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특허 상세정보

Surface bonded entangled fibrous web and method of making and using

특허상세정보
국가/구분 United States(US) Patent 등록
국제특허분류(IPC7판) B06B-007/00   
미국특허분류(USC) 134/006; 134/042; 426/106
출원번호 US-0390214 (2003-03-17)
발명자 / 주소
  • Ouellette,William Robert
  • Johnson,Robert Allan
  • Hall,Bruce Neil
출원인 / 주소
  • The Procter &
  • Gamble Company
인용정보 피인용 횟수 : 1  인용 특허 : 92
초록

An absorbent, low-linting fibrous structure comprising an entangled web of synthetic fibers, wherein fibers of at least one of said top surface and said bottom surface are surface bonded, such as by thermal or adhesive bonding. The web is absorbent, has low density, is resistant to linting, and can retain structural integrity at high temperatures. The structure can be made by forming a web of synthetic fibers, entangling the fibers of the web, such as by needling or hydroentangling, and bonding the fibers at the surface of the web by thermal or adhesive ...

대표
청구항

What is claimed is: 1. A method for absorbing oil from food, comprising placing a web in oil communication with food during preparation, transport, or storage of said food, wherein: said web comprises synthetic fibers, a top surface, and a bottom surface; fibers of at least one of said top surface and said bottom surface are surface bonded; said web having a center region wherein said fibers are not thermally bonded to one another, a thickness of at least about 2 mm, a basis weight of from about 100 g/m 2 to about 500 g/m2, and an Ambient Temperature (2...

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