Abstract: A laminated sheet construction for use in product packages has a substrate layer onto which there is laminated a transparent solid plastic film with an exposed surface having a transparent thermosetting adhesive coating. The surface beneath the coating may be printed with text and/or graphics which is visible through the film and adhesive. A container for a product may be directly affixed to the adhesive surface. Panels of the laminated substrate may be bonded together for increased strength or for capturing the flange of a container which can project through a window in one of the panels while displaying printing on the other panel through the window.
Abstract: An indicator is useful for detecting pressure points on a denture. The indicator is made of a composition that easily adheres to oral mucosa, has a proper viscosity in an oral cavity environment, can be properly spread between an oral mucosa surface and a denture base, and easily specifies an affected part. The composition includes a fatty acid ester having a melting point of 30 to 50° C., a water-soluble high polymer, and a metal oxide. Preferably, the fatty acid is 40 to 95% by weight of the composition, the water-soluble high polymer is 1 to 59% by weight of the composition, and the metal oxide is 0.1 to 50% by weight of the composition.
Abstract: A sizing composition for insulating products based on mineral wool, in particular of glass or of rock, includes at least one reducing sugar, and at least one inorganic acid metal salt chosen from inorganic acid alkali metal, alkaline earth metal, transition metal or poor metal salts. Furthermore, insulating products based on mineral fibers obtained and their process of manufacture are presented.
October 13, 2010
Date of Patent:
December 3, 2013
Boris Jaffrennou, Edouard Obert, Olivier Pons Y Moll, Stéphane Lohou
Abstract: The present invention describes a means for fixing skin care ingredients on the surface of non-woven webs and cellulosic mats. The active ingredients can be released (deposited) onto the skin by normal triggering mechanisms, which include the action of water or urine or by friction or rubbing. The fixative systems described herein provide the ability to control high load levels while not interfering with the wettabliity of the fabric or paper. Additionally, incompatible/reactive ingredients can be treated onto the same web and are kept as separate particles fixed to the surface until released.
September 8, 2005
Date of Patent:
November 28, 2006
National Starch and Chemical Investment Holding Corp.
James L. Eden, Mark A. Cole, Remo Santacecilia