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James J Hlaban

age ~74

from Ogdensburg, WI

Also known as:
  • Hlaben J James
  • Jim Hlaban

James Hlaban Phones & Addresses

  • Ogdensburg, WI
  • 1429 Silverwood Ln, Neenah, WI 54956 • (920)7224335
  • Winnebago, WI
  • Watersmeet, MI
  • Manawa, WI
  • N5967 Murray Rd, Ogdensburg, WI 54962 • (920)2447456

Work

  • Position:
    Protective Service Occupations

Education

  • Degree:
    High school graduate or higher

Us Patents

  • Labial Pad

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  • US Patent:
    D466997, Dec 10, 2002
  • Filed:
    Aug 27, 2001
  • Appl. No.:
    29/147354
  • Inventors:
    Ronald Lee Edens - Cumming GA
    James John Hlaban - Neenah WI
    Laura Jay Keely - Neenah WI
    Thomas Patrick Keenan - Appleton WI
    Sylvia Bandy Little - Marietta GA
    Mary Lou McDaniel - Appleton WI
    Stephen Lanard Nunn - Appleton WI
    William Grover Reeves - Appleton WI
    Heather A. Sorebo - Appleton WI
    Susan Marie Weyenberg - Appleton WI
  • Assignee:
    Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Inc. - Neenah WI
  • International Classification:
    2404
  • US Classification:
    D24124
  • Apparatus And Method For Forming A Layer Of Blended Fibers Into A Continuous Web

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  • US Patent:
    2004007, Apr 22, 2004
  • Filed:
    Oct 16, 2002
  • Appl. No.:
    10/271868
  • Inventors:
    James Hlaban - Ogdensburg WI,
    Scott Dobslaw - Winchester WI,
    Daniel Heuer - Fremont WI,
    Michael Lewis - Kaukauna WI,
    Stephen Nunn - Appleton WI,
    Thomas Keenan - Appleton WI,
    Richard Kubalek - Appleton WI,
    Dale Fischer - Neenah WI,
    Moshe Saraf - Menasha WI,
  • Assignee:
    Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Inc.
  • International Classification:
    D01H005/00
  • US Classification:
    019/243000, 442/411000
  • Abstract:
    The invention is directed a method and system for forming a layer of blended fibers into a continuous web. In one aspect, the apparatus includes blending apparatus for blending first and second fibers. The blended fibers are conveyed to a fiber collection station. A collecting and feeding apparatus at the fiber collection station has a feed chute that receives the blended fibers and an outlet for discharging the fibers. An accumulation chute between the inlet and outlet accumulates a column of the blended fibers. Fibers from the column are fed through the outlet as an initial layer of blended fibers to a forming station. A fiberizing apparatus at the forming station breaks up the initial layer into individual fibers. The individual fibers are deposited on a reforming conveyor as a reformed layer of blended fibers. The layer of blended fibers can be used in making absorbent pads, such as feminine protection pads.
  • Pad Folding System And Method

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  • US Patent:
    7758485, Jul 20, 2010
  • Filed:
    Oct 16, 2002
  • Appl. No.:
    10/272397
  • Inventors:
    Richard W. Kubalek - Appleton WI,
    Thomas P. Keenan - Appleton WI,
    Stephen L. Nunn - Appleton WI,
    Moshe Saraf - Menasha WI,
    Scott D. Dobslaw - Winchester WI,
    Dale J. Fischer - Neenah WI,
    Daniel J. Heuer - Fremont WI,
    James J. Hlaban - Ogdensburg WI,
    Michael K. Lewis - Kaukauna WI,
  • Assignee:
    Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Inc. - Neenah WI
  • International Classification:
    B31B 1/26
  • US Classification:
    493231, 493254, 493397, 493356
  • Abstract:
    The invention is directed to method and system for folding pads. In one aspect, the system includes a conveyor for conveying a series of pads, one after another, to a folding station. A folding apparatus at the folding station folds each pad along said major axis as the pad is conveyed in a forward direction. The folding apparatus includes a hold-down member adapted to contact a center section of each pad extending generally parallel to said major axis as the pad is conveyed forward. The folding apparatus also includes a pair of folders on opposite sides of the hold-down member adapted to contact side sections of the pad on opposite sides of said major axis as the pad is fed forward and as it is held down by the hold-down member to fold the side sections of the pad to positions facing one another. The pads may be used as feminine protection pads.
  • Engagement Element For A Labial Pad

