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|DAIWABO HOLDINGS CO., LTD. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20140011030||FIBERS FOR REINFORCING CURED ARTICLE AND CURED ARTICLE USING SAME - The present invention provides cured article reinforcing fibers having a shape advantageous in physically bonding the fibers to a hardening material or bringing the fibers into engagement with the hardening material, and also provides a cured article using the fibers. The cured article reinforcing fiber of the present invention has a multilobal cross section with three or more projections. At least one of the projections has a substantially curved end part, and a base part situated toward the center of the fiber has a width smaller than the largest width of the end part. Thus, the fiber particularly has high bending strength. Further, the cured article of the present invention includes a mixture of the cured article reinforcing fiber and a hardening material, and the hardening material has been cured.||01-09-2014|
|20130178508||COSMETIC COMPOSITION - A highly moisturizing cosmetic composition having firmness/elasticity-improving effect, wrinkle-improving effect, and texture-improving effect can be provided by blending a metal phthalocyanine derivative or salt thereof in a cosmetic material. For the metal phthalocyanine derivative, iron phthalocyanine tetracarboxylic acid is particularly favorable.||07-11-2013|
|20130017451||POLYOLEFIN-BASED SPLIT-TYPE CONJUGATE FIBER, FIBER ASSEMBLY AND BATTERY SEPARATOR USING THE SAME AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING THE SAMEAANM Kida; TatsunoriAACI HyogoAACO JPAAGP Kida; Tatsunori Hyogo JP - A polyolefin-based split-type conjugate fiber according to the present invention is a polyolefin-based split-type conjugate fiber obtained by composite spinning including a first component containing a polypropylene-based resin and a second component containing a polyolefin-based resin, wherein the first component contains, as a primary component, a polypropylene resin having a Q value (the ratio between the weight average molecular weight Mw and the number average molecular weight Mn) of 6 or greater and a melt flow rate according to JIS K 7210 (MFR at a measurement temperature of 230° C. under a load of 2.16 kgf (21.18 N)) of 5 g/10 min or greater and less than 23 g/10 min, and the first component and the second component are adjacent to each other in a cross section of the polyolefin-based split-type conjugate fiber. Also, the polyolefin-based split-type conjugate fiber of the present invention can be obtained by melt spinning the first component and the second component by using a split type conjugate nozzle and drawing the resulting fiber.||01-17-2013|
|20120121882||CRIMPED COMPOSITE FIBER, AND FIBROUS MASS AND TESTILE PRODUCT USING THE SAME - A crimped conjugate fiber of the present invention is a conjugate fiber containing a first component and a second component, the first component containing polybutene-1 and linear low density polyethylene, the linear low density polyethylene content being 2 to 25 mass %, the second component 2 containing a polymer having a melting peak temperature at least 20° C. higher than the melting peak temperature of polybutene-1 or a polymer having a melting initiation temperature of 120° C. or higher, when viewed from a fiber cross-section, the first component occupies at least 20% of the surface of the conjugate fiber||05-17-2012|
|20120015185||FLAMEPROOF RAYON FIBER, METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING THE SAME AND FLAMEPROOF FIBER STRUCTURE - A flameproof rayon fiber having excellent flameproofness as well as excellent flame retardance, a method for manufacturing the same, and a flameproof fiber structure are provided. The flameproof rayon fiber according to the present invention includes components of silicon and sodium. Glass remains when the fiber is burned at 800° C., the glass component has a property of softening at 800° C., and when subjected to an X-ray fluorescence analysis, the rayon fiber has a silicon content in the range of 5 to 30% by mass and a sodium content in the range of 0.1 to 3% by mass. The flameproof rayon fiber according to the present invention can be manufactured by preparing an undiluted viscose solution; adding a solution containing a silicate compound containing an alkali metal to the undiluted viscose solution so as to make an alkali metal-containing silicate compound-added viscose solution; performing spurning by extruding the alkali metal-containing silicate compound-added viscose solution through a spinneret into a spinbath containing sulfuric acid, thus producing a fiber to be treated containing the silicate compound; and treating, in a scouring or aftertreatment process, the fiber to be treated with a solution having a pH in the range of 4 to 11 and a buffer action and containing sodium. A flameproof fiber structure of the present invention contains at least 30% by mass of the flameproof rayon fiber.||01-19-2012|
|20110177395||FIBER ASSEMBLY, COMPOSITE OF ELECTRO CONDUCTIVE SUBSTRATE AND FIBER ASSEMBLY, AND PRODUCTION METHODS THEREOF - The present invention relates to a fiber assembly obtained by electrifying a resin in a melted state by application of voltage between a supply-side electrode and a collection-side electrode so as to extend the resin into an ultrafine composite fiber by electrospinning, and accumulating the ultrafine composite fiber, wherein the ultrafine composite fiber includes at least two polymeric components and the ultrafine composite fiber includes at least one type of composite fiber selected from a sea-island structure composite fiber and a core-sheath structure composite fiber as viewed in fiber cross section, at least one selected from an island component and a core component has a volume specific resistance of 10||07-21-2011|
|20110081391||SKIN-COVERING SHEET FOR IMPREGNATION WITH COSMETIC PREPARATION AND FACE MASK - A skin-covering sheet for impregnation with a cosmetic preparation according to the present invention includes a non-woven fabric in which a splittable conjugate fiber containing at least two components as viewed in fiber cross-section, namely a polyethylene component and another polymer component, and a hydrophilic fiber are blended, and hydroentangled. The conjugate fiber is partially split and includes a polyethylene ultrafine fiber having a fineness of||04-07-2011|
|20100297443||ULTRAFINE COMPOSITE FIBER, ULTRAFINE FIBER, METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING SAME, AND FIBER STRUCTURE - An ultrafine composite fiber of the present invention is obtained by heating and melting a composite-resin-formed product in front of a supply-side electrode and/or in a space between electrodes and extending the composite-resin-formed product by electrospinning, wherein the composite-resin-formed product is a solid-state composite-resin-formed product having two or more phases and including a resin that has a volume specific resistance of 10||11-25-2010|
|20100272668||ANTIVIRAL SUBSTANCE, ANTIVIRAL FIBER, AND ANTIVIRAL FIBER STRUCTURE - The present invention is to provide an antiviral substance effective for inactivating viruses, a fiber product carrying the antiviral substance, and a fiber structure. The antiviral substance comprises a polymer containing a maleic acid component as a monomer unit in its polymer chain, and is effective against an avian influenza virus. An antiviral fiber can be produced by mixing the copolymer with cellulose and spinning the resulting mixture.||10-28-2010|
|20100221307||ANTIVIRAL AGENTS, ANTIVIRAL FIBERS AND ANTIVIRAL FIBER STRUCTURES - Provided are antiviral agents that are effective in inactivating viruses, and fiber products and fiber structures carrying these antiviral agents. The antiviral agent effectives against influenza and comprises a metal phthalocyanine derivative represented by formula I. Fiber carries these antiviral agents.||09-02-2010|
|20100190406||HEAT-BONDABLE COMPOSITE FIBER, PROCESS FOR PRODUCING THE SAME, AND FIBROUS MASS - A POM/POM thermoadhesive conjugate fiber is produced by providing two kinds of POM-based polymers A and B which satisfy 30||07-29-2010|
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