KB SEIREN, LTD.
|KB SEIREN, LTD. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20120237766||CONDUCTIVE CONJUGATE FIBER - A conjugated conductive fiber including a non-conductive layer and a conductive layer, in which: the non-conductive layer accounts for at least 70% of a surface of the fiber; the non-conductive layer is a polyester obtained by copolymerizing a metal sulfonate group-containing isophthalic acid and a polyalkylene glycol; and the conductive layer is a thermoplastic polymer containing titanium oxide particles each having a conductive coating film. The conjugated conductive fiber provides a polyester-based conjugated yarn high in antistatic performance and easy to handle, which can be dyed under normal pressure with improved color developing property after dying.||09-20-2012|
|20120128975||CONJUGATE FIBERS FOR STOCKINGS - (A1) Translate this text A composite fiber for stockings which has water-absorbing properties, hygroscopicity, antistatic properties, crimp properties, and cool touch is obtained without sacrificing productivity, transparency, and soft touch. The composite fiber for stockings is an eccentric composite fiber comprising a fiber-forming resin (B) and a polyether block amide copolymer (A). The fiber is characterized in that the polyether block amide copolymer (A), in a cross section of the fiber, is exposed in the surface at an angle of 5-90, and the fiber has 1-10 filaments and a fineness of 1-55 dtex. The fiber especially preferably has a percentage crimp of 10% or higher.||05-24-2012|
|20110188699||WOVEN OR KNITTED FABRIC, DIAPHRAGM FOR SPEAKER, AND SPEAKER - A speaker having a diaphragm made of a woven/knitted fabric containing a conductive fiber and a non-conductive fiber, where the fabric has a woven structure or a knitted structure of the non-conductive fiber, and a continuous wiring forming a coil of the conductive fiber.||08-04-2011|
|20110039466||MONOFILAMENT FOR USE IN SCREEN GAUZE AND SCREEN GAUZE USING THE SAME - A screen gauze formed of a core-sheath composite monofilament comprising the core||02-17-2011|
|20100203789||ELECTRICALLY CONDUCTIVE GASKET MATERIAL - An electrically conductive material for an electrically conductive gasket is to be provided, the electrically conductive material permitting easy manufacture of an electrically conductive gasket in an arbitrary shape, having a cushioning property and making it possible to greatly diminish cutting wastes in punching work and also greatly diminishing the formation of fray and fluff.||08-12-2010|
|20100197258||ROBUST SIGNAL DETECTION USING CORRENTROPY||08-05-2010|
|20100137527||HIGHLY SHRINKABLE FIBER - A highly shrinkable fiber composed of nylon-MXD6 polymer and nylon-6 polymer, characterized in that a weight ratio therebetween is in the range of 35:65 to 70:30, and that each thereof exhibits a breaking strength of 4.00 cN/dtex or greater. Preferably, the weight ratio between nylon-MXD6 polymer and nylon-6 polymer of the highly shrinkable fiber is in the range of 45.55 to 55:45. The highly shrinkable fiber exhibits a high shrinkage ratio in boiling water, so that when the highly shrinkable fiber is used in a woven fabric, there can be realized a high density.||06-03-2010|
|20100087604||SPLITTABLE CONJUGATE FIBER AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING THE SAME - A splittable conjugate fiber that even in the polishing of precision equipments, such as a hard disc, is free from injuring of polishing object parts and allows precision polishing. The splittable conjugate fiber is one composed of, containing substantially none of titanium dioxide, a polyester component and a polyamide component, characterized in that the cyclic trimer content of the polyester component is less than 1.0%. Preferably, this product is produced under conditions such that the difference between polyester-containing cyclic trimer after melt extrusion and cyclic trimer of polyester pellet as a raw material is less than 0.3%.||04-08-2010|
|20100047573||SPLITTABLE CONJUGATE FIBER - A splittable conjugate fiber that provides a fiber structure with enhanced compactness, bulkiness and color formation has one member consisting of a polyamide resin composition containing an aromatic polyamide and an aliphatic polyamide and has another member consisting of a fiber forming polymer with no affinity to the polyamide resin composition. Preferably, the aromatic polyamide is a polyamide whose major structural units are composed of an aliphatic dicarboxylic acid and an aromatic diamine. In further preferred modes, the polyamide resin composition consists of nylon-MXD6 and nylon-6, the weight ratio therebetween ranging from 35:65 to 70:30, and the fiber forming polymer is a polyester or polyolefin.||02-25-2010|
|20090131628||NORMAL-PRESSURE CATION-DYEABLE POLYESTER, TEXTILE PRODUCT MADE FROM THE SAME, AND PRODUCTION METHOD FOR THE SAME - A normal-pressure cation-dyeable polyester is provided which contains an isophthalic acid component having a metal sulfonate group in a predetermined proportion based on the total of acid components present in the polyester, and contains a polyalkylene glycol having an average molecular weight of 150 to 600 in a predetermined proportion based on the polyester, wherein the proportion of diethylene glycol based on the total of glycol components and a terminal carboxyl group concentration are each set within a predetermined range. The polyester is stable in quality and excellent in dark- and pale-color light fastness when used for textile products.||05-21-2009|
|20090054821||MEDICAL SHEET BASE AND MEDICAL SHEET INCLUDING THE SAME - A medical sheet base includes a polyurethane nonwoven fabric and a polyurethane film combined with each other, and is improved in stretchability, air permeability, moisture permeability, water resistance and flexibility over prior-art medical sheet bases as required of the medical sheet base. The polyurethane nonwoven fabric includes continuous filaments each having an average filament diameter of not greater than 50 μm, the filaments being deposited in a substantially unbound state and partly bonded to each other. The polyurethane film has minute pores present in opposite surfaces thereof and each having a diameter of not greater than 10 μm, and minute pores communicating with each other along the thickness thereof.||02-26-2009|
|20090035498||BELT-SHAPED WOVEN STRUCTURE AND METHOD OF PRODUCING THE SAME - A belt-shaped woven structure formed by weaving a non-heat fusible synthetic fiber and a heat fusible synthetic fiber containing in a surface portion thereof a heat fusible component having a softening point lower by 30° C. or more than that of the non-heat fusible synthetic fiber. The heat fusible synthetic fiber is used in at least a part of weft threads forming the woven structure, so that a heat treatment on the woven structure at a temperature higher than the softening point of the heat fusible component fusion bonds the heat fusible synthetic fibers to each other or the heat fusible synthetic fiber and the non-heat fusible fiber. A method of efficiently producing the belt-shaped woven structure such as a seatbelt webbing which is capable of maintaining long-lasting lateral rigidity after repeated use, less prone to twisting, flexible and easy to handle.||02-05-2009|
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