JP2004100135A - Sanitary paper and absorber using the same - Google Patents

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JP2004100135A
JP2004100135A JP2003277934A JP2003277934A JP2004100135A JP 2004100135 A JP2004100135 A JP 2004100135A JP 2003277934 A JP2003277934 A JP 2003277934A JP 2003277934 A JP2003277934 A JP 2003277934A JP 2004100135 A JP2004100135 A JP 2004100135A
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伊藤 博
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<P>PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide sanitary paper excellent sanitarily and to provide an inexpensive disposable absorber using the sanitary paper. <P>SOLUTION: The sanitary paper comprises ≥0.2g/m<SP>2</SP>of one or more kinds of soluble solid substances of tea in the sanitary paper with 20g/m<SP>2</SP>of basis weight, the sanitary paper is generally excellent sanitarily, and in making the absorber by forming a layer of a water-absorbing material 36 between the sanitary paper sheets 34, 35, pulverized material of wastes such as waste paper diapers and wastes produced in manufacture of sanitation napkins, or the like, can be used for the water absorbing layer, and incineration after use is facilitated by enhancing water retention and heat of combustion of the absorber due to the pulverized material of plastics contained in the waste materials. <P>COPYRIGHT: (C)2004,JPO

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The present invention relates to a sanitary paper and an absorbent body using the sanitary paper, and particularly to a sanitary paper such as toilet paper, tissue paper, decorative paper, paper napkin, dust paper, paper cotton, paper towel or toilet seat sheet, and the sanitary paper. It relates to the absorber used. Further, the present invention provides, for example, disposable diaper waste, sanitary articles using organic waste such as sanitary napkin waste, in particular, bedding sheets, masks, eye masks, seat head covers, pillow covers, diapers, disposable diapers, toilet seat sheets and the like. Animal paper diapers, sanitary napkins, animal sanitary napkins, breast pads, sweat pads, or incontinence pads, or sanitary articles such as animal sheets, absorbent bodies for transporting fresh fish and absorbent bodies for transporting vegetables, In addition, the present invention relates to sanitary paper used for these absorbers.
In addition, the present invention relates to disposable sanitary paper which is required to maintain a sanitary state by using it for a long time, and to an absorbent body using the sanitary paper.

In general, sanitary paper is used as toilet paper, tissue paper, decorative paper, paper napkin, dust paper, paper cotton, paper towel or toilet seat sheet, and also bedding sheets, disposable diapers, sanitary napkins, breast pads, and sweat. It is also used as absorbent paper for pads, incontinence pads, diapers and pet sheets. The sanitary paper used for these is required to have flexibility, water absorption and strength, and to be clean. Even in the case of the sanitary paper used for the absorbent body, for example, bedding sheets are laid on a bed or a mattress to maintain the durability of the bed or the futon and to keep the bed or the futon clean. Therefore, also in this case, the sanitary paper is required to have flexibility, water absorption and strength, and to be clean.

For example, even during bedtime, moisture other than sweat is constantly excreted from the human skin outside, and these moistures are absorbed by the bed or sleeping clothes, for example, hygiene used in bedding sheets. The paper is required to further have a heat retaining property and an appropriate hygroscopic property.
In addition, bedding sheets and bedding are made of highly hygroscopic and highly water-absorbing fibers, so that the keratinized stratum corneum that has fallen off the skin surface and dust that adheres to the skin can be stained with sebum and sweat from the skin. It adheres and is easily contaminated, causing the growth of pathogenic bacteria, which is a problem particularly in the case of pressure ulcers and the like.
Therefore, in order to keep the cleanliness of the conventional bedding sheets and bedding, cotton or the like that is resistant to washing is used as a material so that it can be frequently replaced and used repeatedly.
JP-A-11-1896, JP-A-2000-70097 JP-A-2000-70097 JP 2000-129592 A

In order to keep cleanliness for a long time even during use, the applicant of the present applicant has proposed tea for beverages to be used for disposable bedding sheets and bedding. Focusing on the fact that the extract of tea husks, which is the extraction residue of the tea husks, has an antiseptic property, we proposed an absorber with sanitary paper containing a dried product of the tea husk extract (
JP-A-11-1896, JP 2000-7007 A, JP-A-2000-70097 and See JP-A-2000-129592). However, the inventor of the present invention has found that a dried product of an extract of a tea husk, which is an extraction residue of tea such as green tea, oolong tea or black tea, and a dried product of an extract of a coffee extraction residue of roasted coffee beans, Staphylococcus aureus, It was found to be active against streptococci and Legionella even 72 hours after inoculation, but to have low activity against Escherichia coli and Pseudomonas aeruginosa.

On the other hand, the amount of tea husks of tea leaching lees discharged from the manufacturing industry of canned tea and packed tea, and residual tea husks remaining in the tea husks and exuding from the tea husks are enormous. However, since tea husks contain a tea husk residual liquid containing a considerable amount of tannins, it is difficult to treat tannins and the like even when used for compost and the like. In addition, since the tannins are also contained in the tea husk residual waste liquid, it cannot be disposed of as it is. In order to dispose of the tannin, it must be detoxified by an activated sludge method or the like. In addition, the sediment generated by the activated sludge method has a problem in that, despite its enormous amount, it is scarcely used and is exclusively incinerated.
The present invention solves the problem related to the activity of Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Staphylococcus aureus, Legionella or Streptococcus on sanitary paper containing a dried product of the extract of tea husks, and canned tea and packed tea. It is intended for the treatment of tea husks and tea husk residual effluents generated during the production process of tea.

The present inventor has reported that sanitary paper impregnated with green tea or green tea leaves, oolong tea or oolong tea leaves or a leachate concentrate of black tea or black tea leaves may be E. coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Staphylococcus aureus, Legionella and chain. The present invention has been found to inhibit the growth of cocci for more than 72 hours.
The present invention concentrates the extracts of these tea husks and increases the amount of dissolved solid components in the extracts, thereby not only activities against Staphylococcus aureus, Streptococcus and Legionella, but also activities against Escherichia coli and Pseudomonas aeruginosa. The purpose of the present invention is to provide an effective use of these tea husks by providing sanitary paper with enhanced quality.

