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US20150247288 DISPERSIBLE NON-WOVEN FABRICS  
The present invention relates to a dispersible nonwoven fabric comprising pulp and solvent spun cellulosic fibers, characterized in that the solvent spun cellulosic fibers are fibrillated....
US20140318726 DISPERSIBLE NON-WOVEN FABRICS  
The present invention relates to a dispersible nonwoven fabric comprising pulp and solvent spun cellulosic fibers, characterized in that the solvent spun cellulosic fibers are fibrillated....
US20130294970 BIODEGRADABLE STERILIZATION WRAP  
The present invention concerns a medical material comprising biodegradable compounds.
US20130306260 Soy stalk and wheat straw pulp fiber mixtures  
This invention relates to annual crop straw and stalk fibers having properties suitable for use in paper, paperboard, and related products disposable paper plates, cups, and bowls, molded and...
US20070023154 Insulating paperboard  
An insulating paperboard contains at least one layer of cellulose fibers. The one layer is at least partially composed of cellulosic fibers and fillers. The paperboard provides sufficient...
US20120199301 FLUSHABLE MOIST WIPE OR HYGIENE TISSUE  
A flushable moist wipe or hygiene tissue including a hydraulically entangled nonwoven material impregnated with a wetting composition. The nonwoven material contains at least 70%, by fibre weight,...
US20050279470 Fibrous structures comprising a tuft  
Fibrous structures comprising a tuft. More particularly, the present invention relates to fibrous structures comprising at least two chemically different compositions wherein less than all of the...
US20150216374 DISPERSIBLE HYDROENTANGLED BASESHEET WITH TRIGGERABLE BINDER  
The present disclosure is generally directed to a dispersible moist wipe comprising hydroentangled fibers and a binder composition. The moist wipe demonstrates high initial wet strength while...
US20140166222 COMPOSITIONS FOR USE IN THE WET-END OF PAPERMAKING  
A composition for use as a strengthening agent in the wet-end of papermaking which comprises a surface modified non-wood plant fiber and a starch component.
US20070137817 Polyareneazole/wood pulp and methods of making same  
The present invention relates to wood pulp and polyareneazole pulp for use as reinforcement material in products including for example friction materials, fluid sealing materials, and papers. The...
US20150122432 HIGH EFFICIENCY DISPOSABLE CELLULOSIC WIPER  
A disposable cellulosic wiper includes a percentage by weight of pulp-derived papermaking fibers, and a percentage by weight of regenerated independent cellulosic microfibers having a number...
US20150122438 HIGH EFFICIENCY DISPOSABLE CELLULOSIC WIPER  
A disposable cellulosic wiper includes a percentage by weight of pulp-derived papermaking fibers, and a percentage by weight of regenerated independent cellulosic microfibers having a number...
US20150122436 HIGH EFFICIENCY DISPOSABLE CELLULOSIC WIPER  
A high efficiency disposable cellulosic wiper includes a percentage by weight of pulp-derived papermaking fibers, and a percentage by weight of independent regenerated cellulosic microfibers...
US20050284595 Cellulosic and para-aramid pulp and processes of making same  
The present invention relates to cellulosic and para-aramid pulp for use as reinforcement material in products such as seals and friction materials. The pulp comprises (a) irregularly shaped,...
US20120295165 SINGLE-LAYER LITHIUM ION BATTERY SEPARATOR  
The present invention relates to a microporous polymeric battery separator comprised of a single layer of enmeshed microfibers and nanofibers. Such a separator accords the ability to attune the...
US20120145345 MANUFACTURING METHOD OF PAPER MAKING PART FOR LOUDSPEAKER, PAPER MAKING PART FOR LOUDSPEAKER, DIAPHRAGM FOR LOUDSPEAKER, SUB CONE FOR LOUDSPEAKER, DUST CAP FOR LOUDSPEAKER AND LOUDSPEAKER  
A manufacturing method of a paper making part for a loudspeaker has freedom of adjusting a characteristic and a sound quality, and has a higher productivity. Accordingly, a fibrillating step of a...
US20140224443 ADDITIVES FOR PAPERMAKING  
The present invention provides systems and methods for papermaking. In embodiments, the systems include a first population of fibers dispersed in an aqueous solution and complexed with an...
