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Charles Sperry
Melendy Peter S, Belanger Richard A, Sperry Charles R: Bulk system for hot melt adhesive application. Adhesive Technologies, Melendy Peter S, Belanger Richard A, Sperry Charles R, CLARK Conrad J, April 15, 1999: WO/1999/018027

A system for the supply of hot melt adhesive includes a heating tank (2) for holding, and heating a large amount of glue (3). The tank (2) is maintained at a temperature whereby the glue (3) is liquid but does not char. A heat grid (36) is located in the bottom of the tank (2) to heat the glue (3) t ...


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Barbara A Soltz, Dale P DeVore, Braden P DeVore, Robert Soltz, Michael A Soltz: Light energized tissue adhesive conformal patch. Tissue Adhesive Technologies, Barlow Josephs & Holmes, August 10, 2004: US06773699 (55 worldwide citation)

Consistent with the present invention, tissue adhesive compositions and an associated laser exposure system are provided for bonding or sealing biological tissues. The compositions are comprised of chemically derivatized soluble collagen which is formulated to concentrations ranging from 300 mg/ml ( ...


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Barbara A Soltz, Dale P DeVore, Braden P DeVore, Robert Soltz, Michael A Soltz: Composite tissue adhesive. Tissue Adhesive Technologies, Barlow Josephs & Holmes, September 6, 2005: US06939364 (47 worldwide citation)

Consistent with the present invention, tissue adhesive compositions and an associated laser exposure system are provided for bonding or sealing biological tissues. The compositions are comprised of chemically derivatized soluble collagen which is formulated to concentrations ranging from 300 mg/ml ( ...


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Robert L Ornsteen, Peter S Melendy, Dennis J Fitzmeyer: Cool melt glue. Adhesive Technologies, Berman Aisenberg & Platt, August 20, 1991: US05041482 (20 worldwide citation)

Hot-melt adhesives, useful for both glue-port and glue-gun applications, are formulated so that they can be applied at temperatures no higher than 280.degree. F. and preferably at temperatures of at most 250.degree. F. The adhesive compositions have a heat resistance of at least 125.degree. F. and a ...


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Dale P DeVore, Braden P DeVore, Barbara A Soltz, Robert Soltz, Michael A Soltz: Method for making a light energized tissue adhesive. Tissue Adhesive Technologies, Barlow Josephs & Holmes, August 24, 2004: US06780840 (17 worldwide citation)

Consistent with the present invention, tissue adhesive compositions and an associated laser exposure system are provided for bonding or sealing biological tissues. The compositions are comprised of chemically derivatized soluble collagen which is formulated to concentrations ranging from 300 mg/ml ( ...


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Dale P DeVore, Braden P DeVore, Barbara A Soltz, Robert Soltz, Michael A Soltz: Light energized tissue adhesive. Tissue Adhesive Technologies, Barlow Josephs & Holmes, April 5, 2005: US06875427 (15 worldwide citation)

Consistent with the present invention, tissue adhesive compositions and an associated laser exposure system are provided for bonding or sealing biological tissues. The compositions are comprised of chemically derivatized soluble collagen which is formulated to concentrations ranging from 300 mg/ml ( ...


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Robert L Ornstern, Peter S Melendy, Dennis J Fitzmeyer: Cool melt glue. Adhesive Technologies, Jacobson Price Holman & Stern, December 13, 1994: US05373049 (9 worldwide citation)

Hot-melt adhesives, useful for both glue-pot and glue-gun applications, are formulated so that they can be applied at temperatures no higher than 280.degree. F. and preferably at temperatures of at most 250.degree. F. The adhesive compositions have a heat resistance of at least 125.degree. F. and ar ...


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Richard A Belanger: Elongate hand held glue gun. Adhesive Technologies, Clark & Brody, November 23, 2004: US06820768 (7 worldwide citation)

A hand held hot melt glue gun has an elongate body portion that is easily held in a user's palm for accurate placement of the glue. The body forms a heat chamber that lies in the body parallel to the longitudinal axis of the body. A trigger mechanism operates by motion transverse to the longitu ...


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Ornsteen Robert L, Melendy Peter S, Fitzmeyer Dennis J: Cool melt glue.. Adhesive Technologies, January 31, 1990: EP0353048-A2 (3 worldwide citation)

Hot melt adhesives, useful for both glue-pot and glue-gun applications, are formulated so that they can be applied at temperatures no higher than 280 DEG F. and preferably at temperatures of at most 250 DEG F. The adhesive compositions have a heat resistance of at least 125 DEG F. and are readily sh ...


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Richard A Belanger: Fast response heater for a glue gun. Adhesive Technologies, Clark & Brody, June 8, 2004: US06747251 (3 worldwide citation)

A heating system for a hand-held glue gun has a low-mass melting chamber, high-power resistance heating element, and thermostat (