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Publication numberCN101166780 B
Publication typeGrant
Application numberCN 200680014589
PCT numberPCT/US2006/015845
Publication date20 Jun 2012
Filing date25 Apr 2006
Priority date29 Apr 2005
Also published asCA2605465A1, CA2605465C, CA2751005A1, CN101166780A, DE602006016770D1, EP1874852A2, EP1874852B1, EP2251372A1, EP2251372B1, US8304599, US9096731, US9637603, US20060244185, US20130030399, US20150314490, WO2006118909A2, WO2006118909A3
Publication number200680014589.4, CN 101166780 B, CN 101166780B, CN 200680014589, CN-B-101166780, CN101166780 B, CN101166780B, CN200680014589, CN200680014589.4, PCT/2006/15845, PCT/US/2006/015845, PCT/US/2006/15845, PCT/US/6/015845, PCT/US/6/15845, PCT/US2006/015845, PCT/US2006/15845, PCT/US2006015845, PCT/US200615845, PCT/US6/015845, PCT/US6/15845, PCT/US6015845, PCT/US615845
Inventors丹尼尔·S·惠勒, 阿曼·阿什拉夫
Applicant宝洁公司
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
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Polymeric film exhibiting anti-blocking characteristics and process of making
CN 101166780 B
Abstract
A method of forming a film resistant to blocking including the steps of providing a polymeric film having a first and second surface; applying the anti-blocking agent in a fluid or molten state to at least the first surface of the polymeric film; and gathering the treated film. The anti-blocking agent may be substantially acrylic free.
Claims(14)  translated from Chinese
1. 一种形成抗粘连的薄膜的方法,所述方法包括以下步骤:a)提供具有第一表面和第二表面的聚合物膜,其中所述聚合物膜为热塑性弹性体或乙烯基芳烃嵌段共聚物;b)将抗粘连剂以流体或熔融态涂敷到所述聚合物膜的至少第一表面上,其中涂敷流体或熔融态的抗粘连剂的步骤还包括涂敷细雾形式的抗粘连剂,所述细雾具有小于或等于IOOOym的平均粒度;以及c)聚集所述处理过的薄膜以形成聚集的薄膜;其中所述抗粘连剂基本上不含丙烯酸类。 A method of forming a thin film of anti-adhesion, said method comprising the steps of: a) providing a polymeric film having a first surface and a second surface, wherein said polymeric film is a thermoplastic elastomer or a vinyl aromatic hydrocarbon inlay block copolymer; b) the anti-blocking agent in a fluid or molten state is applied onto at least a first surface of said polymer film, wherein the step of applying a fluid or an anti-blocking agent in a molten state further comprises applying a fine mist form The anti-blocking agent, said fine mist having an average particle size of less than or equal to IOOOym; and c) gathering the treated film to form an aggregate of thin film; wherein the anti-blocking agent is substantially free of an acrylic.
2.如权利要求1所述的方法,其中所述热塑性弹性体包括选自由下列物质组成的组的聚合物:聚乙烯基芳烃、聚烯烃、聚酯、聚氨酯、聚醚酰胺、以及它们的组合。 Polyvinyl aromatics, polyolefins, polyesters, polyurethanes, polyether amides, and combinations thereof: 2. The method of claim 1, wherein said thermoplastic elastomer comprises a polymer selected from the group consisting of substances .
3.如权利要求2所述的方法,其中所述乙烯基芳烃嵌段共聚物选自苯乙烯-丁二烯-苯乙烯、苯乙烯-异戊二烯-苯乙烯、苯乙烯-乙烯/ 丁烯-苯乙烯、苯乙烯-乙烯/ 丙烯-苯乙烯。 3. The method of claim 2, wherein said vinyl aromatic hydrocarbon block copolymer selected from styrene - butadiene - styrene, styrene - isoprene - styrene, styrene - ethylene / butyl ene - styrene, styrene - ethylene / propylene - styrene.
4.如权利要求2所述的方法,其中所述聚烯烃为茂金属催化的聚烯烃。 4. The method of claim 2, wherein the polyolefin is a metallocene-catalysed polyolefins.
5.如权利要求1所述的方法,其中所述抗粘连剂包含选自由下列组成的组的物质:相变溶剂、蜡、以及它们的组合。 5. The method of claim 1, wherein the anti-blocking agent comprises a material selected from the group consisting of: a phase change solvent, a wax, and combinations thereof.
6.如权利要求1所述的方法,其中所述抗粘连剂包含选自由下列组成的组的蜡:动物基蜡、植物基蜡、石油基蜡、合成蜡、矿物基蜡、以及它们的组合。 Animal based waxes, vegetable based waxes, petroleum waxes, synthetic waxes, mineral based waxes, and combinations thereof: 6. The method of claim 1, wherein the anti-blocking agent comprises a wax selected from the group consisting of .
7.如权利要求1所述的方法,其中所述抗粘连剂包含蜡,所述蜡显示选自以下的性质:a)等于或大于60°C的Mettler滴点,b)0. 85 至0. 98g/cm3 的密度,c) 190°C时每10分钟Ig至5,OOOg的熔融指数,以及d)它们的组合。 7. The method of claim 1, wherein the anti-blocking agent comprises a wax, the wax is selected from the following display properties: a) equal to or greater than 60 ° C the Mettler drop point, b) 0 85 至 0. . 98g / cm3 density, c) 190 ° C every 10 minutes Ig to 5, OOOg melt index, and d) combinations thereof.
8.如权利要求1所述的方法,所述方法还包括冷却处理过的薄膜的步骤;其中所述冷却步骤在聚集所述处理过的薄膜的步骤之前进行。 8. The method of claim 1, said method further comprising the step of cooling the treated film; wherein said cooling step prior to the step of gathering the treated film was.
9.如权利要求1所述的方法,所述方法还包括加固处理过的薄膜的步骤,其中抗粘连剂和聚合物膜被压缩在一起,其中所述加固步骤在聚集处理过的薄膜的步骤之前进行。 9. The method of claim 1, said method further comprising the step of reinforcing the treated film wherein the anti-blocking agent and polymeric film are compressed together, wherein the reinforcing step of gathering the treated film step were before.
10.如权利要求1所述的方法,所述方法还包括将聚集的薄膜存储至少M小时的保压时间的步骤。 10. The method of claim 1, said method further comprising the step of storing at least the film aggregate M-hour dwell time.
11.如权利要求1所述的方法,所述方法还包括分离聚集的薄膜的步骤,所述分离导致与自身接触的聚集的薄膜的至少一些部分分开,并且其中所述分离需要小于或等于20N/cm 的平均T-剥离力。 11. The method of claim 1, said method further comprising the step of separating aggregated film, resulting in the separation of the film itself in contact with the aggregation of at least some of the separate portions, and wherein the separation requires less than or equal to 20N / cm average T- peel force.
12.如权利要求11所述的方法,所述方法还包括将分离的薄膜层压到基底上以形成薄膜层压材料的步骤。 12. A method as recited in claim 11, said method further comprising the step of laminating the separated film to a substrate to form a film laminate.
13.如权利要求11所述的方法,所述方法还包括将分离的薄膜结合到尿布中的步骤。 13. A method as recited in claim 11, the method further comprises combining the separated film into a diaper step.
14. 一种抗粘连的薄膜,所述抗粘连的薄膜根据权利要求1所述的方法生产。 14. An anti-adhesion film, a thin film of the anti-adhesion method according to claim 1, wherein the production requirements.
Description  translated from Chinese

显示抗粘连特性的聚合物膜及制备方法 Display anti-adhesion properties of the polymer film and preparation method

发明领域 Field of the Invention

[0001] 本发明通常涉及改善聚合物膜的抗粘连特性的方法、所得的聚合物膜以及包括该聚合物膜的消费品。 [0001] The present invention generally relates to a method for improving the anti-blocking properties of the polymer film, the resulting polymer film and the polymer film comprises a consumer.

[0002] 发明背景 [0002] BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

[0003] 聚合物膜通常用于多种商品和消费品。 [0003] The polymer film is generally used for a variety of goods and consumer goods. 具体地讲,聚合物膜已经用于一次性消费品,例如包括尿布、经期用品和成人失禁装置的一次性吸收制品中。 Specifically, the polymer film has been used in disposable consumer products, including disposable absorbent articles such as diapers, adult incontinence supplies and menstrual device. 这些薄膜容易处理,并且可用于改善吸收制品对渗出物的容纳。 These films are easy to handle, and can be used to improve the absorbent article of exudate containment. 此外,弹性体薄膜(其为显示弹性性能的聚合物膜)经常用于吸收制品中。 Additionally, the elastomeric film (the elastic properties of the polymer film is shown) are often used in absorbent articles. 弹性体薄膜使得吸收制品提供紧密的贴合性,这样可适应一定范围的不同身材的穿着者并提供用于穿着者皮肤的衬圈密封。 Elastomeric film so that the absorbent article provide a tight fit, which can accommodate a range of different body of the wearer and provide the skin of the wearer of the dial ring seal. 弹性体薄膜经常与其它材料如非织造材料组合形成可用于吸收制品中的拉伸层压材料。 Elastomeric film often other materials such as nonwoven materials may be used in combination with the formation of the absorbent article of stretch laminate.

[0004] 大多数供给的聚合物膜在结合到消费品中之前需要被调整大小、层压或换句话讲进行处理。 [0004] Most polymeric films are supplied to the consumer prior to binding needs to be resized, laminated, or otherwise processed. 一般来讲,聚合物膜以大宗形式例如大宗卷或其它构型供给,其中多层薄膜面对面接触。 In general, the bulk of the polymer film to form, for example the bulk supply roll or other configuration, wherein the multilayer film face to face contact. 然而,如此提供的聚合物膜的一个缺点是所述膜趋于粘连或粘附在一起。 However, a disadvantage of such a polymer film is provided by adhesion or the film tends to be adhered together. 粘连可为永久性的,使得分离膜层的力超过所述膜的拉伸强度。 Adhesion may be permanent, so that the separation layer of the membrane force exceeds the tensile strength. 在单个膜层分离之前,薄膜撕裂处可见永久性粘连。 Before a single film separation, film tear visible permanent adhesion. 在一些情况下,粘连可为可逆的。 In some cases, adhesion may be reversible. 粘连的薄膜可通过增加退绕张力分离。 Blocking film unwinding tension by increasing separation. 然而,退绕的薄膜可能具有粘连残余的缺陷。 However, the unwound film may have a blocking residual defects. 粘连还可由于在高温或高压下存储而加剧,而这两个条件则是在存储以大宗卷形式提供的薄膜时常见的。 Adhesion may also be due to storage under high temperature or high pressure exacerbated, and these two conditions are stored in the film provided on bulk roll form common.

[0005] 大宗卷经常通过以赋予到薄膜上的某一卷带张力将薄膜卷绕在线轴上而形成。 [0005] The bulk of the volume is often given to a roll by the tension on the film with the film winding spool formed. 外部同心膜层施加压力到内层上。 Applying pressure to the outer concentric layer on the inner layer. 大宗卷在存储和/或传送时可在几天、几周或几个月内保持这种构型。 Bulk volumes can maintain this configuration in a few days, weeks or months during storage and / or transmission. 粘连的严重性也与薄膜的组成有关。 The severity of adhesions was also related with the composition of the film. 与相对硬的高密度聚乙烯膜相比,粘连的发生在相对软的聚(氯乙烯)膜中更常见。 Compared with the relatively hard, high-density polyethylene film, blocking occurs in the relatively soft poly (vinyl chloride) membrane is more common.

[0006] 已采用多种策略来降低或消除薄膜中的粘连性。 [0006] Several strategies have been used to reduce or eliminate the adhesive film. 降低粘连的一个策略涉及将抗粘连剂直接混合到薄膜组合物中。 One strategy to reduce blocking involves mixing the anti-blocking agent directly into the film composition. 一般来讲,可将抗粘连剂添加到聚合物中并共混以实现彻底混合。 In general, anti-blocking agents can be added to the polymer and blended to achieve thorough mixing. 通常,混合将在高温下发生,以便聚合物和抗粘连剂熔融并能够流动。 Typically, mixing will occur at a high temperature, so that the polymer and anti-blocking agent is melted and able to flow. 常见的抗粘连剂包括天然的和合成的二氧化硅、滑石和其它矿物、以及有机化合物。 Common anti-blocking agents include natural and synthetic silica, talc and other minerals, and organic compounds. 混合抗粘连剂的一个缺点是一些特性如拉伸强度可能会降低。 One disadvantage of mixing the anti-blocking agent is that some properties such as tensile strength may be reduced. 对于弹性体薄膜,抗粘连剂会对薄膜的力分布产生负面影响。 For elastomeric film, anti-blocking agent force will adversely affect the distribution of the film.

[0007] 降低粘连的另一个策略涉及将抗粘连剂直接涂敷到注塑聚合物膜上。 [0007] Another strategy involves reducing the adhesion of the anti-blocking agent is applied directly to the injection molded polymer film. 抗粘连剂如二氧化硅(天然的和合成的)、滑石和其它矿物通常以固体粉末或颗粒形式涂敷到薄膜表面上。 Anti-blocking agents such as silicon dioxide (natural and synthetic), talc, and other minerals are usually solid powder or particulate form is applied to the surface of the film. 然而,以商业速度传送的粉末涂敷到薄膜上可导致粉尘问题。 However, in order to speed the transfer of commercial powder coating to the film can lead to dust problems. 粉尘对于在附近工作的人员构成工业卫生与安全隐患。 Dust for personnel working in the vicinity of industrial hygiene and constitute a safety hazard. 粉尘也会污染生产线和下游组分。 Dust will contaminate the production line and downstream components. 出于性能考虑,颗粒状抗粘连剂会具有较差的耐研磨性。 For performance reasons, granular anti-blocking agents may have poor resistance to abrasive. 粉尘通过薄膜所显示的粘着度保持在聚合物膜表面上。 Dust adhesion of the film through the displayed maintained on the polymer film surface. 由于薄膜可显示比粘合特性更多的内聚性(即薄膜粘合到自身上而不是其它相异的材料上),因此粉尘会松散地粘合到薄膜上。 Since the film can show more than the cohesion adhesive properties (i.e., film not adhered to the other dissimilar material itself), thus dust is loosely adhered to the film. 可通过在生产线中的摩擦或摆动运动将粉尘从薄膜表面上去除。 By friction or swinging motion in the production line of the dust removed from the surface of the film. 因此,粉尘处理过的薄膜仍会显示粘连性。 Thus, the dust-treated film still displays adhesive.

[0008] 降低粘连的另一个策略涉及在聚合物膜上形成表皮层。 [0008] Another strategy involves reducing the adhesion of the polymer film to form the epidermis. 表皮层可作为防止易于粘连的聚合物自接触的物理屏障。 Epidermis can be used as a physical barrier to prevent adhesions easy-polymer self-exposure. 已知易于粘连的聚合物膜可同更耐粘连的聚合物薄表皮层共挤出,尤其是对于弹性体薄膜。 Known easy adhesion of the polymer film may be more resistant to adhesion with a thin polymer skin layer coextrusion, especially for elastomeric films. 作为挤压表皮的替代品,可使用低基重的材料如非织造材料。 As an alternative to pressing the epidermis, use of materials such as low basis weight nonwoven material. 该材料通常由一些粘合部件如粘合剂被层压为薄膜。 The material usually consists of a number of pressure-sensitive adhesive member such as an adhesive is laminated as a thin film. 两种类型的表皮层均具有缺点。 Both types of skin layers have drawbacks. 给定大宗卷薄膜可在其上粘连的大表面积,表皮层通常在薄膜的至少一个表面上是连续的。 Bulk rolls of film may be given in a large surface area on which the adhesion, the skin layer is usually at least one surface of the film is continuous. 因此,需要显著量的材料(例如,抗粘连聚合物或非织造材料)以防止薄膜粘连。 Therefore, a significant amount of material (e.g., anti-blocking polymer or nonwoven material) to prevent the film from blocking. 表皮涂敷需要附加的工序及复杂性。 Skin coating requires an additional step and complexity. 附加的材料和加工最终导致制造成本的增加。 Additional material and processing eventually leads to increase in manufacturing cost.

