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Philip L Allen: Insert having part numbers or the like printed at the bottom of retaining recesses. Foam Cutting Engineers, Robert L Marsh, June 14, 1994: US05320223 (70 worldwide citation)

An insert for a tool box drawer or the like has a first lower layer of compressible material such as foam above which is a second upper layer of compressible material. The second upper layer of compressible material has a plurality of cut outs therein, each cut out being in the shape of the silhouet ...


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Winslow L Pettingell: Method of densifying open-celled polyurethane material. Foam Cutting Engineers, Wegner Stellman McCord Wiles & Wood, October 14, 1980: US04228076 (15 worldwide citation)

A method of densifying open-celled polyurethane foam is provided in which heated air at a temperature between about 425.degree. F. and 460.degree. F. is circulated through a mass of the foam so as to rapidly and uniformly raise the temperature of the mass to between about 365.degree. F. and 435.degr ...


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Winslow L Pettingell: Method of applying modifying ingredients to open-celled polyurethane material. Foam Cutting Engineers, Wegner Stellman McCord Wiles & Wood, February 14, 1978: US04073979 (7 worldwide citation)

The method of treating open-celled polyurethane foam by the application of a modifying ingredient, such as a dye, pigment, color stabilizer or fire retardant, for example, wherein the method comprises the steps of (a) applying an excess of a liquid solution or dispersion of the modifying ingredient ...


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Winslow L Pettingell, John F Hall: Cleaning method and apparatus for parabolic cellular louvers for lighting fixtures. Foam Cutting Engineers, Wood Dalton Phillips Mason & Rowe, November 13, 1984: US04482391 (5 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for cleaning a lighting fixture louver of the type which has parabolic cells that are open top and bottom. A cleaning roller of a graft polyol polyether urethane having an indentation load deflection of the order of 100 has a surface which consists of circumferentially discrete rows of ...


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Winslow L Pettingell: Method of densifying open-celled polyurethane material. Foam Cutting Engineers, Wood Dalton Phillips Mason & Rowe, November 19, 1985: USRE032032

A method of densifying open-celled polyurethane foam is provided in which heated air at a temperature between about 425.degree. F. and 460.degree. F. is circulated through a mass of the foam so as to rapidly and uniformly raise the temperature of the mass to between about 365.degree. F. and 435.degr ...


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Winslow L Pettingell: Method of applying modifying ingredients to open-celled polyurethane material. Foam Cutting Engineers, Wood Dalton Phillips Mason & Rowe, March 5, 1985: USRE031844

The method of treating open-celled polyurethane foam by the application of a modifying ingredient, such as a dye, pigment, color stabilizer or fire retardant, for example, wherein the method comprises the steps of (a) applying an excess of a liquid solution or dispersion of the modifying ingredient ...


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Winslow L Pettingell: Apparatus for applying a modifying ingredient to open-celled polyurethane material. Foam Cutting Engineers, Wood Dalton Phillips Mason & Rowe, August 18, 1987: US04686932

An apparatus for applying a modifying ingredient to a mass of open-celled polyurethane foam includes the application of an excess of a liquid solution or dispersion of the modifying ingredient to the mass of foam. A fixed frame mounts a plurality of spaced, generally parallel lower backing rollers. ...


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Pettingell Winslow L: Methode pour rendre plus compact du polyurethane alveolaire, Method of densifying open-celled polyurethane material. Foam Cutting Engineers, MEREDITH & FINLAYSON, March 23, 1982: CA1120223

METHOD OF DENSIFYING OPEN-CELLED POLYURETHANE MATERIAL ABSTRACT A method of densifying open-celled polyurethanefoam is provided in which heated air at a temperature betweenabout 425�F and 460�F is circulated through a mass of the foamso as to rapidly and uniformly raise the temperature of themass to ...


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Pettingell Winslow L: Mode dapplication de modificateurs a un materiel fait de polyurethanne a alveoles ouvertes, Method of applying modifying ingredients to open-celled polyurethane material. Foam Cutting Engineers, March 18, 1980: CA1073759

ABSTRACT The method of treating open-celled polyurethane foamby the application of a modifying ingredient, such as a dye,pigment, color stablizer or fire retardant, for example, whereinthe method comprises the steps of (a) applying an excess of aliquid solution or dispersion of the modifying ingredi ...


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