JP2004137661A - Method for producing sanitary paper and absorbent material - Google Patents

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JP2004137661A
JP2004137661A JP2003341567A JP2003341567A JP2004137661A JP 2004137661 A JP2004137661 A JP 2004137661A JP 2003341567 A JP2003341567 A JP 2003341567A JP 2003341567 A JP2003341567 A JP 2003341567A JP 2004137661 A JP2004137661 A JP 2004137661A
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<P>PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a sanitary paper utilizing coffee beans extract liquid and a method for producing the same and to provide an absorbent material using the same and a method for producing the absorbent material using the same. <P>SOLUTION: The method for producing the sanitary paper comprises coating coffee beans extract concentrate to a wet paper followed by drying, and the method of producing the absorbent material comprises a step providing a water-absorbent material layer comprising a water-absorbent material and a highly water-absorbing resin on a 1st sanitary paper and then laying a 2nd sanitary paper on the above layer, wherein at least one of the 1st and the 2nd sanitary papers contains a dried product of coffee beans extract concentrate. The sanitary paper can be used for toilet paper, tissue paper, cosmetic paper, paper napkin, bathroom tissue, cellulose wadding, paper towel, toilet seat sheet or the like, or the absorbent material can be used for a disposable diaper, a disposable diaper for animal, sanitary napkin, sanitary napkin for animal, mammary padding, sweat padding, animal sheet, etc. <P>COPYRIGHT: (C)2004,JPO

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The present invention relates to sanitary paper and a method for producing the same, and more particularly, to a sanitary paper such as toilet paper, tissue paper, decorative paper, paper napkin, dustpaper, cotton, paper towel, or toilet seat sheet, and a method for producing the same. Also, the present invention provides, for example, disposable diapers, sanitary articles using organic wastes such as sanitary napkins, in particular, toilet paper, tissue paper, sheets for bedding, masks, eye masks, head covers for seats, pillow covers, diapers. , Paper diapers, toilet seat diapers, animal paper diapers, sanitary napkins, animal sanitary napkins, milk pads, sweat pads, or incontinence pads, animal sheets, fresh fish transport absorbents, vegetable transport absorbents, etc. The present invention relates to a sanitary article having absorbent properties, that is, sanitary paper used for an absorbent body and a method for producing the sanitary paper.
Further, the present invention relates to a sanitary paper for disposable sanitary articles required to maintain a sanitary state by using it for a long time, and to a method for manufacturing 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-10-337238 JP 2000-60908 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. Paying attention to the fact that the extract of tea husk, which is the extraction residue of husk, has bactericidal properties, an absorber having sanitary paper containing a dried product of the extract of tea husk was proposed (JP-A-10-337238 and JP-A-10-337238). 2000-60908).

However, the inventor of the present invention has found that a dried extract of coffee beans extracted from roasted coffee beans has activity against streptococci and Legionella even 72 hours after inoculation of the bacteria. However, the activity against E. coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Staphylococcus aureus was found to be low. In addition, the inventor of the present invention has found that a dried product of an extract of tea husks, which is a residue of tea extraction such as green tea, oolong tea or black tea, has passed 72 hours after inoculation of bacteria against Staphylococcus aureus, Streptococcus and Legionella. , But its activity against E. coli and Pseudomonas aeruginosa was found to be low.

On the other hand, roasted coffee bean extract residue discharged from the manufacturing industry of canned coffee bean extract, and residual waste liquid of coffee bean extract contained in the extract residue and exuding from the extract residue There is an enormous amount of tea husks of tea leaching lees and residual tea husks remaining in the tea husks and exuding from the tea husks. Moreover, since the extract of coffee beans contains a considerable amount of tannins, it also contains tannins and the like and is difficult to treat 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 inventor has proposed a sanitary impregnated with a roasted coffee bean or an extract residue of roasted coffee bean, green tea or green tea leaves, oolong tea or oolong tea leaves or a leachate concentrate for black tea or black tea leaves. The inventors have found that paper inhibits the growth of Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Staphylococcus aureus, Legionella and Streptococcus for more than 72 hours, leading to the present invention.
The present invention concentrates the extract of the roasted coffee beans or the extract of the roasted coffee beans and the extract of the tea husks to increase the amount of dissolved components in the extract to obtain a yellow color. Effective use of extracted coffee beans and tea husks by providing sanitary paper and absorbents with enhanced activity against staphylococci, streptococci and Legionella bacteria and also enhanced activities against Escherichia coli and Pseudomonas aeruginosa It is aimed at.

That is, the present invention provides a method for filtering a coffee bean extract, applying a concentrate of the coffee bean extract having a concentration of Brix 4.0% or more produced by concentrating the filtrate to wet paper, There is a method for producing sanitary paper, characterized by drying wet paper coated with a concentrated liquid of bean extract, and the present invention further comprises filtering the extract of coffee beans and concentrating the filtrate. A concentrated solution of the coffee bean extract having a concentration of Brix 4.0% or more is applied to wet paper, and a paper strength agent is applied to the wet paper to which the concentrated solution of coffee extract is applied, Next, there is provided a method for producing sanitary paper, characterized by drying the wet paper coated with the paper strength enhancer, and the present invention further comprises filtering an extract of coffee beans and concentrating the filtrate. Brix 4.0% or less manufactured concentration A method for producing a sanitary paper, comprising applying a concentrated solution of a coffee bean extract and a solution containing a paper strength agent to wet paper, and drying the applied wet paper. In the present invention, a paper strength enhancer is applied to a wet paper, the coffee bean extract is filtered on the wet paper coated with the paper strength enhancer, and the filtrate is concentrated to produce a concentration of Brix 4.0. % Or more of a coffee bean extract concentrate, and then drying the wet paper coated with the coffee bean extract concentrate. SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The present invention provides a concentrated coffee bean extract having a concentration of Brix of 4.0% or more produced by filtering a coffee bean extract on a paper-made or dewatered wet paper, and concentrating the filtrate. Spray and concentrate this coffee bean extract There is a method for producing sanitary paper, characterized by drying the wet paper sprayed.

