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Jay Sorensen: Cup holder. Kolisch Hartwell Dickinson McCormack & Heuser, June 20, 1995: US05425497 (145 worldwide citation)


A cup holder is disclosed in the form of a sheet with distal ends. A web is formed in one of the ends, and a corresponding slot is formed in the other end such that the ends interlock. Thus the cup holder is assembled by rolling the sheet and interlocking the ends. The sheet can be an elongate band ...


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Thomas W Osborn III: Soft, absorbent tissue paper. The Procter & Gamble Company, Monte D Witte, Fredrick H Braun, Richard C Witte, April 10, 1984: US04441962 (108 worldwide citation)


Tissue paper webs useful in the manufacture of soft, absorbent products such as paper towels, and processes for making the webs. The process comprises the steps of forming an aqueous papermaking furnish from paper pulp, at least one specified quaternary ammonium compound and at least one specified n ...


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Thomas W Osborn III: Soft, absorbent tissue paper. The Procter & Gamble Company, Monte D Witte, Richard C Witte, Fredrick H Braun, September 28, 1982: US04351699 (82 worldwide citation)


Tissue paper webs useful in the manufacture of soft, absorbent products such as paper towels, and processes for making the webs. The process comprises the steps of forming an aqueous papermaking furnish from paper pulp, at least one specified quaternary ammonium compound and at least one specified n ...


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John J Egan III, Christopher L Demler: Integrated paper pulp and process machinery having integrated drive and control and methods of use thereof. Kadant Black Clawson, Wegman Hessler & Vanderburg, September 9, 2003: US06617720 (68 worldwide citation)


The invention pertains to equipment and methods in which the rotatable drive member of a variable speed motor, such as a switched reluctance motor, carries a rotatable pulp processing element (


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Robert C Sokolowski, Russell L Johnson: Particulate paper product, especially for use as animal litter. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Gregory E Croft, Donald L Traut, Jeremiah J Duggan, October 28, 1986: US04619862 (60 worldwide citation)


Discrete absorbant particles, useful for example as an animal litter, are produced by joining together layers of formed paper pulp, the layers being compressed together in such a way as to remain together under normal use conditions, prior to immersion in water, but so as to wholly or partially sepa ...


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Lozano Ernesto B: Method and means for protecting documents. Sandoe Hopgood & Calimafde, April 8, 1975: US3876496 (51 worldwide citation)


A safety paper composition is provided for protective documents in which a stabilized dye in the colloidal size range is dispersed. The dye which is substantially masked from view is sensitive to liquid ink eradicators such as bleach solutions and organic solvents in which the dye is soluble. A dye ...


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Johan Devenyns: A process for delignifying pulp with organic peroxyacid in the presence of phosphonic acids and their salts. Solvay Interox, Spencer & Frank, September 3, 1996: US05552018 (51 worldwide citation)


Process for improving the selectivity of the delignification of a chemical paper pulp by employing a peroxyacid, in which the unbleached pulp originating from the cooking operation is treated with an aqueous solution of this organic peroxyacid in the presence of at least one stabilizer selected from ...


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Roger E Larson: Method of making foam core building panels in a continuous operation. Jack M Wiseman, April 8, 1986: US04581186 (50 worldwide citation)


A method and apparatus for making building panels includes means for positioning upper and lower rigid sheets of material, such as paper pulp, in spaced relation so that foamable material disposed between the sheets can move into gripping engagement with both sheets as it expands and solidifies.


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Gary A Arnold: Printing system. St Regis Paper Company, Woodling Krost Granger & Rust, March 27, 1979: US04146900 (49 worldwide citation)


A printing system is disclosed wherein ink is emitted from a nozzle as entrained in a jet of air. The ink is introduced onto an ink wall from an ink passageway and a fluid passageway has an outlet directing air at an angle onto this ink wall to cause ink to flow along the wall and form into ligament ...


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Improvements in or relating to strainer plates and drums. James Walker, April 3, 1940: GB519680-A (49 worldwide citation)


519,680. Strainers; making gratings. WALKER, J. Sept. 22, 1938, No. 27603. [Class 46] [Also in Group XXII] Plates for straining paper pulp or other liquor are made of corrugated sheet metal with slits D, Fig. 9, cut along the apices of the corrugations. The corrugations may be angular or curved. Whe ...



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