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Inventor:
Hermans; Michael A.
Address:
Neenah, WI
No. of patents:
18
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7841103 Through-air dryer assembly November 30, 2010
A through-air dryer is disclosed. The through-air dryer includes a cylindrical deck made from a plurality of deck plates that support a throughdrying fabric. The deck plates are supported by opposing hubs. Each of the hubs is in communication with a bearing that is mounted to a stati
7666276 Apparatus for producing tissue paper February 23, 2010
A paper machine includes a dryer and a reel; at least one blow box located between the dryer and the reel; and a blower supplying a source of dry air to the at least one blow box.
7442279 Method and apparatus for producing tissue paper October 28, 2008
A method of making paper comprising over drying the paper web by a dryer; transporting the paper web to a reel; and supplying dry air adjacent at least a portion of the paper web's travel path from the dryer to the reel. A paper machine comprising a dryer and a reel; at least one blow
7320743 Method of making a tissue basesheet January 22, 2008
A method of imparting bulk and/or visual aesthetics to a tissue basesheet involves pressing the basesheet with a felt having a raised pattern on it so that the pattern becomes inherent in the sheet. A pattern is stitched into a carrier layer which is joined to a substrate to form the fel
7143525 Through-air dryer assembly December 5, 2006
A through-air dryer is disclosed. The through-air dryer includes a cylindrical deck made from a plurality of deck plates that support a throughdrying fabric. The deck plates are supported by opposing hubs. Each of the hubs is in communication with a bearing that is mounted to a stati
6877246 Through-air dryer assembly April 12, 2005
A through-air dryer is disclosed. The through-air dryer includes a cylindrical deck made from a plurality of deck plates that support a throughdrying fabric. The deck plates are supported by opposing hubs. Each of the hubs is in communication with the bearing that is mounted to a sta
6610619 Patterned felts for bulk and visual aesthetic development of a tissue basesheet August 26, 2003
A method of imparting bulk and/or visual aesthetics to a tissue basesheet involves pressing the basesheet with a felt having a raised pattern on it so that the pattern becomes inherent in the sheet. A pattern is stitched into a carrier layer which is joined to a substrate to form the fel
6607638 Process for increasing the softness of base webs and products made therefrom August 19, 2003
A process for increasing the tactile properties of a base web without adversely effecting the strength of the web is disclosed. In one embodiment, the process includes the steps of placing a base web between a first moving conveyor and a second moving conveyor. The conveyors are then
6585855 Paper product having improved fuzz-on-edge property July 1, 2003
A process for increasing the tactile properties of a base web without adversely effecting the strength of the web is disclosed. In one embodiment, the process includes the steps of placing a base web between a first moving conveyor and a second moving conveyor. The conveyors are then
6306258 Air press October 23, 2001
A pressurized box is positioned opposite a vacuum box. The pressurized box has a leading cross machine direction baffle with a ceramic shoe which engages a forming fabric, and a trailing cross machine direction baffle of similar construction. Two end deckles complete the pressurized box.
5607551 Soft tissue March 4, 1997
Soft throughdried tissues, which are sufficiently soft to serve as premium bathroom tissues, can be made without the use of a Yankee dryer. The typical Yankee functions of building machine direction and cross-machine direction stretch are replaced by a wet end rush transfer and the t
5510002 Method for increasing the internal bulk of wet-pressed tissue April 23, 1996
The internal bulk of a tissue web can be improved during manufacturing of the basesheet by subjecting the tissue web to differential pressure while supported on a coarse fabric at a consistency of about 30 percent or greater. The differential pressure, such as by applying vacuum suction
5510001 Method for increasing the internal bulk of throughdried tissue April 23, 1996
The internal bulk of a tissue web can be improved during manufacturing of the basesheet by subjecting the tissue web to differential pressure while supported on a coarse fabric at a consistency of about 30 percent or greater. The differential pressure, such as by applying vacuum suction
5505818 Method for increasing the internal bulk of wet-pressed tissue April 9, 1996
The internal bulk of a tissue web can be improved during manufacturing of the basesheet by subjecting the tissue web to differential pressure while supported on a coarse fabric at a consistency of about 30 percent or greater. The differential pressure, such as by applying vacuum suction
5501768 Method of treating papermaking fibers for making tissue March 26, 1996
The throughdryability of dewatered, but wet, sheets made from papermaking fibers can be significantly increased by subjecting an aqueous suspension of the fibers at high consistency to elevated temperatures with sufficient working of the fibers. Such a treatment is particularly effective
5492598 Method for increasing the internal bulk of throughdried tissue February 20, 1996
The internal bulk of a tissue web can be improved during manufacturing of the basesheet by subjecting the tissue web to differential pressure while supported on a coarse fabric at a consistency of about 30 percent or greater. The differential pressure, such as by applying vacuum suction
5411636 Method for increasing the internal bulk of wet-pressed tissue May 2, 1995
The internal bulk of a tissue web can be improved during manufacturing of the basesheet by subjecting the tissue web to differential pressure while supported on a coarse fabric at a consistency of about 30 percent or greater. The differential pressure, such as by applying vacuum suction
5348620 Method of treating papermaking fibers for making tissue September 20, 1994
The throughdryability of dewatered, but wet, sheets made from papermaking fibers can be significantly increased by subjecting an aqueous suspension of the fibers at high consistency to elevated temperatures with sufficient working of the fibers. Such a treatment is particularly effective










 
 
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