The present invention also provides a coffee bean extract concentrate obtained by filtering a coffee bean extract, concentrating the filtrate, and diluting a concentrate of the coffee bean extract manufactured by concentrating the filtrate. The method for producing sanitary paper, comprising applying the containing solution to wet paper and drying the applied wet paper, and the present invention provides a method for filtering an extract of coffee beans, and filtering the filtrate. The concentrate of the coffee bean extract manufactured by concentration is diluted, and a concentrated solution of the coffee bean extract having a concentration of Brix 4.0% or more is applied to a wet paper, and the wet paper thus applied is applied. A paper-strengthening agent, and then drying the wet paper coated with the paper-strength enhancing agent. And the filtrate is concentrated to produce The concentrated coffee bean extract concentrate is diluted, and a solution containing a coffee extract concentrate having a Brix of 4.0% or more and a paper strength agent are applied to wet paper, and the wet paper thus applied is dried. The present invention also relates to a method for producing sanitary paper, further comprising applying a paper strength enhancer to wet paper, and filtering the coffee bean extract on the wet paper coated with the paper strength enhancer. Then, the concentrate of the coffee bean extract manufactured by concentrating the filtrate is diluted, and a solution containing the concentrate of the coffee bean extract having a Brix of 4.0% or more is applied. A method for producing a sanitary paper, characterized by drying the wet paper coated with the concentrated liquid-containing solution of the extract of the present invention. In addition to the above, the present invention provides wet paper that is paper-made or further dewatered and conveyed. And extract the coffee bean extract Then, the concentrate of the coffee bean extract manufactured by concentrating the filtrate is diluted, and a solution containing the concentrate of the coffee bean extract having a Brix of 4.0% or more is sprayed. A method for producing sanitary paper, comprising drying wet paper.

Further, according to the present invention, a water-absorbing material and a superabsorbent resin are disposed on the first sanitary paper, and a water-absorbing material layer is formed on the first sanitary paper. In the method for producing an absorbent body, wherein the second sanitary paper is disposed on the water-absorbent material layer, the first sanitary paper filters the coffee bean extract and concentrates the filtrate. A sanitary paper containing a dried product of a coffee bean extract concentrate produced by applying a concentrate of a coffee bean extract having a concentration of Brix 4.0% or more manufactured and dried. Further, in the method for producing an absorber, characterized in that the present invention, on a first sanitary paper, a water-absorbing material and a high water-absorbing resin are arranged, the water-absorbing material layer, the first Formed on sanitary paper, and on this formed water-absorbent material layer, In the method for producing an absorbent body, the second sanitary paper comprises a filter for filtering an extract of coffee beans, and concentrating the filtrate to produce a coffee having a Brix of 4.0% or more. A method for producing an absorbent material, characterized by being a sanitary paper containing a dried product of a concentrated solution of a coffee bean extract produced by applying a concentrated solution of a bean extract and drying. According to the present invention, a water-absorbing material and a highly water-absorbing resin are arranged on a first sanitary paper, and a water-absorbing material layer is formed on the first sanitary paper. In the method for producing an absorbent body, wherein the second sanitary paper is disposed on the conductive material layer to produce the absorbent body, the first and second sanitary papers both filter the coffee bean extract, The concentration produced by concentrating the filtrate is Brix 4.0% or less. Of applying a concentrate of the extract of coffee beans, in the manufacturing method of the absorbent body, characterized in that a sanitary paper containing dried product of concentrate of the extract of coffee beans produced by drying.

In the present invention, the sanitary paper is manufactured by applying a concentrate of the extract of coffee beans to wet paper and drying the wet paper to which the concentrate of the extract of coffee beans is applied. It is possible to manufacture sanitary paper containing a large amount of coffee bean extract by using a small amount of the extract. The sanitary paper of the present invention is produced during the production of canned and packed coffee, for example, by impregnating with an extract of a coffee bean extract residue containing a residual waste liquid or a concentrate of a coffee bean extract, sweat etc. It is possible to provide sanitary paper that can suppress the smell of water, suppress moisture due to perspiration, and suppress the growth of bacteria, and maintain a hygienic state for a long time. In addition, the present invention can effectively utilize tea husks containing, for example, coffee bean extraction residues and tea husk residual waste liquid, which are generated during the production of beverages such as canned and packed coffee, green tea, and black tea.

Also, in the present invention, the sanitary paper member containing the concentrated liquid dried product of the extract of the first water-absorbent coffee beans forming the upper surface, and the water-absorbing material powder located in contact with the lower surface of the first sanitary paper member And a water-absorbing layer portion in which a water-absorbing resin is blended, and a sanitary paper member containing a concentrated liquid dried product of a water-absorbing second coffee bean extract located in contact with the lower surface of the water-absorbing layer portion. I have. In the absorbent body of the present invention, the first and second coffee bean extract includes a concentrated liquid dried product-containing sanitary paper member, and the water-absorbing layer member disposed between the first and second coffee bean extract also includes a coffee bean. Excretion of urine excreted as compared with conventional absorbents, for example, disposable diapers, animal sheets, etc. Accordingly, the odor due to urine and body odor can be suppressed, and 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 growth of bacteria during the use of an absorber using a dried product of a concentrated solution of a coffee bean extract, a dried product of a concentrated solution of an extract of a coffee bean extract residue, or a dried product thereof. Therefore, the growth of bacteria can be performed at a relatively low cost, and the tea husks discharged in large quantities and the tea husk residual effluent exuding from the tea husks can be effectively used.
Therefore, according to the present invention, tannin and the like are separated and removed from the extraction residue of coffee beans, so that the extraction residue of coffee beans, which could not be used effectively by the components such as tannin of the residual waste liquid, can be effectively removed. This eliminates the need for treatment by activated sludge treatment or the like, and can eliminate the extraction residue treatment step in a beverage manufacturing plant for canned or packed coffee or the like.

