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Green Robert Franklin: Wall structure and device for sealing thereof. Johns Manville Corporation, Krone Robert M, McClain James W, November 18, 1975: US3919820 (97 worldwide citation)

A wall structure is described which contains joints sealed by a system operating in accordance with the rain screen principle. Adjacent panels have facing edge grooves and an air sealing member between the panels on the interior side thereof. A rain screen baffle, retained in only one of said groove ...


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Bogosian Theodore Oscar: Device for fencing and absorbing contaminating oil spills on water. Johns Manville Corporation, June 19, 1973: US3739913 (93 worldwide citation)

An elongate body of oil absorbing material and flotation material including longitudinal reinforcing or strengthening means whereby a plurality of bodies can be linearly disposed in end-to-end relationship for temporarily fencing oil spills on water for retention and absorption of the oil.The body c ...


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Raymond L Corbin, Robert F Reinhart: Asphalt shingle for simulating a tiled roof. Johns Manville Corporation, Robert M Krone, Joseph J Kelly, Gregory W O Connor, June 23, 1981: US04274243 (84 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to the field of roof coverings, specifically laminated roof shingles formed of mineral granule covered, asphalt saturated felt material. The disclosed shingle when combined with other shingles on a roof deck simulates a tile covered roof. This simulation is accomplished ...


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Meserole Robert H: Method of replacing a damaged bulkhead panel. Johns Manville Corporation, December 18, 1973: US3778954 (81 worldwide citation)

A method of replacing a damaged panel in a bulkhead without the necessity of removing or temporarily repositioning undamaged panels on either side thereof. First, the damaged panel is removed by complete destruction. Thereafter grooves are formed on the edges of undamaged panels which face the openi ...


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Thomas Harry Sadler, Ronald Neal Cerny: Joint assembly for insulating high temperature fluid carrying conduits. Johns Manville Corporation, Robert M Krone, Joseph J Kelly, Stephen C Shear, February 8, 1977: US04006920 (81 worldwide citation)

A joint assembly connected with one end of a heat insulated conduit which includes an outer casing, a concentric inner core and an intermediate concentric layer of insulation material is disclosed herein. This assembly defines a passage extending from the conduit core outwardly to the outer surface ...


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George John Hannes, Theodore Richard Rohweder, Hans Wendell Dreikorn, Philip Bickford Shepherd: Fibrous mat especially suitable for roofing products. Johns Manville Corporation, Robert M Krone, Joseph J Kelly, Stephen C Shear, September 5, 1978: US04112174 (65 worldwide citation)

An economical and uniform fibrous glass mat displaying improved tear strength and a wet forming process of making such a mat is disclosed herein. The mat, which is especially suitable as a carrier material in the manufacture of asphalt shingles or other such roofing products, includes a web of base ...


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Earl J Graser: Picnic cooler container. Johns Manville Corporation, Robert M Krone, Joseph J Kelly, Norvell E Von Behren, May 11, 1982: US04328923 (54 worldwide citation)

A picnic cooler container is disclosed which is utilized in packaging a plurality of multiple articles such as cans of beverage or the like. The cans are inserted into the container through the ends of the container package. The container is designed to be opened by the purchaser of the container wi ...


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Andrew Musz, John A Hoehler, Susan F Hilt, William H Kielmeyer: Method of providing thermal insulation and product therefor. Johns Manville Corporation, Robert M Krone, Joseph J Kelly, Charles C Corbin, January 16, 1979: US04134242 (51 worldwide citation)

A free flowing thermal insulation which may be installed by auger feeding, blowing or pouring is disclosed. Granular material having a requisite K value (e.g., 0.20-0.315 BTU-in/.degree.F-ft.sup.2 -hr) is a major component of the insulation and is thoroughly mixed with a minor component of fibrous t ...


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Francis Joseph Patry: Roof facia arrangement. Johns Manville Corporation, Robert M Krone, Joseph J Kelly, Stephen C Shear, July 26, 1977: US04037372 (51 worldwide citation)

A roof facia arrangement comprising part of an overall facia system is disclosed herein. The arrangement includes a facia receiver which is adapted to rest in a self-aligning fashion against adjoining top and side surfaces at the top edge portion of a building and a facia cover plate which is adapte ...


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John M Pallo, Donald E Shisler: Method of operation of a refractory fiber production process. Johns Manville Corporation, Robert M Krone, Joseph J Kelly, James W McClain, December 9, 1980: US04238213 (49 worldwide citation)

An improved process for the centrifugal spinning of refractory fibers is described. In the improved process rotor circumferential speeds of at least about 21,000 linear feet per minute (6,400 linear meters per minute) are used. In a preferred embodiment the circumferential surfaces of the rotors are ...



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