Michael MenardMount Bethel, PA

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Mount Bethel, PA

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Company: Gillette

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Business Records

Name / TitleCompany / ClassificationPhones & Addresses
Michael P. Menard
CEO
The International Boiler Works Company

Publications

US Patents

Absorbent Article Having Pre-Formed Compliant Gaskets

US Patent:
6592562, Jul 15, 2003
Filed:
Dec 12, 2001
Appl. No.:
10/021653
Inventors:
Michael J. Menard - Doylestown PA
Dennis C. Holtman - Flemington NJ
Peter W. Jackson - Hampton NJ
James C. Johns - East Windsor NJ
Assignee:
McNeil-PPC, Inc. - Skillman NJ
International Classification:
A61F 1315
US Classification:
60438504, 60438524, 60438528
Abstract:
An absorbent article is provided for use in the perineal area of the body. Compliant sealing gaskets are pre-formed to extend outward from the central portion of the article. The gaskets may be formed by looping a strip of material so as to form a compliant cuff which bears against the users body in a comfortable manner. An elastic member placed in tension so as to impart an arcuate shape to the article may be placed inside a cavity formed by the cuff. The gaskets may be applied to an article having wings attached to the central portion so as to form pockets for retaining the elasticized portions of the panty crotch. The proximal ends of the gaskets are disposed outward of the pockets and the distance between the pockets is less than the width of the panty crotch so that the body facing said of the article is placed in tension.

Method Of Making An Absorbent Article Having Strike Window

US Patent:
5855719, Jan 5, 1999
Filed:
Jan 17, 1997
Appl. No.:
8/785423
Inventors:
Michael Joseph Menard - Doylestown PA
Assignee:
McNeil-PPC, Inc. - Skillman NJ
International Classification:
A61F 1315
B32B 3100
US Classification:
156256
Abstract:
An absorbent article is provided for use in the perineal area of the body having an absorbent core having an upper body facing surface, a lower garment facing surface, first and second longitudinal sides, and first and second transverse ends. A body fluid impervious sealing wrapper, having upper and lower portions each having longitudinally and transversely extending edges along which said portions are joined, is formed around the absorbent core so as to enclose at least the entirety of the garment facing surface, the longitudinal sides and the transverse ends, thereby forming a seal. A centrally disposed opening is formed in the upper portion of the sealing wrapper thereby forming a window on the body facing surface of the absorbent core that exposes it to fluid flow. A fluid pervious layer covers at least the portion of the body facing surface on which the window is formed. The upper portion of the sealing wrapper and the pervious layer are joined so as to form a laminated layer.

Absorbent Article Having Pre-Formed Compliant Gaskets

US Patent:
6231554, May 15, 2001
Filed:
Jan 19, 1994
Appl. No.:
8/183552
Inventors:
Michael J. Menard - Doylestown PA
Assignee:
McNeil-PPC, Inc. - Skillman NJ
International Classification:
A61F 1315
US Classification:
60438501
Abstract:
An absorbent article is provided for use in the perineal area of the body. Compliant sealing gaskets are pre-formed to extend outward from the central portion of the article. The gaskets may be formed by looping a strip of material so as to form a compliant cuff which bears against the user's body in a comfortable manner. An elastic member placed in tension so as to impart an arcuate shape to the article may be placed inside a cavity formed by the cuff. The gaskets may be applied to an article having wings attached to the central portion so as to form pockets for retaining the elasticized portions of the panty crotch. The proximal ends of the gaskets are disposed outward of the pockets and the distance between the pockets is less than the width of the panty crotch so that the body facing said of the article is placed in tension.

Thermoforming Flexible Plastic Foam Shells

US Patent:
4740342, Apr 26, 1988
Filed:
Aug 15, 1986
Appl. No.:
6/897168
Inventors:
Michael Joseph Menard - Doylestown PA
Philip Joseph Marbach - Doylestown PA
Assignee:
Personal Products Company - Milltown NJ
International Classification:
B29C 6722
B29C 5118
B29C 5142
B29C 5136
US Classification:
264549
Abstract:
An improved method and apparatus for rapidly forming plastic foam shells from a flexible foam sheet. The foam sheet is intermittently passed through a radiant heating unit and is rapidly heated on both sides to 130. degree. -250. degree. F. to soften the foam. The heated foam sheet is immediately passed through a forming die unit in which the foam sheet is deformed partly into the die cavity by withdrawal of air from the cavity, and a die plug descends and final forms a shell while rapidly cooling the foam shell to below its plastic deformation temperature. By this forming method and apparatus, ethylene-containing foam shells having a depth 10-25 times the foam sheet initial thickness are rapidly formed at 10-30 cycles/minute.

