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Francisco Lorente Codorniu: Double-layer forming fabric. Nordiska Maskinfilt Aktiebolaget, January 31, 1978: US04071050 (98 worldwide citation)

A double-layer forming wire for paper-making, cellulose and similar machines, said wire being particularly arranged to prevent marking on the material to be formed. The wire comprises two layers of weft yarns interconnected by warp threads, the weft layer intended to face the material to be formed ( ...


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Ivan J Fearnhead: Papermakers fabric having a tight bottom weft geometry. Unaform, Fleit Jacobson Cohn & Price, February 10, 1987: US04642261 (34 worldwide citation)

A two-face, double-layer forming fabric having a tight bottom weft geometry. The fabric, in general, comprises first and second pluralities of cross-machine direction yarns and a plurality of machine direction yarns interwoven in accordance with a desired weave pattern to define a top layer and a bo ...


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Michael D Praetzel: Eight harness double layer forming fabric with uniform drainage. Wangner Systems Corporation, Henry S Jaudon, Cort Flint, June 6, 1995: US05421375 (30 worldwide citation)

A method of weaving on a loom a multilayer paper forming fabric in an eight warp repeating pattern. The weaving is controlled to produce uniform drainage channels throughout the forming fabric. The paper forming fabric is formed to have a weft yarn dominant paper support surface and a weft yarn domi ...


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Ednaldo Vilar Barreto, Robert G Wilson: Papermakers double layer forming fabric. Weavexx Corporation, Myers Bigel Sibley Sajovec, January 12, 1999: US05857498 (30 worldwide citation)

The forming fabric has a top machine side and an opposing bottom paper side and comprises machine direction (MD) yarns and cross machine direction (CMD) yarns interwoven in a repeating pattern of multiple repeating units. The repeating unit of the pattern comprises: paper side CMD yarns forming the ...


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Robert Karm: Double layer forming fabrics for use in paper making machines. Martel Catala & Cie, Larson and Taylor, October 11, 1983: US04408637 (7 worldwide citation)

A double layer forming fabric for use in a paper-making machine has a warp ratio of at least six strands and a shute ratio of at least twelve strands. The warp strands bind with the lower layer at locations distributed according to a satin weave pattern whose ratio is equal to the warp ratio; the wa ...


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Brian Majaury, Bill Martin: Double layer forming fabric with paired warp binder yarns. Albany International, Frommer Lawrence & Haug, Ronald R Santucci, June 13, 2006: US07059360 (5 worldwide citation)

A papermaker's fabric, usable in the forming section of a paper machine, has first and second layers of cross-machine direction (CD) yarns interwoven with sets of machine-direction (MD) yarns. Each set has four pairs of MD yarns with each pair comprising a first MD yarn and a second MD yarn. The fir ...


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Roger Danby, Dale B Johnson, Richard Stone: Double layer forming fabric with high center plane resistance. AstenJohnson, Volpe and Koenig P C, September 23, 2008: US07426944 (4 worldwide citation)

Double layer forming fabrics, woven to an overall repeating weave pattern requiring at least 8 sheds in the loom, provide a low drainage area in a notional center plane between the paper and machine side layers, to resist and retard initial impingement drainage. Transverse binder yarn pairs follow a ...


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Dale Johnson, Richard Stone: High support double layer forming fabric. AstenJohnson, Shapiro Cohen, January 24, 2006: US06989079 (4 worldwide citation)

A double layer forming fabric for a paper making machine is woven to an overall repeating pattern, which comprises in combination paper side layer weft yarns, machine side layer weft yarns, and warp yarns. The paper side layer weft yarns interweave with the warp yarns in a first repeating weave patt ...


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Danby Roger, Johnson Dale B, Stone Richard: Double layer forming fabric with high centre plane resistance. Danby Roger, Johnson Dale B, Stone Richard, PROBERT Heather, April 6, 2006: WO/2006/034576 (2 worldwide citation)

Double layer forming fabrics, woven to an overall repeating weave pattern requiring at least 8 sheds in the loom, provide a low drainage area in a notional centre plane between the paper and machine side layers, to resist and retard initial impingement drainage. Transverse binder yarn pairs follow a ...


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Danby Roger, Johnson Dale B, Stone Richard: Toile de formation double couche presentant une resistance de plan central elevee, Double layer forming fabric with high centre plane resistance. Danby Roger, Johnson Dale B, Stone Richard, Astenjohnson, SHAPIRO COHEN, September 1, 2009: CA2579591 (1 worldwide citation)

Double layer forming fabrics, woven to an overall repeating weave pattern requiring at least 8 sheds in the loom, provide a low drainage area in a notional centre plane between the paper and machine side layers, to resist and retard initial impingement drainage. Transverse binder yarn pairs follow a ...



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