In the present invention, the hygienic paper has a basis weight of 20 g / m 2 , and the dried product of the coffee bean extract is 0.2 g or more per square meter, preferably 0.5 g or more per square meter. The roasted coffee, which is preferably contained by 0.7 g, and is produced by impregnating and holding a concentrated solution of the extract of coffee beans and drying, and contained per unit area of sanitary paper. It is a mixture of soluble components of beans. In the present invention, the sanitary paper is adhered to the sanitary paper, by increasing the amount of the dried coffee bean extract or the dried tea, that is, the amount of the soluble solids or the soluble solids, to the sanitary paper or It inhibits the growth of Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Staphylococcus aureus, Legionella and Streptococcus adhering to the absorbent for a long time. In addition to roasted coffee beans and tea leaves, it is possible to use waste materials such as tea husks such as tea husk extract, and obtain inexpensive sanitary paper that suppresses bacterial growth. Still further, the present invention is included in a residual waste liquid of coffee bean extraction residue or coffee bean extraction residue, a tea husk or a tea husk residual waste in the process of manufacturing sanitary paper, and in particular, discards tea husk and the like. In this case, harmful components such as tannin, saponin, and zinc are extracted and removed from coffee bean extraction residues, tea husks, and the like to make them discardable.

In the present invention, the coffee beans are not distinguished by the locality of origin and mean coffee beans in general.
In the present invention, the coffee bean extract is a roasted coffee bean extract, a roasted coffee bean extract residue extract or a coffee bean extract residue residual waste or a mixture of two or more of these extracts. The concentrated solution of the coffee bean extract refers to a mixture of the coffee bean extract tea and at least 5/6 or less, preferably 4/5 or less, more preferably 3/4 of the liquid volume of the liquid. Hereinafter, the concentrated liquid is referred to as a concentrated liquid.
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, and a tea concentrate refers to the above tea at least 5 times the amount of the liquid. / 6 or less, preferably 4/5 or less, more preferably 3/4 or less. In the present invention, the concentrated solution containing a coffee bean extract is a solution in which other components are mixed with a concentrated solution of a coffee extract, and, for example, the coffee bean extract is diluted with water at a temperature equal to or higher than room temperature. To a concentrated solution of the extract of coffee beans, a tea or a concentrate of tea or a concentrate of tea husk extract or a concentrate of tea husk extract or a mixture thereof with a lower content than the concentrate of coffee bean extract. Includes mixtures.
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, 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, a concentrate of a coffee bean extract is produced by heating and concentrating an extract obtained by boiling roasted coffee beans or an extraction residue of roasted coffee beans with hot water. be able to. 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 And concentrated under reduced pressure. However, it can also be produced by condensing by heating or concentrating by evaporation under reduced pressure, such as leaching with hot water and boiling. However, extraction with hot water is preferable because the amount of soluble components dissolved increases. Therefore, the concentrate of the extract of coffee beans is the concentrate of the extract of coffee beans, the concentrate of the extract of the extract of coffee beans, the concentrate of the residual waste of the extract residue, or the concentrate of the two or more concentrates. Includes a mixture.
A concentrated tea solution can be produced by heating or vacuum-concentrating an extract obtained by boiling green tea, black tea, oolong tea or other tea leaves with hot water. 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 preferable 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. Concentrate of tea husk extract is produced by leaching tea husks discharged as extracted lees during the production of packed or canned green tea, black tea, oolong tea or other teas with warm or hot water, and further heat and concentrate. can do. 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 waste liquid. 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 sanitary paper is directly sprayed with a concentrated solution of a coffee bean extract or a concentrated solution of a coffee bean extract on a wet paper web transferred to a dewatering unit or a drying unit in a papermaking process. It is manufactured by applying and impregnating with a varnish and then sent to a drying cylinder and dried. Here, the soluble solids contained in the concentrated solution of the coffee bean extract dried and adhered to the sanitary paper is dissolved in the coffee bean extract or the extract of the coffee bean extract residue, The concentration of the soluble solid in the liquid can be increased, for example, to about 20% in Brix concentration by concentration by heating or reduced pressure. 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 product of the coffee bean extract 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 impregnated in the sanitary paper can be adjusted by adjusting the respective concentration and application amount (spray amount) of the soluble solids in the concentrate of the coffee bean extract to prevent bacterial growth. It can exert a deterrent effect and a deodorizing effect. The coffee beans and the extraction residues of the coffee beans applied to the sanitary paper by spraying or the like may be of the same type or different types.

In the present invention, in the extract of coffee beans impregnated in the sanitary paper, solids such as extraction residues of coffee beans are separated by filtration in order to prevent clogging of the nozzle of the sprayer. In the present invention, the coffee bean extract or the concentrate of the coffee bean extract can be formed into a printing ink by blending with a printing ink composition, or by blending a suitable coloring material with the printing ink. Can be formed into color inks for printing. 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 soluble solids of coffee bean extraction residue tea impregnated in sanitary paper is 0.2 g or more, preferably 0.5 g or more, more preferably 0.5 g or more, per 100 g of sanitary paper. 0.7 g or more. The concentrate of the extract of coffee beans to be impregnated on the sanitary paper is a concentrate of the extract of the extract of coffee beans, a concentrate of the residual waste of the extract of coffee beans, or a mixture of these concentrates. The concentration of the soluble solid can be increased to about 20% Brix, for example, as measured by an automatic correction refractometer (manufactured by Atago Co., Ltd.). The concentration of the coffee bean extract concentrate can be adjusted by the amount sprayed by the sprayer according to the concentration, and the amount of the soluble solids of the coffee bean extract spray-applied to the sanitary paper can be adjusted. it can. The amount of the soluble solids of the coffee bean extract 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 the soluble solids in the coffee beans and the extraction residue of the coffee beans 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 coffee bean extract is extracted with 10 parts by weight of hot water at 95 ° C. with respect to 1 part by weight of the coffee bean or the extract residue of the coffee bean. Can be obtained by boiling to 5/6, preferably 3/4 of the initial liquid volume. The extract of coffee beans produced in this way varies depending on, for example, the place of production and roasting conditions of coffee beans, the size and shape of coffee grains and the extraction conditions. For example, the Brix concentration by a refractometer is about 20%. There, the concentrate of the extract of such strong coffee beans, as a standard case basis weight sanitary paper 20 g / m 2, per wet paper 1 m 2, for example 3 to 10 ml or more sprays the sanitary Paper can be manufactured.