That is, according to the present invention, the sanitary paper contains at least 0.2 g of soluble solid matter of tea per square meter of sanitary paper based on a sanitary paper having a basis weight of 20 g / m 2. The present invention also relates to a sanitary paper characterized in that the sanitary paper comprises at least one kind of soluble solid matter of tea, based on a sanitary paper having a basis weight of 20 g / m 2. Per square meter of sanitary paper, in an amount of 0.2 g or more, and further comprising a paper strength enhancer. In these sanitary papers, at least 0.5 g of soluble solid matter of tea contained in the sanitary paper per square meter of sanitary paper, based on a sanitary paper having a basis weight of 20 g / m 2. Can be the amount of

Further, the present invention provides a first sanitary paper, a water-absorbing material layer formed on the first sanitary paper, and a second sanitary paper formed on the water-absorbing material layer. And the first sanitary paper or the second sanitary paper or the first and second sanitary papers contain at least one soluble solid matter of tea and a basis weight of 20 g / m 2 based on sanitary paper, the absorbent body is characterized in that it is contained in an amount of 0.2 g or more per square meter of sanitary paper. And a water absorbent material layer formed on the first sanitary paper, and an absorbent body formed with a second sanitary paper formed on the water absorbent material layer, The first sanitary paper or the second sanitary paper or the first and second sanitary papers The amount of soluble solids of more than one kind of tea is contained in an amount of 0.2 g or more per square meter of sanitary paper based on sanitary paper having a basis weight of 20 g / m 2. Absorbent characterized by containing a force enhancer, further, the present invention, the first sanitary paper, the water-absorbing material layer formed on the first sanitary paper, In the absorber formed with the second sanitary paper formed on the water-absorbent material layer, the water-absorbent material layer formed on the first sanitary paper has tea attached thereto. The first sanitary paper or the second sanitary paper or the first and second sanitary paper contains the water-absorbing material and the superabsorbent resin, the basis weight is based on the sanitary paper of 20 g / m 2, sanitary paper per square meter , It has been contained in an amount of more than 0.2 grams, in the absorber, characterized in that it further comprises a paper strength agent. In these absorbers, at least 0.5 g of soluble solid matter of tea contained in sanitary paper per square meter of sanitary paper, based on sanitary paper having a basis weight of 20 g / m 2 , Amount.

In the present invention, since the sanitary paper is manufactured by applying a concentrated liquid of tea to wet paper and drying the wet paper coated with the concentrated liquid of tea, the amount of tea used is reduced, and tea is produced. Sanitary paper containing can be manufactured. The sanitary paper of the present invention has an odor such as sweat generated by the production of canned and packed oolong tea, green tea, and black tea. It is possible to provide a sanitary paper sheet which is suppressed, can suppress moisture due to perspiration and the growth of bacteria, and can maintain a sanitary state for a long time. The present invention can effectively utilize, for example, tea husks containing, for example, tea husk residual waste liquid generated during the production of canned and packed oolong tea, green tea, and black tea. Further, in the present invention, a water-permeable porous layer member forming the upper surface, a plastic water-impermeable membrane member forming the lower surface, and a first water-absorbing first member located in contact with the lower surface of the porous layer member. A dried tea-containing sanitary paper member, a water-absorbing layer portion in which a water-absorbing material powder and a water-absorbing resin are located in contact with the lower surface of the first sanitary paper member, and a lower surface of the water-absorbing layer portion A water-absorbent second tea-dried-product-containing sanitary paper member, wherein the water-impermeable membrane member is located below the second tea-dried-product-containing sanitary paper member. . In the absorbent body of the present invention, the first and second dried tea-containing sanitary paper member containing the first and second, further, the mixed layer portion disposed therebetween, one or more tea leaves and / or tea husks of tea Because it contains a dried product of the extract, a dried product of one or more of the residual waste liquid of tea husks, or a mixture of one or more of these dried products, compared with conventional absorbers, for example, disposable diapers, animal sheets, etc. In addition, the odor due to urine and body odor can be suppressed. For example, it can be used for pets at rest, at bedtime, or at excretion, and the surroundings can be kept in good hygiene.

In the present invention, the sanitary paper contains 0.2 g or more, preferably 0.5 g or more of dried tea per square meter based on the sanitary paper having a basis weight of 20 g / m 2. Yes, contains a soluble solid of tea leaves and / or tea husks produced per unit area of sanitary paper, manufactured by impregnating and holding a concentrate of one or more tea leaves and / or tea husk extracts. It was made. In the present invention, the sanitary paper is a soluble solid of tea leaves, tea leaves or tea leaves and tea leaves and / or coffee beans, extract residues of coffee beans or extract residues of coffee beans and coffee beans attached to the sanitary paper. By increasing the amount of E. coli, the growth of bacteria such as Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Staphylococcus aureus, Legionella and Streptococcus adhering to the sanitary paper is suppressed for a long time. In addition to tea leaves, waste materials such as tea husks and other shell husks can be used, and coffee beans and coffee bean extraction residues can be used to obtain inexpensive sanitary paper that suppresses the growth of bacteria. Still further, the present invention provides a process for producing sanitary paper, in which tea leaves, tea husks, or residual liquor of tea husks are contained, and in particular, when tea husks are discarded, harmful tannins, saponins, and components such as zinc. Is extracted and removed from the tea husk.

In the present invention, the tea leaves and the tea husks are not distinguished by the place of origin and the type, but refer to the tea leaves and the tea husks.
In the present invention, tea means an extract obtained by extracting one or more tea leaves and / or tea husks with hot water or hot water and / or a residual effluent of tea husk leaching. Means a concentrated liquid at least 5/6 or less, preferably 3/4 or less of the amount, and extracts and / or tea leaching residual waste liquid obtained by extracting one or more tea leaves and / or tea husks with hot or hot water, It means a concentrated liquid concentrated to at least 5/6 or less, preferably 3/4 or less of the liquid volume of the liquid. The tea concentrate refers to a concentrate obtained by concentrating one or more extracts of tea leaves and / or tea husks and / or residual waste liquid leached from tea husks, or a mixture of two or more concentrates. In the present invention, the concentrated solution of tea is a solution obtained by mixing other than tea with the concentrated solution of tea, for example, a solution obtained by diluting a concentrated solution of tea with water at a temperature equal to or higher than room temperature. Concentration of the extract of coffee beans or concentrate of extract of coffee beans or extract of extract of coffee beans or extract of extract of coffee beans in an amount less than the concentrate of tea in the concentrate Liquid or a mixture of these.
In the present invention, tea leaves mean tea buds or tea leaves of green tea, black tea, oolong tea (oolong tea) or other teas, and tea husks are discharged during production of green tea such as packed or canned tea, black tea and oolong tea. Extraction residue, that is, extracted residue.