[0009] 为了解决以上所指出的问题,将希望研发出一种组合了抗粘连剂和易粘连的聚合物膜的方法,所述方法不需要共挤出或层压表皮层、混合抗粘连剂或粉末涂敷抗粘连剂。 [0009] In order to solve the problems pointed out above, will want to develop a combination of the method of anti-blocking agent and easy adhesion of the polymer film, the method does not require co-extruded or laminated skin layer, mixing the anti-blocking agent The powder coating or an anti-blocking agent. 此外,也希望抗粘连剂不会负面影响聚合物膜的性能。 In addition, I hope the anti-blocking agent does not adversely affect the performance of the polymer film. 也希望获得对于弹性体薄膜和非弹性体薄膜均适用的方法。 Also want to obtain for the non-elastomeric film and the elastomeric film are suitable method.

[0010] 发明概述 [0010] Summary of the Invention

[0011] 为了解决现有技术问题,本发明提供了一种形成抗粘连薄膜的方法,所述方法包括以下步骤:提供具有第一表面和第二表面的聚合物膜;将抗粘连剂以流体或熔融态涂敷到所述聚合物膜的至少第一表面上;以及聚集所述处理过的薄膜。 [0011] In order to solve the prior art problems, the present invention provides a method of forming anti-adhesion film, said method comprising the steps of: providing a polymeric film having a first surface and a second surface; the anti-blocking agent in a fluid on or in the molten state is applied to said at least a first surface of the polymeric film; and aggregating the processed film. 抗粘连剂可基本上不含丙烯酸类(acrylic)。 Anti-blocking agent may be substantially free of acrylic (acrylic).

[0012] 本发明也可提供包括聚合物膜的处理过的薄膜。 [0012] The present invention may also provide a treated film comprising a polymer film. 所述聚合物膜具有第一表面和第二表面以及设置在所述聚合物膜的至少第一表面上的抗粘连剂。 The polymeric film having a first surface and a second surface and disposed on at least a first surface of the polymer film of the anti-blocking agent. 当通过T-剥离测试测量时,处理过的薄膜可显示小于或等于20N/cm的平均T-剥离力。 When measured by the T- peel test, the treated film may appear smaller than or equal to 20N / cm, the average T- peel force. 抗粘连剂可基本上不含丙烯酸类。 Anti-blocking agent may be substantially free of an acrylic.

[0013] 本发明也可提供具有前腰区、后腰区以及位于前后腰区之间的裆区的尿布。 [0013] The present invention may also provide a front waist region, a back waist region of the diaper in the front and rear waist regions between the crotch region. 尿布包括液体可透过的顶片、至少部分地接合到顶片上的底片以及位于顶片和底片之间的吸收芯。 Diaper comprises a liquid pervious topsheet at least partially engaging the topsheet on the backsheet and an absorbent core located between the topsheet and the backsheet. 尿布也可包括元件,如一对侧片、一对腿箍、腰部组件(waist feature)、扣紧系统、或它们的组合。 The diaper may also include elements, such as a pair of side panels, a pair of leg cuffs, waist feature (waist feature), a fastening system, or combinations thereof. 所述元件包括处理过的薄膜。 Said element comprising the treated film. 处理过的薄膜包括具有第一表面和第二表面以及设置在所述聚合物膜的至少第一表面上的形成物(formation)的聚合物膜,所述形成物包括抗粘连剂。 The treated film comprises a polymer film having a first surface and a second surface and disposed on at least a first surface of the polymer film of material (formation) of said forming comprises an anti-blocking agent. 抗粘连剂可基本上不含丙烯酸类。 Anti-blocking agent may be substantially free of an acrylic. 当通过T-剥离测试测量时,处理过的薄膜可显示小于或等于20N/cm的平均T-剥离力。 When measured by the T- peel test, the treated film may appear smaller than or equal to 20N / cm, the average T- peel force.

[0014] 附图概述 [0014] BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE

[0015] 图1为本发明方法的一个实施方案的示意图。 [0015] Figure 1 is a schematic view of an embodiment of the inventive method.

[0016] 图加为本发明方法的一个实施方案的透视图。 [0016] FIG plus a perspective view of one embodiment of the present inventive method.

[0017] 图2b为本发明方法的一个可供选择的实施方案的透视图。 [0017] Figure 2b-oriented perspective view of an alternative embodiment of the inventive method.

[0018] 图3a至3f代表聚合物膜上的抗粘连剂形成物。 [0018] Figures 3a through 3f represents a polymer film anti-blocking agent formations.

[0019] 图如至4f为聚合物膜上的多种抗粘连剂形成物的扫描电子显微图(在IOOx放大倍数下获得)。 [0019] Figure 4f is as to a variety of polymeric film forming the anti-blocking agent was a scanning electron micrograph (magnification in IOOx obtained under).

[0020] 图5为处于基本平面状态的尿布的平面图。 [0020] FIG. 5 is a plan view in a substantially planar state of the diaper.

[0021] 图6a至6c为用于T-剥离测试的样本形成的视图。 [0021] Figures 6a to 6c is a view for T- peel test, the samples formed.

[0022] 图6d示出安装到张力检验器夹具上的一个样本如图6c中的样本。 [0022] Figure 6d shows a sample mounted on a jig of the tensile tester the sample shown in Figure 6c.

[0023] 发明详述 [0023] DETAILED DESCRIPTION

[0024] 本文所用术语“涂层”是指基底(例如聚合物膜)上的基本连续的材料(例如抗粘连剂)层。 [0024] As used herein, the term "coating" means a substantially continuous substrate material (e.g. a polymer film) (e.g., an anti-blocking agent) layer. 一般来讲,对于给定的基底表面,涂层通常将覆盖表面积的至少90%。 In general, for a given substrate surface, the coating typically will cover at least 90% of the surface area. [0025] 本文所用术语“可延展的”是指当经受外拉力时在至少一个尺度上延长或增大的材料。 [0025] As used herein the term "malleable" means that when subjected to external pulling force to extend or increase in at least one dimension of the material.

[0026] 本文所用术语“可拉伸的”或“弹性的”旨在可互换使用,并且是指可延展的且同时当外部拉力移除时基本回复至其原始尺寸的材料。 [0026] As used herein, the term "stretchable" or "elastic" is intended to be used interchangeably, and refer to extensible and simultaneously when the external pulling force is removed substantially restored to its original size material. 应当理解,当每个术语用于本文时,术语可拉伸的和弹性的包括术语可延展的。 It should be understood that when each term is used herein, the terms stretchable and elastic include the term extensible.

[0027] 本文所用术语“鳞片”是指基底(例如聚合物膜)上的材料(例如抗粘连剂)形成物的三维形状。 [0027] As used herein, the term "flake" refers to a material (e.g., an anti-blocking agent) a substrate (e.g. a polymer film) is formed on the three-dimensional shape thereof. 鳞片为基本平面结构,其中当沿着平面测量时,厚度通常在尺寸上小于鳞片的长度或宽度。 Scales as the basic planar structure, wherein as measured along a plane, the thickness of the flakes is typically less than the length or width in size. 然而,部分鳞片可延伸到平面外。 However, part of the scale may extend out of the plane. 鳞片的平面可为不规则形状。 Flat scales for irregular shapes.

[0028] 本文所用术语“聚集的”是指材料被构形成使得材料的至少第一部分与材料的第二部分面对面接触。 [0028] As used herein the term "aggregate" refers to a material being configured such that material is at least a first portion and a second portion of the material face to face contact. 第一部分和第二部分可为材料的同一表面上的区域。 The first and second portions may be on the same surface of the material of the region. 第一部分和第二部分可为材料的不同表面上的区域。 The first and second portions may be on a different area of the surface material. 第一部分和第二部分可为材料的离散片上的区域。 The first and second portions may be discrete pieces of material on the region. 第一部分和第二部分可相邻或不相邻。 The first portion and the second portion may be adjacent or not. 术语“聚集”是指将材料被置于“聚集的”构型中。 The term "aggregate" refers to the material to be placed in the "aggregated" configuration.

[0029] 本文所用术语“尿布”是指通常由婴儿或失禁者围绕下体穿着的吸收制品。 [0029] As used herein, the term "diaper" refers generally by infants or incontinent persons about the lower torso of the absorbent article. 术语“尿布”可包括围绕下体穿着的其它类似的吸收制品,包括套穿尿布或裤型尿布、训练裤、失禁贴身短内裤、失禁内衣、吸收插件、尿布固定器和衬里、妇女卫生内衣等。 The term "diaper" can include worn around the lower body to absorb other similar products, including pull-on diapers or pants diapers, training pants, incontinence briefs, incontinence undergarments, absorb plug, diaper holders and liners, feminine hygiene underwear.

[0030] 本文所用术语“粘连”是指某些聚合物膜可显示的自粘合特性。 [0030] As used herein, the term "blocking" refers to a self-adhesive properties of certain polymer films that can be displayed. 此外,在本发明中, 术语“粘连”通过参照如下所述的T-剥离测试定义。 Further, in the present invention, the term "blocking" by reference to the following T- peel test defined herein. 在T-剥离测试中,如果在除了两个处理过的薄膜(例如,图6d中的项61¾和612b)之间的界面之外的界面之间发生了分层,则认为该薄膜“已粘连”。 In the T- peel test, except if the interface between the two treated films (e.g., FIG. 6d items 61¾ and 612b) between the interface delamination occurs, it is considered that the film "has adhesion . " 如果样本“已粘连”,则没有峰值力和平均力的报告值。 If the sample "is blocking", there is no peak force and the average force reported value.

[0031] 在整个说明书中给出的每一范围将包括包含在该较宽范围内的所有较窄范围,即如同该较窄范围在本文被明确写明一样。 [0031] Every range given throughout this specification will include every narrower range that falls within such broader range, as if such narrower ranges were all expressly stated herein are the same.

[0032] 本发明涉及一种形成抗粘连薄膜的方法。 [0032] The present invention relates to a method of forming anti-adhesion film. 如从下文可了解,抗粘连薄膜可用多种工序和设备形成。 As can be understood from the following, available in a variety of anti-adhesion film formation processes and equipment. 所述方法通常包括提供聚合物膜、将抗粘连剂涂敷到聚合物膜上、以及聚集处理过的薄膜的步骤。 The method generally comprises providing a polymeric film, the anti-blocking agent is applied to step the polymer film, and gathering the treated film. 其它工序明确属于本发明的范围,并且某些示例性步骤在本文提供。 Other processes clearly within the scope of the present invention and certain exemplary steps provided herein. 尽管所述步骤可以所列出的顺序进行,但应当认识到本公开并不限于其中步骤被列出的顺序,而是包括可得到其上设置有抗粘连剂的受权利要求书保护的聚合物膜的任何顺序或任何数目的步骤。 Although the order of the steps may be listed, it is to be understood that the present disclosure is not limited to the order in which the steps are listed, but includes a book can be obtained on which a protective anti-blocking agent of the claimed polymer in any order or any number of steps of the membrane.

[0033] 图1示出具有几个任选工序的本发明方法10的一个实施方案。 [0033] Figure 1 illustrates an embodiment having several optional step 10 of the method of the present invention. 图加和2b显示其它合适的方法的实施方案的透视图。 Figure 2b shows a perspective view of plus and embodiments other suitable method. 图1和加至2b所示的方法各具有以下步骤:提供聚合物膜12 ;在涂敷工位20提供抗粘连剂30以形成处理过的薄膜34 ;以及在聚集工位40 聚集所述处理过的薄膜34。 2b and processing method shown in Figure 1 to each of the steps of: providing a polymeric film 12; in the coating station 20 provides an anti-blocking agent 30 to form a treated film 34; and the gathering station 40 aggregation processing over 34 films.

[0034] 聚合物膜12具有第一表面14和第二表面16。 [0034] The polymer film 12 having a first surface 14 and second surface 16. 薄膜12可以基本连续的方式提供, 其中该薄膜在所述方法的正常操作期间连续供给。 Film 12 may provide a substantially continuous manner, wherein the film is continuously supplied during the normal operation of the method. 薄膜12可通过任何薄膜传送机制传送。 Film 12 can be transmitted through any film transport mechanism. 在一些实施方案中,薄膜12可由在线形成来提供。 In some embodiments, the film 12 may be formed to provide online. 在这种实施方案中,方法10可具有任选的成膜工位,薄膜12可由该工位提供。 In such an embodiment, the method 10 may have an optional film forming station, the film 12 may be provided to the station. 用于形成聚合物膜的合适方法(包括多种挤出方法)被认为是本领域所熟知的。 Suitable methods for forming a polymer film (including a variety of extrusion processes) is considered to be well known in the art. 在其它实施方案中,薄膜12可由本领域已知的任何存储或摄取装置(如悬挂辊或卷绕辊)供给。 In other embodiments, the film 12 may be any known in the art store or pickup means (such as a suspension roller or take-up roll) is supplied. 由于聚合物膜在与自身接触时可显示粘连性,因此可希望任何存储装置被构形成能防止薄膜粘附到自身上。 Since the polymer film is in contact with the adhesive itself can be displayed, and therefore it may be desirable for any storage device being configured to be able to prevent the film from adhering to itself. 这可通过保持薄膜的物理分离来实现,或者如果薄膜与自身接触,可通过将薄膜与自身接触时的时间、温度或压力降低到最小来实现。 This is accomplished by maintaining the film to achieve physical separation, or if the film is in contact with itself, by the time the film is in contact with itself when the temperature or pressure is reduced to a minimum to achieve.

[0035] 在某些实施方案中,如图加所示,聚合物膜12可以不连续方式提供和处理,其中薄膜12作为一个或多个离散片供给。 [0035] In certain embodiments, as shown in FIG added, and provide treatment of the polymer film 12 may not be in a continuous manner, wherein the thin film 12 as one or more discrete pieces supplied. 例如,聚合物膜12可作为离散片提供,使得所述方法以零碎或间歇方式进行。 For example, the polymer film 12 may be provided as discrete pieces, such that the method piecemeal or intermittent manner. 本文所述的其它工序可与以连续或不连续方式供给的薄膜相关。 Other steps described herein can be used with a continuous or discontinuous manner fed film related.

[0036] 聚合物膜12可为本领域已知的任何热塑性聚合物。 [0036] The polymer film 12 may be any thermoplastic polymer known in the art. 在某些实施方案中,聚合物膜12包括弹性体聚合物。 In certain embodiments, the polymer film 12 comprising an elastomeric polymer. 合适的弹性体聚合物包括热塑性弹性体,其可为均聚物和共聚物形式,所述共聚物包括但不限于嵌段共聚物、无规共聚物、交替共聚物和接枝共聚物。 Suitable elastomeric polymers include thermoplastic elastomers, which can be in the form of homopolymers and copolymers, said copolymers include but are not limited to block copolymers, random copolymers, alternating copolymers, and graft copolymers. 聚合物膜12可包含按重量计约0. 01%至约100%的热塑性弹性体。 The polymer film 12 may comprise from about 0.01% to about 100% of a thermoplastic elastomer. 合适的热塑性弹性体可包括聚乙烯基芳烃、聚烯烃、茂金属催化的聚烯烃、聚酯、聚氨酯、聚醚酰胺、以及它们的组合。 Suitable thermoplastic elastomers may include polyvinyl aromatics, polyolefins, metallocene catalyzed polyolefins, polyesters, polyurethanes, polyether amides, and combinations thereof. 合适的聚合物膜12可包括乙烯基芳烃嵌段共聚物。 Suitable polymeric films 12 may include vinylarene block copolymers. 嵌段共聚物包括多种变体,如二嵌段、三嵌段、四嵌段或具有至少一个乙烯基芳烃嵌段的其它多嵌段共聚物。 Block copolymers include multiple variations, such as diblock, triblock, tetra-block or at least one other vinyl aromatic hydrocarbon block having a multi-block copolymer. 示例性乙烯基芳烃嵌段共聚物包括苯乙烯-丁二烯-苯乙烯、苯乙烯-异戊二烯-苯乙烯、苯乙烯-乙烯/ 丁烯-苯乙烯、苯乙烯-乙烯/丙烯-苯乙烯等。 Exemplary vinylarene block copolymers include styrene - butadiene - styrene, styrene - isoprene - styrene, styrene - ethylene / butylene - styrene, styrene - ethylene / propylene - benzene ethylene. 市售苯乙烯嵌段共聚物包括购自Kraton PolymerCorporation (Houston, TX)的KRATON ® ;购自Kuraray America, Inc. (NewYork, Commercially available styrenic block copolymers include commercially available from Kraton PolymerCorporation (Houston, TX) of KRATON ®; available from Kuraray America, Inc. (NewYork,

NY)的SEPTON ® 和购自Dexco Chemical Company (Houston, TX)的VECTOR®。 NY) The SEPTON ® and VECTOR® purchased from Dexco Chemical Company (Houston, TX) in. 市售茂金 Commercially available metallocene

属催化的聚烯烃包括购自Exxon ChemicalCompany (Baytown, TX)的EXXPOL ®、EXACT ® -Catalyzed polyolefins include commercially available from Exxon ChemicalCompany (Baytown, TX) of EXXPOL ®, EXACT ®

和Vistamaxx® ;购自DowChemical Company (Midland, MI)的AFFINITY ® 和ENGAGE ®。 And Vistamaxx®; purchased from DowChemical Company (Midland, MI) of AFFINITY ® and ENGAGE ®.

