World Intellectual Property Organization publishes patent for invention relating to method for producing paper and paperboard in which dry spray starch is applied to a running, damp material web

Sandy Yang

Sandy Yang

Nov 22, 2012 – U.S. Fed News

GENEVA , November 22, 2012 () – Publication No. WO/2012/151602 was published on Nov. 15.


Applicants: STEINDL Roman (AT).

Inventors: Roman Steindl (AT).

According to the abstract posted by the World Intellectual Property Organization: "The invention relates to a method for producing paper, cardboard or paperboard, in which dry spray starch is applied to a running, damp material web and which is characterized in that the starch is sprayed onto the damp material web in a powder form by means of one or more nozzles together with a carrier gas at a speed of at least 0.5 m/s."

The patent was filed on May 10 under Application No. PCT/AT2012/050065.

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