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Daniel Vanderheiden

age ~50

from Appleton, WI

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  • Daniel Vander Heiden
  • Dani Vanderheiden
  • Danl Vanderheiden
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Daniel Vanderheiden Phones & Addresses

  • Appleton, WI
  • 4011 N Liberty Ln, Kaukauna, WI 54130 • (920)4233585
  • Freedom, WI
  • N4596 Mccabe Rd, Kaukauna, WI 54130 • (920)6550301

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  • Position:
    Executive, Administrative, and Managerial Occupations

Education

  • Degree:
    Graduate or professional degree

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Consumer Goods

Us Patents

  • Soft Absorbent Tissue Containing Derivitized Amino-Functional Polysiloxanes

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  • US Patent:
    6514383, Feb 4, 2003
  • Filed:
    Nov 15, 2001
  • Appl. No.:
    10/003220
  • Inventors:
    Geoffrey Fenn Carlow - Neenah WI
    Timothy Dale Ferguson - Appleton WI
    Amber Marie Fortune - Kaukauna WI
    Daniel John VanderHeiden - Menasha WI
    Heath David Van Wychen - Kimberly WI
  • Assignee:
    Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Inc. - Neenah WI
  • International Classification:
    D21H 1759
  • US Classification:
    1621644, 162109, 162111, 162112, 162113, 162135
  • Abstract:
    A tissue product having improved hand feel and good wettability is produced by printing onto one or both sides of the tissue an aqueous emulsion containing a derivitized amino-functional polysiloxane. The derivitized amino-functional polysiloxane structure has one or more pendant groups containing an amine derivative.
  • Soft Absorbent Tissue Treated With A Chemical Composition

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  • US Patent:
    6599394, Jul 29, 2003
  • Filed:
    Mar 14, 2002
  • Appl. No.:
    10/098087
  • Inventors:
    Amber Marie Fortune - Kaukauna WI
    Geoffrey Fenn Carlow - Neenah WI
    Timothy Dale Ferguson - Appleton WI
    Heath David Van Wychen - Kimberly WI
    Daniel John VanderHeiden - Menasha WI
  • Assignee:
    Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Inc. - Neenah WI
  • International Classification:
    D21H 2122
  • US Classification:
    162158, 162109, 162127, 162129, 162130, 162135
  • Abstract:
    A tissue product having improved hand feel and good wettability is produced by printing onto one or both sides of the tissue an aqueous emulsion containing a hydrophilically-modified amino-functional polydimethylsiloxane. The hydrophilically-modified amino-functional polydimethylsiloxane structure has one or more pendant groups containing an ethylene oxide moiety and/or propylene oxide moiety.
  • Soft Absorbent Tissue

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  • US Patent:
    2002011, Aug 22, 2002
  • Filed:
    Feb 20, 2001
  • Appl. No.:
    09/788739
  • Inventors:
    Amber Fortune - Kaukauna WI,
    Geoffrey Carlow - Neenah WI,
    Timothy Ferguson - Appleton WI,
    Roger Wendler - Sherwood WI,
    Heath Van Wychen - Kimberly WI,
    Daniel VanderHeiden - Menasha WI,
  • International Classification:
    D21H011/00
  • US Classification:
    162/164400
  • Abstract:
    A tissue product having improved hand feel and good wettability is produced by printing onto one or both sides of the tissue an aqueous emuslion containing a hydrophilically-modified amino-functional polydimethylsiloxane. The hydrophilically-modified amino-functional polydimethylsiloxane structure has one or more pendant groups containing a terminal amine functionality and at least one pendant group containing an ethylene oxide moiety.
  • Heated Embossing And Ply Attachment

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  • US Patent:
    2003011, Jun 19, 2003
  • Filed:
    Dec 19, 2001
  • Appl. No.:
    10/025190
  • Inventors:
    James Baggot - Menasha WI,
    Tammy Baum - Neenah WI,
    Paul Pauling - Appleton WI,
    Geoffrey Carlow - Neenah WI,
    Alexander Gunn - North Augusta SC,
    Timothy Ferguson - Appleton WI,
    Daniel Vanderheiden - Menasha WI,
    Roger Wendler - Sherwood WI,
    James Wood - Hortonville WI,
  • International Classification:
    D21H027/30
    B31F001/07
  • US Classification:
    156/251000, 162/117000, 162/123000, 162/132000, 162/206000, 162/286000, 156/252000, 156/308200, 156/513000, 156/515000
  • Abstract:
    The present invention is generally directed to a process for hot embossing a base sheet and/or to a process for perforating and bonding multiple plies of a paper product together. The process can be used in order to apply a decorative pattern to a paper product and/or to bond multiple ply products together. In one embodiment, the process of the present invention includes feeding a previously formed single ply or multi-ply base sheet through a heated embossing nip. As the base sheet passes through the heated embossing nip, sufficient heat and pressure is imparted to cause the fibers within the sheet to begin to melt or glassinate. Upon cooling, inter-fiber bonding occurs resulting in a well-defined embossment as well as bonding between plies of a multi-ply product.
  • Heated Embossing And Ply Attachment

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  • US Patent:
    2005024, Nov 3, 2005
  • Filed:
    Jul 1, 2005
  • Appl. No.:
    11/173116
  • Inventors:
    James Baggot - Menasha WI,
    Tammy Baum - Neenah WI,
    Paul Pauling - Appleton WI,
    Geoffrey Carlow - Neenah WI,
    Alexander Gunn - North Augusta SC,
    Timothy Ferguson - Appleton WI,
    Daniel Vanderheiden - Menasha WI,
    Roger Wendler - Sherwood WI,
    James Wood - Hortonville WI,
  • International Classification:
    D21H027/30
    B31F001/07
  • US Classification:
    162117000, 162123000, 162109000, 162133000, 162132000, 428153000, 428154000, 156209000, 162362000
  • Abstract:
    The present invention is generally directed to a process for hot embossing a base sheet and/or to a process for perforating and bonding multiple plies of a paper product together. The process can be used in order to apply a decorative pattern to a paper product and/or to bond multiple ply products together. In one embodiment, the process of the present invention includes feeding a previously formed single ply or multi-ply base sheet through a heated embossing nip. As the base sheet passes through the heated embossing nip, sufficient heat and pressure is imparted to cause the fibers within the sheet to begin to melt or glassinate. Upon cooling, inter-fiber bonding occurs resulting in a well-defined embossment as well as bonding between plies of a multi-ply product.

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Process Engineer At Kimberly-Clark

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Location:
Oshkosh, Wisconsin Area
Industry:
Consumer Goods

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Easton Area High School, ...

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Graduates:
Daniel Vanderheiden (1982-1986),
Beth Federico (1978-1982),
Lori Spaziani (1984-1988),
Michelle Dickey (2000-2004)

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