市售聚氨酯包括购自Noveon,Inc. (Cleveland, OH)的ESTANE ®。 Commercially available polyurethanes include commercially available from Noveon, Inc. (Cleveland, OH) in ESTANE ®. 市售聚醚酰胺包括购自 Polyether amides include commercially available from

Atofina Chemicals(Philadelphia, PA) 的PEBAX ®。 Atofina Chemicals (Philadelphia, PA) of PEBAX ®. 市售聚酯包括购自Ε. I. DuPont de Purchased from commercial polyester includes Ε. I. DuPont de

Nemours Co. (Wilmington,DE)的HYTREL®。 Nemours Co. (Wilmington, DE) of HYTREL®. 聚合物膜12也可包含多种添加剂,包括粘度 The polymer film 12 may also contain a variety of additives, including viscosity

调节剂、加工助剂、着色剂、填充剂、稳定剂、抗氧化剂和/或抑菌剂。 Adjusting agents, processing aids, colorants, fillers, stabilizers, antioxidants and / or bacteriostatic agents. 这些添加剂为本领域所熟知,并且可占聚合物膜总重量的约0.01%至约60%。 These additives are known in the art, and may comprise from about 0.01% to about 60% of the total weight of the polymer film. 在某些实施方案中,组合物包含按重量计约0. 01%至约25%,或可供选择地按重量计约0. 01%至约10%的添加剂。 In certain embodiments, the composition comprises, by weight, from about 0.01% to about 25%, by weight, or alternatively from about 0.01% to about 10% of an additive.

[0037] 聚合物膜12可传送至涂敷工位20。 [0037] The polymer film 12 can be transferred to the coating station 20. 涂敷工位20负责将抗粘连剂30涂敷到聚合物膜12上以形成处理过的薄膜34。 Coating station 20 is responsible for the anti-blocking agent 30 is applied to the polymer film 12 to form a treated film 34. 工位20可包括涂敷器装置22。 Station 20 may comprise applicator device 22. 涂敷器22可存储、加工、混合、加热和/或分配抗粘连剂30。 The applicator 22 may store, process, mix, heat, and / or distribution of anti-blocking agent 30.

[0038] 抗粘连剂30可以熔融态、流体态或固态涂敷到聚合物膜12上。 [0038] anti-blocking agent 30 may be in the molten state, fluid state or solid state is applied to the polymer film 12. 在某些实施方案中,涂敷器22可被加热,使得抗粘连剂30能够流动并被涂敷器22传送和递送。 In certain embodiments, the applicator 22 may be heated, such that the anti-blocking agent 30 is able to flow by the transmission and delivery of the applicator 22. 然而,也可采用除了涂敷器22之外的加热元件。 However, the applicator 22 may be used in addition to the heating element. 当熔融或软化的抗粘连剂30沉积到聚合物膜12上时,抗粘连剂30可作为热质,从而加热沉积的抗粘连剂30附近的聚合物膜12。 As the molten or softened anti-blocking agent 30 deposited on the polymer film 12, the anti-blocking agent 30 may be used as the thermal mass, thereby heating the anti-blocking agent 30 deposited near the polymer film 12. 聚合物膜12可被加热至其软化点或熔点。 The polymer film 12 may be heated to its softening or melting point. 熔融或软化的抗粘连剂30与熔融或软化的聚合物膜12之间的交互作用可导致冷却和凝固时膜12与抗粘连剂30的熔合。 The interaction between the anti-blocking agent 12 30 with the molten or softened polymeric film molten or softened film 12 can result in fusion with the anti-blocking agent 30 upon cooling and solidification. 这种熔合对于生产处理过的薄膜34可以是有益的,其中其上的抗粘连剂30耐研磨和耐擦除。 Such fusion for the production of the treated film 34 may be beneficial, wherein the abrasive anti-blocking agent 30 thereon is resistant and resistant to erasure.

[0039] 在一些情况下,聚合物膜12可显示粘合性或选择性的粘合力。 [0039] In some cases, the polymer film 12 may display an adhesive or selective adhesive force. 在这些情况下,抗粘连剂30可通过薄膜12的粘合性或选择性的粘合力保持到聚合物膜12上。 In these cases, an anti-blocking agent 30 can be maintained to the polymer film 12 through the adhesive film 12 or the selective adhesion.

[0040] 在某些实施方案中,聚合物膜12通过在线形成(例如通过冲模挤出)而以连续方式提供。 [0040] In certain embodiments, the polymer film 12 is formed (e.g. extrusion through a die) to provide a continuous manner by online. 涂敷抗粘连剂30的步骤可与薄膜12的形成同时进行(例如,抗粘连剂30在其离开挤出机模时涂敷到聚合物膜12上)或者在薄膜12形成后的某一时刻进行。 The step of applying an anti-blocking agent 30 may be performed simultaneously with the formation of film 12 (e.g., an anti-blocking agent 30 at the time of its leaving the extruder die is applied to the polymer film 12) or after film 12 is formed of a time get on. 抗粘连剂30 的涂敷与薄膜12的形成同时或基本同时进行可提供抗粘连剂30对于薄膜12的更好的粘着性。 Forming a coating with a thin film 30 of anti-blocking agent 12 may simultaneously or substantially simultaneously providing an anti-blocking agent 30 for better adhesion film 12. 据信如果在涂敷熔融或软化的抗粘连剂30时薄膜12处于或稍微低于其熔融或软化温度,则薄膜12与抗粘连剂30倾向于增加分子扩散。 It is believed that if the coating of molten or softened anti-blocking agent 30 when the film 12 is at or slightly below its melting or softening temperature, the diffusion film 12 and the anti-blocking agent 30 tends to increase the molecule. 这可导致增加抗粘连剂30对于聚合物膜12的粘着性。 This can lead to increased anti-blocking agent 30 for adhesion of the polymer film 12.

[0041] 合适的涂敷器22能够计量涂敷到聚合物膜12上的抗粘连剂30的量。 [0041] Suitable coating applicator 22 can be measured in the amount of anti-blocking agent 30 to 12 on the polymer film. 涂敷器22 可计量抗粘连剂30的量以提供具有某一指定基重(即,每面积聚合物膜12上的抗粘连剂30的某一质量)的处理过的薄膜34。 Applicator 22 may metered amount of an anti-blocking agent 30 to provide having a specified basis weight (i.e., per area of polymeric film 12 on the anti-blocking agent 30 is a mass) of the treated film 34. 在合适的实施方案中,涂敷器22可涂敷抗粘连剂30 以便得到不超过约20g/m2的基重。 In a suitable embodiment, the applicator 22 may be coated with an anti-blocking agent 30 so as to obtain no more than about 20g / m2 basis weight. 可供选择地,涂敷器22可涂敷抗粘连剂30以便得到不超过约15g/m2、10g/m2、7. 5g/m2、5. Og/m2或2. 5g/m2的基重。 Alternatively, the applicator 22 may be coated with an anti-blocking agent 30 so as to obtain no more than about 15g / m2,10g / m2,7. 5g / m2,5. Og / m2 or 2. 5g / m2 basis weight. 然而,涂敷器22可涂敷抗粘连剂30以便得到超过20g/m2的基重。 However, the applicator 22 may be coated with an anti-blocking agent 30 so as to obtain more than 20g / m2 basis weight.

[0042] 在某些实施方案中,抗粘连剂30能够以在熔融的抗粘连剂30沉积并铺展在聚合物膜12上时可形成涂层的量涂敷。 [0042] In certain embodiments, the anti-blocking agent 30 to 30 can be deposited and spread on the amount of the polymer film 12 may be formed when the coating is applied in the molten anti-blocking agent. 在其它实施方案中,可希望减少涂敷到聚合物膜12上的抗粘连剂30的量。 In other embodiments, it may be desirable to reduce the amount of the polymer film 12 is applied to the anti-blocking agent 30. 在这种情况下,可希望涂敷器22以防止形成涂层的方式将抗粘连剂30涂敷到聚合物膜12上。 In this case, it may be desirable to prevent the applicator 22 is formed coating the anti-blocking agent 30 applied to the polymer film 12. 例如,可涂敷抗粘连剂30使得其不会覆盖超过抗粘连剂30所涂敷的聚合物膜12的表面积的90%。 For example, an anti-blocking agent may be applied such that it does not cover more than 30 anti-blocking agent 30 coated polymer film 12 is 90% of the surface area. 在其它实施方案中,抗粘连剂30可覆盖小于聚合物膜12的表面积的75% ;可供选择地,小于聚合物膜12的表面积的60% ;可供选择地,小于聚合物膜12的表面积的50% ;可供选择地,小于聚合物膜12的表面积的40% ;可供选择地, 小于聚合物膜12的表面积的30%;可供选择地,小于聚合物膜12的表面积的20%;可供选择地,小于聚合物膜12的表面积的10%;或者可供选择地,小于聚合物膜12表面积的5%。 In other embodiments, the anti-blocking agent 30 may cover less than 75% of the surface area of the polymer film 12; alternatively, less than 60% of the surface area of the polymer film 12; alternatively, the polymer film 12 is less than 50% of the surface area; alternatively, less than the surface area of the polymer film 12 is 40%; alternatively, less than 30% of the surface area of the polymer film 12; alternatively, less than the surface area of the polymer film 12 of the 20%; alternatively, less than 10% of the surface area of the polymer film 12; or, alternatively, less than 5% of the surface area of the polymer film 12.

[0043] 多种涂敷器22可用于本发明来将抗粘连剂30递送到聚合物膜12上。 [0043] a variety of applicators 22 may be used in the present invention, the anti-blocking agent 30 is delivered to the polymer film 12. 凹版辊、逆转辊、刮刀涂布辊、计量杆、槽式挤出机、浸浴、幕式涂布机、喷雾涂敷器(包括气动式喷涂器、无空气喷涂器、空气辅助的无空气喷涂器和高体积/低压喷涂器)、挤出机、共挤出机和气刀涂布机为合适涂敷器的实例。 A gravure roll, reverse roll, knife coating roll, metering rod, slot extruders, bath, curtain coater, a spray applicator (including pneumatic sprayers, airless spray, air-assisted airless spraying and high-volume / low pressure spray device), extruders, co-extruders and air knife coater applicator for appropriate examples.

[0044] 图1示出具有含外表面25的辊M的涂敷器22。 [0044] Figure 1 shows an applicator comprising an outer surface having a M 25 of the roller 22. 抗粘连剂30可涂敷到辊M的外表面25上。 25. The anti-blocking agent 30 may be applied to the outer surface of the roll M. 辊M旋转并将抗粘连剂30的至少一部分转移到薄膜12上。 M is transferred to the rotating roller 30 and the anti-blocking agent, at least a portion of the film 12. 可利用刮粉刀26来计量从辊M转移到薄膜12上的抗粘连剂30的量。 Doctor blade 26 can be used to measure M is transferred from the roller to the amount of the anti-blocking agent 12 on the film 30.

[0045] 图加显示了作为喷涂器27的涂敷器22。 [0045] As shown in FIG added applicator 27. Applicator 22. 抗粘连剂30以细雾形式由喷涂器27分配并设置在聚合物膜12上。 An anti-blocking agent 30 in the form of a fine mist 27 is provided on the distribution and the polymer film 12 by the applicator. 常规的喷雾涂敷器可利用加压气体(典型为空气)流来雾化抗粘连剂30的流体或熔融流。 Conventional spray applicators may use pressurized gas (typically air) stream to atomize the anti-blocking agent in a fluid or molten stream 30. 另一种合适的喷雾涂敷器为无空气喷雾涂敷器。 Another suitable spray applicator for airless spray applicator. 取代利用加压气体来雾化抗粘连剂30,也可向抗粘连剂30施加液压。 Substituted utilize pressurized gas to atomize the anti-blocking agent 30, hydraulic pressure may be applied to the anti-blocking agent 30. 适用的其它喷雾涂敷器变体包括空气辅助的无空气喷雾和高体积/低压喷雾。 Other suitable spray applicator variants include air-assisted airless spray and high volume / low pressure spray.

[0046] 图2b描绘了作为槽式涂布机观的涂敷器22。 [0046] Figure 2b depicts the concept as a slot coater applicator 22. 槽式涂布机观将抗粘连剂30的流股四以连续或不连续的方式分配到聚合物膜12上。 Concept stream slot coater 30 of the four anti-blocking agent in a continuous or discontinuous manner assigned to the polymer film 12.

[0047] 在某些实施方案中,涂敷器22能够雾化抗粘连剂30。 [0047] In certain embodiments, the applicator 22 can be atomized anti-blocking agent 30. 在某些实施方案中,涂敷器22能够雾化抗粘连剂30以产生具有不大于约1000 μ m平均粒度的薄雾。 In certain embodiments, the applicator 22 can be atomized anti-blocking agent 30 to produce a mist having no greater than about 1000 μ m average particle size. 可供选择地,平均粒度可以不大于约750 μ m、500 μ m、250 μ m或100 μ m。 Alternatively, the average particle size may be no greater than about 750 μ m, 500 μ m, 250 μ m or 100 μ m.

[0048] 如图1和加至2b所示,抗粘连剂30可涂敷到聚合物膜12的第一表面14上。 [0048] Figure 1 and processing to 2b, the anti-blocking agent 30 may be applied to the polymeric film 14 on the first surface 12. 在某些实施方案中,抗粘连剂30可供选择地涂敷到聚合物膜12的第二表面16上。 In certain embodiments, the anti-blocking agent 30 alternatively applied to the second surface 16 of polymer film 12.

[0049] 涂敷器22能够以在聚合物膜12上产生多种形成物的方式涂敷抗粘连剂30。 [0049] The applicator 22 can be formed to produce a variety of polymer film material on the way of applying an anti-blocking agent 12 30. 图3a至3f显示了由抗粘连剂30涂敷到薄膜12上所产生的多种抗粘连剂30的形成物。 Figures 3a to 3f show the anti-blocking agent 30 is applied to the film 12 produced by a variety of anti-blocking agent 30 formations. 合适的形成物包括但不限于离散小滴(图3a)、连续和不连续的条纹或条带(图3b)、基本上连续的层(以剖面图示于图3c中)、可间隔开的离散鳞片(图3d)、可紧紧堆积或接触的离散鳞片(图;^)、以及连续或不连续的网(图3f)。 Suitable formations include, but are not limited to, discrete droplets (Fig. 3a), continuous and discontinuous stripes or bands (Fig. 3b), a substantially continuous layer (shown in section in FIG. 3c), may be spaced apart discrete flakes (Figure 3d), or the contact may be tightly stacked discrete scales (Fig.; ^), and a continuous or discontinuous network (Fig. 3f).