(4) The extract of coffee beans or the extract of coffee beans is extracted by boiling with hot water, and the extract of coffee beans is centrifuged to remove the extract residues. The supernatant liquid from which the extraction residue of coffee beans has been removed is heated and evaporated, for example, until the liquid volume becomes 3/4 or less, and then, for example, the concentration of tea is concentrated to about 20% Brix as measured by a refractometer. You. The concentrated coffee bean extract concentrate is diluted to a sprayable concentration and adjusted for spraying.

In the present invention, the concentrated solution of the coffee bean extract is directly sprayed on the wet paper in order to make the application amount of the concentrated solution of the coffee bean extract uniform. Because the concentrated concentrate of coffee beans is sprayed directly onto the wet paper, pinholes are likely to be formed in the finished paper. It is preferred to spray a liquid tea concentrate. 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 paper includes sanitary articles such as sheets for bedding, masks, eye masks, toilet paper, tissues, valve seats, head covers for seats, pillowcases, disposable diapers, animal disposable diapers, sanitary napkins, and animal sanitary dispensers. 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 and 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 is made of, for example, a plastic such as a polypropylene resin, a polyethylene resin, a nylon resin, and a vinylon resin. It can be formed of a nonwoven fabric layer made of fiber or rayon fiber 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 made of plastic such as polyethylene resin or polypropylene resin. Of water-impermeable membrane members. 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.

In the present invention, the hygienic paper contains 5 g or more of a dried product of one or more types of coffee beans per square meter of the hygienic paper based on the hygienic paper having a basis weight of 20 g / m 2. Due to the effect of the dried extract of the extract or the dried product of the coffee bean extract and the dried tea, even when wet due to sweat or the like, it has excellent water absorbability and suppresses the growth of bacteria, and can be used for a long time. , Can maintain a sanitary condition.
As described above, the present invention utilizes the extraction waste of coffee beans and the residual waste liquid of the extraction residues of coffee beans, which are generated in large quantities in the canned or packed coffee beverage manufacturing industry, as raw materials for the absorber, and Even if the sanitary condition is wet due to sweat or the like, it is possible to suppress the growth of bacteria and maintain a good condition for a long time.

Further, in the present invention, a concentrated liquid of one or more coffee bean extract is applied to, for example, one surface of a wet paper web, and the wet paper to which the concentrated liquid of the coffee bean extract is applied is dried. Even if the sanitary paper is manufactured from wet paper coated with the concentrated liquid of the bean extract, it is possible to manufacture the hygienic paper with no pores having a remarkably good hygiene condition at the time of use 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 example, a coach roll 5 on which an endless wet blanket 4 is laid is provided on the circular mesh 1, and the wet paper web layer 3 formed on the circular mesh in the paper making tank 1 is Then, the paper is squeezed on the first blanket 4 on the wire part side stretched over the coach roll 5 and transferred onto the coach roll 5 to form the wet paper 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 the present example, the sprayer 17 of the concentrate of the coffee bean extract is provided toward the spraying point 18 on the pickup roll 11, and the concentrate of the coffee bean extract is supplied to a plurality of nozzles of the sprayer 17. (Not shown), the wet paper web 6 on the second blanket 14 is sprayed on the spraying points 18 on the pickup roll 11. The wet paper web 6 onto which the concentrated solution of the coffee bean extract 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 concentrate of the coffee bean extract 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 2 liters of coffee beans, add 25 liters of water, heat and immerse in boiling water of 95 ° C for 10 minutes, put the whole amount in a centrifuge, and centrifuge the extraction residue of coffee beans to reduce the concentration of dissolved solids. 19 liters of Brix 4% coffee bean extract was obtained. This extract was put into a coffee bean extract collection tank.

Example 2
Add 2 liters of coffee beans to 21 liters of water, heat and immerse in boiling water of 95 ° C. for 10 minutes, put the whole amount in a centrifuge, centrifuge the extraction residue of coffee beans, and reduce the concentration of dissolved solids. 15 liters of Brix 5.2% coffee bean extract was obtained. This extract was added to the coffee bean extract collection tank containing the coffee bean extract of Example 1.

Example 3
21 kg of water was added to 2 kg of the coffee bean extract, heated and immersed in boiling water of 95 ° C. for 10 minutes, the whole amount was put in a centrifuge, and the coffee bean extract residue was centrifuged to dissolve the dissolved solids. Of coffee beans having a Brix concentration of 5.3% was obtained. This extract was added to a coffee bean extract collection tank containing the coffee bean extract of Examples 1 and 2. The total amount of the coffee bean extract put into the coffee bean extract collection tanks of Examples 1, 2 and 3 was 49 liters, and the green tea concentration was Brix 4.8%.

Example 4
49 liters of a coffee bean extract extract having a Brix 4.8% concentration, which was placed in a coffee bean extract collection tank, was boiled down for 1 hour and concentrated to a volume of 3/4. . The concentration of the coffee bean extract in the coffee bean extract concentrate was Brix 5.8%. This concentrated solution of the coffee bean extract was diluted with water so that the concentration of the coffee bean extract became 5% Brix to obtain a spray of the coffee bean extract concentrate. The concentrated extract of coffee beans was sprayed onto the wet paper having a water 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 hygiene paper containing the dried product of the extracted coffee bean extract was 0.38 g / m 2 .

Example 5
30 liters of water was added to 3 kg of the coffee bean extract, heated and boiled in boiling water at 96 ° C. for 15 minutes. The whole amount of the boiled solution was centrifuged, and the coffee bean extract residue was centrifuged. The obtained extract of the first coffee bean of Brix 4.0% obtained here is put into a coffee bean extract liquid collecting tank, and then 21 liters of water is added to 2 kg of fresh coffee beans, heated and heated with boiling water of 96 ° C. Boil for 15 minutes, apply the whole amount of the boiled liquid to a centrifuge, centrifuge the extraction residue of coffee beans, extract the second coffee bean extract obtained here, extract the coffee bean extract tank In addition to the first coffee bean extract, 30 liters of water was added to 3 kg of fresh coffee bean extract, heated and boiled in boiling water at 96 ° C. for 10 minutes, and the whole amount of the boiled solution was transferred to a centrifuge. Multiply, coffee The extraction residue of the beans is centrifuged, and the extract of the third coffee beans obtained here is added to the extracts of the first and second coffee beans in the extract collection tank of the coffee beans to extract the coffee beans. In the liquid collecting tank, 50 liters of black tea extract having a concentration of Brix 4.4% was obtained.

