JP3908403B2 - Laminated body for disposable products - Google Patents

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JP3908403B2
JP3908403B2 JP04349499A JP4349499A JP3908403B2 JP 3908403 B2 JP3908403 B2 JP 3908403B2 JP 04349499 A JP04349499 A JP 04349499A JP 4349499 A JP4349499 A JP 4349499A JP 3908403 B2 JP3908403 B2 JP 3908403B2
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[0001]
BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION
The present invention relates to a laminate for absorbing disposable products such as disposable diapers and disposable pants, and a method for producing the same. The present invention relates to an absorbent laminate and a method for producing the same.
[0002]
[Prior art]
As absorbents for absorbing body fluids used as disposable diapers, disposable pants or napkins, defibrated pulp fibers, water-absorbent resin powders, thermoplastic fibers, etc. have been conventionally molded into a mat and wrapped in thin paper The absorbent mat fixed in step 1 was used.
[0003]
Such an absorbent mat has a thick mat because it contains pulp fibers. Attempts have also been made to heat-compress and constrain with thermoplastic fibers to form a thin shape, but the pulp fiber after water absorption has a strong force to spread to the surroundings. The part bulged outwards, giving the wearer discomfort.
[0004]
On the other hand, attempts have been made to increase the amount of the water-absorbent resin powder in order to improve the absorption performance of the absorber and reduce the thickness of the entire mat, but the water-absorbent resin powder 1 (weight ratio) with respect to the pulp fiber 1 has also been made. The degree is the limit. That is, if the amount of the water-absorbing resin powder is further increased, the water-absorbing resin near the surface is pushed up by the lower water-absorbing resin due to swelling after water absorption (pulp fibers cannot restrain the movement of the water-absorbing resin). Protruding to the surface side of the body or destroying the water-absorbing resin causes inconveniences such as discomfort to the wearer. Moreover, since there are few pulp fibers, shape retention ability is inferior, and what is called a twist during wearing occurs.
[0005]
[Problems to be solved by the invention]
Accordingly, the present invention has been made to provide an absorbent laminate and a method for producing the same, which are ultra-thin, do not lose shape after water absorption, and can sufficiently exhibit absorption ability.
[0006]
[Means for Solving the Problems]
Absorbent laminate of the disposable product of the present invention which solves the aforementioned problems is a absorbent laminate containing no pulp fibers, the absorbent laminate is two upper and lower non-woven fabric is provided between the nonwoven fabric 2 together are bonded by reticular layer consisting of the hot-melt adhesive layer, the hot melt adhesive only to the upper and lower layers near the center in the thickness direction is an interlayer of the reticular layer of the water-absorbent resin powder adheres Ri Do Te, the two non-woven fabrics to each other are partially welded in the absence portion of the water-absorbent resin powder, it has the gist where the said net-like layer has a large number of voids.
[0007]
By adopting this configuration, it was possible to provide an ultra-thin absorbent laminate that does not contain pulp fibers. In addition, since the water-absorbent resin powder is held in a state where a part of the powder is adhered to the network of the hot melt adhesive, it is present in a state of being trapped in the voids of the network, and is surely interposed between the nonwoven fabrics. The water absorption performance is not hindered by the adhesive.
[0008]
The configuration in which the two nonwoven fabrics of the absorbent laminate are partially welded is a preferred embodiment of the present invention, and the shape stability of the absorbent laminate is further improved.
[0009]
The method for producing the absorbent laminate of the present invention comprises hot melt adhesion to the surface of the belt-shaped nonwoven fabric by discharging a hot melt adhesive in a molten state from a plurality of nozzles toward the surface of the traveling strip-shaped nonwoven fabric. Forming a network of the agent, and then spraying the water-absorbing resin powder onto the network, and again discharging the hot melt adhesive in the form of threads from a plurality of nozzles into the network of the hot melt adhesive And forming a continuous laminated body by placing a separate belt-shaped nonwoven fabric thereon, and cutting it into a predetermined size. By adopting this production method, the absorbent laminate of the present invention can be produced easily.
[0010]
In the production of the absorbent laminate of the present invention, the step of partially welding the two nonwoven fabrics is performed before, simultaneously with, or after cutting into a predetermined size in the above production method.
[0011]
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION
FIG. 1 is an enlarged cross-sectional explanatory view showing a typical embodiment of the absorbent laminate according to the present invention in an enlarged manner. This absorbent laminate 1 is formed by sandwiching a network layer 2 of hot melt adhesive and water absorbent resin powders 31, 31 ... between two nonwoven fabrics 10,11. The two nonwoven fabrics 10 and 11 are bonded to each other by the network layer 2 of the hot melt adhesive, and the water absorbent resin powder 3 exists in a state of being attached to the hot melt adhesive constituting the network. Yes. For this reason, the water-absorbent resin powder 31 is not in a state where the entire surface of the powder is covered with the adhesive, but a part thereof is only attached to the net of the adhesive. Therefore, the water absorption performance is not hindered, and as shown in FIG. 2, even if the powder 31 swells due to water absorption and has a large particle size (reference numeral 32), the mesh body has voids. Can exhibit water absorption performance. Furthermore, it is more preferable to use a hot melt adhesive having excellent ductility because the hot melt adhesive can extend so as to increase the mesh size following the enlarging of the water absorbent resin. In addition, since these figures are drawn as a model, the relative relationship between the thickness of the nonwoven fabric, the thickness of the mesh layer, and the size of the water-absorbent resin powder is as shown in this example. is not.
