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Kenneth Y Wang, Leroy M Demeny, William S Pomplun, Pavneet S Mumick, Ralph L Anderson, Joseph F Merker: Dispersible nonwoven fabric and method of making same. Bernstein & Associates P C, August 10, 1999: US05935880 (130 worldwide citation)

A soft, absorbent nonwoven fibrous web, such as a wet wipe, capable of dispersing in an aqueous environment into unrecognizable pieces, made by a method comprising the steps of forming a wet-laid nonwoven web from an aqueous slurry of fibers; hydraulically needling the wet-laid nonwoven web; partial ...


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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 (124 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 (89 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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Tanakon Ungpiyakul, Arch D Morgan, Thomas Douglas C, Timothy J Ketenhofen, Douglas J Marver, Laurie Couture Dorschner, William S Pomplun: Method and apparatus for detecting the placement of components on absorbent articles. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Paul Yee, June 6, 1989: US04837715 (89 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides an apparatus for examining a moving web composed of an interconnected plurality of articles to determine a location of a selected component thereof. The apparatus includes an indicating mechanism for providing marker data corresponding to the presence of a selected art ...


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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 (85 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 (75 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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Frederick J Lang, Yihua Chang, Franklin M Chen, Pavneet S Mumick, William S Pomplun, Dave A Soerens: Ion-sensitive, water-dispersible polymers, a method of making same and items using same. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Kilpatrick Stockton, April 15, 2003: US06548592 (70 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to ion-sensitive, water-dispersible polymers. The present invention is also directed to a method of making ion-sensitive, water-dispersible polymers and their applicability as binder compositions. The present invention is further directed to fiber-containing fabrics ...


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Fu Jya Tsai, William S Pomplun, Pavneet S Mumick: Water-sensitive compositions for improved processability. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Jones & Askew, September 19, 2000: US06121170 (62 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to thermoformable ion-sensitive compositions having improved processability. In addition, the present invention is directed to a process of making water-dispersible fibers, films and fabrics, which maintain their structural integrity and strength when in use, but di ...


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Fu Jya Tsai, William S Pomplun, Pavneet S Mumick: Water-sensitive compositions for improved processability. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, James & Askew, November 2, 1999: US05976694 (56 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to thermoformable ion-sensitive compositions having improved processability. In addition, the present invention is directed to a process of making water-dispersible fibers, films and fabrics, which maintain their structural integrity and strength when in use, but di ...


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Dave A Soerens, Yihua Chang, William S Pomplun, Kenneth Y Wang, Pavneet S Mumick, Frederick J Lang, Kelly D Branham, Franklin M Chen, Eric D Johnson, Jeffrey D Lindsay, Kim G Schick, Walter T Schultz, Tong Sun: Ion-sensitive, water-dispersible polymers, a method of making same and items using same. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Kilpatrick Stockton, August 5, 2003: US06602955 (55 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to ion-sensitive, water-dispersible polymers. The present invention is also directed to a method of making ion-sensitive, water-dispersible polymers and their applicability as binder compositions. The present invention is further directed to fiber-containing fabrics ...



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