Example 6
A 50 liter extract of coffee beans having a concentration of Brix 4.4%, which was collected in a coffee bean extract collection tank, was boiled down for 1 hour and concentrated to a volume of 3/4. The concentration of the coffee bean extract in the concentrate of the coffee bean extract was Brix 5.8%. This concentrated liquid was diluted with water so that the concentration of the soluble solid was 5% Brix, to obtain a spray liquid of the concentrated liquid of the coffee bean extract. The concentrated solution of the coffee bean extract was sprayed onto the wet paper (moisture content: 60%) transferred to the dry part 25 by the pick-up roll 11 in the papermaking process at a rate of 7 ml per 1 m 2 of wet paper. The content of the dried product of the coffee bean extract of the coffee bean extract-containing sanitary paper selected by drying was 0.35 g 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 is formed at the top by a sanitary paper member 34 containing a dried product of a concentrate of a coffee bean extract, and a sanitary paper member containing a dry product of a concentrate of a coffee bean extract. A bottom portion is formed by 35, and a water-absorbing layer member 36 containing a highly water-absorbing resin and pulp is provided between the two sanitary paper members 34 and 35. In this example, the dried product-containing sanitary paper member 34 of the concentrated liquid of the extract of the upper coffee beans forming the top portion, the water-absorbent layer member 36, and the extractive dried product-containing sanitary paper member 35 of the lower coffee beans forming the bottom portion are The end portion of the concentrated dry matter-containing sanitary paper member 34 of the extract of the upper coffee beans and the lower tea concentrate dry matter-containing sanitary paper member 35 are further stacked, embossed, and integrally formed in a sheet shape. The ends are overlapped and integrally formed.

FIG. 3 is a conceptual diagram schematically showing another embodiment of the absorbent using the sanitary paper containing the dried tea concentrate of the present invention. The sanitary paper 37 of the present embodiment has a top coffee bean forming a top portion. It has a concentrated dry matter-containing sanitary paper member 34 of the extract and a concentrated dry matter-containing sanitary paper member 35 of the lower coffee bean extract forming the bottom part, and further has an extract of the upper and lower coffee beans. Between the concentrated liquid dried material-containing sanitary paper members 34 and 35, a concentrated liquid dried material-containing sanitary paper member 38 of the extract of the intermediate coffee beans is disposed. An upper water-absorbing layer member 391 is provided between the sanitary paper member 34 containing the dried concentrate of the coffee beans extract and the sanitary paper member 38 containing the dried concentrate of the coffee beans extract. A lower water-absorbent layer member 392 is provided between the hygienic paper member 38 containing the concentrated liquid dry matter of the extract of the lower coffee beans and the hygienic paper member 35 containing the concentrated liquid dry matter of the lower coffee bean extract. In the present embodiment, the sanitary paper member 34 containing the concentrated liquid dry matter of the extract of the upper coffee beans, the upper water absorbing layer member 391, the sanitary paper member 38 containing the concentrated liquid of the extract of the middle coffee beans, and the lower water absorbent layer member 392. And the sanitary paper member 35 containing the concentrated dry matter of the extract of the lower coffee beans is laminated and embossed to be integrally formed in a sheet shape. The end of the member 34, the sanitary paper member 38 containing the dried concentrate of the extract of the coffee beans in the middle and the sanitary paper member 35 containing the dry matter of the concentrate of the extract of the lower coffee beans are overlapped and integrally formed. .

FIG. 4 is a schematic manufacturing process diagram showing a process of manufacturing an absorbent body using the sanitary paper containing a dried liquid concentrate of coffee beans shown in FIG. 2 of the present invention.
In FIG. 4, the roll 40 of the sanitary paper member 35 containing the concentrated liquid dried product of the extract of the lower coffee bean is drawn out by the roller 41 for feeding out the sanitary paper member containing the concentrated liquid dried product of the lower coffee bean extract, and is made of cotton. The pulp 42 is fed to a supply roller 43 of the pulp 42, and is supplied with a crushed floc pulp 45 crushed by a crusher 44. The supplied amount of the pulverized flocculent pulp 45 is adjusted on the sanitary paper member 35 containing the dried concentrate of the extract of the lower coffee beans so that the amount is constant. The sanitary paper member 35 containing the dried concentrate of the lower coffee bean to which the pulverized flocculent pulp 45 is supplied is sent to the spraying point 46 of the extract of the coffee bean, and a certain amount of the extract of the coffee bean is extracted. Is sprayed from a coffee bean extract sprayer 47 onto a fixed amount of ground floc pulp 45 on a sanitary paper member 35 containing a dried concentrate of the lower coffee bean extract. The sanitary paper member 35 containing the concentrated liquid dried product of the lower coffee bean extract sprayed with the coffee bean extract is sent to the spray point 49 of the superabsorbent resin 48. The superabsorbent resin 48 is sprayed by the superabsorbent resin disperser 50 on the flocculent pulp 45 on the sanitary paper member 35 containing the dried concentrate of the lower coffee beans sent to the spraying point 49. Is done. The sprayed superabsorbent resin 48 is held by the flocculated pulp 45 moist with the sprayed coffee bean extract.

