Global Patent Index - EP 1000196 A1

EP 1000196 A1 20000517 - MULTI-LAYER SCREEN FOR THE WET AREA OF A PAPER MACHINE AND PRODUCT MANUFACTURED USING THE SAME

Title (en)

MULTI-LAYER SCREEN FOR THE WET AREA OF A PAPER MACHINE AND PRODUCT MANUFACTURED USING THE SAME

Title (de)

MEHRLAGIGES SIEB FÜR DEN NASSBEREICH EINER PAPIERMASCHINE UND DAMIT HERGESTELLTES PRODUKT

Title (fr)

TOILE MULTICOUCHE POUR LA REGION HUMIDE D'UNE MACHINE A PAPIER ET PRODUIT FABRIQUE AVEC CELLE-CI

Publication

EP 1000196 A1 (DE)

Application

EP 98943749 A

Priority

  • DE 19732879 A
  • EP 9804536 W

Abstract (en)

[origin: DE19732879A1] The invention relates to a multi-layer screen (10, 11) for the wet area of a paper machine and to a tissue paper produced using the same. The inventive screen consists of threads, preferably woven threads, forming at least two layers. These layers are joined to each other by additional threads (14) which are interlaced with the layers. Together with the threads which make up the layers, the additional threads (14) form constricted points (16), said constricted points being spread across the length and breadth of the screen. A significantly less quantity of water can pass through these points than through the areas adjacent thereto. Arranged in special sequences, the additional threads are a means of influencing the drainage of water through the screen at the constricted points for producing tissue paper with alternating areas of high and low GSM substance. The invention therefore provides a simple means of producing a tissue paper with a flexible, thin, non-homogeneous, net-like structure.

IPC 1-7

D21F 1/00

IPC 8 full level

D21F 1/10 (2006.01); D03D 11/00 (2006.01); D21F 1/00 (2006.01); D21F 11/00 (2006.01)

CPC (source: EP)

D21F 1/0036 (2013.01); D21F 11/006 (2013.01)

Citation (search report)

See references of WO 9906629A1

Designated contracting state (EPC)

AT BE CH DK ES FI FR GB GR IT LI NL SE

DOCDB simple family (publication)

DE 19732879 A1 19990204; DE 19732879 C2 19990722; AR 013263 A1 20001213; AT 209270 T 20011215; AU 730580 B2 20010308; AU 9154898 A 19990222; BR 9811566 A 20000912; CA 2297800 A1 19990211; CN 1272155 A 20001101; CO 5040193 A1 20010529; CZ 2000296 A3 20010912; EP 1000196 A1 20000517; EP 1000196 B1 20011121; ES 2169546 T3 20020701; HR P20000043 A2 20010630; HU 0004860 A2 20010628; JP 2001512192 A 20010821; KR 20010022426 A 20010315; PL 187485 B1 20040730; PL 338418 A1 20001106; SK 1122000 A3 20000814; TR 200000277 T2 20010321; WO 9906629 A1 19990211

DOCDB simple family (application)

DE 19732879 A 19970730; AR P980103712 A 19980729; AT 98943749 T 19980721; AU 9154898 A 19980721; BR 9811566 A 19980721; CA 2297800 A 19980721; CN 98809595 A 19980721; CO 98043546 A 19980730; CZ 2000296 A 19980721; EP 9804536 W 19980721; EP 98943749 A 19980721; ES 98943749 T 19980721; HR P20000043 A 20000127; HU 0004860 A 19980721; JP 2000505364 A 19980721; KR 20007001008 A 20000129; PL 33841898 A 19980721; SK 1122000 A 19980721; TR 200000277 T 19980721