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Disposable wearing article










Image Number 4 for United States Patent #7211709.

A disposable wearing article comprises a liquid-pervious topsheet, a liquid-impervious backsheet and a liquid-absorbent panel interposed between the top- and backsheets. The backsheet is formed by a breathable and hydrophobic first fibrous nonwoven fabric layer underlying the panel, a breathable and liquid-impervious plastic film underlying the first fibrous nonwoven fabric layer and a breathable and hydrophobic second fibrous nonwoven fabric layer underlying the film. In a zone occupied by the panel, the first fibrous nonwoven fabric layer is intermittently joined to an under surface of the panel by means of a hot melt adhesive and the film is intermittently joined to the first fibrous nonwoven fabric layer by means of the hot melt adhesive.








 
 
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