The hygienic paper member 35 containing the concentrated liquid dried product of the extract of the lower coffee beans in which the super absorbent resin 48 is sprayed and the water absorbing layer member 36 is formed is the sanitary paper material containing the concentrated liquid dried product of the extract of the upper coffee beans. The paper is fed to the supply point 51 of the paper member 34, and is fed from the roll 52 of the sanitary paper member 34 containing the concentrated liquid dry matter of the extract of the upper coffee beans onto the water absorbent layer member 36 via the supply roll 53 via the supply roll 53. The sanitary paper member 34 containing the dried concentrate of the bean extract is placed. A water-absorbent layer member 36 is provided, on which a concentrated dry matter-containing dried paper-containing sanitary paper member 35 of the upper coffee bean extract is provided. It is sent to the embossing machine 54 to form an emboss. 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 showing a process of manufacturing an absorbent body using the sanitary paper containing a concentrated dried product of coffee beans shown in FIG. 3 of the present invention.
In FIG. 5, the roll 40 of the concentrated dry matter-containing sanitary paper member 35 of the extract of the lower coffee beans is drawn out by the roller 41 for feeding the concentrated dry matter-containing sanitary paper member of the extract of the lower coffee beans, and is formed into a cotton-like material. The pulp 42 is supplied to a supply roller 43 and crushed by a crusher 44 to supply a crushed flocculent pulp 45. The supplied amount of the pulverized flocculent pulp 45 is adjusted so that the amount thereof becomes constant on the sanitary paper member 35 containing the concentrated dry matter of the extract of the lower coffee beans.

The sanitary paper member 35 containing the dried concentrate of the lower coffee bean to which the amount of the flocculent pulp 45 has been supplied is sent to the coffee bean extract spraying point 46 to extract a certain amount of the coffee bean. The liquid is sprayed from a coffee bean extract sprayer 47 onto a certain amount of ground cotton pulp 45 on a sanitary paper member 35 containing a dried concentrate of the lower coffee bean extract. The sanitary paper member 35 containing the concentrated liquid of the lower coffee bean extract sprayed with the extract of the coffee beans is sent to the spraying point 49 of the superabsorbent resin 48. The superabsorbent resin 48 is sprayed by the superabsorbent resin disperser 50 on the flocculent pulp 45 on the sanitary paper member 35 containing the dried concentrate of the lower coffee beans sent to the spraying point 49. Is done. 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 concentrated liquid dried product of the extract of the lower coffee beans on which the lower water absorbing layer member 392 is formed is supplied to the supply point 60 of the sanitary paper member 38 containing the concentrated liquid dried laying of the extract of the intermediate coffee beans. Sent from the roll 61 of the concentrated liquid dried product-containing sanitary paper member 38 of the intermediate coffee bean extract to the lower water absorbent layer member 392 via the supply roll 62 via the supply roll 62, The member 38 is mounted. In this example, the concentrated liquid dry matter-containing sanitary paper member 35 of the extract of the lower coffee beans on which the intermediate tea concentrate liquid dry matter-containing sanitary paper member 38 is placed is sent to the folding machine 63 to extract the lower coffee beans. Both ends of the concentrated liquid dried product-containing sanitary paper member 35 of the liquid are folded over both ends of the concentrated liquid dried product-containing sanitary paper member 38 of the intermediate coffee bean extract, and the lower water absorbing layer member 392 is It is fixed on the sanitary paper member 35 containing the dried concentrate of the lower coffee bean extract.

The sanitary paper member 35 containing the concentrated dry matter of the extract of the lower coffee bean provided with the concentrated liquid dry matter-containing sanitary paper member 38 of the extract of the intermediate coffee beans and the lower water-absorbing layer member 39 is made of cotton-like pulp 42. Is supplied to the supply roller 43, and the pulverized floc 45 which has been pulverized by the pulverizer 44 is supplied. The amount of the pulverized flocculent pulp 45 supplied is adjusted so that the amount thereof becomes constant on the sanitary paper member 35 containing the concentrated dry matter of the extract of the intermediate coffee beans. The sanitary paper member 35 containing the concentrated dry matter of the extract of the lower coffee bean in which the flocculent pulp material 45 is supplied onto the sanitary paper member 38 containing the concentrated dry matter of the extract of the intermediate coffee beans, And a certain amount of the coffee bean extract is sent from a coffee bean extract sprayer 47 to a certain portion of the concentrated dry matter-containing sanitary paper member 38 of the intermediate coffee bean extract. A quantity of fluffy pulp pulverized material 45 is sprayed. The sanitary paper member 35 containing the concentrated liquid dried product of the lower coffee bean extract sprayed with the coffee bean extract is sent to the spray point 49 of the superabsorbent resin 48. The super-absorbent resin 48 is superabsorbed on the cotton-like pulp pulverized material 45 on which tea is sprayed on the sanitary paper member 38 containing the concentrated liquid dried matter extract of the intermediate coffee beans sent to the spraying point 49. It is sprayed by the resin sprayer 50. The sprayed superabsorbent resin 48 is held by the cotton-like pulp pulverized material 45 moistened by the sprayed tea, and is placed on the sanitary paper member 38 containing the concentrated dry matter of the extract of the intermediate coffee beans. The water absorbing layer member 391 is formed.

The upper-layer water-absorbent layer member 391 is formed on the sanitary paper member 38 containing the concentrated liquid dried product of the extract of the intermediate coffee beans. The concentrate of the coffee bean extract is sent to the supply point 51 of the sanitary paper member 34 containing the concentrated liquid dry matter, and the upper coffee bean extract is fed from the roll 52 of the sanitary paper member 34 containing the concentrated liquid dry matter to the superabsorbent resin 48. The sanitary paper member 34 containing the concentrated liquid dried product of the extract of the upper coffee beans is placed via the supply roll 53 on the pulverized flocculent pulp 45 on which is spread. An upper water-absorbent layer member 391 is provided, and a sanitary paper member 34 containing a concentrated dry matter of the extract of the upper coffee beans is provided thereon. Is sent to the embossing machine 54 to form an emboss. 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, an absorber for animal sheets has been described as an example, but in the case of another absorber, extraction of coffee beans is performed at a stage where a paper layer is formed by a paper machine or the like and the process proceeds to a drying process. The concentrated liquid of the liquid or the concentrated liquid of the extracted liquid of the extraction residue of coffee beans is sprayed and impregnated. The paper layer impregnated with the concentrate of the extract of coffee beans or the concentrate of the extract of the extract of coffee beans is dried in a dryer at high temperature, disinfected, and provided for the absorbent. In this case, the concentrated solution of the coffee bean extract can be impregnated and dried using a mixed concentrated solution obtained by mixing a concentrated solution of a plurality of types of tea husk extracts. 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.

