Buckeye Technologies applies for European patent for dyed cellulose comminution sheet, dyed nonwovens material, and processes for their production; dye is spread evenly so that each cellulose fiber of the cellulose pulp comminution sheet is dyed

MUNICH , July 4, 2014 () – Buckeye Technologies Inc has submitted a patent application for dyed cellulose comminution sheet, dyed nonwoven material, and processes for their production. Boehmer Brian E, Mcgee Kathy, Morris David, Willcutt Jim, Moose Ronald Timothy, Bailey Rick and Booker Richard developed the invention.

The patent application number is EP20140161542 20100608. The patent publication number is EP2749680 (A1). International Patent Classification codes are D04H1/64, D21H21/20 and D21H21/28. Cooperative Patent Classification codes are D04H1/64, D21H21/28 and D21H21/20.

European Patent Office has released the abstract. According to the abstract, "The present invention relates to a dyed cellulose market comminution sheet comprising: (a) a cellulose pulp comminution sheet comprising cellulose fibers, wherein the cellulose pulp comminution sheet has a cellulose content of from about 60 weight percent to about 99.9 weight percent cellulose based on the total weight of solids in the cellulose pulp comminution sheet, and a density of from about 0.3 g/cm 3 to about 0.95 g/cm 3 ; (b) a moisture content of from about 5 weight percent to about 10 weight percent, based on the total weight of the dyed cellulose market comminution sheet, wherein the moisture content does not exceed bleed point of the dyed cellulose market comminution sheet; and (c) a dye spread evenly throughout the cellulose pulp comminution sheet such that each cellulose fiber of the cellulose pulp comminution sheet is dyed."

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