[0012]
In the illustrated example, the network layer 2 is composed of an upper layer 21 and a lower layer 22, and this is a two-layer in which a water-absorbent resin powder is present near the center in the thickness direction when a manufacturing method described later is adopted. It becomes a structure. This configuration, since the water-absorbent resin powder is also swells after water absorption, its effects do not span the nonwoven fabric have preferably. When the hot melt layer between the nonwoven fabric is increased, since there is a possibility to increase the rigidity of the absorbent laminate, it is preferable to adopt a configuration of laminating a absorbent laminate itself. The structure in which only one layer, that is, the network layer of the hot melt adhesive is formed and then the water-absorbing resin powder is dispersed and the upper nonwoven fabric is laminated, the water-absorbing resin powder and the upper nonwoven fabric may be in contact with each other. Later swelling polymer protrudes and irregularities may be formed on the surface of the absorbent laminate, and the adhesive strength of the nonwoven fabric may be weakened. In addition, since the water-absorbent resin may fall off, it is recommended that the network layer be two layers.
[0013]
As the nonwoven fabrics 10 and 11, polyolefin fibers such as polypropylene, rayon fibers, other nonwoven fabrics made of synthetic fibers, nonwoven fabrics manufactured by mixing silk and the like are used. The absorbent laminate of the present invention, since the pulp fibers are not included, in order to impart cushioning properties, relatively bulky nonwoven fabric is preferred. It is also preferable from the point of cushioning provision to use the nonwoven fabric laminated | stacked on two or more layers as the nonwoven fabric 10 or 11 .
[0014]
The hot-melt adhesive is not particularly limited as long as it melts at about 60 to 180 ° C., and can form a net-like body while being cooled after being discharged in the form of yarn. The net-like body refers to a state in which the hot melt adhesive is in the form of fibers and the fibers are partially fused to form a web. It may be discharged in a spiral shape to form a net-like body. By forming a net-like body, a large number of voids that can be retained even when the water-absorbent resin powder swells after water absorption is formed. Even if the resin powder swells to a large particle size, the periphery of the swollen particles is entirely an adhesive so that it does not fall off the adhesive net.
[0015]
Specific examples of hot melt adhesives include natural rubber, butyl rubber, polyisoprene and other rubber systems, SIS, SBS, SIBS, SEBS and other styrene elastomers, ethylene / vinyl acetate copolymer (EVA), polyester, and acrylic systems. And polyolefins. In order to prevent the swelled particles from falling off after water absorption, those having strong adhesive force are preferable, and it is preferable to have excellent ductility capable of enlarging the network following the enlarging of the particles. In these respects, use of rubber-based or styrene-based elastomers is recommended.
[0016]
In order to form a hot melt adhesive into a net-like body, a method (curtain spray method, spiral coating method, or the like) in which a molten adhesive is discharged from a plurality of nozzles in a thread form is preferable. When the thread-like adhesive is laminated on the nonwoven fabric and solidified, it becomes a net-like body. At this time, by blowing air to the discharged adhesive, the adhesive can be naturally cut to an appropriate length without the adhesive being intermittently discharged. Moreover, if the direction of air is set appropriately, a net-like body can be formed in a wide area.
[0017]
As the water-absorbent resin powder, known water-absorbent resins can be used, and examples thereof include polyacrylate-based, cellulose-based, starch / acrylonitrile-based water-absorbent resins. A higher water absorption ratio is preferable. This is because the absorbent capacity of the absorbent laminate of the present invention is exhibited only by the water absorbent resin. The water-absorbent resin powder may be divided into a powder existing part and a non-existing part, and it is spread only in the vicinity of the center of the laminate for absorption, or it is spread mainly on the front side, or it is spread like a streak. depending on the wearer's sex, etc., Ru der can be changed as appropriate spray pattern. In the case of adopting a structure for intermittently spraying water absorbent resin powder can also be matched to the application site of a hot melt adhesive spray pattern of the water-absorbent resin powder.
[0018]
It is preferable that the periphery of the absorbent laminate is sealed by heat sealing or ultrasonic welding. This is to prevent spillage from the periphery of the absorbent laminate when there is a water absorbent resin powder that has fallen off the hot melt adhesive layer. However, when the water-absorbent resin powder is sprayed only near the center of the absorbent laminate, there is no need for the surrounding sealing. In addition, when used in other products such as disposable pants / disposable diapers, sanitary shorts, etc., the periphery of the absorbent laminate may be sealed by the fixing work during installation. As for the laminated body for absorption, the circumference | surroundings do not need to be sealed.