Also, in the present invention, the sanitary paper member containing the concentrated liquid dried product of the extract of the first water-absorbent coffee beans forming the upper surface, and the water-absorbing material powder located in contact with the lower surface of the first sanitary paper member And a water-absorbing layer portion in which a water-absorbing resin is blended, and a sanitary paper member containing a concentrated liquid dried product of a water-absorbing second coffee bean extract located in contact with the lower surface of the water-absorbing layer portion. I have. In the absorbent body of the present invention, the first and second coffee bean extract includes a concentrated liquid dried product-containing sanitary paper member, and the water-absorbing layer member disposed between the first and second coffee bean extract also includes a coffee bean. Excretion of urine excreted as compared with conventional absorbents, for example, disposable diapers, animal sheets, etc. Accordingly, the odor due to urine and body odor can be suppressed, and 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 dried product of the concentrate of the extract of coffee beans, the dried product of the concentrate of the extract of the extract of coffee beans, or the use of these dried products, the growth of bacteria when the absorbent is used Therefore, the growth of bacteria can be performed at relatively low cost, and the tea husk discharged in large quantities and the residual effluent of tea husk leaching from the tea husk can be effectively used. Since tannin and the like are separated and removed from the bean extraction residue, the coffee bean extraction residue that could not be used effectively due to components such as tannin and the like in the residual waste liquid can be effectively utilized and active. This eliminates the need for treatment by sludge treatment or the like, and can eliminate the extraction residue treatment step in a beverage manufacturing plant for canned or packed coffee or the like.

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.

Explanation of reference numerals

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 middle part including coffee beans extract liquid concentrate Sanitary paper member 391 Upper water-absorbent layer member 392 Lower water-absorbent layer member 40 Roll 41 Lower coffee bean extract concentrated liquid dry matter-containing 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-grade water-based resin 49 Spraying point 50 Superabsorbent 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 Sealing machine 58 Product cutter 59 Conveyance path 60 Middle section Coffee point extract concentrate dried product-containing sanitary paper member 38 supply point 61 Middle section Coffee bean extract concentrate dried product-containing sanitary paper member 38 roll 62 Supply roll 63 Folding Machine

Claims (24)

