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Hergenrother William Lee, Matlock Mark Gregory, Ambrose Richard Joseph: Impact resistant polymeric compositions containing polyamides, maleic anhydride adducts of hydrogenated polymers and graft copolymers thereof.. Firestone Tire & Rubber Co, March 21, 1984: EP0103148-A1 (21 worldwide citation)

Polymeric compositions having resistance to impact comprising (a) from about 50 to about 90 percent by weight of a polyamide having a number average molecular weight of at least 10,000 and (b) from about 10 to about 50 percent by weight of a maleic anhydride adduct of a hydrogenated polymer of one o ...


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Improvements in or relating to tire construction. Firestone Tire & Rubber Co, August 15, 1956: GB755137-A (19 worldwide citation)

755,137. Tyre treads. FIRESTONE TIRE & RUBBER CO. April 29, 1954 [Aug. 21, 1953], No. 12433/54. Class 144 (2). A tyre tread comprises a pair of circumferential parallel zig-zag crown ribs 13, 14, defining a zig-zag groove 17, which are flanked on each side by a series of circumferentially-spaced gen ...


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Carpentier Jean M, Vorih William J: Method for manufacturing a first stage radial tire for vehicles.. Firestone Tire & Rubber Co, November 25, 1987: EP0246497-A2 (17 worldwide citation)

A method for manufacturing a first stage radial tire consisting of two superimposed tubular layers, of which the first, composed solely of elastomeric materials, is formed from a central innerliner, two lateral abrasion strips and two sidewalls, and the second consists of a body ply formed from a te ...


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Alliger Glen: Pneumatic tyre and method of manufacturing it.. Firestone Tire & Rubber Co, January 9, 1980: EP0006425-A1 (16 worldwide citation)

Pneumatic tire having a cast body of viscoelastic material, a carbon black-reinforced rubber tread (11) and a girdle member (17). The cast body is continuous and extends from one bead area to the other encompassing the entire sidewalls of the tire and a crown portion (14) radially inward of the rubb ...


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Kay Edward L Dr, Gutierrez Richard Mr: Process for extracting rubber and by-products from guayule and guayule-like shrubs.. Firestone Tire & Rubber Co, November 18, 1981: EP0039910-A1 (14 worldwide citation)

Rubber, hydrocarbons, i.e., resins, and other useful by-products are extracted from shrubs such as guayule and guayule-like shrubs by a procedure wherein the shrub, after being comminuted, is processed in an aqueous and/or a non-aqueous system. An optional water treatment step can be used to remove ...


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Bohm Georg G A: Rubber powders and methods of producing and using rubber powders.. Firestone Tire & Rubber Co, February 15, 1984: EP0100434-A2 (14 worldwide citation)

Rubber powders comprising unvulcanized rubber particles with an anti-tack agent covering are disclosed. These powders are made directly from rubber and anti-tack agent mixtures by mechanical action at a temperature above the glass transition temperature of the rubber. Typical rubbers used include NR ...


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Robert T Beinor, William M Cole: Solvent fractionation of guayule rubber. The Firestone Tire & Rubber Co, Daniel N Hall, November 18, 1986: US04623713 (13 worldwide citation)

A method and composition are disclosed wherein guayule rubber is fractionated into desirable weight average molecular weight fractions by a desired solvent system. Oftentime, a plurality of fractionating steps is utilized wherein the desirable molecular weight rubber fraction is precipitated or extr ...


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Schonfeld Steven E, Ravagnani Frederick J, Hergenrother William L: A cured rubber skin stock and its use.. Firestone Tire & Rubber Co, April 1, 1981: EP0025840-A1 (13 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a composition for the improvement of the adhesion between conventional rubber skim stock compositions, utilized in the manufacture of tires, conveyor belts, hoses and the like, and metallic reinforcement cords or members such as bright steel. The invention composition is prepared by add ...