a volumizing device/to volumize

French translation: dispositif servant à donner du volume // donner du volume

12:33 May 10, 2018
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Tech/Engineering - Patents / (in a patent) absorbent sanitary article
English term or phrase: a volumizing device/to volumize
the first volumizing device comprises a cylinder having a toothed portion 38 equipped with protruding elements.

the toothed portion moves slower than the speed of the first non-woven layer so that the toothed portion engages the fibers of the first non-woven layer and volumizes the first non-woven layer 12, that is, it produces an increase in the specific volume.

https://patents.google.com/patent/EP3153141A1/en
imouimou
Italy
Local time: 11:42
French translation:dispositif servant à donner du volume // donner du volume
Explanation:
"Preferably, the toothed portion 38 moves slower than the speed of the first non-woven layer 12 so that the toothed portion 38 engages the fibers of the first non-woven layer 12 nd volumizes the first non-woven layer 12, that is, it produces an increase in the specific volume."
https://patents.google.com/patent/EP3153141A1
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FX Fraipont
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dispositif servant à donner du volume // donner du volume


Explanation:
"Preferably, the toothed portion 38 moves slower than the speed of the first non-woven layer 12 so that the toothed portion 38 engages the fibers of the first non-woven layer 12 nd volumizes the first non-woven layer 12, that is, it produces an increase in the specific volume."
https://patents.google.com/patent/EP3153141A1

FX Fraipont
Belgium
Local time: 11:42
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