In the present invention, the tea concentrate can be produced by heating and concentrating an extract obtained by boiling one or more tea leaves or tea leaves with hot water. Concentrate of tea husk extract is produced by leaching tea husks discharged as extracted lees during the production of packed or canned tea or other teas with warm or hot water, and further concentrating by heating or vacuum. can do. However, it can also be concentrated by heating or reduced pressure, such as leaching with warm water and boiling. However, extraction with hot water is preferred because the amount of soluble components dissolved increases. The concentrate of tea is a concentrate of one or more extracts of tea leaves or tea leaves or a concentrate of residual waste of tea leaves, or a concentrate of a mixed extract of one or more tea leaves and tea leaves or a mixture of the two or more concentrates Liquid. The concentrated solution of the extract of the tea husks is leached with hot water or hot water, and the tea husks discharged as extracted lees during the production of packed or canned green tea, black tea, oolong tea or other teas are further leached with heating or reduced pressure. It can be manufactured by concentration. Packed or canned oolong tea (oolong tea), tea husks that are discharged as extracted lees during the production of green tea and black tea are generally discharged including tea husk residual effluent. Includes waste liquid concentrates. The tea husks may include residual tea liquor and may be dehydrated or dried. After the extraction of the tea husks, the tea husks can be used as an animal excrement disposal material after dehydration. In the present invention, the concentrated solution of the coffee bean extract is obtained by heating the roasted coffee beans or the extract residue of the roasted coffee beans with hot water and concentrating the extract by heating or reducing the pressure. It can be manufactured by the following. The concentrate of the extract of the coffee bean extraction residue is obtained by leaching the coffee bean extraction residue discharged as extraction lees during the production of packed or canned coffee or other coffee with hot or hot water, and further heating Or by concentration under reduced pressure. However, it can also be concentrated by heating or reduced pressure, such as leaching with warm water and boiling.

In the present invention, the sanitary paper is applied and impregnated with a concentrated solution of tea extract directly to a wet paper web transferred to a dewatering unit or a drying unit in a paper making process by spraying or the like, and then sent to a drying cylinder to be dried. It is manufactured by doing. Here, the soluble solids of one or more teas that are dried and adhere to the sanitary paper are those that are dissolved in the extract of one or more tea leaves or tea husks or an extract of a mixture thereof. The soluble solids concentration can be increased, for example, to about 5 percent Brix concentration. In the present invention, in order to impregnate the sanitary paper with a large amount of the soluble solids, the wet paper is coated with a concentrated tea solution by spraying or the like by various methods such as a plurality of times or at a plurality of locations. Can be.

に お い て In the present invention, the dried tea adhered to the sanitary paper is a soluble solid and has an effect of suppressing the growth of bacteria and a deodorizing effect. The amount of such soluble solids to be impregnated in the sanitary paper is adjusted by adjusting the concentration and application amount of each of the soluble solids in the tea concentrate to exert an inhibitory effect on the growth of bacteria and deodorizing. The effect can be exhibited. The tea leaves of the tea applied to the sanitary paper by spraying or the like may be of the same type or different types.

In the present invention, the tea impregnated in the sanitary paper is separated from the solid matter of the extraction residue such as tea leaves by filtration in order to prevent clogging of the nozzle of the sprayer. In the present invention, tea or a concentrated liquid of tea can be formed into a printing ink by blending with a printing ink composition, or a suitable coloring material can be blended with this printing ink to form a color ink for printing. be able to. In the case of color inks for printing, desired patterns and characters can be printed on the surface of the water-absorbing paper member in general. For example, decorative patterns and patterns and characters for commercial advertisement can be printed on the water-absorbing paper member. Can be printed.

In the present invention, the amount of one or more tea soluble solids impregnated in the sanitary paper is 0.2 g or more, preferably 0.3 g or more, and more preferably 0.1 g or more per 100 g of the sanitary paper. 5 g or more. The concentration of the soluble solid in each of the tea concentrate to be impregnated into the sanitary paper, that is, the tea leaf extract concentrate, the tea husk extract concentrate, and the concentrate of the tea husk residual waste liquid, is measured by, for example, a sugar content meter, and the concentration is measured. By adjusting the amount sprayed by the sprayer accordingly, the amount of the soluble solid matter of tea applied to the sanitary paper can be adjusted. The amount of the soluble solid matter of such tea to be impregnated in the sanitary paper can be appropriately changed so that the effect of suppressing the growth of bacteria and the effect of deodorization can be exhibited.

Since soluble solids in tea leaves and tea husks are relatively easy to extract, they can be extracted with hot water in a relatively short time. However, the extraction time is 5 to 60 minutes in 95 ° C. hot water, and during this time, boiling or boiling in 95 ° C. or higher hot water results in, for example, 10 to 20 minutes. Can be extracted at a high concentration. The tea extract can be obtained by starting extraction with hot water at 95 ° C., which is 10 times the weight of the tea leaves or tea husks, and boiling until the liquid volume becomes 3/4. The tea extract thus produced varies depending on, for example, the size and shape of the tea leaves and the extraction conditions, but has a sugar content of 4 to 5%, and such a dark tea is weighed at 20 g / m 2. As a standard, the sanitary paper can be manufactured by spraying 3 to 10 ml per 1 m 2 of wet paper.

茶 The tea extract obtained by extracting tea leaves or tea husks by boiling with hot water is centrifuged to remove extraction residues. The supernatant liquid from which the tea extraction residue has been removed is heated and evaporated, for example, until the liquid volume becomes 3/4 or less, and for example, the concentration of the tea is concentrated to about Brix 6% as measured by a refractometer. . The concentrated tea concentrate is diluted to a sprayable concentration and adjusted for spraying.

に お い て In the present invention, a concentrated tea solution is directly sprayed on wet paper in order to make the applied amount of tea uniform. Since the concentrate of tea is sprayed directly on the wet paper, pinholes are likely to occur in the finished paper, so spray the concentrate of tea from the place where the wet paper is slightly dewatered to the dryer. Is preferred. Such a spraying point is during the time when the wet paper web is dehydrated and is sent to the drying roll from the place transferred to the dry part by the pick-up roll, and the concentrated tea liquid that has been sprayed and adhered to the wet paper web is then Penetrating into the wet paper, the soluble solids concentration of the tea is evenly leveled.

