A personal care article comprising a nonwoven fluid permeable topsheet having a body-facing surface and an opposing backside surface, a fluid impermeable backsheet and at least one intermediate layer disposed there between, wherein the fluid permeable topsheet comprises apertured
holes wherein at least 10% of the aperture holes include a treatment rendering the aperture holes more hydrophilic than untreated portions of the fluid permeable topsheet, and wherein the fluid permeable topsheet other than the aperture holes comprises a surface composition selected from a hydrophobic composition, a superhydrophobic composition and combinations thereof.
In a single aperture system, significant contributions are made to the spectrum by components outside the apertured
and Embossed Topsheet Layer Materials, and Absorbent Articles Containing Such Wendy M.
Texol, an Italian manufacturer of apertured films and other materials for hygiene and medical applications, is adding a new line based on its own proprietary technology for three-dimensional vacuum and mechanical perforation.
According to executives, the new line has been made possible by the success of other Texol products including its three-dimensional apertured extreme poly film with the performance of perforated poly and the softness of nonwoven; three-dimensional apertured poly film and non-woven laminate and classic apertured poly film in different patterns with very low basic weights.
Recently patented is an apertured
web comprised of a first zone with a first arrangement of land areas and at least two apertures that have the same size and shape as each other.
The sheet comprises an apertured
web, which contains a plastic web with longitudinal and transverse directions from approximately 0.
The core features an outer cover with an apertured
polymeric formed film, which contains a land region with numerous openings.
Webs Having Permanent Hydrophilicity And Absorbent Articles Using Such Webs: No.
The article also features an apertured
thermoplastic film layer that extends laterally and longitudinally outward to form a portion of the periphery.
Method Of Producing An Apertured
Covering Sheet For An Absorbent Article And A Material Produced In Accordance With The Method: No.
Patented is an apertured
film from a starting film of stretchable thermoplastic polymeric material that has a given thickness dimension, made of a plurality of apertures extending through the thickness dimension of the film.