[0050] 在某些实施方案中,抗粘连剂30可在聚合物膜12上形成离散小滴。 [0050] In certain embodiments, the anti-blocking agent 30 may form discrete droplets on the polymeric film 12. 尽管形状不受限制,但小滴通常形成三维形状,该形状为基本或部分球形、基本或部分半球形,或者其被相对平面或相对圆面限定。 Although the shape is not limited, but the droplets generally form a three dimensional shape that is substantially or partially spherical, substantially or partially hemispherical, or that is relatively flat or relatively round face defined. 小滴可部分接合或者可彼此接触。 Droplets can be partially engaged or may contact each other. 一些小滴可形成附聚物结构。 Some droplets may form agglomerates structure. 该附聚物结构可为离散的或者可连续地覆盖薄膜12。 The agglomerate structure may be discrete or may continuously cover film 12. 一般来讲,形成附聚物结构的单个小滴将保持可辨别的三维形状。 In general, the formation of agglomerates of individual droplets structure will maintain a discernable three-dimensional shape. 小滴可具有小于约1000 μ m的大致粒度。 Droplets may have less than about 1000 μ m particle size substantially. 可供选择地, 小滴可具有小于约750 μ m、500 μ m、250 μ m或100 μ m的大致粒度。 Alternatively, the droplets may have less than about 750 μ m, particle size approximately 500 μ m, 250 μ m or 100 μ m in.

[0051] 图如至4€为显示聚合物膜上示例性形成物的来自扫描电子显微镜的图像。 [0051] FIG. 4 € as to display an exemplary formed polymeric film material from the scanning electron microscope images. 图如至4f在IOOx放大倍数下获得。 Figure 4f as to get under IOOx magnification. 每个图像印有一系列点的比例和单位为微米的数值。 Each image is printed with a series of points and the proportion of units of the value m. 点之间的距离代表所列举的距离值。 Distance between the representative point of the recited values. 图如为处于松弛状态的弹性体薄膜上的相变溶剂。 FIG elastomeric film such as a phase in a relaxed state of the variable on the solvent. 处理过的薄膜已经依照以下对于实施例2所提供的说明制备。 The treated film has been prepared in accordance with the following description provided for Example 2. 图4b为薄膜已拉伸至300%应变并松弛之后的实施例2中的处理过的薄膜。 Figure 4b is a film stretched 2-treated film in Example 300 percent strain and subsequent relaxation. 图如示出处于松弛状态的弹性体薄膜上的蜡; 处理过的薄膜已经依照以下对于实施例1所提供的说明进行制备。 As shown in FIG wax in a relaxed state of the elastomeric film; and the treated film has been prepared according to the following description of embodiments provided by 1. 图4d为薄膜已拉伸至300%应变并松弛之后的实施例1中的处理过的薄膜。 Figure 4d is the treated film has been stretched film as in Example 1 to 300 percent strain and subsequent relaxation.

[0052] 在某些实施方案中,抗粘连剂30可在聚合物膜12的表面上形成涂层,如图3c的剖面图所示。 [0052] In certain embodiments, the anti-blocking agent 30 may form a coating on the surface of the polymer film 12, a sectional view is shown in Figure 3c. 涂层可为基本连续的。 Coating may be substantially continuous. 图4e为处于松弛状态的弹性体薄膜上的基本连续的蜡层;处理过的薄膜已经依照以下对于实施例3所提供的说明制备。 Figure 4e is a substantially continuous layer of wax in a relaxed state of the elastomeric film; film has been treated in accordance with the following description provided in Preparation Example 3 For embodiment. 然而,在一些实施方案中,涂层可在所述涂层中显示裂缝或裂纹。 However, in some embodiments, the coating may show cracks or cracks in the coating. 涂层可在聚合物膜12上保持相对恒定的厚度。 The coating may maintain a relatively constant thickness on the polymer film 12. 在其它实施方案中,涂层厚度可在聚合物膜上改变,并且可包括未被抗粘连剂30覆盖的区域。 In other embodiments, the coating thickness may be changed in the polymer film, and may include an anti-blocking agent 30 is not covered by the region.

[0053] 在某些实施方案中,抗粘连剂30在聚合物膜12上形成鳞片,如图3d至!Be所示。 [0053] In certain embodiments, the anti-blocking agent 30 is formed on the polymer film flakes 12, as shown in Figure 3d to! FIG Be. 鳞片可基本不连续,其中单个鳞片不会跨越聚合物膜12表面的至少一个维度(即,单个鳞片不会跨越薄膜的宽度和/或长度)。 Scales may be substantially discontinuous, wherein the at least one dimension of individual flakes do not cross the surface of the polymer film 12 (i.e., a single scale does not span the width and / or length of the film). 在图3d中,抗粘连剂30的鳞片可间隔开,其中在单个鳞片之间有很少接触或没有接触。 In Figure 3d, the scales of anti-blocking agent 30 may be spaced apart, wherein between the individual flakes have little contact or no contact. 在图3e中,抗粘连剂30的鳞片显示为更紧密堆积的构型,其中鳞片可彼此接触并可彼此交叠。 In Figure 3e, the scales of anti-blocking agent 30 is shown as more tightly packed configuration, wherein the scales may be in contact with each other and overlap each other. 鳞片形成物据信如下产生:抗粘连剂30在聚合物膜12上形成涂层,随后处理过的薄膜34经受应变。 It is believed that the formation of scales were generated as follows: anti-blocking agent 30 forms a coating on the polymer film 12, and then the treated film 34 is subjected to strain. 据信拉紧处理过的薄膜34在涂层上产生裂缝,从而形成鳞片。 It is believed that the treated film 34 tension cracks in the coating layer, thereby forming the scales. 图4f显示在处于松弛状态的弹性体薄膜上的蜡鳞片形成物。 Figure 4f shows the elastomeric film in a relaxed state of the wax scale formations. 依照以下实施例3所提供的说明制备处理过的薄膜并拉伸至300%应变,然后放松。 In accordance with the instructions provided in Example 3 Preparation of the treated film following examples and stretched to 300% strain, then relax. 如由图4f所理解,尽管单个鳞片通常为平面的,但是鳞片可弯曲到平面外并且可与其它鳞片交叠。 As will be appreciated from Fig. 4f, although individual scales generally planar, but the scales may be bent to the plane and can overlap other scales.

[0054] 抗粘连剂30可包括任何数量的市售抗粘连材料。 [0054] The anti-blocking agent 30 may include any number of commercially available antiblocking materials. 在某些实施方案中,抗粘连剂30基本包括抗粘连材料。 In certain embodiments, the anti-blocking agent 30 substantially comprises an anti-adhesion material. 抗粘连剂30可包括按重量计至少约30%的抗粘连材料。 Anti-blocking agent 30 may comprise, by weight of at least about 30% of an anti-blocking material. 在其它实施方案中,抗粘连剂可包括至少约40 %、50 %、60 %、70 %、80 %、90 %或95 %重量的抗粘连材料。 In other embodiments, the anti-blocking agent can comprise at least about 40%, 50%, 60%, 70%, 80%, 90% or 95% by weight of anti-adhesion material. 应当认识到,极少量的添加剂如稳定剂、着色剂、抗氧化剂等可存在于抗粘连剂30 中。 It should be appreciated, a very small amount of additives such as stabilizers, colorants, antioxidants and the like may be present in an anti-blocking agent (30). 然而,这些添加剂未达到影响抗粘连剂30的抗粘连特性的量。 However, these additives influence the amount of anti-blocking agent 30 does not reach the anti-blocking properties. 抗粘连材料可为分散体、溶液或载体(例如水、含水溶剂、有机溶剂等)中的胶态混合物。 Anti-blocking material may be a dispersion, solution or vehicle (e.g. water, aqueous solvent, organic solvent, etc.) colloidal mixture. 在其它实施方案中,抗粘连剂20基本上不含载体。 In other embodiments, the anti-blocking agent 20 is substantially free of a carrier. 合适的抗粘连材料包括相变溶剂;包括均聚物和共聚物蜡的合成蜡;包括动物基蜡、植物基蜡、矿物基蜡和石油基蜡的天然蜡;以及它们的组合。 Suitable anti-blocking materials include phase change solvents; synthetic waxes including homopolymer and copolymer waxes; include animal-based waxes, vegetable based waxes, mineral based waxes and petroleum-based waxes natural waxes; and combinations thereof.

[0055] 抗粘连剂30可包括一种或多种相变溶剂。 [0055] The anti-blocking agent 30 may include one or more phase change solvents. 相变溶剂可为具有一个或多个低相变温度的低分子量树脂或低聚物。 Phase change solvent may have one or more low phase change temperature low molecular weight resin or oligomer. 相变溶剂可具有至少一个在40°C至250°C范围内的相变温度。 Phase change solvents may have at least one phase transition temperature within 40 ° C to 250 ° C range. 其它合适的相变溶剂可具有50°C至180°C,或者可供选择地60°C至150°C的相变温度。 Other suitable solvent phase change can have 50 ° C to 180 ° C, or alternatively 60 ° C to 150 ° C phase transition temperature. 相变可为晶态转变、玻璃态转变、液晶转变或它们的组合。 Phase transition can be a crystalline transition, glass transition, the liquid crystal transition or a combination thereof. 合适的相变溶剂可具有一个以上的相变。 Suitable phase change solvents may have more than one phase change. 在某些实施方案中,相变溶剂含量按重量百分比计可在抗粘连剂30的约5%至约100%之间。 In certain embodiments, the solvent content of the phase change between the percentage by weight of anti-blocking agent may be from about 5% to about 100% of 30. 在其它合适的实施方案中,抗粘连剂30基本由一种或多种相变溶剂组成。 In other suitable embodiments, the anti-blocking agent 30 consists essentially of one or more phase-change solvent.

[0056] 相变溶剂可具有一种或多种以下结构: [0056] The phase change solvent may have one or more of the following structures:

[0057] (I)R' -Py-(Q-Px)n^1-Q-Py-R [0057] (I) R '-Py- (Q-Px) n ^ 1-Q-Py-R

[0058] (II)R' Py-(Q-Px)nR [0058] (II) R 'Py- (Q-Px) nR

[0059] (III)R' -(Q-Px)nR [0059] (III) R '- (Q-Px) nR

[0060] (IV-a)R' “ (Q-Px)^1-Q-Py-R [0060] (IV-a) R '"(Q-Px) ^ 1-Q-Py-R

[0061] (IV-b)R' -(Q-Px) n-!-QR [0061] (IV-b) R '- (Q-Px) n -! - QR

[0062] (V)R' -Py-(WR〃 )n_rff-Py-R [0062] (V) R '-Py- (WR〃) n_rff-Py-R

[0063] (VI)R' -Py-(WR〃)n_R [0063] (VI) R '-Py- (WR〃) n_R

[0064] (VII)R' -(WR" )^1-W-Py-R [0064] (VII) R '- (WR ") ^ 1-W-Py-R

[0065] (VIII)R' -Py-(WR〃 -ff' -R Ji) )^1-W-Py-R [0065] (VIII) R '-Py- (WR〃 -ff' -R Ji)) ^ 1-W-Py-R

[0066] (IX)R' -Py-(ff-R" -W' -R Jii )n_R [0066] (IX) R '-Py- (ff-R "-W' -R Jii) n_R

[0067] (X)R' -(WR" -W' -R Jii )n_rff-Py-R [0067] (X) R '- (WR "-W' -R Jii) n_rff-Py-R

[0068] 对于化学式(I)至(IV-b),Q是取代的或未取代的双官能芳族部分。 [0068] For the chemical formula (I) to (IV-b), Q is a substituted or unsubstituted difunctional aromatic moiety. 示例的Q基团是对苯二甲酸、萘二甲酸、苯酚、苯基或联苯、或它们的混合物。 Examples of Q groups are terephthalic acid, naphthalene dicarboxylic acid, phenol, phenyl or biphenyl, or mixtures thereof. P可为CH25I^PR'可相同或不同,并且独立地选自由下列基团组成的组:H、CH3> COOH, CONHR1, CONR1R2, NHR3> NR3R4> 羟基和C1-C30烷氧基;其中礼、1?2、1?3和R4独立地为H或直链或支链的C1-C30烷基;χ为1 至30的整数;y为1至30的整数;并且η为1至7的整数。 P for CH25I ^ PR 'can be the same or different and are independently selected from the group consisting of the group: H, CH3> COOH, CONHR1, CONR1R2, NHR3> NR3R4> hydroxy and C1-C30 alkoxy; which ceremony, ?? 1 2, 1 3 and R4 are independently H or a linear or branched C1-C30 alkyl; χ is an integer from 1 to 30; y is an integer from 1 to 30; and η is an integer from 1 to 7 . Q可以在芳环上被一个或多个取代基取代,这些取代基选自由下列基团组成的组:H、C1-C30烷基、C00H、CONHR5, CONR5R6, NHR7, NR7Ii8、羟基、C1-C30烷氧基、SO3H和卤素;其中R5、R6> R7和&独立地为H或直链或支链的C1-C30烷基。 Q may be substituted with one or more substituents on the aromatic ring, the substituents selected from the group consisting of the group: H, C1-C30 alkyl, C00H, CONHR5, CONR5R6, NHR7, NR7Ii8, hydroxy, C1-C30 alkoxy, SO3H, and halogen; wherein R5, R6> R7 and & independently H or a linear or branched C1-C30 alkyl.

[0069] 具有化学式(III)的溶剂的实例为: [0069] Examples of the solvent having the formula (III) is as follows:

[0070] [0070]

Figure CN101166780BD00091

[0073] 对于化学式(V)至(VII),W选自由下列基团组成的组:_C( = 0)-0-, -QC(=[0072] [0073] For the chemical formula (V) to (VII), W is selected from the group consisting of the following groups: _C (= 0) -0-, -QC (= [0072]

Figure CN101166780BD00092

[0071] 具有化学式(I)的溶剂的实例如下O)-, -OC( = 0)-0-、-C( = 0)-NH-、-NH-C( = 0)-、酰亚胺、_0_、-NR9-C(= 0) -0-和-NR9-C ( = 0) -NRici-,其中&和Rltl独立地为H或直链或支链的C1-C30烷基;P为CH2 ;R和R'可相同或不同,并且可独立地选自由下列基团组成的组:H、CH3> C00H、CONHR1, CONR1R2, NHR3> NR3R4、羟基、C1-C30烷氧基;其中礼、R2> R3和R4独立地为H或直链或支链的C1-C30烷基;R"为直链或支链的C1-C30烷基;y为0至30,优选1至30的整数;并且n为1至7的整数。具有化学式(V)的溶剂实施例如下: [0071] The solvent having the formula (I) of the examples are as follows O) -, -OC (= 0) -0 -, - C (= 0) -NH -, - NH-C (= 0) -, imide , _0 _, - NR9-C (= 0) -0- and -NR9-C (= 0) -NRici-, and wherein & Rltl independently H or a linear or branched C1-C30 alkyl group; P is CH2; R and R 'may be the same or different and are independently selected from the group consisting of the following groups: H, CH3> C00H, CONHR1, CONR1R2, NHR3> NR3R4, hydroxy, C1-C30 alkoxy; which ceremony, R2> R3 and R4 are independently H or a linear or branched C1-C30 alkyl group; R "is a linear or branched C1-C30 alkyl; y is 0 to 30, preferably an integer of 1 to 30; ., and n is an integer of 1-7 with the solvent embodiment of formula (V) are as follows:

[0074] [0074]

Figure CN101166780BD00101

[0079] 对于化学式(VIII)至(X),W和W'独立地选自由下列基团组成的组:_C(= 0) -O",-OC ( = 0)-、-0-C( = 0) -O",-C ( = 0)-NH-、-NH-C ( = 0) _、酰亚胺、-0_、-NI?9-C (= 0)-0-、-OC( = 0)-NR9-、-NR9-C( = 0)-NR10-和-NR10-C( = 0)-NR9-;其中当W 与W'相同时,R"与R川不相同;并且其中&和Rltl独立地为H或直链或支链的C1-C30烷基;P为CH2 ;R和R'可相同或不同,并且可独立地选自由下列基团组成的组:H、CH3> C00H、CONHR1, CONR1IVNffi^NR3I^4、羟基和C1-C30烷氧基;其中R1A2A3和&独立地为H或直链或支链的C1-C30烷基;R"和R州独立地为直链或支链的C1-C30烷基;y为O至30,优选1至30的整数;并且n为1至7的整数。 [0079] For the chemical formula (VIII) to (X), W and W 'are independently selected from the group consisting of the following group consisting of: _C (= 0) -O ", - OC (= 0) -, - 0-C ( = 0) -O ", - C (= 0) -NH -, - NH-C (= 0) _, imide, -0 _, -? NI 9-C (= 0) -0 -, - OC (= 0) -NR9 -, - NR9-C (= 0) -NR10- and -NR10-C (= 0) -NR9-; wherein when W and W 'are the same, R "and R Chuan different; and and wherein & Rltl independently H or a linear or branched C1-C30 alkyl group; P is CH2; R and R 'may be the same or different and may be independently selected from the group consisting of the group: H, CH3 > C00H, CONHR1, CONR1IVNffi ^ NR3I ^ 4, hydroxy, and C1-C30 alkoxy; wherein R1A2A3 and & independently H or a linear or branched C1-C30 alkyl group; R "and R are independently a straight state chain or branched C1-C30 alkyl; y is to 30, preferably an integer of 30 to the O 1; and n is an integer of 1 to 7. 本发明人也设想具有化学式(I)至(X)的任何上述溶剂与热塑性聚合物共混的混合物。 The present invention is also contemplated mixtures of any of the above solvents having the formula (I) to (X) is blended with the thermoplastic polymer. 具有化学式(VIII)的溶剂实例如下,其中X'为1至30的整数。 Examples of the solvent having the chemical formula (VIII) below, wherein X 'is an integer of 1-30.