In the present invention, the sanitary paper has a basis weight of, for example, 18 g / m 2 to 25 g / m 2 , and examples of such sanitary paper include toilet paper, tissue paper, decorative paper, paper napkin, dust paper, and paper. There are cotton, paper towels or toilet seat sheets. For example, toilet paper and tissue paper have different additives to the pulp stock, but pulp and additives are added to the stock at the papermaking stage.
In the present invention, the sanitary paper, that is, the household thin paper, is preferably formed with crepe because water absorption is improved. Such sanitary papers include sanitary articles, such as sheets for bedding, masks, eye masks, toilet paper, tissues, valve seats, head covers for seats, pillow covers, paper diapers, animal paper diapers, sanitary napkins, animal sanitary napkins. Water-absorbent layer formed as or on paper as sanitary paper and water-absorbent paper used for absorbent articles such as napkins, milk pads, sweat pads, incontinence pads, animal sheets, fresh fish transport absorbents and vegetable transport absorbents It can be used as a part forming material or as an absorber.

In the present invention, when an absorbent body such as a sanitary article is formed using sanitary paper, the upper surface thereof may be, for example, a polypropylene resin, a polyethylene resin, a nylon resin, or a vinylon resin, similarly to a conventional sanitary article or an absorbent body. Plastic fiber or rayon fiber non-woven fabric layer or a plastic porous membrane member such as polyethylene resin, polypropylene resin, vinyl chloride resin, etc., and the lower surface of the sanitary ware is polyethylene resin, polypropylene resin, etc. Can be formed of a plastic impermeable membrane member. In the present invention, on the porous membrane member, in contact with the lower surface of the porous membrane member, sanitary paper, for example, sanitary paper with crepe can be provided to be the first paper member, A sanitary paper, for example, a creped sanitary paper, may be provided on the water-impermeable membrane member in contact with the upper surface of the water-impermeable membrane member to form a second paper member.

In such a sanitary article, a water-absorbing layer portion containing a highly water-absorbing resin and a water-absorbing material powder can be provided in contact with the lower surface of the water-absorbing first paper member. In the process of manufacturing the water-absorbing layer, in order to adapt the super-absorbent resin to the water-absorbing material, at the blending step of the super-absorbent resin, the tea, that is, the extract of tea leaves and / or tea husks of the tea, absorbs water. It is preferable to adhere to the material powder.
In this water absorbing layer portion, a super water absorbing resin can be blended or sandwiched between the cotton-like pulp layers. In this case, a so-called polymer sheet is used in which the water-absorbing layer is formed by sandwiching a highly water-absorbent resin between the cotton-like pulp layers, and water-absorbing paper is provided on both front and back surfaces of the water-absorbing layer. Can be. If a polymer sheet is used, the first and second paper members can be omitted.

The water-absorbing layer portion contains a pulverized water-absorbing material and a water-absorbing resin. For example, organic wastes such as milk pad waste, incontinence pad waste, absorbent waste such as disposable diaper waste and sanitary napkin waste contain polyethylene, polypropylene, rayon, and synthetic rubber materials. And a water-absorbing resin, so that it is a material for forming the water-absorbing layer. For example, milk pad waste material, incontinence pad waste material, disposable diaper waste material and sanitary napkin waste material are, for example, crushed to a particle size of 5 mm or less, preferably 3 mm or less, and used as such as a raw material of the water absorbing layer portion. Can be. In addition, the crushed waste of disposable diapers and sanitary napkins thus classified is classified into paper powder including plastics and superabsorbent resin by a classifier, and these classified products are blended in an appropriate ratio. Then, it can be used as a raw material for the water absorbing layer portion. Since the pulverized material having a particle size of 5 mm or less, preferably 3 mm or less of such a material containing plastics has water retention, the water retention of the sanitary article and the heat of combustion of the sanitary article after use are increased. be able to.

In this sanitary article, the water-absorbent resin means a defective water-absorbent resin, a waste material of a high water-absorbent resin, a water-absorbent resin having relatively low water-absorbing performance, and a high-water-absorbing resin having high water-absorbing performance. However, it is preferable to use a water-absorbent resin because the amount of the water-absorbent resin can be reduced.
In this sanitary article, the water-absorbing material has a relatively high water-absorbing property, such as mechanical pulp, chemical pulp, semi-chemical pulp, pulverized wood pulp such as cotton-like pulp, pulverized waste paper pulp, wood flour, Pulverized waste paper such as paper dust, titanium paper and punch waste, pulverized waste of disposable diapers, pulverized waste of sanitary napkins, pulverized waste of milk pad, and pulverized waste of incontinence pad may be used. it can. The crushed waste of disposable diapers, the crushed waste of sanitary napkins, the crushed waste of milk pad, and the crushed waste of incontinence pad can be used as such as a composition of the water-absorbing mixed layer portion. It can also be used as a ground product. In this case, a superabsorbent resin or a superabsorbent fiber is further blended to form a blend.

The paper dust used in this sanitary article is a powdered paper or a powdered paper containing a water-absorbing resin, for example, paper dust generated during bookbinding, paper dust generated during nonwoven fabric production, or generated during the papermaking process. Paper powder and paper dust of dust collection loss, and highly water-absorbent resin produced during the production of pads such as disposable diapers, sanitary napkins, shoulder pads, bust pads, hip pads, incontinence pads, breast pads or sweat pads, and sanitary materials There are paper powders containing.

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In the present invention, the sanitary paper contains 5 g or more of one or more kinds of dried tea per square meter of the sanitary paper based on the sanitary paper having a basis weight of 20 g / m 2 , such as green tea, oolong tea and black tea. Due to the effect of the dried product of the tea extract, it has excellent water absorbability and suppresses the growth of bacteria even if it gets wet due to sweat or the like, and can maintain a hygienic condition for a long time.
As described above, the present invention relates to a method for producing oolong tea, black tea and green tea tea leaves and tea shell residual waste liquid of the tea leaves, which are generated in large quantities in the tea manufacturing industry such as canned or packed oolong tea, black tea and / or green tea. The hygiene condition of the absorber can be maintained for a long period of time by suppressing the growth of bacteria even when the absorbent is moistened by sweat or the like.

Further, in the present invention, one or more types of tea concentrates are applied to one surface of the wet paper, and the wet paper coated with the tea concentrate is dried. Even when the sanitary paper is manufactured, it is possible to manufacture the hygienic paper without holes in which the sanitary condition during use is remarkably good, with a high yield.

