P&G submits US patent application for absorbent article comprising a malodor control composition having an acid catalyst
July 8, 2014
(Sanitation Patent News)
– The Procter & Gamble Company has submitted a patent application for absorbent article comprising a malodor control composition having an acid catalyst. Woo Ricky Ah-Man, Horenziak Steven Anthony, Jackson Rhonda Jean, Liu Zaiyou, Malanyaon Michael-Vincent Nario, Olchovy Jason John and Readnour Christine Marie developed the invention.
The patent application number is US201414169816 20140131. The patent publication number is US2014186285 (A1). International Patent Classification codes are A61F13/84, A61L15/20, A61L15/46 and A61L9/04. Cooperative Patent Classification codes are A61L15/20, A61L15/46, A61L9/01, A61L9/014, A61L9/015, A61L2209/21, A61L2300/21, A61L2300/216 and A61L2300/45.
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has released the abstract. According to the abstract, "An absorbent article comprising a malodor control composition having at least one volatile aldehyde and an acid catalyst, and methods of use thereof, are provided. The malodor control composition is suitable for a variety of absorbent articles, including use in diapers, toddler training pants, adult incontinence garments, sanitary napkins, pantiliners, interlabial devices, hemorrhoid pads, and the like."
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