Method Of Producing Incontinence Articles In The Form Of Pants - Patent 8100173

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Description: The invention concerns a continuous method for producing incontinence articles in the form of pants for receiving body excrements, comprising a front belly section and a rear back section, which are connected to each other at side seam areas onboth sides during production to form a belly and back band, which is continuous in the transverse or peripheral hip direction and has a hip opening that is closed in the peripheral hip direction, and a crotch section which has an absorbent body andextends in a longitudinal direction between the belly section and the back section, and is permanently attached to the belly section and to the back section, wherein the crotch section as well as the belly section and the back section define the legopenings of the incontinence article, wherein first elastification means are provided in the belly section and the back section, which extend in the transverse or peripheral hip direction at a separation from each other and parallel to each other toextensively elastify the belly area and the back area, wherein second elastification means are provided in an area of the belly section and the back section on the crotch side facing the leg openings (i.e. remote from the hip), which extend starting fromthe two side seam areas towards a longitudinal center axis of the incontinence article in a curved shape, thereby fanning out with increasing separation from each other. A three-component incontinence article of this type is disclosed e.g. in the German patent application DE 10 2007 055524.7 of the Assignee, which has not been previously published. In this specific product concept, an H-shaped basic structure of the incontinence article is realized by joining the crotch section, which extends in the longitudinal direction, to the belly section, which extends substantially in the transverseor peripheral hip direction, and to the correspondingly extending back section when these three components are flatly extended. The incontinence article is th