Hereinafter, an example of an embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to FIG. 1, but the present invention is not limited by the following description and illustrations.
FIG. 1 is a schematic process diagram showing an outline of a manufacturing process of a sanitary paper according to an embodiment of the present invention by a circular net making method. FIG. 2 is an explanatory diagram of an absorber using the sanitary paper containing dry tea material of one embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 3 is a conceptual diagram showing an outline of another embodiment of an absorber using the sanitary paper containing a dried tea concentrate of the present invention. FIG. 4 is a schematic manufacturing process diagram showing a process of manufacturing an absorbent body using the sanitary paper containing dry tea material of one embodiment of the present invention. 1 to 4, the same reference numerals are used for corresponding parts having the same function.

In the embodiment shown in FIG. 1, a circular mesh 2 is provided rotatably in a papermaking tank 1 into which a dilute suspension of pulp fiber of the stock flows, and the circular mesh rotating in the papermaking tank has a paper mesh. The material is sucked to form the wet paper web layer 3 on the circular net 2. In the present embodiment, a coach roll 5 on which an endless wet blanket 4 is laid is provided on the mesh 1, and the wet paper layer 3 formed on the mesh in the paper making tank 1 is a coach roll. The wire is squeezed on the first blanket 4 on the wire part side, which is stretched over the wire blank 5, and is transferred onto the couch roll 5 to form the wet paper web 6. The first blanket 4 formed on the guide roll endless is stretched over a couched roll 5, a guide roll 7, suction boxes 8 and 9, and a press roll 10, and the wet paper web 6 formed on the couched roll is endless. While being guided and moved by the guide roll 7 together with the formed first blanket 4, the water is dehydrated by the suction action of the suction box 8, and is further suctioned and dewatered by the suction box 9.

(4) The wet paper web 4 dehydrated in the suction box 9 is sent to a place where the pickup roll 11 is provided on the press roll 10, where it is pressed and dewatered by the press roll 10 and the pickup roll 11. The compressed and dewatered wet paper 6 is separated from the first blanket 4 by the suction action of the pickup roll 11, and is laid on the pickup roll 11, the guide roll 12, and the touch roll 13, and the second blanket on the dry part side. It moves together with 14 and is sent to a large-diameter drying cylinder 16 of a dry part 15 provided above the touch roll 13. In this example, the tea concentrate sprayer 17 is provided toward the spraying point 18 on the pickup roll 11, and the tea concentrate is supplied from a plurality of nozzles (not shown) of the sprayer 17. The wet paper 6 on the second blanket 14 is sprayed on the spraying point 18 on the pickup roll 11. The wet paper 6 onto which the tea concentrate has been sprayed is separated from the second blanket 14, wound around the drying cylinder 16, moved, and dried. In this example, the wet paper web sent to the spraying point 18 of the tea concentrate had a moisture content of about 60% by weight.

In this example, after the wet paper web 6 is separated, the first blanket 4 on the wire part side is sent to the first cleaning step 19 on the wire part side, where it is cleaned and sent to the coach roll 5. In this example, in the first cleaning step 19, a plurality of guide rolls 20, a plurality of pairs of cleaning liquid sprayers 21, a plurality of suction boxes 22, and a pair of press rolls 23 are provided. In the cleaning step 19, the cleaning liquid is sprayed from the cleaning liquid sprayer 21, sucked in the suction box 22, sprayed again with the cleaning liquid from the sprayer 22, dehydrated by the press rolls 23, suction-dehydrated by the suction box 22, and cleaned. And sent to the coach roll 5. In the first cleaning step 19 of the first blanket 4 on the wire part side, a tension adjusting roll 24 is provided, and the tension of the blanket fed by the wet paper web can be adjusted.

In the present example, after the wet paper web 6 is separated by the touch roll 13, the second blanket 14 on the dry part side is sent to the second cleaning step 25 on the dry part side, where the second blanket 14 is cleaned and transferred to the pickup roll 11. Sent. In the present example, the second cleaning step 25 includes a plurality of guide rolls 26, a pair of cleaning liquid sprayers 27, a brush roll 28, a cleaning water sprayer 29, a suction box 30, and a pair of press rolls 31. In the second cleaning step 25, the second blanket 14 is first sprayed with a cleaning liquid from a cleaning liquid sprayer 27, and is brushed by a brush roll 28. The brushed second blanket 14 is sent to the spray location of the washing water sprayer 29, washed with the washing water, sent to the suction box 22, and dehydrated by suction. The suctioned and dewatered second blanket 14 is sent to the press roll 31 and is dehydrated under pressure to be cleaned and sent to the pickup roll 11. In the second cleaning step 25 of the second blanket 14 on the dry part side, a tension adjusting roll 32 is provided, and the tension of the blanket fed by the wet paper web can be adjusted.

Example 1
Add 25 liters of water to 2 kg of green tea leaves, heat, immerse in boiling water of 95 ° C. for 10 minutes, centrifuge the whole amount, centrifuge the extraction residue (tea husk) of green tea, dissolve solid matter Of green tea extract having Brix 4.8% was obtained. This extract was placed in a green tea extract collection tank.

Example 2
To 2 kg of green tea leaves, add 21 liters of water, heat, immerse in boiling water of 95 ° C. for 10 minutes, centrifuge the whole amount, centrifuge the green tea extraction residue (tea husk), and dissolve solid matter. Of green tea extract having Brix 4.0% was obtained. This extract was added to the green tea extract collection tank containing the green tea extract of Example 1.

Example 3
To 2 kg of green tea leaves, add 21 liters of water, heat, immerse in boiling water of 95 ° C. for 10 minutes, centrifuge the whole amount, centrifuge the green tea extraction residue (tea husk), and dissolve solid matter. Of green tea extract having Brix 4.3% was obtained. This extract was added to the green tea extract collection tank containing the green tea extracts of Examples 1 and 2. The total amount of the green tea extract put in the green tea extract collection tanks of Examples 1, 2 and 3 was 49 liters, and the green tea concentration was 4.4% Brix.
The green tea concentration of the commercially available green tea was 0.2% Brix.

Example 4
49 liters of green tea extract having a green tea concentration of 4.4% in the green tea extract collection tank was boiled down for 1 hour and concentrated to a volume of 3/4. The green tea concentration of the green tea concentrate was Brix 5.8%. This green tea concentrate was diluted with water so that the green tea concentration was 5% Brix, to give a spray of the green tea concentrate. The green tea concentrate was sprayed onto the wet paper having a moisture content of about 60% transferred to the dry part 25 by the pickup roll 11 in the paper making process at a rate of 7 ml per 1 m 2 of wet paper. The green tea content of the green tea-containing sanitary paper selected by drying was 0.35 g per m 2 .

