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Breathable elastic polymeric film laminates.

U.S. patent: 6,808,789

Issued: October 26, 2004

Inventors: James E. Pelkie, John Joseph Curro, Michele Ann Mansfiled and George Christopher Dobrin

Assigned: Procter & Gamble and Tredegar Film Products

Keywords: A carrier material is supplied onto a top surface of continuous portions of an elastomeric film to form the composite material. A pressure differential is applied to a bottom surface of film for a period of time sufficient for three-dimensional apertured structures to be formed in the film.
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Title Annotation:Patent News
Publication:Rubber World
Date:Apr 1, 2005
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