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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 (171 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 ...


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Kai F Chiu: Multi-ply papermaking fabric with binder warps. Lindsay Wire, Dann Dorfman Herrell and Skillman, June 15, 1993: US05219004 (118 worldwide citation)

A multi-ply forming fabric is provided for use at the wet end of a paper-making machine for receiving wet pulp having a substantial portion of recycled paper fibers. The forming fabric cannot be characterized as either a conventional double-layer or triple-layer fabric. The fabric has an independent ...


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Paul D Trokhan, Glenn D Boutilier: Multiple layer, multiple opacity backside textured belt. The Procter & Gamble Company, Larry L Huston, E Kelly Linman, Jacobus C Rasser, October 22, 1996: US05566724 (96 worldwide citation)

A belt for through-air drying a cellulosic fibrous structure. The belt comprises two layers, a web contacting first layer and a machine facing second layer. The yarns of the first layer are substantially transparent to actinic radiation, and the yarns of the second layer are substantially opaque to ...


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Ronald H Seabrook, Dale B Johnson, Derek G Chaplin, Rex Barrett: Composite papermaking fabric with paired weft binding yarns. JWI, Robert A Wilkes, October 27, 1998: US05826627 (95 worldwide citation)

A composite forming fabric in which the woven paper and machine side layers are interconnected by pairs of intrinsic weft binder yarns which interweave with the paper side layer to occupy an unbroken weft path. Each member interweaves sequentially with the warps of the paper side layer and with at l ...


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Fritz Vohringer: Binding thread arrangement in papermaking wire. F Oberdorfer & Co KG Industriegewebe Technik, Gifford Groh Sprinkle Patmore and Anderson, October 6, 1992: US05152326 (94 worldwide citation)

A composite papermaking fabric including an upper fabric upon which a fiber suspension will be deposited for producing paper and a lower fabric or running surface being driven by the papermaking machine. The upper and lower fabrics are connected by binding threads. Use of separate, independent bindi ...


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Henry J Lee: Papermakers fabric with stacked machine direction yarns. Asten Group, Volpe and Koenig, April 14, 1992: US05103874 (94 worldwide citation)

A papermakers fabric have a system of flat monofilament machine direction yarns (hereinafter MD yarns). The system of MD yarns comprises upper and lower yarns which are vertically stacked. Preferably, the upper MD yarns define floats on the upper surface of the fabric and each upper MD yarn is paire ...


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Fritz Vohringer: Double layer forming wire fabric. F Oberdorfer & Co, KG Industriegewebe Technik, Gifford Groh Sprinkle Patmore and Anderson, October 8, 1991: US05054525 (84 worldwide citation)

A double fabric produced by a forming wire for the wet end of a paper making machine. The double fabric has two sets of longitudinally directed threads and at least one upper and one lower layer of cross threads. The first set of longitudinal threads are woven with the upper layer cross threads. The ...


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John M Hawes: Triple layer papermaking fabric including top and bottom weft yarns interwoven with a warp yarn system. Albany International, Kane Dalsimer Sullivan Kurucz Levy Eisele & Richard, October 3, 1995: US05454405 (83 worldwide citation)

A triple-layer papermaking fabric includes top and a bottom weft yarn layers interwoven with a system of warp yarns. The warp yarn system includes pairs of associated, stacked first and second warp yarns. The first warp yarn in each pair interweaves with the top weft yarns in a plain-weave pattern o ...


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Ishino Tsuneo: Forming fabric for use in a papermaking machine. Nippon Filcon, Brumbaugh Graves Donohue & Raymond, February 3, 1987: US04640741 (83 worldwide citation)

A forming fabric for use in a papermaking machine has two warp layers and three weft layers. The three weft layers are arranged as an uppermost weft layer adapted to define a paper-web supporting surface of the fabric during use, an intermediate weft layer arranged below the uppermost weft layer, an ...


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Henry J Lee: Papermakers fabric with stacked machine direction yarns. Asten Group, Volpe & Koenig, April 6, 1993: US05199467 (80 worldwide citation)

An industrial fabric, preferably for use as a papermakers fabric, having a system of flat monofilament machine direction yarns hereinafter MD yarns, which are woven in stacked, vertical alignment throughout the body of the fabric. Preferably, each upper MD yarn defines floats on the upper surface of ...



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