US20150122437 HIGH EFFICIENCY DISPOSABLE CELLULOSIC WIPER  
A disposable cellulosic wiper includes a percentage by weight of pulp-derived papermaking fibers, and a percentage by weight of regenerated independent cellulosic microfibers having a number...
US20070137819 Polyareneazole/thermoset pulp and methods of making same  
The present invention relates to thermoset and polyareneazole pulp for use as reinforcement material in products including for example fluid seals and friction materials, as a processing aid...
US20150129147 HIGH EFFICIENCY DISPOSABLE CELLULOSIC WIPER  
A disposable cellulosic wiper includes a percentage by weight of pulp-derived papermaking fibers, and a percentage by weight of regenerated independent cellulosic microfibers having a number...
US20150122435 HIGH EFFICIENCY DISPOSABLE CELLULOSIC WIPER  
A disposable cellulosic wiper includes a percentage by weight of pulp-derived papermaking fibers having a characteristic scattering coefficient of less than 50 m2/kg, and a percentage by weight of...
US20140144598 HIGH EFFICIENCY DISPOSABLE CELLULOSIC WIPER  
A disposable cellulosic wiper includes a percentage by weight of pulp-derived papermaking fibers having a characteristic scattering coefficient of less than 50 m2/kg, and a percentage by weight of...
US20050230072 Aramid paper blend  
The present invention relates to aramid paper which is suitable for composite structures and which is made using a combination of para-aramid pulp, floc, and, optionally, a polymer binder material.
US20070144695 Polyareneazole/thermoplastic pulp and methods of making same  
The present invention relates to thermoplastic and polyareneazole pulp for use as reinforcement material in products including for example fluid sealing materials, as a processing aid including...
US20130309463 SYNTHETIC PAPER  
Synthetic paper, including: between 10 and 90 wt. % of structural fibers, and between 90 and 10 wt. % of bonding fibers. The structural fibers are poly(p-phenylene telephthalamide) (PPTA) fibers...
US20090250181 PAPER COMPRISING PIPD FLOC AND PROCESS FOR MAKING THE SAME  
The invention concerns a paper comprising polypyridobisimidazole floc having a length of from 1.0 to 15 mm, where the apparent density of the paper is from 0.1 to 0.4 g/cm3 and the tensile...
US20150122439 HIGH EFFICIENCY DISPOSABLE CELLULOSIC WIPER  
A disposable cellulosic wiper includes a percentage by weight of pulp-derived papermaking fibers, and a percentage by weight of regenerated independent cellulosic microfibers having a number...
US20090236064 Paper Comprising Pipd Pupl and Process for Making Same  
The invention concerns a paper comprising polypyridobisimidazole fibers, where the apparent density of the paper is from 0.1 to 0.5 g/cm3 and the tensile strength of the paper in N/cm is at least...
US20070246179 Composites of Starch Containing Silicon, Method for the Production Thereof, and Use for Making Paper and Board  
The invention relates to composites of starch containing silicon, particularly to starch silica, and starch silicate composites, a method for the production thereof and the use thereof as a filler...
US20070012413 Wallpaper and method for production thereof  
Wallpaper base containing chemical pulp, filler, chemical additives, and, as an option, groundwood pulp. Reduction of the wet expansion is achieved in that the paper has a man-made fiber content...
US20140343523 HYDROENTANGLED FIBROUS STRUCTURES  
A hydroentangled fibrous structure. The hydroentangled fibrous structure can be incorporated into an absorbent article. Methods of forming a hydroentangled fibrous structure are also provided.
US20130220563 SOFT AND STRONG FIBROUS STRUCTURES AND METHODS FOR MAKING SAME  
Soft and strong fibrous structures and more particularly soft and strong fibrous structures that contains less softwood fibers than known fibrous structures and methods for making such soft and...
US20130213595 SOFT AND STRONG FIBROUS STRUCTURES AND METHODS FOR MAKING SAME  
Soft and strong fibrous structures and more particularly soft and strong fibrous structures that contains less softwood fibers than known fibrous structures and methods for making such soft and...