[0019]
It is preferable that two nonwoven fabrics are partially welded to the absorbent laminate. When water absorption is localized, if only a part of the absorbent laminate swells and increases in weight, it tends to lose its shape, but if it is partially welded by heat sealing or ultrasonic welding, it will lose its shape. It is hard to wake up. As described above, when the water-absorbing resin powder is intermittently sprayed to divide the powder-existing part into the non-existing part, it is preferable to heat-seal the non-existing part. This is because the portion where the powder is present tends to have a low sealing strength.
[0020]
FIG. 3 shows a cross-sectional view of the laminated laminate for absorption. The nonwoven fabrics 10 and 11 are welded together at the welded portion 4 so that the network layer 2 and the water absorbent resin 31 of the hot melt adhesive are partitioned. This is a cross-sectional view taken along the line AA of FIG. 4A, and shows an example of welding in a stripe shape. The welding shape is not particularly limited, and can be appropriately changed such as an oblique lattice shape as shown in FIG. 4B and a circular dot shape as shown in FIG. Welding may be performed using a heating plate or a roller having a tooth profile of the shape shown in FIG.
[0021]
Next, a method for producing the absorbent laminate of the present invention will be described. In FIG. 5, explanatory drawing of the preferable method of manufacturing the laminated body for absorption of this invention continuously was shown. First, a hot melt adhesive in a molten state is discharged in a thread form from a coater 51 having a plurality of nozzles toward the surface of the strip-shaped nonwoven fabric 12 running in the direction of the white arrow. The coater 51 has a length approximately the same as the width of the belt-shaped nonwoven fabric 12 and can be provided with a plurality of nozzles in the longitudinal direction. The air outlet may be provided on the same body as the coater 51 or separately. Further, instead of the coater 51, a plurality of circular nozzles provided with a plurality of nozzles and air outlets may be installed so that the hot melt adhesive is coated in a planar shape. The hot melt adhesive discharged in the form of a thread falls on the belt-like nonwoven fabric 12 to form a network layer 22.
[0022]
Subsequently, the water-absorbing resin powder 31 is sprayed onto the network layer 22 of the hot melt adhesive on the belt-shaped nonwoven fabric 13 by the spraying device 52. It is preferable that the powder 31 is sprayed before the hot melt adhesive is completely solidified, whereby the powder 31 is firmly bonded to the network layer 22.
[0023]
Next, in the same manner as the step of forming the network layer 22 again, the hot melt adhesive in a molten state is discharged onto the powder 31 and the network layer 21 is formed. And the continuous laminated body 15 is obtained by mounting the separate strip | belt-shaped nonwoven fabric 13 on it, and crimping | bonding it with the rollers 54 and 54. FIG.
[0024]
If the continuous laminated body 15 is cut | disconnected by the predetermined | prescribed magnitude | size with the cutting device which is not shown in figure, the laminated body for absorption will be manufactured. The extent welding Engineering, (or alternatively a combination of these) prior to or simultaneously or after the cutting process, partially welding the two non-woven fabrics between the laminate. The welding can be performed by sandwiching the absorbent laminate with a heating plate or a roller having the tooth profile shown in FIG.
[0025]
【The invention's effect】
Since the present invention is configured as described above, it was possible to provide an absorbent laminate that is excellent in water absorption performance even with an ultra-thin shape, and that is less likely to lose shape. Therefore, it can be used as an absorbent material for disposable pants, disposable diapers, urine collection assist pads, sanitary shorts, light incontinence shorts, etc. It has become possible to provide a sanitary material that is excellent in quality and has no inconvenience such as leakage. Moreover, since the manufacturing method of the laminated body for absorption of this invention is very simple, the laminated body for absorption can be provided at low cost. In addition to the sanitary material field, the absorbent laminate of the present invention can be used for agricultural water retention / absorption materials, concrete curing mats, anti-condensation sheets, poultices, patches, cosmetics, and the like.
[Brief description of the drawings]
FIG. 1 is a schematic cross-sectional view showing a typical embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 2 is a schematic cross-sectional view of an absorbent laminate after water absorption.
FIG. 3 is a schematic cross-sectional view of a welded laminate for absorption.
4A, 4B, and 4C are explanatory diagrams showing examples of welding patterns. FIG.
FIG. 5 is a schematic explanatory view showing a typical embodiment of the method of the present invention.
[Explanation of symbols]
DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Absorbing laminated body 10, 11 Nonwoven fabric 12, 13 Banded nonwoven fabric 21, 22 Hot melt adhesive network layer 31 Water absorbent resin powder 4 Welded part

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  1. A absorbent laminate containing no pulp fibers,
    In this absorbent laminate, two nonwoven fabrics are bonded by a network layer made of two layers of upper and lower hot melt adhesives provided between the nonwoven fabrics,
    The water-absorbent resin powder is attached only in the vicinity of the center in the thickness direction between the upper and lower two network layers of the hot melt adhesive,
    The two nonwoven fabrics are partially welded in the non-existing portion of the water absorbent resin powder,
    A laminate for absorbing a disposable product, wherein the mesh layer has a large number of voids.
  2. The absorbent laminate according to claim 1 , wherein the network layer is formed by partially fusing fibrous hot-melt adhesives.
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