[0080] [0080]

Figure CN101166780BD00102

[0081] 本发明的相变溶剂可具有约150至约5000,约500至约3000,或者约800至约2500的数均分子量。 [0081] The phase change solvents of the present invention may have from about 150 to about 5,000, from about 500 to about 3,000, or from about 800 to about 2500 number average molecular weight. 然而,如果需要较高的相变温度,则可利用较高分子量的相变溶剂。 However, if a higher phase transition temperature, may make use of the higher molecular weight phase change solvent. 有关相变溶剂的附加说明公开于题为''NovelPhase Change Solvents"的美国专利申请公布US2004/0021130A1 中。 Related to the phase change solvent annotated disclosed entitled '' NovelPhase Change Solvents "in the United States Patent Application Publication US2004 / 0021130A1 in.

[0082] 抗粘连剂30可包含一种或多种合成蜡和/或天然蜡。 [0082] anti-blocking agent 30 may comprise one or more synthetic wax and / or natural wax. 在某些实施方案中,蜡的含量按重量百分比计可占抗粘连剂30的约5%至约100%。 In certain embodiments, the wax content by weight percent can be from about 5% to about 100% of the 30 anti-blocking agent. 在某些实施方案中,蜡的含量按重量百分比计可占抗粘连剂30的至少50 %、60 %、70 %、80 %、90 %或95 %。 In certain embodiments, the wax content in percent by weight may be at least 50% of the anti-blocking agent 30, 60%, 70%, 80%, 90% or 95%. 在其它合适的实施方案中,抗粘连剂基本由一种或多种蜡组成。 In other suitable embodiments, the anti-blocking agent consists essentially of one or more waxes.

[0083] 合适的合成蜡可衍生自多种聚合物与共聚物蜡。 [0083] Suitable synthetic waxes may be derived from a variety of polymers and copolymer waxes. 可使用烯属聚合物和共聚物蜡, 例如聚亚甲基蜡、聚乙烯蜡、高密度聚乙烯蜡、聚丙烯蜡、化学改性的烯属蜡如化学改性的聚乙烯蜡和化学改性的聚丙烯蜡、共聚物蜡和氧化的烯属蜡如氧化的聚乙烯蜡和氧化的聚丙烯蜡。 Olefinic polymers may be used and copolymer waxes, such as polymethylene wax, polyethylene wax, high density polyethylene wax, polypropylene wax, chemically modified olefinic waxes such as chemically modified polyethylene wax and chemically modified of polypropylene wax, copolymer wax, and oxyalkylene genus polyethylene waxes and oxidized polypropylene waxes such as oxidized wax. 其它合成蜡可由多元醇酯和醚如聚乙二醇和甲氧基聚乙二醇形成。 Other synthetic waxes may be polyhydric alcohol esters and ethers such as polyethylene glycol and methoxy polyethylene glycol are formed. 其它合成蜡包括噁唑啉蜡。 Other synthetic waxes include oxazoline waxes. 其它合适的合成蜡包括直链烃蜡如通过费托方法生成的那些。 Other suitable synthetic waxes include straight chain hydrocarbon waxes such as those generated by the Fischer-Tropsch process.

[0084] 合适的天然蜡可包括动物基、植物基、矿物基和石油基蜡。 [0084] Suitable natural waxes may include animal-based, plant-based, mineral-based and petroleum-based wax. 动物基蜡可包括蜂蜡、 羊毛脂、鲸蜡、中国虫蜡和紫胶。 Animal-based wax may include beeswax, lanolin, spermaceti wax, Chinese insect wax and shellac. 植物基蜡包括卡洛巴蜡、小烛树蜡、日本蜡、小冠椰子蜡和甘蔗蜡。 Plant-based waxes include carnauba wax, candelilla wax, Japan wax, ouricury wax, and sugarcane wax. 矿物基蜡包括地蜡如纯地蜡、蒙旦蜡和地蜡。 Mineral-based waxes include places such as ceresin wax, montan wax and floor wax. 石油基蜡包括微晶蜡、石蜡、散蜡和片状蜡。 Petroleum waxes include microcrystalline wax, paraffin wax, wax dispersion and flake wax.

[0085] 当依照ASTM方法D3%4测量时,适于用作抗粘连剂30的蜡可显示等于或大于60°C的Mettler滴点。 [0085] When D3% 4 measured according to ASTM method, suitable for use as a wax anti-blocking agent 30 may display equal to or greater than 60 ° C a Mettler drop point. 一般来讲,当依照ASTM方法D1505测量时,合成蜡可显示约0. 85g/ cm3至约0. 98g/cm3的密度。 In general, when measured in accordance with ASTM method D1505, synthetic waxes may be displayed for about 0. 85g / cm3 to about 0. 98g / cm3 density. 当通过ASTM方法D1238测量时,合成蜡可显示在190°C时每10 分钟约Ig至约5,OOOg的熔融指数。 When measured by ASTM method D1238, synthetic waxes can display Ig to about 5, OOOg melt index at 190 ° C every 10 minutes approximately.

[0086] 适用于本发明的抗粘连剂30可具有大于约30°C的熔点温度或软化点温度。 [0086] Anti-blocking agents 30 suitable for the present invention may have greater than about 30 ° C of the melting temperature or softening point temperature. 可供选择地,抗粘连剂30可具有大于约4o°c、5o°c、6(rc、7(rc、8(rc、9(rc或ioo°c的熔点温度或软化点温度。 Alternatively, the anti-blocking agent 30 may be greater than about 4o ° c, 5o ° c, 6 (rc, 7 (rc, 8 (rc, 9 (rc or ioo ° c melting temperature or softening point temperature.

[0087] 在某些适当的实施方案中,抗粘连剂30基本上不含丙烯酸类。 [0087] In certain suitable embodiments, the anti-blocking agent 30 is substantially acrylic free. 基本上不含丙烯酸类是指丙烯酸类物质的含量按重量百分比计不超过抗粘连剂30的0. 05%。 Substantially free of acrylic means that the content of the acrylic material by weight percent is not more than 0.05% of an anti-blocking agent 30. 然而,在其它适当的实施方案中,基本上不含丙烯酸类是指丙烯酸类含量按重量计不超过抗粘连剂30 的0. 01 %,或者可供选择地不超过0. 001 %。 However, in other suitable embodiments, substantially acrylic free means that the acrylic content by weight of not more than 0.01% of an anti-blocking agent 30, or alternatively not more than 0.001%. 在某些实施方案中,基本上不含丙烯酸类是指丙烯酸类含量通过常规的定量分析检测不到。 In certain embodiments, substantially acrylic free means that the acrylic content by conventional quantitative analysis undetectable. 丙烯酸类包括衍生自诸如以下化合物的聚合物:甲基丙烯酸酯、异丁烯酸甲酯、丙烯腈、丙烯酸乙酯、N-羟甲基丙烯酰胺、异丁烯酰胺、 三聚氰胺、环乙亚胺等。 Include those derived from acrylic polymers such as the following compound: methyl acrylate, methyl methacrylate, acrylonitrile, ethyl acrylate, N- methylol acrylamide, methacrylamide, melamine, aziridine and the like.

[0088] 处理过的薄膜34可经历冷却处理过的薄膜的步骤,该步骤在图1中显示为项50。 [0088] The treated film 34 may be subjected to the step of cooling the treated film, this step is shown in Figure 1 as items 50. 如上所指出,抗粘连剂30可在高温下以熔融或软化态分配并且可在沉积到聚合物膜12上之后以熔融或软化态保持一段时间。 As noted above, anti-blocking agent 30 may be at a high temperature in a molten or softened state and may be assigned to the polymer film after the deposition of 12 to molten or softened state holding period of time. 在某些实施方案中,可希望抗粘连剂30在聚集所述处理过的薄膜34之前被冷却。 In certain embodiments, an anti-blocking agent 30 may be desirable prior to gathering the treated film 34 is cooled. 冷却步骤50可需要使用一个或多个处理过的薄膜在其上传送的冷硬轧辊52。 The cooling step 50 may need to use one or more of the treated film thereon transmitted chill roll 52. 可供选择地,处理过的薄膜34可经过由一对辊形成的咬入点,所述辊在平行轴线上定位且设置形成咬入点。 Alternatively, the treated film 34 may pass through the nip point formed by a pair of rollers, the rollers are positioned and disposed in the nip point formed on parallel axes. 理想的是,冷硬轧辊52或咬入辊保持的温度等于或低于周围空气的温度或聚合物膜12的温度。 Ideally, the chill roll 52 or nip rolls to maintain a temperature equal to or lower than the temperature of the ambient air temperature or the polymer film 12. 在另一个实施方案中,处理过的薄膜34可经过一个或多个将空气在薄膜上吹过的吹风机。 In another embodiment, the treated film 34 may be subjected to one or more of the air blowing on the film blower. 空气可被冷却以加速对熔融或软化的抗粘连剂30 的冷却。 Air can be cooled to accelerate the cooling of the molten or softened anti-blocking agent 30. 冷却步骤可为在工位20涂敷抗粘连剂和在聚集工位40聚集处理过的薄膜步骤之间的滞后时间也是切实可行的。 The cooling step may be applied at station 20 in the anti-blocking agent and the lag time gathering station 40 treated film was gathered between steps is feasible. 取决于所利用的抗粘连剂30以及抗粘连剂涂敷时的温度, 滞后时间内沉积的抗粘连剂30的冷却可在环境加工温度(例如,通常约15°C至约35°C ) 下进行。 Depending on the use of a temperature anti-blocking agent and anti-blocking agent 30 during application, the cooling of the anti-blocking agent 30 may be deposited within a lag time at ambient processing temperatures (e.g., typically about 15 ° C to about 35 ° C) under get on. 用来冷却和固化抗粘连剂30的滞后时间取决于所用的抗粘连剂30、抗粘连剂30 涂敷时的温度、以及处理过的薄膜34遇到的环境加工温度。 For cooling and solidifying an anti-blocking agent 30 anti-blocking agent 30 of the lag time depends on the temperature of the anti-blocking agent 30 during application, as well as ambient processing temperature of the treated film 34 encounters. 尽管滞后时间可以较长,但通常希望滞后时间不超过约60秒从而可维持工业加工速度。 Although the lag time can be longer, it is often desirable lag time is not more than about 60 seconds so that the industrial processing speed can be maintained.

[0089] 在某些实施方案中,附加工序可先于在聚集工位40聚集所述处理过的薄膜34的步骤。 [0089] In certain embodiments, an additional step can be gathered in a gathering station 40 of the treated film 34 in the step. 可希望处理过的薄膜34经历在图1中指定为项60的加固步骤,在该步中将抗粘连剂30物理压缩到聚合物膜12中。 May wish to experience the treated film 34 is designated in FIG. 1 item 60 of the reinforcing step, anti-blocking agent 30 is compressed to physical polymer film 12 in the step of the process. 加固技术为本领域所熟知并典型地涉及一对辊62、64,所述辊被构型为产生处理过的薄膜;34从中通过的咬入点66。 Reinforcement technique known in the art and typically involve a pair of rollers 62, 64, the roller being configured to produce a treated film; 66 nip point 34 therethrough. 加固过的处理过的薄膜34据信可改善沉积在聚合物膜12表面上的抗粘连剂30的耐研磨性。 Reinforcement been treated film 34 is believed to improve the anti-blocking agent 30 deposited on the surface of the polymer film 12 abrasive resistance. 在其它适当的实施方案中, 处理过的薄膜34可经过一个图案化的咬入辊。 In other suitable embodiments, the treated film 34 may be subjected to a patterned nip rolls to. 图案化的咬入辊在本领域常常用于压花基底,所述基底包括薄膜、织物、机织基底、非织造材料等。 Patterned nip rolls to frequently used in the art embossing substrate, said substrate comprises a film, fabric, woven substrates, non-woven materials. 其它常见的工序可包括处理过的薄膜的纵向伸长、横向伸长或可变方向伸长。 Other common step may comprise the treated film longitudinal elongation, or variable direction extending transverse elongation. 用于薄膜伸长的设备为本领域所知。 Apparatus for film elongation are known in the art.

[0090] 处理过的薄膜34可在聚集工位40处被聚集。 [0090] The treated film 34 may be gathered at the gathering station 40. 在一个实施方案中,如图1和2b所示,处理过的薄膜被被传送到大宗卷42上。 In one embodiment, shown in Figures 1 and 2b, the treated film is transferred to the bulk volume 42. 大宗卷42典型地为绕轴44旋转的基本圆柱体形状的卷。 Bulk roll 42 is typically a rotation around an axis 44 substantially cylindrical shape of the volume. 大宗卷42可被马达或其它已知部件旋转地驱动。 Bulk volume 42 may be a motor or other known member is rotationally driven. 大宗卷42的旋转可向处理过的薄膜34赋予张力。 Large volumes can be rotated 42 to 34 gives the treated film tension. 大宗卷42可卷绕处理过的薄膜34使得第一表面14与第二表面16 接触。 Bulk roll 42 may be wound around the treated film 34 such that the first surface 14 in contact with the second surface 16. 大宗卷42可聚集薄膜34直至形成合适尺寸的卷。 42 can gather large volumes until a suitable size film 34 volumes. 处理过的薄膜34可经受高压,该压力可通过大宗卷42或大宗卷42的所得尺寸所施加的张力而增强。 The treated film 34 may be subjected to high pressure, the pressure may be enhanced by the tension resulting bulk volume size 42 or 42 of the large volumes applied. 随着大宗卷42聚集形成连续层的处理过的薄膜34,最外层提供可压缩薄膜34的最内层的附加重量。 As the bulk volume 42 aggregate to form a continuous layer of the treated film 34, the outermost layer of the innermost layer of the film to provide a compressible additional weight 34. 基于大宗卷42的张力和聚集的大宗卷42的尺寸,处理过的薄膜34的不同部分可以最大约40N/cm2 的力压缩在一起。 Based on the bulk roll 42 tension and size of aggregated bulk volume 42, different portions of the treated film 34 may be a maximum of about 40N / cm2 compression force together. 然而,在极端条件下,处理过的薄膜34的不同部分可以最大约60N/cm2和更大的力压缩在一起。 However, under extreme conditions, different portions of the treated film 34 may be compressed together to a maximum of about 60N / cm2 and greater force.

