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Non-perforated tear lines for removal and evacuation of contents of disposable undergarments such as training pants. Non-perforated tear lines include a series of bond sites which are shaped, sized, spaced and arranged to provide a zone of weakness to permit severance of nonelasticized portions as well as elastic disposed in the waistband, the body of the pant, and the elastic leg bands for ...

Pull-on garments provided with an intermittent lap seam joining the front region and the back region together at spaced apart locations to provide a breathable seam. In a preferred embodiment, the pull-on garment includes a chassis layer comprising a continuous sheet that defines a from region, a back region, and a crotch region; a first belt layer joined to the chassis layer in the front ...

Pull-on garments provided with an inter-mittent lap seam joining the front region and the back region together at spaced apart locations to provide a breathable seam. In a preferred em-bodiment, the pull-on garment includes a chas-sis layer comprising a continuous sheet that de-fines a front region, a back region, and a crotch region; a first belt layer joined to the chassis …

Nov 29, 2011· The stretch composites are useful for disposable and durable articles, such as disposable absorbent articles including diapers, pull-on diapers, training pants, incontinence briefs, catamenial garments, baby bibs, and the like, and durable articles like garments including sportswear, outerwear and the like. ... "Google Patents Research Data" by ...

Dec 21, 2001· A method and an apparatus for pre-fastening disposable absorbent articles having a slot-and-tab fastening system during manufacturing of the pre-fastened disposable articles, such as diapers, pull-on diapers, training pants, adults incontinence pads and the like.

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Pull-on garments provided with breathability in the side panels, the back waistband panel, and preferably the leg flap panels. The moisture vapor transmission rate of the side panels in conjunction with the overall vapor transmission rate of the rest of the absorbent article assists to reduce the incidence of heat rash and other skin problems associated with high heat and humidity conditions.

Pull-on garments provided with a continuous belt in the front region and the back region to distribute the forces generated during use in order to better fit the pull-on garment on the wearer. In a preferred embodiment, the pull-on garment comprises a chassis layer comprising a continuous sheet that defines a front region, a back region, and a crotch region; a first belt layer joined to the ...