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Tony J Wisneski, Michael T Morman: Polyolefin-containing extrudable compositions and methods for their formation into elastomeric products including microfibers. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Joseph P Harps, May 5, 1987: US04663220 (787 worldwide citation)

The disclosure is generally directed to an extrudable elastomeric composition formed by blending from at least 10 percent, by weight, of an A-B-A' block copolymer where "A" and "A'" are each a thermoplastic endblock which includes a styrenic moiety and where "B" is an elastomeric poly(ethylene-butyl ...


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John S Kieffer, Tony J Wisneski: Ambient temperature bondable elastomeric nonwoven web. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Karl V Sidor, December 6, 1988: US04789699 (199 worldwide citation)

An extrudable composition for forming nonwoven elastomeric material having pressure sensitive adhesive properties, nonwoven elastomeric sheet material (e.g., fibrous nonwoven webs) formed of such composition, stretch bonded laminates using such sheets, and methods of forming such sheets and such lam ...


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Michael T Morman, Tony J Wisneski: Elasticized garment and method of making the same. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Joseph P Harps, April 7, 1987: US04655760 (187 worldwide citation)

Garments having a medial section which includes a gathered crotch portion and transversely opposed side sections are made by stretching an elastic layer transversely of the garment and stretch-bonding it to a gatherable non-elastic layer. Upon release of the elongating forces, the medial portion of ...


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Michael T Morman, Tony J Wisneski: Elastic polyetherester nonwoven web. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Joseph P Harps, May 3, 1988: US04741949 (90 worldwide citation)

An elastomeric nonwoven web is formed by meltblowing fibers composed of a polyetherester. Nonelastic fibers and/or particulate materials may also be included in the web.


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F Lee Dickenson, Frank P Abuto, Leon E Chambers Jr, Edward E Werner, Tony J Wisneski: Process and apparatus for forming nonwovens within a forming chamber. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Patrick C Wilson, July 13, 1993: US05227107 (67 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a multicomponent fibrous nonwoven structure and the process and apparatus for producing the same. More specifically, the present invention relates to a process for forming nonwoven materials using a forming chamber in conjunction with multiple fiber sources and a for ...


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Michael T Morman, Tony J Wisneski: Method of improving processability of polymers and resulting polymer compositions. Kimberly Clark Corporation, William D Herrick R Jonathan Peters Howard Olevsky, May 29, 1984: US04451589 (64 worldwide citation)

A specific class of thermoplastic polymers with improved processability resulting from initial partial degradation of high molecular weight polymers using a chemical prodegradant present in excess of the amount reacted during pelletization. This class of polymers includes polymers and copolymers of ...


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Michael T Morman, Tony J Wisneski: High temperature method of making elastomeric materials and materials obtained thereby. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Joseph P Harps, September 8, 1987: US04692371 (56 worldwide citation)

Elastomeric materials such as elastomeric nonwoven webs of elastomeric meltblown fibers, elastomeric films or elastomeric molded materials are attained by forming, e.g., extruding or meltblowing, a polystyrenic poly(ethylenebutylene) thermoplastic block copolymer at elevated temperatures of at least ...


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Thomas M Killian, Tony J Wisneski: Elastomeric polyether block amide nonwoven web. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Timothy H Briggs, Joseph P Harps, February 9, 1988: US04724184 (48 worldwide citation)

An elastomeric nonwoven web is formed by meltblowing fibers composed of a polyether block amide copolymer.


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Thomas M Killian, Tony J Wisneski: Elastomeric polyether block amide nonwoven web. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Joseph P Harps, May 8, 1990: US04923742 (29 worldwide citation)

An elastomeric nonwoven web is formed by meltblowing fibers composed of a polyether block amide copolymer.


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Thomas M Killian, Tony J Wisneski: Composite elastomeric polyether block amide nonwoven web. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Joseph P Harps, April 11, 1989: US04820572 (28 worldwide citation)

An elastomeric nonwoven web is formed by meltblowing fibers composed of a polyether block amide copolymer.