Method Of Making A No Waste Absorbent Product

US Patent:
6171432, Jan 9, 2001
Filed:
Aug 4, 1995
Appl. No.:
8/511288
Inventors:
Henri Brisebois - Lachenaie,
Michael J. Menard - Doylestown PA
Assignee:
Johnson & Johnson, Inc.
International Classification:
B32B 3108
B32B 3118
US Classification:
156260
Abstract:
A novel method for manufacturing a layer of a laminated, disposable absorbent product, such as a fluid-permeable cover layer, an absorbent core layer or a fluid-impervious backing layer thereof, with a comparatively small amount of waste matter. The method comprises the steps of longitudinally cutting a continuous web of starting material according to a cyclic pattern constructed with line segments corresponding to the edge contour of the disposable absorbent product. The cutting operation divides the continuous web in two strips, each strip having a patterned longitudinal edge whose outline corresponds to the cyclic pattern. The strips are crossed and joined to one another in a parallel and in a phase relationship to form a compound web having longitudinal edges producing repeatedly the edge contour of the disposable absorbent product. The invention extends to integrating this method into an operation for manufacturing disposable absorbent products, and to a novel apparatus for carrying out the methods according to the invention and the resulting products.

Absorbent Article Having A Deformation Resisting Apparatus

US Patent:
5704931, Jan 6, 1998
Filed:
Jul 30, 1993
Appl. No.:
8/100598
Inventors:
Dennis C. Holtman - Flemington NJ
Michael J. Menard - Doylestown PA
Assignee:
McNeil-PPC, Inc. - Skillman NJ
International Classification:
A61F 1315
US Classification:
604387
Abstract:
An absorbent article is provided having an apparatus attached to its garment facing side which allows the article to be attached to, and yet float on, an undergarment and which also serves to distribute the forces imposed on the article by the user's body over a large portion of the article and to transmit the forces to the undergarment, thereby increasing the geometric stability and shape maintenance of the article. The apparatus comprises a semi-rigid elastic frame formed from a thin plastic sheet and having two longitudinally extending members connected by at least one transversely extending member. Inwardly extending tabs for attaching the article to an undergarment are disposed at the mid-point of each longitudinally extending member. The longitudinally and transversely extending members may be pre-formed to give the article an arcuate shape. When applied to a winged article, the frame may also have outwardly extending tabs, disposed opposite each of the inwardly extending tabs, for properly positioning the wings.

Method And Apparatus For Providing Powder Into Fibrous Web Structures

US Patent:
4793280, Dec 27, 1988
Filed:
Jul 13, 1987
Appl. No.:
7/072947
Inventors:
Michael J. Menard - Doylestown PA
Thomas J. Helmstetter - Piscataway NJ
David E. Johnson - Newton PA
Assignee:
Personal Products Company - Milltown NJ
International Classification:
B05B 1302
US Classification:
118 44
Abstract:
A method and apparatus for incorporating a powder into a continuous fibrous web containing multiple corrugations. In the method, a fibrous web provided with multiple parallel corrugations is continuously passed over a curved surface having an arc with a radius to web thickness ratio of 0. 5-3 and the corrugations are opened at their upper side, while any bonded fibers connecting adjacent corrugations together are broken apart. A powder having 50-1000 micron particle size is deposited by gravity into the opened spaces between adjacent corrugations of the web. The deposited powder is then compacted into the fibrous corrugated web by rubbing with a pad moved in an oscillating motion generally perpendicular to the corrugations. The powder filled web is bent in the opposite direction around a roller to break the fibers between the corrugations on the opposite side of the web. The second roller can be made vertically movable so as to convert the web continuous forward motion to an intermittent forward motion.

Absorbent Article Having Strike Window

US Patent:
5755710, May 26, 1998
Filed:
Jun 2, 1995
Appl. No.:
8/460333
Inventors:
Michael Joseph Menard - Doylestown PA
Assignee:
McNeil-PPC, Inc. - Skillman NJ
International Classification:
A61F 1315
US Classification:
604378
Abstract:
An absorbent article is provided for use in the perineal area of the body having an absorbent core having an upper body facing surface, a lower garment facing surface, first and second longitudinal sides, and first and second transverse ends. A body fluid impervious sealing wrapper, having upper and lower portions each having longitudinally and transversely extending edges along which said portions are joined, is formed around the absorbent core so as to enclose at least the entirety of the garment facing surface, the longitudinal sides and the transverse ends, thereby forming a seal. A centrally disposed opening is formed in the upper portion of the sealing wrapper thereby forming a window on the body facing surface of the absorbent core that exposes it to fluid flow. A fluid pervious layer covers at least the portion of the body facing surface on which the window is formed. The upper portion of the sealing wrapper and the pervious layer are joined so as to form a laminated layer.

ISBN (books and publications)

Okologie Und Okonomie

Author:
Michael Menard
ISBN #:
3879751862

Weltmacht Deutschland

Author:
Michael Menard
ISBN #:
3879755590

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