Example 5
Add 30 liters of water to 3 kg of black tea leaves, heat and boil for 15 minutes in boiling water at 96 ° C, apply the whole amount of the boiled liquid to a centrifuge, and centrifuge the black tea residue (black tea leaves) Then, the Brix 4.0% first black tea extract obtained here was put into a black tea extract collection tank, and 21 liters of water was added to 2 kg of fresh black tea leaves, heated, and heated at 96 ° C. boiling water for 15 minutes. Boil, put the whole amount of the boiled liquid in a centrifuge, centrifuge the extraction residue of black tea, the second black tea extract obtained here to the first black tea extract of the black tea extract collection tank In addition, 30 liters of water was added to 3 kg of fresh black tea leaves, heated and boiled in boiling water of 96 ° C. for 10 minutes, and the whole amount of the boiled solution was placed in a centrifuge to centrifuge the black extraction residue. The black tea extract obtained here is In addition to first and second black tea extract liquid collection tank, a black tea juice collection tank, tea concentration was obtained Brix4.4% tea extract solution 50 liters.
The black tea concentration of the commercially available black tea was Brix 0.8%.

Example 6
Fifty liters of the black extract having a concentration of Brix 4.4%, which was collected in the black extract collection tank, was boiled down for 1 hour and concentrated to a volume of 3/4. The black tea concentration of the black tea concentrate was Brix 5.8%. This concentrated liquid was diluted with water so that the concentration of the soluble solid was 5% Brix, to give a spray of black tea concentrated liquid. This black tea concentrate was sprayed onto the wet paper (moisture content: 60%) transferred to the dry part 25 by the pickup roll 11 in the papermaking process at a rate of 7 ml per 1 m 2 of wet paper. The black tea-containing sanitary paper dried and selected contained 0.35 g of black tea per 1 m 2 .

The embodiment shown in FIG. 2 is an explanatory diagram of an absorbent body using sanitary paper containing a dry matter of a tea concentrate of the present invention.
In FIG. 2, the absorber 33 has a top formed by a sanitary paper member 34 containing a dried tea concentrate and a bottom formed by a sanitary paper member 35 containing a dried tea concentrate. A water-absorbing layer member 36 containing a highly water-absorbent resin and pulp is provided between the two sanitary paper members 34 and 35. In this example, the upper tea concentrated liquid dried product-containing sanitary paper member 34 forming the top portion, the water absorbent layer member 36, and the lower tea dried product-containing sanitary paper member 35 forming the bottom portion are stacked and embossed to form a sheet. Further, the end of the upper-layer tea concentrate liquid-containing sanitary paper member 34 and the lower end of the tea-concentrate dry matter-containing sanitary paper member 35 are overlapped and integrally formed.

FIG. 3 is a conceptual diagram schematically showing another embodiment of the absorbent body using the sanitary paper containing the dried tea concentrate of the present invention. The sanitary paper 37 of this embodiment has an upper tea concentrate forming a top. It has a dry matter-containing sanitary paper member 34 and a lower tea concentrate dry matter-containing sanitary paper member 35 forming the bottom, and further, between the upper and lower tea concentrate dry matter-containing sanitary paper members 34 and 35, An intermediate tea concentrate dried product-containing sanitary paper member 38 is provided. An upper water-absorbent layer member 391 is provided between the upper tea concentrate dried product-containing sanitary paper member and the middle tea concentrate dried product-containing sanitary paper member, and the middle tea concentrate dried product-containing sanitary paper member is provided. A lower water-absorbing layer member 392 is provided between 38 and the lower tea concentrate liquid-containing sanitary paper member 35. In this example, the upper tea concentrate dried product-containing sanitary paper member 34, the upper water-absorbent layer member 391, and the middle portion tea concentrate-dried product-containing sanitary paper member 38, the lower water-absorbent layer member 392, and the lower tea concentrate-dried product contain The sanitary paper member 35 is stacked and embossed to be integrally formed in a sheet shape, and further, the sanitary paper member 34 containing the dried upper tea concentrate, the sanitary paper member 38 containing the dried middle tea concentrate and the lower tea. In this example, the ends of the concentrated liquid dried product-containing sanitary paper member 35 are stacked and integrally formed.

FIG. 4 is a schematic production process diagram showing a process of producing an absorbent body using the sanitary paper containing dried tea concentrate shown in FIG. 2 of the present invention.
In FIG. 4, the roll 40 of the lower-layer tea concentrate liquid-containing sanitary paper member 35 is pulled out by the lower-layer tea concentrate liquid-containing sanitary paper member delivery roller 41 and sent to the supply roller 43 of the cotton-like pulp 42. The pulp pulverized material 45 pulverized by the pulverizer 44 is supplied. The amount of the supplied pulverized flocculent pulp 45 is adjusted on the sanitary paper member 35 containing the dried tea concentrate dried product so that the amount is constant. The sanitary paper member 35 containing the dried lower-concentrated-liquid concentrate supplied with the pulverized floc pulp 45 is sent to the tea-spraying point 46, and a certain amount of tea is supplied from the tea-sprayer 47 to the sanitary-containing lower-concentrated-dried liquid-containing sanitary material. It is sprayed onto a fixed amount of pulverized floc 45 which is on a paper member 35. The sanitary paper member 35 containing the dried lower tea concentrate and the tea sprayed thereon is sent to the spraying point 49 of the superabsorbent resin 48. The superabsorbent resin 48 is sprayed by the superabsorbent resin sprayer 50 on the pulverized cotton pulp 45 on the sanitary paper member 35 containing the dried tea concentrate and sent to the spraying point 49. The sprayed superabsorbent resin 48 is held by the cotton-like pulp pulverized material 45 moistened by the sprayed tea.

The lower tea concentrate dried product-containing sanitary paper member 35 on which the super absorbent resin 48 is sprayed and the water absorbent layer member 36 is formed is sent to the supply point 51 of the upper tea concentrate dried product-containing sanitary paper member 34. Then, the upper tea concentrate liquid-containing sanitary paper member 34 is placed on the water absorbing layer member 36 from the roll 52 of the upper tea concentrate liquid-containing sanitary paper member 34 via the supply roll 53. The sanitary paper member 35 including the dried tea concentrate dried product having the water absorbent layer member 36 provided thereon and the sanitary paper member 34 including the dried tea concentrated liquid dried product thereon is sent to an embossing machine 54 to form an emboss. Is done. The strip of the absorber 33 on which the emboss is formed is sent to the mat cutter 55, cut into cut pieces of the absorber 33 having a length of 450 mm, and taken out by the transport path 56.