[0091] 一旦大宗卷42达到合适的直径,处理过的薄膜34在大宗卷42上的积聚即可停止。 [0091] Once the bulk roll 42 reaches a suitable diameter, the treated film 34 to accumulate on the bulk roll 42 to stop. 一般来讲,可将处理过的薄膜34切断,可将处理过的薄膜34的切断边缘卷到大宗卷42 上并加以固定以防止意外展开。 Generally, the treated film can be cut 34 may be treated cutting edges of the film roll 34 to the bulk volume 42 and secured to prevent accidental start. 可将大宗卷34移除并且使其经过附加工序。 You can remove the bulk of the volume and 34 make it through additional processes.

[0092] 处理过的薄膜34可以其它合适的构型聚集。 [0092] The treated film 34 may be other suitable configuration aggregation. 例如,可将处理过的薄膜34打褶、折叠或交错折叠。 For example, the treated film 34 pleating, folding or staggered fold. 在一个实施方案中,处理过的薄膜34可聚集为堆叠46,如图加的不连续方法中所图示。 In one embodiment, the treated film 34 may be gathered as a stack 46, is not applied in a continuous process as illustrated in FIG. 当处理过的薄膜34以不连续方式例如零碎供应时,薄膜34的堆叠通常是可取的。 When the treated film 34 in a discontinuous manner such as fragmented supply, the thin film stack 34 is usually desirable.

[0093] 处理过的薄膜34可经历以聚集构型存储一段时间(即保压时间(dwelltime))的加工步骤,其在图1中象征性地表示为项65。 [0093] The treated film 34 may be subjected to gather configuration storage period of time (i.e., dwell time (dwelltime)) of processing steps, which in Figure 1 symbolically represented as item 65. 存储步骤65通常由其中处理过的薄膜34被聚集的步骤延伸至其中处理过的薄膜34从聚集构型被移除的随后步骤。 Storage step by step 65 which is generally treated film 34 is gathered to a subsequent step which extends the treated film 34 is removed from the gathered configuration. 存储步骤65可涉及处理过的薄膜34被就地存储、远距离存储和/或被传送。 Storage step 65 may involve the treated film 34 is locally stored, remote storage and / or transmission. 存储步骤65的保压时间可为大约几分钟或几小时。 Storage step dwell time may be about 65 minutes or hours. 在某些条件下,保压时间将为至少M小时。 Under certain conditions, the dwell time will be at least M hours. 在其它条件下,保压时间将为至少48小时。 Under other conditions, the dwell time will be at least 48 hours. 在一些情况下,保压时间可包括大约许多天或许多周的较长时间段, 以适应聚集的处理过的薄膜34的装运和/或存储。 In some cases, a longer dwell time may include the time period of about take days or weeks, to accommodate shipping and / or storage of the treated film was gathered 34. 在某些情况下,处理过的薄膜34可保持聚集构型一个月或更长时间。 In some cases, the treated film 34 may remain gathered configuration for a month or longer. 此外,聚集的处理过的薄膜34可经受高温,通常据信高温可促进保压时间内薄膜的粘连。 In addition, aggregation of the treated film 34 may be subjected to high temperatures, typically it is believed that the high temperature may promote adhesion of the dwell time of the film. 聚集的处理过的薄膜34可经受大于30°C的温度。 Gathering the treated film 34 may be subjected to temperatures of greater than 30 ° C. 在其它实施方案中,聚集的处理过的薄膜34可经受大于40°C ;可供选择地大于50°C ;或者可供选择地大于60°C的温度。 In other embodiments, aggregation of the treated film 34 may be subjected to greater than 40 ° C; alternatively greater than 50 ° C; temperature of 60 ° C, or alternatively greater than.

[0094] 聚集的处理过的薄膜34可经历受控的加工步骤,使得薄膜34的接触的部分彼此分离。 [0094] Aggregation treated film 34 may be subjected to a controlled process steps, such that portions of the contact film 34 is separated from each other. 在图1中指定为项70的分离聚集的且处理过的薄膜34的步骤经常是必要的,从而处理过的薄膜34可被进一步加工,或者可加固到另一个过程中或结合到制品如尿布中。 And designated as the treated film 70 is gathered separating items in step 34 of FIG. 1 is often necessary, thus treated film 34 can be further processed, or may be reinforced to another process or incorporated into articles such as diapers in. 处理过的薄膜34在一个设备内聚集然后传送到另一个遥远的设备内用于分离70并不少见。 The treated film 34 in a device gathered and transferred to another remote device for the separation of 70 is not uncommon. 聚集的薄膜的分离可通过常规的纤维网传送机制进行。 Separating aggregated film may be performed by conventional web transport mechanism. 例如,对于大宗卷42上的薄膜34, 卷42可被缠绕或安装,从而使得卷42绕着其轴44旋转。 For example, for a large volume 42 on film 34, the volume 42 may be wound or installed, so that the roll 42 about its axis 44 of rotation. 可通过向薄膜上施加线性张力来将薄膜34撤离卷。 By applying linear tension to the film 34 on the film used to evacuate the volume. 所述张力导致薄膜34从卷42上退绕。 Said tension lead film 34 is unwound from the roll 42. 取决于聚集构型,用于薄膜34 分离的其它机制也可以是必要的。 Depending on the aggregate configuration, other mechanisms for film 34 separation may be necessary. 例如,在褶绉构型中,可通过输送薄膜通过两个辊产生的咬入点或者输送到辊上使聚集的薄膜34分离。 For example, the pleat configuration, the feeding of film through the nip point or fed to the roller so that the film 34 separated by two rollers aggregated generated. 又如,聚集的薄膜34可手工分离。 Again, the film 34 can be manually separated aggregation. 与所选机制无关,可将所得的处理纤维网34分离,使得处理过的薄膜34的彼此接触的不同部分被分开,从而使这些部分不再接触。 Regardless of the mechanism chosen, the resulting treated fibers can be separated from web 34, such that different portions of the treated film 34 contact with each other are separated, so that these portions no longer in contact.

[0095] 处理过的薄膜34应能够用适当的力由聚集状态(例如,大宗卷42)分离。 [0095] The treated film 34 should be separated by the state of aggregation (e.g., bulk roll 42) with appropriate force. 如果需要过量的力将处理过的薄膜34由其聚集状态分离,则表明处理过的薄膜已粘连。 If excessive force is required, the treated film 34 from its gathered state of separation, it indicates that the film has been adhesion-treated. 在某些实施方案中,处理过的薄膜34应可以用小于或等于20N/cm的平均T-剥离力分离。 In certain embodiments, the treated film 34 can be less than or equal to 20N / cm average peel force T- separation. 可供选择地,处理过的薄膜34应可以用小于或等于15N/cm、10N/cm、5N/cm或可供选择地lN/cm的平均T-剥离力分离。 Alternatively, the treated film 34 can be less than or equal to 15N / cm, 10N / cm, 5N / cm or T- average peel force for selectively lN / cm separation. 所有的平均T-剥离力值依照以下所公开的T-剥离力测试方法测定。 All the average peel force values in accordance with the T- T- peel force test method disclosed below measured. 不受理论的束缚,据信抗粘连(如通过低平均剥离力所证实)受许多因素影响。 Without being bound by theory, it is believed that anti-adhesion (as evidenced by a low average peel force) is affected by many factors. 例如,抗粘连剂30形成物的物理结构可影响粘连。 For example, an anti-blocking agent 30 formations can affect the physical structure of adhesions. 物理因素如形成物的厚度、形成物在薄膜12上的覆盖面积以及给定指定面积的形成物数目均可影响粘连。 Physical factors such as a thickness thereof, the coverage area and the number thereof was formed on the thin film 12 of a given specified area is formed can affect adhesion.

[0096] 已经从聚集构型中分离的处理过的薄膜34可进行进一步的加工。 [0096] The treated film 34 has been separated from the gathered configuration can be further processed. 在本发明的某些实施方案中,处理过的薄膜34可经历进一步的层压工序,该工序在图1中指定为项80。 In certain embodiments of the present invention, the treated film 34 may be subjected to a further lamination step, this step is designated as item 80 in Figure 1. 可利用粘结辊86、88将处理过的薄膜34接合到基底82上以形成层压结构84。 Bonding rollers 86, 88 can be used, the treated film 34 is bonded to the substrate 82 to form a laminate structure 84. 在一个具体的实施方案中,处理过的薄膜;34可包括可为弹性体膜的聚合物膜12。 In a specific embodiment, the treated film; 34 may comprise an elastomeric polymer film 12 membrane. 此外,处理过的薄膜34可接合到诸如非织造材料的基底82上以形成已知为拉伸层压材料的层压结构84。 In addition, the treated film 34 may be bonded to the substrate 82 such as a nonwoven material to form is known as a stretch laminate laminate structure 84. 例如, 处理弹性体膜可被拉伸并在处于拉伸构型时接合到一个或多个非织造材料上。 For example, treatment of the elastomer film can be stretched and while in the stretched configuration joined to one or more of the nonwoven material. 接合后,薄膜可以松弛,从而聚集非织造材料并形成弹性层压材料。 After bonding, the film can be relaxed, gathered non-woven material and thereby forming an elastic laminate. 在一个可供选择的方法中,薄膜可以松弛构型连接到一个或多个非织造材料上。 In an alternative method, the film may be relaxed configuration connected to one or more of the nonwoven material. 可通过使层压材料经受伸长过程而使所得层压材料可拉伸(或者在部分地拉伸股线或薄膜的情况下更易拉伸)。 Can be prepared by the process of leaving the laminate material is subjected to elongation of the resulting laminate may be stretched (or in the lower portion of the film stretched strands or more ductile case). 所述伸长过程永久性地伸长非织造材料,但薄膜只是暂时性地伸长。 The elongation process is permanently elongated nonwoven material, but the film is elongated only temporarily. 这些过程在本领域被称为“零应变”拉伸层压材料成形,并且此类层压材料的伸长可利用合适构件,例如罗拉、接合齿等来完成。 These processes are known in the art as "zero strain" stretch laminate molding, and the elongation of such laminates can be used suitable means, such as rollers, engaging teeth, such as to complete. 零应变活化方法的实例和所得的可拉伸层压材料描述于授予Weber等人的美国专利5,167,897 和授予Buell等人的美国专利5,156,793中。 Examples of zero strain activation method and resulting stretchable laminates are described in Weber et al., Granted U.S. Patent No. 5,167,897 and U.S. Patent No. 5,156,793 issued to Buell et al. In.

[0097] 在某些实施方案中,处理过的薄膜34可经历向薄膜34赋予类弹性行为的过程。 [0097] In certain embodiments, the treated film 34 to film 34 may be subjected to impart elastic-like behavior of the process. 向薄膜34赋予类弹性行为的一种合适方法涉及使薄膜34沿薄膜34的至少一条轴线经历伸长。 A suitable method for imparting elasticity to the film 34 class actions involving the film 34 along the film 34 experienced at least one axis elongation. 向薄膜赋予类弹性行为的这种方法描述于美国专利5,723,087中。 This approach gives the filmic elastic behavior is described in US patent 5,723,087 in.

[0098] 在某些实施方案中,可将如上所公开的处理过的薄膜34或层压结构84加入到尿布中。 [0098] In certain embodiments, can be treated film 34 or the laminate structure 84 as disclosed above is added to the diaper. 图5为处于平面构型的示例性尿布520的平面图,其中部分结构被切割以显示下面的元件。 Figure 5 is a plan view of a planar configuration in an exemplary diaper 520, wherein the partial structure is cut to show the following elements. 图5中的尿布520示例说明传统的开口式尿布或胶粘尿布,该尿布被制造成时无腰部开口和腿部开口形成。 The diaper 520 as described in the example of Figure 5 a conventional open-type diaper or gluing diaper, when the diaper is no waist opening and leg openings fabricated formed. 然而应当认识到,其它尿布构型也足以在技术人员的范围内。 It should be appreciated, however, other diaper configurations are also within the scope of sufficient technical staff. 此类尿布构型包括裤型尿布(即,被制造成有腰部开口和/或腿部开口形成的尿布)和可重复扣紧的裤型尿布。 Such diaper configurations include pant-type diaper (i.e., be manufactured with a waist opening and / or diaper leg openings formed) and refastenable pant-type diaper. [0099] 尿布520面向穿着者的部分(即,面向穿着者表面52¾朝着穿着者定向。尿布520具有相对的面向衣服表面。尿布520可包括液体可透过的顶片524 ;底片526 ;优选位于顶片5M和底片5¾的至少一部分之间的吸收芯528。尿布520可包括一对或多对侧片, 如前侧片530和后侧片531。尿布也可具有弹性化腿箍556、弹性化腰部组件534和扣紧系统M0。尿布520显示前腰区536、与前腰区536相对的后腰区538、以及位于前腰区536和后腰区538之间的裆区537。尿布520的周边由纵向边缘550和端边552限定。所述纵向边缘通常平行于尿布520的纵向中心线100穿行。所述端边通常平行于尿布520的横向中心线110在纵向边缘550之间穿行。同时顶片524、底片M6和吸收芯5¾可以多种熟知的构型组合,例如通常在美国专利3,860,003,5, 151,092,5, 221,274,5, 554,145,5, 569,234、 5,580,411和6,004, 306中所描述。尿布构造以及顶片、底片和吸收芯生产为本领域所熟知。 [0099] The diaper wearer-facing portion 520 (i.e., wearer-facing surface of 52¾ directed towards the wearer of the diaper 520 having opposed garment-facing surface of the diaper 520 may comprise a liquid pervious topsheet 524;.. The backsheet 526; preferably At least a portion of the absorbent core between the topsheet and backsheet 5¾ 5M 528. diaper 520 may comprise one or more side panels, such as the front side panels 530 and back side panels 531. The diaper may also have elasticized leg cuffs 556, elasticized waist fastening system components 534 and M0. diaper waist region 536 520 display, the crotch area and the front waist region 536 opposed to the rear waist region 538, and is located in the front waist region between 536 and 538 lumbar region of 537. diapers periphery 520 defined by longitudinal edges 550 and end edges 552. The longitudinal edges 520 generally parallel to the longitudinal centerline of the diaper 100 walk through. The end edges generally parallel to the transverse centerline 110 of the diaper 520 between the longitudinal edges 550 walk through Meanwhile topsheet 524, the backsheet and the absorbent core 5¾ M6 can be a combination of a variety of well known configurations, such as generally in U.S. Patent No. 3,860,003,5, 151,092,5, 221,274,5, 554,145, 5, 569,234, 5,580,411 and 6,004, 306 described diaper structure and the topsheet, backsheet and absorbent core production are well known in the art.

[0100] 吸收芯5¾可包括通常用于一次性尿布和其它吸收制品中的多种液体吸收材料, 例如,粉碎的木浆;绉纱纤维素填料;熔喷聚合物(包括共成型);化学硬化、改性或交联的纤维素纤维;薄纸(包括薄纸包装材料和薄纸层压材料);吸收泡沫;超吸收聚合物;吸收胶凝材料;超吸收纤维;或任何其它已知的吸收材料或这些材料的组合。 [0100] The absorbent core may comprise 5¾ commonly used in disposable diapers and other absorbent articles in a variety of liquid-absorbent materials, e.g., comminuted wood pulp; creped cellulose wadding; meltblown polymers (including coform); chemically stiffened , modified or crosslinked cellulosic fibers; tissue (including tissue wraps and tissue laminates); absorbent foams; superabsorbent polymers; absorbent gelling materials; superabsorbent fibers; or any other known absorbent material or combinations of these materials.

