Corporation, Wellington M Manning Jr, Luke J Wilburn Jr, January 17, 1978: US04069160 (18 worldwide citation)

An improved, low fuming, thermally stable, texturing finish for a synthetic filamentary material is disclosed comprising 40 to 75 percent of a lubricant, exemplified by pentaerythritol tetrapelargonate; 20 to 50 percent of an emulsifier, exemplified by condensates of castor oil with from about 2 to ...


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Roland L Hawkins: Staple fiber, finish therefor and process for use of same. Hoechst Fibers, Manning and Wilburn, January 30, 1979: US04137181 (16 worldwide citation)

A composition for short cut, synthetic polymeric staple fibers that are used in a wet lay application for the production of nonwovens is disclosed and claimed herein along with a fiber having the finish thereon and the process for dispersing the fiber in an aqueous medium. Synthetic polymeric filame ...


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Roland L Hawkins: Staple fiber, finish therefor and process for use of same. Hoechst Fibers Industries Division of American Hoechst Corporation, Wellington M Manning Jr, Luke J Wilburn Jr, December 18, 1979: US04179543 (14 worldwide citation)

A composition for short cut, synthetic polymeric staple fibers that are u in a wet lay application for the production of nonwovens is disclosed and claimed herein along with a fiber having the finish thereon and the process for dispersing the fiber in an aqueous medium. Synthetic polymeric filaments ...


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Roland L Hawkins: Texturing finish for synthetic filaments. Wellington M Manning Jr, Luke J Wilburn Jr, September 19, 1978: US04115621 (12 worldwide citation)

An improved, low fuming, thermally stable, texturing finish for a synthetic filamentary material is disclosed comprising 40 to 75 percent of a lubricant, exemplified by pentaerythritol tetrapelargonate; 20 to 50 percent of an emulsifier, exemplified by condensates of castor oil with from about 2 to ...


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Anthony L Allou Jr, Roland L Hawkins: Synthetic fiber having high neutralized alkyl phosphate ester finish level. Hoechst Celanese Corporation, Forrest D Stine, March 28, 1989: US04816336 (11 worldwide citation)

A two-component staple fiber finish is disclosed which renders polyester staple fiber having low to normal modulus and tenacity-at-break fit for "100%" open end spinning. A synthetic fiber having from about 0.08 to about 0.15 weight percent, based on the total weight of the fiber, of a primary finis ...


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Roland L Hawkins, Lotfy L Saleh: Apparatus for crimping tow and application of finish to the tow. Hoechst Celanese Corporation, T C Doyle, May 30, 1995: US05419023 (2 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for crimping continuous tow of textile material and application of the finish to the crimped continuous tow, including a pair of rollers and a stuffer box chamber having two regions therein. In particular, the stuffer box chamber has a first region for crimping the tow and a larger seco ...


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Roland L Hawkins: Staple fiber, finish therefor and process for use of same. Hoechst Fibers, Dority & Manning, August 15, 1989: US04857148 (1 worldwide citation)

A composition for short cut, synthetic polymeric staple fibers that are used in a wet lay application for the production of nonwovens is disclosed and claimed herein along with a fiber having the finish thereon and the process for dispersing the fiber in an aqueous medium. Synthetic polymeric filame ...