US20110308749 SOFT AND STRONG FIBROUS STRUCTURES AND METHODS FOR MAKING SAME  
Soft and strong fibrous structures and more particularly soft and strong fibrous structures that contains less softwood fibers than known fibrous structures and methods for making such soft and...
US20110168342 SOFT AND STRONG FIBROUS STRUCTURES AND METHODS FOR MAKING SAME  
Soft and strong fibrous structures and more particularly soft and strong fibrous structures that contains less softwood fibers than known fibrous structures and methods for making such soft and...
US20050034830 Wet-type paper friction member  
[Problems]To provide a wet paper friction member with both excellent friction property and high frictional coefficient. [Solution Means]A wet paper friction member is produced by impregnating a...
US20150122434 HIGH EFFICIENCY DISPOSABLE CELLULOSIC WIPER  
A disposable cellulosic wiper includes a percentage by weight of pulp-derived papermaking fibers, and a percentage by weight of regenerated independent cellulosic microfibers having a number...
US20080000599 Aramid paper, method of manufacturing the same and aramid-polyester laminate  
An aramid paper is made from aramid fibrids and short fibers both as main constituents and formed into a paper shape. The aramid paper has two sides and a surface and includes a thermal bonding...
US20100065235 FOOD WRAP BASE SHEET WITH REGENERATED CELLULOSE MICROFIBER  
A base sheet for food wrap products. The base sheet can include a pulp-derived papermaking fiber and a fibrillated regenerated cellulose microfiber having a CSF value of less than about 175 mL.
US20080173418 Absorbent Cellulosic Products with Regenerated Cellulose Formed In-Situ  
A method of making absorbent cellulosic sheet includes forming a web of papermaking fibers, extruding a cellulosic dope of underivatized cellulose, disposing the dope upon the web and regenerating...
US20060207735 Creped paper product and method for manufacturing  
A creped paper product is provided according to the invention. The creped paper product comprises a result of creping a web of fibers comprising synthetic fibers to provide a creped paper product...
US20120302120 SHORT CUT MICROFIBERS  
A short-cut, water non-dispersible polymer microfiber is provided comprising at least one water non-dispersible polymer wherein the water non-dispersible polymer microfiber has an average fineness...
US20150144281 METHOD OF CLEANING RESIDUE FROM A SURFACE USING A HIGH EFFICIENCY DISPOSABLE CELLULOSIC WIPER  
An absorbent paper sheet for tissue or towel includes an amount by weight of pulp-derived papermaking fibers, and an amount by weight of fibrillated regenerated cellulosic microfibers prepared...
US20090151884 Friction Papers Comprising Pipd Fiber  
The invention concerns a paper comprising (a) 40 to 70 parts by weight of polypyridobisimidazole fiber, polypyridobisimidazole pulp, or mixtures thereof and (b) 30 to 60 parts by weight of...
US20070137818 Para-aramid pulp including meta-aramid fibrids and processes of making same  
The present invention relates to para-aramid pulp including meta-aramid fibrids for use as reinforcement material in products including for example friction materials, fluid sealing materials, and...
US20090321028 Sheetlike products and works  
This invention is to provide a sheet product that is excellent in moisture absorption amount, moisture absorption speed and moisture release speed and is capable of keeping a powder from falling...
US20060266486 Electroconductive aramid paper  
This invention relates to aramid papers, and a process for making such papers, the papers comprising 5 to 65 parts by weight aramid fiber, 30-90 parts by weight aramid fibrids, and 1-20 parts by...
US20090162605 Papers containing floc derived from diamino diphenyl sulfone  
This invention relates to papers made with floc containing a polymer or copolymer derived from a monomer selected from the group consisting of 4,4′diaminodiphenyl sulfone, 3,3′diaminodiphenyl...
US20090159224 Paper Products Including Surface Treated Thermally Bondable Fibers and Methods of Making the Same  
The present invention is a paper product including a thermally bondable fiber which may be surfactant coated. The paper product according to the present invention has improved strength and...
US20110217539 POROUS INTERPENETRATING POLYMER NETWORK  
A functional, porous, interpenetrating polymer network (IPN) includes a first polymer network in the form of a porogenic support fabric (PSF) composed of linear polymers in the form of a...

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