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Hermann Gaisser: Woven multilayer papermaking fabric having increased stability and permeability and method. Hermann Wangner & Co, Cort Flint, November 19, 1991: US05066532 (109 worldwide citation)

A papermaking fabric and method therefor is disclosed which may be used as a support fabric or a carrier fabric for paper material on a papermaking machine. The fabric, designated generally as (A) includes a first layer (B) of longitudinal yarns (32, 34, 36, and 38) extending in a machine direction. ...


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Hermann Gaisser: Woven multilayer papermaking fabric having increased stability and permeability and method. Wangner Systems Corporation, Cort Flint, May 19, 1992: US05114777 (100 worldwide citation)

A papermaking fabric and method therefor is disclosed which may be used as a support fabric or a carrier fabric for paper material on a papermaking machine. The fabric, designated generally as (A) includes a first layer (B) of warp yarns (32, 34, 36, and 38) extending in a machine direction. A secon ...


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Hermann Gaisser: Woven multilayer papermaking fabric having increased stability and permeability and method. Wangner Systems Corporation, Cort Flint, Henry S Jaudon, October 19, 1993: US05254398 (15 worldwide citation)

A papermaking fabric and method therefor is disclosed which may be used as a support fabric or a carrier fabric for paper material on a papermaking machine. The fabric, designated generally as (A) includes a first layer (B) of warp yarns (32, 34, 36, and 38) extending in a machine direction. A secon ...


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Gaisser Hermann: Toile tissee multicouche pour machine a papier, caracterisee par sa stabilite et son impermeabilite accrues, et sa fabrication, Woven multilayer papermaking fabric having increased stability and permeability and method. Hermann Wangner & Co Kg, FETHERSTONHAUGH & CO, May 15, 1990: CA1269025

ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSURE A papermaking fabric and method therefor is dis-closed which may be used as a support fabric or a carrier fabric for paper material on a papermaking machine. The fabric, designated generally as (A) includes a first layer (B) of warp yarns extending in a machine direction. ...



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