Richard A Houghten: Means for sequential solid phase organic synthesis and methods using the same. Scripps Clinic & Research Foundation, Dressler Goldsmith Shore Sutker & Milnamow, December 23, 1986: US04631211 (339 worldwide citation)

A means for carrying out sequential, solid phase syntheses is disclosed as are methods of its use. The synthesis means comprises a foraminous container that encloses reactive particles. The particles are larger than any of the foraminae and have a known amount of covalently linked organic synthesis ...

Edward R Hauser: Web of blended microfibers and crimped bulking fibers. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Cruzan Alexander, Donald M Sell, Roger R Tamte, October 3, 1978: US04118531 (323 worldwide citation)

Mixtures of microfibers and crimped bulking fibers produce a lofty resilient web having properties that are unique for microfiber-based webs. Included in these properties are a combination of high thermal resistance per unit of thickness and moderate weight, as well as other properties which give th ...

Michael T Morman: Reversibly necked material. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Karl V Sidor, October 23, 1990: US04965122 (289 worldwide citation)

A reversibly necked material capable of stretching at least about 75 percent and recovering at least about 50 percent when stretched about 75 percent, typically in a direction generally parallel to the direction of necking. The reversibly necked material is made by applying a tensioning force to at ...

Kai F Chiu, David T Evans, Antonius F Rietvelt, Greg A Wendt: Apparatus for making soft tissue products. Lindsay Wire, Henry H Skillman, Dann Dorfman Herrell and Skillman, July 4, 1995: US05429686 (250 worldwide citation)

A throughdrying fabric for the drying section of a papermaking machine is disclosed in several embodiments. In each embodiment, the fabric has a load-bearing layer and a sculpture layer. The sculpture layer is characterized by impression MD knuckles, in the present instance formed as warp knuckles f ...

Paul D Trokhan: Papermachine clothing having a surface comprising a bilaterally staggered array of wicker-basket-like cavities. The Procter & Gamble Company, Thomas J Slone, Fredrick H Braun, Richard C Witte, December 16, 1980: US04239065 (246 worldwide citation)

Papermachine clothing, for instance, a loop of imprinting fabric, is disclosed which is so woven that a top-surface-plane thereof is defined by coplanar crossovers of filaments of at least two sets of filaments (i.e., warp and shute filaments) and so that sub-top-surface crossovers are distributed i ...

William C Lyons, Scot L Scurlock: Flexible drill pipe. Drilling Development, Vinson & Elkins, May 11, 1982: US04328839 (220 worldwide citation)

A flexible pipe adapted for connection in a drill string, having sufficient wall thickness in order to withstand forces imposed by drilling a well. The flexible pipe has a plurality of improved, essentially circumferential cuts, each cut being through the wall thickness of the pipe. The cuts provide ...

Pai Chuan Wu: Elastic laminated sheet of an incrementally stretched nonwoven fibrous web and elastomeric film and method. Clopay Plastic Products Company, Wood Herron & Evans, June 6, 1995: US05422172 (209 worldwide citation)

An elastic laminated sheet of an incrementally stretched nonwoven fibrous web and elastomeric film and method of making are disclosed. The elastic laminates are especially useful in diapers, surgical gowns, sheets, dressings, hygienic products and the like.

Kubo Yoshihiko, Arai Takashi, Nakajima Susumu, Maeda Tomiyo, Tsujikawa Hajime: Artificial tubular organ.. Nissho, January 8, 1992: EP0464755-A1 (192 worldwide citation)

An artificial tubular organ composed of a tubular supporting frame (1) made of a plastic material and provided on its at least one surface with a medical prosthetic material (10). The supporting frame (1) is composed of a plurality of ring portions (2) arranged on an axis (A), and a plural pairs of ...

Terry K Timmons, Peter Kobylivker, Lin Sun Woon: Nonwoven web with improved barrier properties. Kimberly Clark Corporation, William D Herrick, May 25, 1993: US05213881 (185 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 ...

William E Stumpf, Rodney C Schoenfelder, Donald Chadwick, Carolyn Keller, Timothy P Coffield, Randy J Sayers, Jeffrey W Bruner, Eric Cammenga: Woven fabric membrane for a seating surface. Herman Miller, Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, March 14, 2000: US06035901 (176 worldwide citation)

A membrane for a seating structure including a plurality of groups of at least two adjacent and parallel strands of multifilament yarn and a plurality of monofilaments arranged in generally perpendicular interlocking relationship with the strands. The monofilaments weave alternatively above and belo ...