FIG. 5 is a schematic manufacturing process diagram illustrating a process of manufacturing an absorbent body using the sanitary paper containing dried tea concentrate shown in FIG. 3 of the present invention.
In FIG. 5, the roll 40 of the lower tea concentrate dried product-containing sanitary paper member 35 is pulled out by the lower tea concentrate dried product-containing sanitary paper member delivery roller 41 and sent to the supply roller 43 of the cotton-like pulp 42. The pulp pulverized material 45 pulverized by the pulverizer 44 is supplied. The supplied amount of the pulverized flocculent pulp 45 is adjusted so that the amount thereof is constant on the sanitary paper member 35 containing the dried tea concentrated liquid dried product.

The sanitary paper member 35 containing the dried lower tea concentrate liquid supplied with the amount of the pulverized flocculent pulp 45 is sent to the tea spraying section 46, and a certain amount of tea is supplied from the tea sprayer 47 to the sanitary paper containing lower tea dried substance. It is sprayed onto a fixed amount of pulverized floc 45 which is on a paper member 35. The sanitary paper member 35 containing the dried lower tea concentrate dried product onto which the tea has been sprayed is sent to the spraying point 49 of the superabsorbent resin 48. The superabsorbent resin 48 is sprayed by the superabsorbent resin sprayer 50 on the pulverized cotton pulp 45 on the sanitary paper member 35 containing the dried tea concentrate and sent to the spraying point 49. The sprayed superabsorbent resin 48 is held by the pulverized cotton-like pulp 45 moistened by the sprayed tea, and the lower water-absorbent layer member 392 is formed.

The sanitary paper member 35 containing the lower dried tea concentrate containing the lower water absorbent layer member 392 is sent to the supply point 60 of the sanitary paper member 38 containing the middle dried tea concentrate, and the sanitary paper containing the dried middle tea concentrated liquid is contained. The intermediate tea concentrate dried product-containing sanitary paper member 38 is placed on the lower water-absorbent layer member 392 from the roll 61 of the member 38 via the supply roll 62. In the present example, the lower tea concentrate liquid-containing sanitary paper member 35 on which the intermediate tea concentrate dry matter-containing sanitary paper member 38 is placed is sent to the folding machine 63, and the lower tea concentrate dry matter-containing sanitary paper member 38 is placed. 35 are bent over both ends of the intermediate tea concentrate dried product-containing sanitary paper member 38, and the lower water absorbent layer member 392 is fixed on the lower tea concentrate dried product-containing sanitary paper member 35. You.

The lower tea concentrate liquid-containing sanitary paper member 35 provided with the intermediate tea concentrate dry matter-containing sanitary paper member 38 and the lower water-absorbent layer member 39 is sent to the supply roller 43 of the cotton-like pulp 42 and is crushed. The pulp pulverized material 45 pulverized at 44 is supplied. The amount of the pulverized flocculent pulp 45 supplied is adjusted on the sanitary paper member 35 containing the dried intermediate tea concentrated liquid so that the amount is constant. The lower tea-dry matter-containing sanitary paper member 35 in which the flocculent pulp 45 is supplied onto the intermediate tea-dry matter-containing sanitary paper member 38 is sent to a tea spraying point 46, and a certain amount of tea is supplied to the tea sprayer 47. Is sprayed onto a fixed amount of the pulverized flocculent pulp 45 on the sanitary paper member 38 containing the dried intermediate tea concentrate. The sanitary paper member 35 containing the dried lower tea concentrate and the tea sprayed thereon is sent to the spraying point 49 of the superabsorbent resin 48. The superabsorbent resin 48 is sprayed by the superabsorbent resin spraying machine 50 on the cotton-like pulp pulverized material 45 onto which the tea on the intermediate tea concentrate dried product-containing sanitary paper member 38 sent to the spraying point 49 is sprayed. Is done. The sprayed superabsorbent resin 48 is held by the pulverized cotton-like pulp 45 moistened by the sprayed tea, and the upper absorbent member 391 is placed on the sanitary paper member 38 containing the dried intermediate tea concentrate. Form.

The lower tea concentrate liquid-containing sanitary paper material member 35 in which the upper water absorbent layer member 391 is formed on the intermediate tea concentrate liquid dry matter-containing sanitary paper member 38 is the same as the upper tea concentrate liquid dry matter-containing sanitary paper member 34. It is sent to the supply point 51, and the upper dried tea product is supplied via the supply roll 53 to the upper part of the flocculent pulp 45 onto which the superabsorbent resin 48 has been sprayed from the roll 52 of the upper tea dried product-containing sanitary paper member 34. The contained sanitary paper member 34 is placed. An upper water-absorbent layer member 391 is provided, and a lower-tea-concentrate-dry-substance-containing sanitary paper member 35 on which an upper-tea-concentrate-dry-substance-containing sanitary paper member 34 is provided. It is formed. The strip of the absorber 33 on which the emboss is formed is sent to the mat cutter 55, cut into cut pieces of the absorber 33 having a length of 450 mm, sent by the transport path 56, and taken out.

In this example, the sanitary paper was described by taking an absorbent sheet for animal sheets as an example, but in the case of other absorbent sheets, the tea layer is formed at a stage where a paper layer is formed by a paper machine or the like and the process proceeds to a drying process. Alternatively, a concentrate of a tea husk extract, for example, a concentrate of a tea husk extract of oolong tea is sprayed and impregnated. The paper layer impregnated with the concentrate of the tea husk extract is dried at a high temperature in a dryer, disinfected, and provided for the absorber. In this case, the concentrated solution of the tea husk extract can be impregnated and dried using a mixed concentrated solution obtained by mixing a plurality of types of concentrated solutions of the tea husk extract. By mixing the concentrated solutions of the various extracts in this way, it is possible to exert a stronger inhibitory action on the growth of microorganisms.