  1. The extract of coffee beans is filtered, and the filtrate is concentrated. The concentrate of the extract of coffee beans having a concentration of Brix 4.0% or more is applied to wet paper, and the extract of coffee beans is concentrated. A method for producing sanitary paper, comprising drying the wet paper coated with the liquid.
  2. The extract of the coffee beans is filtered, the concentrate is concentrated, and the concentrate of the extract of the coffee beans having a concentration of Brix 4.0% or more is applied to wet paper, and the concentrate of the coffee extract is concentrated. A method for producing sanitary paper, comprising applying a paper strength enhancer to the applied wet paper, and then drying the wet paper to which the paper strength enhancer has been applied.
  3. Filtering the coffee bean extract, concentrating the filtrate, and applying a solution containing a concentrate of the coffee bean extract having a Brix of 4.0% or more and a paper strength enhancer to wet paper; A method for producing sanitary paper, comprising drying the applied wet paper.
  4. The paper strength enhancer is applied to the wet paper, the coffee bean extract is filtered on the wet paper coated with the paper strength enhancer, and the filtrate is concentrated to produce a coffee having a concentration of Brix 4.0% or more. A method for producing sanitary paper, comprising applying a concentrated liquid of a bean extract, and then drying the wet paper coated with the concentrated liquid of a coffee bean extract.
  5. A papermaking or dewatered wet paper web is filtered with an extract of coffee beans, and the filtrate is concentrated. A method for producing sanitary paper, comprising drying wet paper sprayed with a concentrated solution of coffee bean extract.
  6. The extract of coffee beans is filtered, the concentrate of the extract of coffee beans produced by concentrating the filtrate is diluted, and a solution containing a concentrate of coffee extract having a Brix of 4.0% or more is added to wet paper. A method for producing sanitary paper, comprising applying the applied wet paper and drying the wet paper.
  7. The extract of coffee beans is filtered, and the concentrate of the extract of coffee beans produced by concentrating the filtrate is diluted to obtain a solution containing the extract of coffee beans having a concentration of Brix 4.0% or more. A method for producing sanitary paper, comprising applying the composition to a wet paper, applying a paper strength enhancer to the applied wet paper, and then drying the wet paper to which the paper strength enhancer has been applied.
  8. The coffee bean extract is filtered, and the concentrate of the coffee bean extract prepared by concentrating the filtrate is diluted to give a solution containing a coffee extract concentrate having a Brix of 4.0% or more and a paper strength enhancer. Is applied to a wet paper, and the applied wet paper is dried.
  9. The paper strength enhancer is applied to the wet paper, the coffee bean extract is filtered on the wet paper coated with the paper strength enhancer, and the filtrate is concentrated to produce a concentrated coffee bean extract concentrate. Applying a concentrated solution of a coffee bean extract diluted to a concentration of Brix 4.0% or more, and then drying the wet paper coated with the concentrated solution of the coffee bean extract. Manufacturing method of sanitary paper.
  10. The coffee bean extract is filtered on wet paper, which is made or dewatered and conveyed, and the concentrate of the coffee bean extract produced by concentrating the filtrate is diluted to a concentration of Brix 4.0. A method for producing sanitary paper, comprising spraying a concentrated solution containing at least a percent of coffee bean extract, and drying the sprayed wet paper.
  11. The extract of coffee beans is filtered, and the concentrate of the extract of coffee beans manufactured by concentrating the filtrate is diluted to obtain a concentrate containing a concentrate of coffee beans having a Brix of 4.0% or more. The method for producing sanitary paper according to any one of claims 6 to 10, further comprising a diluted solution of a concentrate of one or more coffee bean extract.
  12. The coffee bean extract is filtered, the filtrate is concentrated, and the concentrate of the coffee bean extract manufactured by diluting the filtrate is diluted to obtain a concentrated solution of the coffee bean extract having a Brix of 4.0% or more. Manufacture and filter the extract or tea husk residual waste liquid of one or more tea leaves or tea husks with a content less than the concentration of the concentrate of the coffee bean extract having a Brix of 4.0% or more, and concentrate the filtrate. The method for producing sanitary paper according to any one of claims 6 to 10, wherein the solution is a solution containing a concentrated tea solution having a Brix concentration of 4.8% or more.
  13. The coffee bean extract is filtered, and the filtrate is concentrated to produce a concentrate of the coffee bean extract having a Brix of 4.0% or more. 1 part by weight of bean extraction residue is extracted with 10 parts by weight or more of water at room temperature or higher, the obtained coffee bean extract is filtered, and the obtained filtrate is concentrated. The method for producing sanitary paper according to any one of claims 1 to 5.
  14. The coffee bean extract is filtered, and the filtrate is concentrated to produce a concentrate of the coffee bean extract having a Brix of 4.0% or more. One part by weight of the bean extraction residue is extracted with hot water of 15 parts by weight or less at a temperature of 95 ° C. or more, and the coffee bean extract is filtered to extract the coffee bean extract residue in the coffee bean extract. 6. The method for producing sanitary paper according to any one of claims 1 to 5, wherein the filtrate is separated and produced by evaporating and concentrating the obtained filtrate.
  15. The coffee bean extract is filtered, and the filtrate is concentrated to produce a concentrate of the coffee bean extract having a Brix of 4.0% or more. One part by weight of the extraction residue of beans is extracted under compression in hot water of not more than 15 parts by weight at a temperature of not less than 95 ° C., and this extract is filtered to separate the extraction residue of roasted coffee beans to obtain. The method for producing sanitary paper according to any one of claims 1 to 5, wherein the filtrate is produced by concentrating the filtrate.
  16. On the first sanitary paper, a water-absorbing material and a superabsorbent resin are arranged, and a water-absorbing material layer is formed on the first sanitary paper. In the method for producing an absorbent body, in which a second sanitary paper is arranged to produce an absorbent body, the first sanitary paper is obtained by filtering an extract of coffee beans and concentrating the filtrate to produce a concentration. Brix 4.0% or more of a coffee bean extract concentrate is applied and dried to form a sanitary paper containing a dried product of a coffee bean extract concentrate produced by drying. Production method.
  17. On the first sanitary paper, a water-absorbing material and a superabsorbent resin are arranged, and a water-absorbing material layer is formed on the first sanitary paper. In the method for producing an absorbent body, in which a second sanitary paper is arranged to produce an absorbent, the second sanitary paper has a concentration produced by filtering an extract of coffee beans and concentrating the filtrate. Brix 4.0% or more of a coffee bean extract concentrate is applied and dried to form a sanitary paper containing a dried product of a coffee bean extract concentrate produced by drying. Production method.
  18. On the first sanitary paper, a water-absorbing material and a superabsorbent resin are arranged, and a water-absorbing material layer is formed on the first sanitary paper. In the method for manufacturing an absorbent body, wherein the second sanitary paper is arranged to manufacture the absorbent body, the first and second sanitary papers both filter the coffee bean extract and concentrate the filtrate. It is a sanitary paper containing a concentrate of a coffee bean extract having a concentration of Brix of 4.0% or more and dried and dried to produce a concentrate of a coffee bean extract. The method for producing an absorber.
  19. A part of the water-absorbing material of the water-absorbing material layer formed on the first sanitary paper includes a coffee bean extract or tea, or a coffee bean extract, filtered and concentrated to produce the filtrate. The concentrated solution of the extract of coffee beans having Brix 4.0% or more, or the extract of one or more tea leaves or tea husks or the residual effluent of tea husks is filtered, and the filtrate is concentrated to produce Brix4. The method for producing an absorber according to any one of claims 16 to 18, wherein a concentrated liquid of tea of 0.8% or more is adhered.
  20. The first and / or second sanitary paper containing a dried product of the concentrated coffee bean extract is obtained by concentrating the coffee bean extract and producing a coffee bean having a concentration of Brix 4.0% or more. The concentrate of the coffee bean extract and the concentrate of the coffee bean extract prepared by concentrating the extract of the coffee beans are diluted to wet the concentrate containing the extract of the coffee beans having a Brix of 4.0% or more. The method for producing an absorber according to any one of claims 16 to 18, wherein the absorbent is produced by applying the composition to paper and drying the applied wet paper.
  21. A first and / or second sanitary paper containing a dried product of the concentrated solution of the coffee bean extract, the coffee bean extract is filtered, and the filtrate is concentrated to produce a coffee bean extract. A paper strength enhancer is applied to the wet paper coated with the concentrated solution containing the extract of coffee beans having a concentration of Brix 4.0% or more after the liquid concentrate is diluted, and then the paper strength enhancer is applied. The method for producing an absorber according to any one of claims 16 to 18, wherein the absorbent is produced by drying the applied wet paper.
  22. The coffee bean extract is filtered, and the filtrate is concentrated. The concentrate of the coffee bean extract manufactured by diluting the concentrate is manufactured by diluting the concentrate of the coffee bean extract having a Brix of 4.0% or more. The first and / or second sanitary paper containing the dried product containing solution further comprises filtering the coffee bean extract and concentrating the filtrate to produce a coffee bean having a Brix concentration of 4.0% or more. The concentrated solution of the extract of the above, or the concentrated solution is diluted, and the produced solution containing the concentrated solution of the extract of coffee beans having Brix 4.0% or more and the solution containing the paper strength agent are applied. The method for producing an absorber according to any one of claims 16 to 18, wherein the absorbent is produced by drying.
  23. Co Hi was filtered bean extract, concentrate of the extract concentrations were prepared by concentrating the filtrate coffee beans or Brix4.0 percent is the extract of roasted coffee beans, roasted An extract obtained by filtering an extract of the extracted residue of coffee beans or a residual waste liquid of the extracted residue of roasted coffee beans or a mixture of two or more thereof, and concentrating the filtrate. 19. The method for producing an absorber according to any one of items 18.
  24. 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 The method for producing an absorber according to any one of claims 16 to 18, wherein the mixture is a mixture of two or more.
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