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Greg Arthur Wendt, Kai F Chiu, Mark Alan Burazin, Theodore Edwin Farrington Jr, David Alan Heaton: Method of making soft tissue products. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Gregory E Croft, September 30, 1997: US05672248 (289 worldwide citation)

Throughdried tissue products such as facial tissue, bath tissue, and paper towels are made using a throughdrying fabric having from about 5 to about 300 machine direction impression knuckles per square inch (per 6.45 square centimeters) which are raised above the plane of the fabric. These impressio ...


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Greg Arthur Wendt, Kai F Chiu, Mark Alan Burazin, Theodore Edwin Farrington Jr, David Alan Heaton: Method of making soft tissue products. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Gregory E Croft, January 25, 2000: US06017417 (157 worldwide citation)

Throughdried tissue products such as facial tissue, bath tissue, and paper towels are made using a throughdrying fabric having from about 5 to about 300 machine direction impression knuckles per square inch (per 6.45 square centimeters) which are raised above the plane of the fabric. These impressio ...


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Greg Arthur Wendt, Kai F Chiu, Mark Alan Burazin, Theodore Edwin Farrington Jr, David Alan Heaton: Method of making soft tissue products. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Gregory E Croft, May 5, 1998: US05746887 (132 worldwide citation)

Throughdried tissue products such as facial tissue, bath tissue, and paper towels are made using a throughdrying fabric having from about 5 to about 300 machine direction impression knuckles per square inch (per 6.45 square centimeters) which are raised above the plane of the fabric. These impressio ...


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Wendt Greg Arthur, Farrington Theodore Edwin Jr, Chiu Kai F, Heaton David Alan, Burazin Mark Alan: Method of making soft tissue products.. Kimberly Clark Co, October 18, 1995: EP0677612-A2 (71 worldwide citation)

Throughdried tissue products such as facial tissue, bath tissue, and paper towels are made using a throughdrying fabric having from about 5 to about 300 machine direction impression knuckles per 6.45 cm (1 square inch) which are raised above the plane of the fabric. These impression knuckles create ...


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Arthur Wendt Greg, Chiu Kai F, Alan Burazin Mark, Edwin Farrington Theodore Jr, Alan Heaton David: Method of making soft tissue products. Kimberly Clark Co, October 13, 1995: FR2718470-A1

Throughdried tissue products such as facial tissue, bath tissue, and paper towels are made using a throughdrying fabric having from about 5 to about 300 machine direction impression knuckles per square inch (per 6.45 square centimeters) which are raised above the plane of the fabric. These impressio ...


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Wendt Greg Arthur, Chiu Kai F, Burazin Mark Alan, Farrington Theodore Edwin Jr, Heaton David Alan: Methode pour lobtention de papier-mouchoirs, Method of making soft tissue products. Wendt Greg Arthur, Chiu Kai F, Burazin Mark Alan, Farrington Theodore Edwin Jr, Heaton David Alan, Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, BORDEN LADNER GERVAIS, June 1, 1999: CA2142805

Throughdried tissue products such as facial tissue, bath tissue, and paper towels are made using a throughdrying fabric having from about 5 to about 300 machine direction impression knuckles per square inch (per 6.45 square centimeters) which are raised above the plane of the fabric. These impressio ...


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Greg Arthur Wendt, Kai F Chiu, Mark Alan Burazin: Method of making soft tissue products. Kimberly Clark Corporation, TIAN MINGSHENG LUO CAIXI, April 17, 1996: CN95103890

Throughdried tissue products such as facial tissue, bath tissue, and paper towels are made using a throughdrying fabric having from about 5 to about 300 machine direction impression knuckles per square inch (per 6.45 square centimeters) which are raised above the plane of the fabric. These impressio ...


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SUBSTRATES HAVING FORMULATIONS WITH IMPROVED TRANSFERABILITY. July 19, 2018: US20180200168-A1

Substrates having formulations disposed thereon, wherein the formulations have improved transfer rates from the substrate to skin, are disclosed herein. More particularly, the formulations can be applied to nonwoven, particularly elastomeric substrates, as well as tissue paper, and can be easily and ...