KANG NA HSIUNG ENTERPRISE CO., LTD.
|KANG NA HSIUNG ENTERPRISE CO., LTD. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20150065003||NONWOVEN FABRIC COMPOSITE AND METHOD FOR MAKING THE SAME - A nonwoven fabric composite includes a spunbond nonwoven fabric layer having a plurality of bonded fibers, an air-laid nonwoven pulp web layer having a plurality of pulp fibers and overlying the spunbond nonwoven fabric layer to cooperatively form an inner laminate with the pulp web layer, and a pair of nonwoven carded fiber web layers each having a plurality of carded fibers. The nonwoven carded fiber web layers sandwich the inner laminate therebetween. The bonded fibers, the pulp fibers, and the carded fibers are entangled with one another. A ratio of tensile strength of the nonwoven fabric composite in a machine direction to tensile strength of the nonwoven fabric composite in a cross-machine direction is not greater than 4.||03-05-2015|
|20150028520||METHOD FOR MAKING A FEMALE MEMBER OF A HOOK-AND-LOOP FASTENER - A method for making a female member of a hook-and-loop fastener includes the steps of: (a) bonding together a base layer and a surface layer, that is formed from a fiber material and that is superimposed on the base layer, by applying heat to the surface layer so that fibers of the surface layer are curled; and (b) immediately after step (a), subjecting the surface layer to a rapid cooling treatment so as to set the curled fibers of the surface layer.||01-29-2015|
|20140221952||SANITARY ARTICLE AND METHOD FOR MAKING THE SAME - A sanitary article includes an absorbent pad including an upper sheet layer, a lower sheet layer, and a pulp-and-SAP powder layer combination. The powder layer combination is constituted by alternate layers of pulverized pulp and superabsorbent polymer (SAP) powder. A method for making the sanitary article is also disclosed.||08-07-2014|
|20140148772||ABSORBENT PAD, ABSORBENT ARTICLE, AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING AN ABSORBENT PAD - An absorbent article for use with a RF reader includes an absorbent pad and a RFID tag. The absorbent pad includes a lining layer, a liquid-impermeable layer, an absorbent layer, and a plurality of sensing wires. The liquid-impermeable layer is attached to the lining layer. The absorbent layer is disposed between the lining layer and the liquid-impermeable layer. The lining layer and the liquid--impermeable layer define a receiving space having an opening located at a side portion of the absorbent pad. The sensing wires are provided on the absorbent layer and extend into the receiving space. The RFID tag is received in the receiving space and contacts electrically the sensing wires when received in the receiving space.||05-29-2014|
|20140141677||Non-Woven Fabric and Method for Fabricating the Same - A non-woven fabric includes a filament fiber web and a composite fiber web that is entangled with the filament fiber web and that includes composite staple fibers and cellulose fibers. The composite staple fibers and the cellulose fibers are fusion-bonded together. A method of fabricating a non-woven fabric includes: (a) air laying and thermally treating composite staple fibers and cellulose fibers so as to form a composite fiber web, the composite staple fibers and the cellulose fibers in the composite fiber web being fusion-bonded together, and (b) disposing the composite fiber web between two filament fiber webs followed by subjecting to water-jet treatment such that the composite fiber web and the filament fiber webs are entangled with each other.||05-22-2014|
|20130138068||HYDROGEL LAMINATE, METHOD FOR MAKING THE SAME, AND WOUND DRESSING - A method for manufacturing a hydrogel laminate of a wound dressing includes the steps of: providing a fabric layer; forming a fluid-impermeable barrier layer on a lower surface of the fabric layer, the fluid-impermeable barrier layer having a water-repellant surface bonded to the lower surface of the fabric layer; applying a hydrogel precursor onto an upper surface of the fabric layer so as to permit the hydrogel precursor to infiltrate into the fabric layer; and curing the hydrogel precursor in the fabric layer to obtain a hydrogel laminate.||05-30-2013|
|20120143158||ABSORBENT ARTICLE - An absorbent article for absorbing a body fluid from a user includes a liquid-impermeable base layer, a liquid-permeable top layer, an absorbent layer disposed between the liquid-impermeable base layer and the liquid-permeable top layer, and a body fluid-collecting layer disposed between the liquid-permeable top layer and the absorbent layer and having a collecting region. The collecting region is formed with a plurality of indentations that are indented in a direction from the liquid-permeable top layer to the liquid-impermeable base layer and that are distributed densely in the collecting region.||06-07-2012|
|20120125343||FACE MASK AND METHOD FOR MAKING THE SAME - A method for making a face mask includes: cutting an elastic sheet to form an ear hanging strap having an opening; forming a cup-shaped mask body; thermal-bonding the cup-shaped mask body to a bonding portion of the ear hanging strap surrounding the opening; and forming two ear hanging holes in the ear hanging strap at two opposite sides of the opening. A face mask made by the above method is also provided.||05-24-2012|
|20110192888||FACE MASK COMBINATION AND AUTOMATIC PACKAGING METHOD FOR FACE MASKS - A face mask combination includes: an envelope having two interconnected sheet layers that confine a space therebetween, an opening formed in one of the sheet layers, and a closure sheet closing openably the opening and attached adhesively and releasably to the sheet layer formed with the opening; and at least one face mask disposed in the space and having two opposite ends, one of the opposite ends being disposed in proximity to the opening so as to be exposed from the opening when the closure sheet is opened. An automatic packaging method for face masks is also disclosed.||08-11-2011|
|20110055998||FACE MASK AND METHOD FOR MAKING THE SAME - A method for making face masks includes: advancing continuously a longitudinal sheet material that can be divided into a plurality of mask sheets each of which has two opposite longitudinal ends and two opposite transverse ends; cutting the sheet material at intervals to form the mask sheets; providing a plurality of strips each of which has two longitudinally opposite strip ends and each of which is folded to form a pleat between the two strip ends thereof; and bonding the two strip ends of each of the strips to one of the opposite transverse ends of a respective one of the mask sheets to form an ear loop. A structure of the face mask is also disclosed.||03-10-2011|
|20100186595||COMPOSITE FILTER AND GAS FILTER ASSEMBLY INCLUDING THE SAME - A composite filter includes a mesh screen layer having 30 to 200 mesh, a first non-woven fabric layer disposed on the mesh screen layer, and a second non-woven fabric layer disposed between the mesh screen layer and the first non-woven fabric layer. The first non-woven fabric layer has a higher filtration efficiency than that of the second non-woven fabric layer for particles having a particle size of 0.3 μm. A gas filter assembly includes the aforesaid composite filter pleated in a zigzag fashion, and a frame for holding and surrounding the composite filter.||07-29-2010|
|20090102075||DIFFUSER FOR AN AERATION SYSTEM - This invention relates to a diffuser for an aeration system, comprising a base, a diaphragm and a valve member attached to the diaphragm. The base is provided with a valve seat for engaging with the valve member to close the inlet of the aerating gas. Furthermore, the diaphragm includes a central portion, a peripheral portion attached to the periphery of the base, and a surrounding web segment interposed therebetween. The surrounding web segment includes a plurality of fibrous filaments which are arranged to form a textured structure with a plurality of pores of a dimension such that the aerating gas, when introduced, is permitted to be bubbled through said plurality of pores, so as to form fine and small bubbles in the water.||04-23-2009|
Patent applications by KANG NA HSIUNG ENTERPRISE CO., LTD.