[0101] 底片5¾可为基本液体(例如,尿液)不可透过的,并且可包括非织造材料与薄塑料薄膜的层压材料。 [0101] The backsheet may be substantially 5¾ liquids (e.g., urine) and may comprise a laminate of nonwoven material and a thin plastic film. 所述塑料薄膜为例如具有约0. 012mm(0. 5mil)至约0. 051mm(2. Omi 1) 厚度的热塑性薄膜。 The plastic film, for example, of about 0. 012mm (0. 5mil) to about 0. 051mm (2. Omi 1) thermoplastic film thickness. 合适的底片可包括如上所述的处理过的薄膜或包含所述处理过的薄膜的层压材料。 Suitable backsheet may comprise the treated film as described above or the treated film comprising a laminate. 其它合适的底片薄膜包括由iTredegar Industries Inc. (Terre Haute,IN)制造并以商品名X15306、X10962和X10964出售的那些。 Other suitable backsheet films include those manufactured by iTredegar Industries Inc. (Terre Haute, IN) and the trade names X15306, X10962 and X10964 those sold. 其它合适的底片材料可包括使蒸气能够从尿布20逸出但同时防止渗出物透过底片5¾的透气材料。 Other suitable backsheet materials may include a vapor to escape from the diaper 20 but also to prevent exudates from passing through the backsheet breathable materials 5¾. 示例性透气材料可包括例如机织纤维网、非织造纤维网、复合材料如膜包衣的非织造纤维网以及微孔薄膜。 Exemplary breathable materials may include, for example, woven webs, nonwoven webs, composite materials such as film-coated nonwoven webs, and microporous film. 合适的微孔薄膜由日本的MitsuiChemicalsJnc.以ESPOIR名称制造以及由Tredegar Industries以EXAIRE名称制造。 Suitable microporous films. ESPOIR name to manufacturing and manufactured by Japan MitsuiChemicalsJnc by Tredegar Industries to EXAIRE name. 包括共混聚合物的合适透气复合材料以商品名HYTREL blend P18-3097 购自Clopay Corporation(Cincinnai,0H),包括非织造纤维网和开孔成型膜的其它可透气底片描述于美国专利5,571,096中。 Including polymer blends suitable breathable composite materials under the trade name HYTREL blend P18-3097 available from Clopay Corporation (Cincinnai, 0H), including nonwoven webs and other breathable backsheet apertured formed films are described in U.S. Patent No. 5,571 , 096 in.

[0102] 顶片5M可具有柔顺松软感,并且对使用者的皮肤无刺激。 [0102] The topsheet 5M may have supple soft feel, and the user's skin without irritation. 顶片5M通常为液体可透过的,从而使液体(例如,尿液)易于透过其厚度。 5M topsheet typically liquid permeable, so that fluid (e.g., urine) to readily penetrate through its thickness. 合适的顶片可由多种材料制成,例如多孔泡沫、蜂窝状泡沫、有孔塑料薄膜、开孔非织造纤维网、或由天然纤维(例如,木纤维或棉纤维)、合成纤维(例如,聚酯纤维或聚丙稀纤维)构成或由天然纤维与合成纤维的组合构成的机织纤维网或非织造纤维网。 Suitable topsheets may be made from a variety of materials, such as porous foams, reticulated foams, apertured plastic films, apertured nonwoven webs, or from natural fibers (e.g., wood or cotton fibers), synthetic fibers (e.g., polyester or polypropylene fibers) or from a combination of the machine of natural and synthetic fibers constituting the woven or nonwoven webs web. 优选地,顶片5M可由疏水材料制成以将使用者的皮肤与容纳在吸收芯528中的液体分离(即,防止“回渗”),除非制品旨在向使用者提供至少部分的润湿感,如在某些训练短裤制品中所希望的那样。 Made Preferably, the topsheet may be formed of a hydrophobic material 5M to accommodate the user's skin and the liquid separator in the absorbent core 528 (i.e., prevent "rewet"), unless the article is intended to provide the user with at least part of the wetting sense, as in some training pants products had hoped.

[0103] 前后侧片530、531可设置在尿布520各自的前后腰区536、538内。 [0103] the front and rear side panels 530 and 531 may be provided in the diaper 520 within the respective front and rear waist regions 536, 538. 对于以开口构型提供的尿布(即,尿布具有以未扣紧构型制造的扣紧系统M0),在穿戴尿布时,前后侧片530,531可借助扣紧系统540接合,以便形成一个腰部开口和一对腿部开口。 For the diaper to provide open configuration (i.e., the diaper has an unfastened configuration to manufacture fastening system M0), when worn the diaper, the front and rear side panels 530 and 531 can be engaged by means of fastening system 540 so as to form a waist opening and a pair of leg openings. 对于裤型尿布,前后侧片530、531可在制造中预接合,以便形成一个腰部开口和一对腿部开口。 For pants-type diaper, the front and rear side panels 530 and 531 can be pre-engaged in the manufacture, so as to form a waist opening and a pair of leg openings. 前后侧片530和531可为弹性的或可延展的,以便通过使尿布520最初柔顺地贴合到穿着者身上而提供更加舒适和适形的贴合性。 Front and rear side panels 530 and 531 may be elastic or extensible to the diaper 520 by the first compliant fit onto the wearer and provide a more comfortable and conformable fit. 由于弹性化侧片530、531使得尿布520的侧边伸展和收缩,该侧片530、531可在整个穿着期间保持贴合性,包括当尿布520已经充满渗出物时。 Since the elasticized side panels 530 and 531 such that the sides of the diaper 520 of the expansion and contraction of the side panels 530 and 531 can maintain adhesion during the entire wear, including when the diaper 520 has been filled with exudate. 侧片530、531可包括弹性体薄膜或拉伸层压材料。 Side panels 530 and 531 may comprise an elastomeric film or a stretch laminate. 侧片530、531可包括如上所述的处理过的薄膜或包含所述处理过的薄膜的层压材料。 Side panels 530 and 531 may comprise the treated film as described above or the treated film comprising a laminate. 通常希望处理过的薄膜具有弹性。 The treated film is generally desirable to have elasticity.

[0104] 尿布520也可包括至少一个有助于提供改善的贴合性和容纳性的腰部组件534。 [0104] The diaper 520 may also comprise at least one helps to provide improved fit and containment of the waist feature 534. 腰部组件534可为弹性的和/或可延展的。 Waist feature 534 may be elastic and / or malleable. 腰部组件534可包括如上所述的处理过的薄膜或包含所述处理过的薄膜的层压材料。 Waist feature 534 may comprise the treated film as described above or the treated film comprising a laminate. 可希望处理过的薄膜为弹性的。 It may be desirable for the treated film was elastic. 示例性腰部组件构造包括描述于美国专利4,515,595和美国专利5,221,274中的那些。 Exemplary waist feature construction include those described in U.S. Patent No. 5,221,274 U.S. Patent No. 4,515,595 and those.

[0105] 尿布520也可包括一个或多个弹性化腿箍556以提供更好的贴合性、容纳性和美观性。 [0105] The diaper 520 may also include one or more elasticized leg cuffs 556 to provide better fit, containment and aesthetic properties. 在本领域腿箍也被称为衬圈箍、容纳翼片、“直立”弹性侧翼、阻碍箍、腿围、侧翼和/ 或弹性箍。 Leg cuffs in the art also known as gasketing cuff, receiving the tab, "vertical" elastic side flaps, barrier cuffs, leg bands, side flaps, and / or elastic cuffs. 弹性化腿箍556可包括一个或多个可向箍556赋予弹性的弹性构件558。 Elasticized leg cuffs 556 may comprise one or more can impart elasticity to the cuff 556 elastic member 558. 弹性化箍556可包括如上所述的处理过的薄膜或包含所述处理过的薄膜的层压材料。 The elasticized cuff 556 may comprise a treated film as described above or the treated film comprising a laminate. 可希望处理过的薄膜为弹性的以便用作弹性构件558。 It may be desirable for the elastic film is treated so as the elastic member 558. 腿箍556可被构造为本领域已知的任何合适的构型,包括描述于美国专利4,695,278和美国专利4,795,454中的那些构型。 Leg cuffs 556 can be constructed of any suitable known in the art of configurations, including those described in U.S. Patent No. 4,695,278 and U.S. Patent No. 4,795,454 in those configurations.

[0106] 尿布520可包括扣紧系统M0。 [0106] The diaper 520 may include a fastening system M0. 当扣紧时,其连接前腰区536和后腰区538以形成腰部开口。 When fastened, connect the front waist region 536 and the lumbar region to form a waist opening 538. 扣紧系统540可包括扣件548和接纳构件M9,例如带突出部和着陆区、钩环扣紧组件、互锁扣件如突出部和狭槽、扣环、按钮、按扣和/或雌雄同体的扣紧组件,但是任何其它已知的扣紧部件通常也是可以接受的。 The fastening system 540 may include fasteners 548 and receiving member M9, such as tape tabs and landing zones, hook and loop fastening components, interlocking fasteners such as protrusions and slots, buckles, buttons, snaps and / or hermaphrodite The fastening assembly, but any other known fastening means is generally acceptable. 一些示例性表面扣紧系统公开于美国专利3,848,594,4, 894,060,4, 946,527,6, 432,098,4, 699,622 和5,242,436 中。 Some exemplary surface fastening systems are disclosed in U.S. Patent No. 3,848,594,4, 894,060,4, 946,527,6, 432,098,4, 699,622 and 5,242,436 in.

[0107] T-剥离测试方法 [0107] T- peel test method

[0108] 这种T-剥离方法用于定量在某一指定的保压时间之后将处理过的薄膜从其本身分离所需力的量。 [0108] This method for quantitatively T- peel after a specified dwell time of the treated film the amount of force required to separate itself therefrom.

[0109] 样本制备:将样本制备为处理过的薄膜、双面胶带与聚(对苯二甲酸乙二醇酯) (PET)膜的三层层压材料。 [0109] Sample Preparation: The sample preparation for the treated film, double-sided tape and poly (ethylene terephthalate) three-layer laminate (PET) film. 所得样本610为三层层压材料,如图6a中以平面图所示。 The resulting three-layer laminate sample 610, shown in plan view in FIG. 6a. 图6b显示三层层压材料沿图6a中的截线bb截取的横截面图。 Figure 6b shows a three-layer laminate of Figure 6a along section line cross-sectional view taken bb. 指定为项616的PET膜为0. 05mm(2mil)厚。 PET film is designated as item 616 is 0. 05mm (2mil) thick. 其为矩形形状,并且具有约2. 54cm(l. 0英寸)宽和约15. 24cm(6英寸) 长的尺寸。 Which is a rectangular shape, and having about 2. 54cm (l. 0 inches) wide and about 15. 24cm (6 inches) long dimension. PET用于防止T-剥离测试期间处理过的薄膜的拉伸。 PET is used to prevent stretching during the T- peel test, the treated film. 可利用具有或调整至具有所述尺寸的任何市售PET膜。 Can be used with or adjusted to have any of the commercially available PET film size.

[0110] 将具有约2. Mcm(1英寸)乘约10. 16cnK4英寸)尺寸的双面胶带(指定为项614) 矩形条粘结到PET膜上。 [0110] will have approximately 2. Mcm (1 inches) by approximately 10. 16cnK4 inch) size double-sided tape (designated as item 614) rectangular bars bonded to PET film. 合适的双面胶带为以供应商代码FT239购自Avery Denninson Corp. Gainesville,OH)的双面胶带。 Suitable for double-sided tape to the supplier code FT239 available from Avery Denninson Corp. Gainesville, OH) double-sided tape. 定位双面胶带使得三条边与PET膜的边缘相连。 Positioning sided tape so that the edges of the three sides of the PET film is connected.

[0111] 将具有约2. 54cm(1英寸)乘约10. 795cm(4. 25英寸)尺寸的指定为项612的处理过的薄膜(即,T-剥离测试所用的薄膜)矩形条粘结到双面胶带上。 [0111] will have approximately 2. 54cm (1 inches) by approximately 10. 795cm (4. 25 inches) of the specified size item-treated film was 612 (i.e., T- peel test used in the film) a rectangular bar binder to the double-sided tape. 定位处理过的薄膜使得三条边与PET/双面胶带层压材料的边缘相连。 Positioning the treated PET film such that the edge of three sides of / sided tape laminate is connected. 操作处理过的薄膜612时需小心,以避免污染处理过的薄膜612。 When operating the treated film 612 need to be careful to avoid contamination of the treated film 612.

[0112] 将一片保护纸放置在处理过的薄膜/双面胶带/PET层压材料的处理表面上。 [0112] A piece of paper is placed on the protection of the treated film / double-sided tape / PET laminate surface treatment. 用2kg(4. 5磅)的HR-100 ASTM80肖氏橡胶面辊来卷绕层压材料。 With 2kg (4. 5 lbs) HR-100 ASTM80 Shore rubber surface of the roller to the winding laminate. 以大约100mm/S的速度沿着层压材料的长度向样本施加十次全力。 A speed of about 100mm / S along the length of laminate is applied to the full ten samples.

[0113] 从处理过的薄膜/双面胶带/PET层压材料上去除保护纸,并将成对的处理过的薄膜/双面胶带/PET层压材料彼此叠置,从而处理表面以面对面关系接合以限定粘结区域。 [0113] removing the protective paper from the treated film / double-sided tape / PET laminate and pairs of treated film / double-sided tape / PET laminate are stacked to each other, so that the processing surface engaging face to face relationship to define the bond area. 图6c为显示处于这种面对面关系的一对层压材料的侧视图。 Figure 6c is a side view of the display in confronting relationship to a pair of such laminates. 指定为项610a的第一层压材料包括PET薄膜616a、双面胶带61½和处理过的薄膜61加。 Designated as item 610a of the first laminated material comprises a PET film 616a, and double-sided tape 61½ treated film was 61 plus. 指定为项610b的第二层压材料包括PET薄膜616b、双面胶带614b和处理过的薄膜612b。 Designated as a second item 610b laminate comprises a PET film 616b, a double-sided tape 614b and treated film 612b. 第一层压材料610a 接合到第二层压材料610b上,使得处理过的薄膜61¾的表面与处理过的薄膜612b的表面接触。 The first laminate 610a is joined to the second laminate 610b, so that the surface treated film was 61¾ in contact with the surface of treated film 612b. 薄膜61¾和612b均应与粘结区域基本相连,所述粘结区域具有大约2. 54cm(1英寸)宽乘10. 795cm(4. 25英寸)长的尺寸。 Film 61¾ and 612b should be substantially contiguous with the adhesive area, the bonding area of approximately 2. 54cm (1 in) wide by 10. 795cm (4. 25 inches) long dimension. 粘结的成对样本于测试之前于60°C的温度和414kPa(60psi)的压力下熟化最少12小时但不超过M小时。 Pair bonded sample before testing at 60 ° C temperature and under 414kPa (60psi) pressure curing at least 12 hours but no more than M hours.

[0114] 技术人员应认识到,所述三层层压材料可由具有比上述那些更大尺寸的组件形成。 [0114] The skilled person will recognize, the three layer laminate may be those having a larger size than that of the assembly is formed. 单个组件可由较大尺寸调整然后层压在一起,或者可层压在一起并调整尺寸。 Individual components may be resized larger then laminated together or may be laminated together and resized. 此外,尽管以上提供的尺寸优选用于测试并应当遵循,但是技术人员应认识到,其它尺寸的粘结样本也可用于T-剥离方法。 In addition, while the above dimensions are preferred for providing test and should follow, but the art should recognize, other adhesive sample size may also be used T- peel method. 通过用力除以单位为厘米的粘结宽度(即,一旦样本安装在张力检验器上,“粘结宽度”为基本平行于夹具宽度所测的粘结区域的宽度)将所得T-剥离力规一化。 By force divided by the width in cm of adhesive (i.e., once the sample is mounted on a tensile tester, "bonding width" width is substantially parallel to the clamp width measured adhesive area) and the resulting T- peel force gauge one of.