The present invention suppresses the growth of bacteria during the use of an absorber, using a dried product of one or more tea leaves or tea husk extracts, or a dried product of one or more tea husk extracts, or a dried product thereof. Therefore, it is possible to suppress the growth of bacteria at a relatively low cost, it is useful, and it is possible to effectively utilize the tea husk discharged in large quantities and the tea husk residual effluent exuding from the tea husk, Contributes to effective use of waste materials.
Therefore, according to the present invention, tannins and the like are separated and removed from the tea husks by performing the extraction treatment on the tea husks. The residue can be effectively utilized, and the need for tea husk treatment by activated sludge treatment or the like is eliminated, and the extraction residue treatment step can be omitted in a beverage manufacturing plant for canned or packed tea. it can. Moreover, the sanitary paper of the present invention can be used particularly for sanitary paper such as toilet paper, tissue paper, decorative paper, paper napkin, dust paper, paper cotton, paper towel, or toilet seat sheet. Sanitary ware using organic waste such as waste paper, disposable diapers and sanitary napkins, especially sheets for bedding, masks, eye masks, head covers for seats, pillowcases, diapers, disposable diapers, toilet seat sheets and animal paper diapers, sanitary napkins It can be used as an absorbent such as a sanitary napkin for animals, a milk pad, a sweat pad, or an incontinence pad, an animal bed sheet, a water absorbent for transporting fresh fish, and a water absorbent for transporting vegetables.

It is a schematic process drawing which shows the outline of the manufacturing process of the sanitary paper of one Example of the present invention by the circular net making method. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS It is explanatory drawing of the absorber which used the dry tea containing sanitary paper of one Example of this invention. It is a conceptual diagram which shows the outline of another Example of the absorber using the tea concentrate liquid containing hygiene paper of this invention. FIG. 3 is a schematic manufacturing process diagram illustrating a process of manufacturing an absorbent body using sanitary paper containing a dried tea concentrate according to one embodiment of the embodiment illustrated in FIG. 2 of the present invention. FIG. 4 is a schematic manufacturing process diagram showing a process of manufacturing an absorbent body using the sanitary paper containing dried tea concentrate of the embodiment shown in FIG. 3 of the present invention.

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DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Papermaking tank 2 Circle net 3 Wet paper layer 4 First blanket 5 on the wire part side 5 Couch roll 6 Wet paper 7 Guide roll 8 Suction box 9 Suction box 10 Press roll 11 Pickup roll 12 Guide roll 13 Touch roll 14 Double blanket 15 Dry part 16 Drying cylinder 17 Sprayer 18 Spray point 19 First cleaning step 20 on wire part side Multiple guide rolls 21 Multiple pairs of cleaning liquid sprayers 22 Multiple suction boxes 23 Pair press rolls 24 Tension adjustment rolls 25 Dry Part-side second cleaning step 26 A plurality of guide rolls 27 A pair of cleaning liquid sprayers 28 A brush roll 29 A cleaning water sprayer 30 A suction box 31 A pair of press rolls 32 A tension adjusting roll 33 Absorber 34 Sanitary paper member 35 Sanitary paper member 36 Water absorption Layer member 37 Sanitary paper 38 Intermediate part Tea concentrate containing dried matter sanitary paper part 391 Upper water-absorbent layer member 392 Lower water-absorbent layer member 40 Roll 41 Lower sanitary liquid containing dried product sanitary paper member delivery roller 42 Cotton-like pulp 43 Supply roller 44 Crusher 45 Cotton-like pulp crushed material 46 Tea spraying point 47 Tea sprayer 48 High-quality water-based resin 49 Spraying point 50 Super-water-absorbing resin spraying machine 51 Supply point 52 of sanitary paper member 34 Roll 53 of sanitary paper member 34 Supply roll 54 Embossing machine 55 Mat cutter 56 Side seal machine 57 End seal machine 58 Product cutter 59 Conveyance path 60 Intermediate section Supply point 61 of sanitary paper member 38 containing dried tea concentrate liquid Roll of intermediate section tea concentrated liquid containing sanitary paper member 38 62 Supply roll 63 Folding machine

Claims (8)

  1. The sanitary paper contains at least 0.2 g of soluble solid matter of one or more teas per square meter of sanitary paper based on a sanitary paper having a basis weight of 20 g / m 2 . A sanitary paper characterized by the following.
  2. The sanitary paper contains at least 0.2 g of soluble solids of one or more teas per square meter of sanitary paper based on a sanitary paper having a basis weight of 20 g / m 2. A sanitary paper comprising a force enhancer.
  3. The soluble solid matter of one or more teas contained in the sanitary paper should be 0.5 g or more per square meter of the sanitary paper based on the sanitary paper having a basis weight of 20 g / m 2. The sanitary paper according to claim 1 or 2,
  4. A first sanitary paper, a water-absorbing material layer formed on the first sanitary paper, and a second sanitary paper formed on the water-absorbing material layer, The first sanitary paper, the second sanitary paper, or the first and second sanitary papers are based on a soluble solid matter of one or more teas and a sanitary paper having a basis weight of 20 g / m 2. An absorbent body characterized in that it is contained in an amount of 0.2 g or more per square meter of sanitary paper.
  5. A first sanitary paper, a water-absorbing material layer formed on the first sanitary paper, and a second sanitary paper formed on the water-absorbing material layer, The first sanitary paper or the second sanitary paper, or the first and second sanitary papers, may be used to determine the amount of one or more soluble solids of tea and the sanitary paper having a basis weight of 20 g / m 2 . An absorbent body characterized in that it contains 0.2 g or more per square meter of sanitary paper, based on the above, and further contains a paper strength enhancer.
  6. A first sanitary paper, a water-absorbing material layer formed on the first sanitary paper, and a second sanitary paper formed on the water-absorbing material layer, In the absorbent body, the water-absorbing material layer formed on the first sanitary paper contains a water-absorbing material to which tea is adhered and a high water-absorbing resin, and the first sanitary paper or the second The second sanitary paper or the first and second sanitary papers, based on the sanitary paper having a basis weight of 20 g / m 2 based on the amount of soluble solid matter of one or more teas, per square meter of sanitary paper, An absorbent body containing 0.2 g or more, and further containing a paper strength agent.
  7. The soluble solid matter of one or more teas contained in the sanitary paper should be 0.5 g or more per square meter of the sanitary paper based on the sanitary paper having a basis weight of 20 g / m 2. The absorber according to claim 4, 5, or 6, wherein
  8. The water-absorbent material is a crushed disposable diaper and / or disposable diaper waste or a classified product thereof, a sanitary napkin and / or a crushed disposable sanitary napkin or a classified product thereof, a crushed dairy band and / or a dairy band waste. Or a classified product thereof, a crushed incontinence pad and / or incontinent pad waste material or a classified product thereof, a sweat pad and / or a crushed sweat pad waste material or their classified product, animal sheets and / or animal sheet waste materials Pulverized materials or their classified products, pulverized wood pulp, pulverized waste paper pulp, wood flour, paper powder, pulverized waste paper, pulverized titanium paper pulverized paper, or pulverized pulverized waste 7. The absorber according to claim 4, wherein the absorber is a mixture of two or more.
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