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Steven L Edwards, Peter J Allen, Oliver P Renier: Method for making soft layered tissues. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Gregory E Croft, February 27, 1996: US05494554 (150 worldwide citation)

The formation of wet-pressed tissue webs useful for facial tissue, bath tissue, paper towels or the like is substantially improved by forming the wet tissue web in layers in which the second-formed layer has a consistency which is significantly less than the consistency of the first-formed layer. Th ...


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Steven Alexander Engel, Michael John Rekoske, Theodore Edwin Farrington Jr, Stephen John Sudall, Paul Edward Williams, David Arthur Hyland: Method for making smooth uncreped throughdried sheets. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Gregory E Croft, September 16, 1997: US05667636 (137 worldwide citation)

Uncreped throughdried cellulosic webs having improved smoothness and stretch are produced by transferring a newly formed web from the forming fabric to a slower moving, high fiber support transfer fabric, preferably using a fixed gap or kiss transfer in which the forming fabric and the transfer fabr ...


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Arne B Johansson: Forming fabric. Nordiskafilt, Kane Dalsimer Kane & Kurucz, August 12, 1986: US04605585 (128 worldwide citation)

A forming fabric consisting of synthetic yarns and intended for use in papermaking, cellulose and similar machines. The fabric comprises two layers, a top layer comprising fine yarns and forming the forming layer proper, and a bottom layer, the wear layer, comprising coarser yarns. The two layers ar ...


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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 (119 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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Martti I Kinnunen: Fourteen harness dual layer weave. Huyck Corporation, Lorusso & Loud, December 1, 1987: US04709732 (115 worldwide citation)

A dual layer forming fabric for use in papermaking, cellulose and similar machines having weave floats in the cross machine direction yarns on the machine side of the fabric that are under eleven machine direction yarns. The float bestows extra life potential to the fabric and gives extra protection ...


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Hans J Bugge: Forming fabric of double-layer type. Nordiskafilt, Kane Dalsimer Kane Sullivan & Kurucz, September 16, 1986: US04611639 (113 worldwide citation)

A forming fabric for use e.g. in the papermaking industry. The fabric comprises a first weave (1) including weft threads (4) and warp threads (3), and a second weave (2) which is interconnected with the first weave, said second weave comprising coarser weft threads (6), which interweave with warp th ...


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John G Buchanan, Donald G MacBean: Duplex forming fabric. JWI, Alan Swabey, Robert Mitchell, Guy Houle, February 9, 1982: US04314589 (109 worldwide citation)

A paper forming fabric having two layers of synthetic weft strands with interwoven synthetic warp strands and approximately 100% warp fill. The upper layer of the fabric comprises a regular array of mesh openings in which the distance between consecutive openings measured in the weft direction is ne ...


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Thomas F Scattolino, Howard J Stern, John G Trumball, Richard I Wolkowicz: Method for making a strong, bulky, absorbent paper sheet using restrained can drying. Scott Paper Company, Mark G Bocchetti, John W Kane Jr, August 9, 1994: US05336373 (108 worldwide citation)

A process for making a strong, bulky, absorbent paper sheet with improved uniformity by forming the web on a forming fabric with a furnish having a consistency in the range of from about 0.08% to about 0.6% solids, dewatering the web noncompressibly such that the web is the range of from about 30% t ...


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Melur K Ramasubramanian, Charles A Lee: Method for producing a high bulk paper web and product obtained thereby. James River Corporation, Luedeka Hodges Neely & Graham, March 24, 1992: US05098519 (106 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a novel cellulosic web and a method for its manufacture. The web is fabricated of fibrous material and is characterized by one of its surfaces being nubby. Such web is formed by the deposition of fibers from an aqueous slurry onto the surface of a multiplex forming fabric defining ...


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Charles E Thompson: Papermakers forming fabric. Huyck Corporation, Kenway & Jenney, June 12, 1984: US04453573 (103 worldwide citation)

An improved papermakers' fabric comprising warp and filling yarns woven in a preselected conventional unbalanced weave pattern modified such that the warp yarn of that pattern alternate with warp woven in accordance with the reverse of that pattern.