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  • US Patent:
    2002018, Dec 12, 2002
  • Filed:
    Dec 31, 2001
  • Appl. No.:
    10/038969
  • Inventors:
    Ronald Edens - Cumming GA,
    James Hlaban - Neenah WI,
    Laura Keely - Neenah WI,
    Thomas Keenan - Appleton WI,
    Sylvia Little - Marietta GA,
    Mary McDaniel - Appleton WI,
    Stephen Nunn - Appleton WI,
    William Reeves - Appleton WI,
    Heather Sorebo - Appleton WI,
    Susan Weyenberg - Appleton WI,
  • International Classification:
    A61F013/15
    A61F013/20
  • US Classification:
    604/385170, 604/385010
  • Abstract:
    An absorbent article (), such as a labial pad, configured for disposition within the vestibule () of a female wearer. The absorbent article () may be worn by females for catamenial purposes, incontinence protection, or both. The absorbent article () also includes an engagement element ().
  • Labial Pad Having A Notch

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  • US Patent:
    2002019, Dec 19, 2002
  • Filed:
    Dec 31, 2001
  • Appl. No.:
    10/036990
  • Inventors:
    Ronald Edens - Cumming GA,
    James Hlaban - Neenah WI,
    Laura Keely - Neenah WI,
    Thomas Keenan - Appleton WI,
    Sylvia Little - Marietta GA,
    Mary McDaniel - Appleton WI,
    Stephen Nunn - Appleton WI,
    William Reeves - Appleton WI,
    Heather Sorebo - Appleton WI,
    Susan Weyenberg - Appleton WI,
  • International Classification:
    A61F013/15
    A61F013/20
  • US Classification:
    604/385170, 604/385010
  • Abstract:
    An absorbent article () such as a labial pad configured for disposition within the vestibule () of a female wearer. The labial pad may be worn by human females for catamenial purposes, incontinence protection or both, and has at least one notch () generally formed in the periphery thereof.
  • Finger-Receiving Area For A Labial Pad

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  • US Patent:
    2002019, Dec 19, 2002
  • Filed:
    Dec 31, 2001
  • Appl. No.:
    10/037286
  • Inventors:
    Ronald Edens - Cumming GA,
    James Hlaban - Neenah WI,
    Laura Keely - Neenah WI,
    Thomas Keenan - Appleton WI,
    Sylvia Little - Marietta GA,
    Mary McDaniel - Appleton WI,
    Stephen Nunn - Appleton WI,
    William Reeves - Appleton WI,
    Heather Sorebo - Appleton WI,
    Susan Weyenberg - Appleton WI,
  • International Classification:
    A61F013/15
    A61F013/20
  • US Classification:
    604/385170, 604/385010
  • Abstract:
    An absorbent article (), such as a labial pad, configured for disposition within the vestibule () of a female wearer. The absorbent article () may be worn by females for catamenial purposes, incontinence protection, or both, and has a finger-receiving area of dimensions sufficient to receive at least a portion of at least one finger of the female wearer.
  • Finger-Receiving Area For A Labial Pad

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  • US Patent:
    2002019, Dec 19, 2002
  • Filed:
    Dec 31, 2001
  • Appl. No.:
    10/039452
  • Inventors:
    Ronald Edens - Cumming GA,
    James Hlaban - Neenah WI,
    Laura Keely - Neenah WI,
    Thomas Keenan - Appleton WI,
    Sylvia Little - Marietta GA,
    Mary McDaniel - Appleton WI,
    Stephen Nunn - Appleton WI,
    William Reeves - Appleton WI,
    Heather Sorebo - Appleton WI,
    Susan Weyenberg - Appleton WI,
  • International Classification:
    A61F013/15
    A61F013/20
  • US Classification:
    604/385170, 604/385010
  • Abstract:
    An absorbent article (), such as a labial pad, configured for disposition within the vestibule () of a female wearer. The absorbent article () may be worn by females for catamenial purposes, incontinence protection, or both, and has a finger-receiving area of dimensions sufficient to receive at least a portion of at least one finger of the female wearer.
  • Labial Pad Having A Notch

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  • US Patent:
    2003020, Nov 6, 2003
  • Filed:
    Dec 31, 2001
  • Appl. No.:
    10/036635
  • Inventors:
    Ronald Edens - Cumming GA,
    James Hlaban - Neenah WI,
    Laura Keely - Neenah WI,
    Thomas Keenan - Appleton WI,
    Sylvia Little - Marietta GA,
    Mary McDaniel - Appleton WI,
    Stephen Nunn - Appleton WI,
    William Reeves - Appleton WI,
    Heather Sorebo - Appleton WI,
    Susan Weyenberg - Appleton WI,
  • International Classification:
    A61F013/15
    A61F013/20
  • US Classification:
    604/385170, 604/368000, 604/385010
  • Abstract:
    An absorbent article (), such as a labial pad configured for disposition within the vestibule () of a female wearer. The labial pad may be worn by females for catamenial purposes, incontinence protection or both, and has at least one notch () generally formed in the periphery thereof.

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