[0115] 测试条件:T-剥离测试方法在23°C +/_5°C的受控条件房间内进行。 [0115] Test Conditions: T- peel test method in controlled conditions 23 ° C + / _ 5 ° C a room. 用于该测试的合适仪器为由Instron ® Engineering Corp. (Canton,Mass)以Instron 5564 出售的张 Suitable instrument for this test Instron ® Engineering Corp. (Canton, Mass) to sell Instron 5564 tensile grounds

力检验器。 Force checker. 该仪器与装有Instron® Merlin™材料测试软件的电脑接口,该软件控制测试 The instrument is equipped with Instron® Merlin ™ materials testing software, computer interface, the software control testing

参数、进行数据采集和计算并提供图表记录。 Parameters for data collection and calculation and provides a chart recorder. 典型地使用2. Mcm(1英寸)宽的夹具。 Typically used 2. Mcm (1 inch) wide clamps. 该夹具为气动并被设计为沿垂直于测试应力方向的平面集中全部夹持力。 The pneumatic clamp and designed to a direction perpendicular to the direction of testing stress plane focus all clamping force. 选择测力传感器使得所测力将不超过测力传感器能力或所用载荷范围的90% (例如,典型地10N、50N或100N的测力传感器)。 Choose a load cell so that the load will not exceed the capacity of the load cell or the load range with 90% (e.g., typically 10N, 50N or 100N load cell). 依照生产商的说明校准仪器。 In accordance with the manufacturer's instructions to calibrate the instrument. 将夹持力直线之间的距离(即标距)设定为2. 54011(1")。 The straight line distance between the clamping force (i.e., gauge length) is set to 2.54011 (1 ").

[0116] 将依照如上所述“样本制备”制备并示于图6c中的粘结的成对层压材料610a和610b如图6d所示安装到夹具622、624中。 [0116] As described above will be in accordance with the "Sample Preparation" was prepared and is shown in Figure 6c of bonded pairs laminates 610a and 610b shown in FIG. 6d installed to the jig 622, 624 in. 将PET薄膜之一616a的自由端(S卩,距粘结区域最远的末端)安装到顶部的可活动夹具622上,并将另一个PET薄膜616b的自由端安装到底部的静止夹具6M上。 On one of the free end 616a of the PET film (S Jie, end furthest from the bonding area) is mounted to the top of the movable clamps 622, and the other free end of the PET film 616b is installed on a stationary jig in the end portion of 6M . 将PET薄膜616a粘结到双面胶带61½和处理过的薄膜61¾ 上。 The PET film 616a is bonded to the double-sided tape 61½ and treated film was 61¾. 将PET薄膜616b粘结到双面胶带614b和处理过的薄膜616b上。 The PET film 616b is bonded to double sided tape 614b and treated film 616b. 将样本安装到夹具内,安装方式使得在夹具之间的层压材料610a和610b内没有松弛,如图6d所示。 The sample is mounted to the jig, installed in a manner that laminates 610a and 610b between the grips is no slack, as shown in Figure 6d. 将仪器上的载荷读数归零。 The load on the instrument readings to zero.

[0117] 一旦安装到夹具内,利用305mm/min(12英寸/分钟)的夹头速度使夹具分开。 [0117] Once installed into the jig, the use of 305mm / min (12 in / min) crosshead speed the clamp separately. 增加标距直至处理过的薄膜61¾和612b彼此分离或者样本失效(即,层压材料撕裂或者样本在除了两个处理过的薄膜61¾和612b之间以外的界面处分层)。 Increasing the gauge until the treated films 61¾ and 612b separated from each other or the sample fails (i.e., laminate tears or the sample disposition at the interface between the two layers in addition to the treated film and 612b of 61¾). 记录峰值载荷。 Record peak load. 平均载荷由在夹头伸出部的2.Mcm(l英寸)和8. 89cm(3. 5英寸)之间记录的载荷计算。 The average load by the protruding portion of the chuck 2.Mcm (l inch) to calculate and record 8. 89cm (3.5 inches) between the load. (如果样本长度不足10. 2cnK4英寸),则平均载荷由夹头伸出部的25 %至87. 5 %样本长度之间的载荷计算。 (If the sample is less than 10. 2cnK4 inch length), the average load by Chuck protrusion of 25 to 87.5% load calculation of sample length. 例如,如果样本为15. 2cm(6英寸)长,则平均载荷在夹头伸出部的3.81cm(1.5 英寸)和13. 3cm(5. 24英寸)之间计算。 For example, if the sample is 15. 2cm (6 inches) long, the average load on the chuck projecting portion 3.81cm (1.5 inches) between the calculated 13. 3cm (5. 24 inches) and. )将平均载荷规一化并以单位为N/cm记录:规一化载荷=平均载荷+单位为厘米的初始粘结宽度。 ) The average load and normalized units N / cm Record: normalized load = average load + units for initial bond cm width. 峰值载荷也以同样的方式规一化并记录为N/cm ο The peak load is also in the same manner as the normalized and reported as N / cm ο

[0118] 如以上定义中所述,如果在除了两个处理过的薄膜(图6d中的项61¾和612b)之间的界面之外的界面之间(例如图6d中的616a和614a,614a和612a,612b和614b或614b和616b之间)发生分层,则认为样本“已粘连”。 [0118] As described in the definition above, if in addition to the interface between the two treated films (FIG. 6d items 61¾ and 612b) between the interface (e.g., 616a in FIG. 6d and 614a, 614a and 612a, 612b and 614b or 614b between and 616b) delamination, then that sample "has adhesions." 如果样本“已粘连”,则不存在峰值力和平均力的报告值。 If the sample "has adhesions", the peak power and average power does not exist in the reported values. 如果处理过的薄膜61¾和612b彼此完全分开,而616a和614a、6Ha 和612a、612b和614b或614b和616b之间没有分层,则认为样本“未粘连”。 If the treated film 61¾ and 612b are completely separate, and no stratification between 616a and 614a, 6Ha and 612a, 612b, and 614b or 614b and 616b, the sample is considered "not sticking."

[0119] 实施例 [0119] EXAMPLE

[0120] 实施例1 :弹性体薄膜上8g/m2的聚乙烯蜡 Polyethylene wax elastomeric film 8g / m2: 1 [0120] Example

[0121] 薄膜:形成12. 7cm (5. 0英寸)宽乘55. 88cm 02英寸)长的注塑挤出薄膜(0. 120mm厚),其具有约79. 5%重量的Vector 4211 (—种购自位于Houston,Texas的Dexco Chemical Company的SIS嵌段共聚物)、约11 %的Drakeol 600矿物油(购自位于Dickenson,Texas的Penreco Company)、约9 %重量的NVA3900聚苯乙烯(购自位于Calgary, Alberta, Canada 的Nova Chemical Corporation)、约0. 25 % 重量的Irganox 1010(购自位于Tarrytown,New York 的Ciba Chemicals)和约0. 25% 重量的Irgafos 168 ( Tarrytown, New York 白勺Ciba Chemicals)白勺砠@。 [0121] film: Formation 12. 7cm (5. 0 inches) wide by 55. 88cm 02 inches) long plastic extrusion film (0. 120mm thick), which has about 79.5% by weight of the Vector 4211 (- species commercially available from Houston, Texas the Dexco Chemical Company of SIS block copolymer), about 11% Drakeol 600 mineral oil (commercially available from Dickenson, Texas's Penreco Company), about 9% by weight of NVA3900 polystyrene (available from located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada's Nova Chemical Corporation), about 0.25% by weight of Irganox 1010 (commercially available from Tarrytown, New York in Ciba Chemicals), and about 0.25% by weight of Irgafos 168 (Tarrytown, New York white spoon Ciba Chemicals) @ White spoon rocky hill.

[0122] 抗粘连剂:抗粘连剂基本由聚乙烯蜡如购自Honeywell Corporation (Morristown, New Jersey)的A-C617 组成。 [0122] Anti-blocking agent: anti-blocking agent consists essentially of a polyethylene wax such as commercially available from Honeywell Corporation (Morristown, New Jersey) of A-C617 composition.

[0123] 涂敷:利用PAM600喷涂器(购自位于Charlotte,NC的PAM FasteningTechnology)喷涂薄膜。 [0123] is applied: use PAM600 Applicator (available from located in Charlotte, NC's PAM FasteningTechnology) sprayed film. 将喷涂器加热至约127°C (260 0F )。 The coating is heated to about 127 ° C (260 0F). 使抗粘连剂雾化并用0.4MPa(60psi)的压缩空气流驱动。 Fogging and anti-blocking agents make use 0.4MPa (60psi) of air flow driven. 用保持在薄膜之上17. 78cm(7英寸)的喷涂器喷射抗粘连剂,所述薄膜支撑在桌面上。 By keeping on top of the film 17. 78cm (7 inches) sprayer spray anti-blocking agent, the film is supported on the desktop. 均勻涂敷大约0. 5402克的抗粘连剂,以便得到8g/m2 的规一化涂层基重。 Uniform coating of approximately 0.5402 grams of anti-blocking agent, in order to obtain 8g / m2 of a normalized coating basis weight.

[0124] 实施例2 :弹性体薄膜上8g/m2的相变溶剂 [0124] Example 2: a phase change solvent on the elastomeric film 8g / m2 of

[0125] 薄膜:与实施例1所述相同。 [0125] Films: The same as in Example 1.

[0126] 抗粘连剂:抗粘连剂基本由相变溶剂组成,使用具有下式结构的α-辛基-ω-辛 [0126] Anti-blocking agent: anti-blocking agent consists essentially of a phase change solvent composition, having the structural formula α- oct-octyl -ω-

基-低聚(十二烷基对苯二酸酯): Yl - oligo (dodecyl terephthalate):

[0127] [0127]

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[0128] 在以上结构中,n-1的值平均为约1. 8至2. 1。 [0128] In the above structure, the average value of n-1 is from about 1.8 to 2.1.

[0129] 涂敷:利用PAM600喷涂器(购自位于Charlotte,NC的PAM FasteningTechnology)喷涂薄膜。 [0129] is applied: use PAM600 Applicator (available from located in Charlotte, NC's PAM FasteningTechnology) sprayed film. 将喷涂器加热至约127°C (260 0F )。 The coating is heated to about 127 ° C (260 0F). 使抗粘连剂雾化并用0.4MPa(60psi)的压缩空气流驱动。 Fogging and anti-blocking agents make use 0.4MPa (60psi) of air flow driven. 用保持在薄膜之上17. 78cm(7英寸)的喷涂器喷射抗粘连剂,所述薄膜支撑在桌面上。 By keeping on top of the film 17. 78cm (7 inches) sprayer spray anti-blocking agent, the film is supported on the desktop. 均勻涂敷大约0. 5402克的抗粘连剂,以便得到8g/m2 的标准化涂层基重。 Uniform coating of approximately 0.5402 grams of anti-blocking agent, so as to obtain standardized coating basis weight of 8g / m2 of.

[0130] 实施例3 :弹性体薄膜上10. 6g/m2的聚乙烯蜡[0131 ] 薄膜:与实施例1所述相同。 [0130] Example 3: elastomeric films of polyethylene wax 10. 6g / m2 of the [0131] film: the same as described in Example 1.

[0132] 抗粘连剂:与实施例1所述相同。 [0132] Anti-blocking agent: the same as described in Example 1.

[0133] 涂敷:利用PAM600喷涂器(购自位于Charlotte,NC的PAM FasteningTechnology)喷涂薄膜。 [0133] is applied: use PAM600 Applicator (available from located in Charlotte, NC's PAM FasteningTechnology) sprayed film. 将喷涂器加热至约127°C (260 0F )。 The coating is heated to about 127 ° C (260 0F). 使抗粘连剂雾化并用0.2MPa(35psi)的压缩空气流驱动。 Fogging and anti-blocking agents make use 0.2MPa (35psi) of air flow driven. 用保持在薄膜之上5. 08cnK2英寸)的喷涂器喷射抗粘连剂,所述薄膜支撑在桌面上。 Held over the film 5. 08cnK2 inch) of the injection spray anti-blocking agent, the film support on the desktop. 均勻涂敷大约0. 24克的抗粘连剂,以便得到10. 6g/ m2的标准化涂层基重。 Uniform coating of about 0.24 grams of anti-blocking agent, in order to obtain 10. 6g / m2 normalized coating basis weight. 还可通过将喷涂薄膜压缩到加热的液压机内使抗粘连剂熔融,所述液压机按原样购自Carver Inc. (Wabash, IN) 0液压机加热至138°C (280 0F ),并且薄膜可在8896. 4N(2,000磅)的载荷下压缩1秒。 The film also by spraying compressed into a heated hydraulic press to make anti-blocking agent melt, as is the hydraulic machine purchased from Carver Inc. (Wabash, IN) 0 hydraulic press heated to 138 ° C (280 0F), and the film in 8896 The next 4N (2,000 pounds) of payload compression one second. 抗粘连剂形成半连续层。 Anti-blocking agent to form a semi-continuous layer.

[0134] 实施例4 :弹性体薄膜上4. 9g/m2的聚乙烯蜡 4 [0134] EXAMPLE: The elastomeric films of polyethylene wax 4. 9g / m2 of

[0135] 薄膜:与实施例1所述相同。 [0135] Films: The same as in Example 1.

[0136] 抗粘连剂:与实施例1所述相同。 [0136] Anti-blocking agent: the same as described in Example 1.

[0137] 涂敷:与实施例3中所述相同的涂敷技术,但具有以下改进。 [0137] is applied: the embodiment of the same coating technology 3, but with the following improvements. 均勻涂敷大约0. 11 克的抗粘连剂,以便得到4. 9g/m2的标准化涂层基重。 Uniform coating of about 0.11 grams of anti-blocking agent, in order to obtain 4. 9g / m2 basis weight of the coating of standardization.

[0138] 比较实施例5 :净弹件体薄膜 [0138] Comparative Example 5: Net bomb piece body film

[0139] 薄膜:使用与实施例1中所述相同的薄膜。 [0139] Films: Using the same film as described in Example 1.

[0140] 抗粘连剂:无。 [0140] anti-blocking agents: None.

[0141] 测试结果 [0141] The test results

[0142] 实施例1至5在测试前于60°C温度和414kPa(60psi)压力下熟化17小时。 [0142] Example 1-5 was aged before testing for 17 hours at 60 ° C temperature and 414kPa (60psi) pressure. 实施例1至5随后经历如上所述的测试条件。 Example 1 to 5 were then subjected to the test conditions as described above. 表1汇总了每个实施例的T-剥离测试的结果。 Table 1 summarizes the results of each T- peel test embodiment. 含有抗粘连剂的实施例显示抗粘连性。 Example display containing an anti-blocking agent blocking resistance. 实施例1至4的峰值与平均载荷处于可行的加工范围内。 The average peak load of Example 1-4 is in the feasible processing range. 实施例5显示出粘连。 Example 5 shows blocking. 实施例5在薄膜-胶带界面处出现分层。 Example 5 film - delamination occurs at the interface tape. 薄膜被粘连而不能够剥离开。 Film can be peeled off without sticking. 如可由测试结果所理解,与未处理过的薄膜相比,处理过的薄膜显示显著的粘连性降低。 As understood by the test results, compared with the untreated film, the treated film showed a significant decrease in adhesion.

[0143]表 1 [0143] Table 1

[0144] [0144]

Figure CN101166780BD00181

[0145] *四个样本的平均#三个样本的平均_两个样本的平均 Average Average _ [0145] * Four samples average # of three samples of two samples

[0146] ****两个样本彼此完全粘附;测试薄膜与粘合剂之间的粘结失败。 [0146] **** two samples are completely adhered to; the adhesive bond between the film and the test failed.

[0147] 所有在发明详述中引用的文献均在相关部分引入本文以供参考。 [0147] In the detailed description of all references cited are, in relevant part, incorporated herein by reference. 任何文献的引用均不可理解为对其作为本发明的现有技术的认可。 The citation of any document is not to be interpreted as an endorsement of the present invention, the prior art. 当本书面文献中术语的任何定义或含义与引入本文以供参考的文献中术语的任何定义或含义冲突时,将以赋予本文献中术语的定义或含义为准。 When any definition or meaning of the definition or meaning of any conflict in terms of the written document and incorporated herein by reference in terms of literature, this document will be given to the definition of the term or meaning prevail.

[0148] 尽管已用具体实施方案来说明和描述了本发明,但对于本领域的技术人员显而易见的是,在不背离本发明的精神和保护范围的情况下可作出许多其它的变化和修改。 [0148] While particular embodiments have been illustrated and described with the present invention, but for those skilled in the art is obvious that, without departing from the spirit and scope of the present invention may be made of various other changes and modifications. 因此, 有意识地在附加的权利要求书中包括属于本发明范围内的所有这些变化和修改。 It is therefore intended in the appended claims include all such changes and modifications belong to the scope of the present invention.

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