Henry S Intili: Antimicrobial paper. Microban Products Company, Charles R Rhodes, Judith E Garmon, August 6, 1985: US04533435 (41 worldwide citation)

An antimicrobial additive is incorporated into the binding agent of a heavy-duty, kraft-type paper having the characteristics of substantial density, air impermeability, and improved printability. The antimicrobial additive migrates from within the binding agent onto the paper fibers to substantiall ...

Ivan W Ong, Julia M Watterson legal representative, C Barry Wilson: Antimicrobial radiation curable coating. Microban Products Company, Cliff D Weston, August 29, 2006: US07098256 (36 worldwide citation)

The invention is a radiation curable coating containing an antimicrobial agent, where upon irradiation with UV light, the radiation curable coating rapidly cures to a polymeric coating. The polymeric coating has durable antimicrobial properties, being especially effective at preventing the growth of ...

Glenn F Cueman, William D Hanrahan: Antimicrobial brush. Microban Products Company, Dougherty & Associates, August 29, 2000: US06108847 (34 worldwide citation)

A brush having antimicrobial characteristics that inhibit bacterial growth. The antimicrobial agents, compounds or chemicals are embedded in either the body or bristles or both of the brush. Further, the present invention is a method of manufacturing a brush having antimicrobial characteristics that ...

Arvind S Patil: Antimicrobial treatment of enclosed systems having continuous or intermittent fluid flow. Microban Products Company, Dougherty & Clements, May 29, 2001: US06238575 (34 worldwide citation)

An enclosed fluid system that is resistant to the formation of biofilm at any and all points of contact between system components and the fluid stored or transported therethrough. The enclosed fluid system includes a point of fluid entry, such as a pump from a well, and a point of fluid exit, such a ...

Robert S Watterson III, William D Hanrahan: Antimicrobial fiberglass reinforced plastic composite. Microban Products Company, Dougherty & Associates, July 6, 1999: US05919554 (22 worldwide citation)

A fiber reinforced plastic (FRP) composite having antimicrobial characteristics that inhibit bacterial growth includes a polyester resin composition and an antimicrobial agent incorporated therein. The polyester resin composition includes a polyester resin, high modulus fiber reinforcements, a curin ...

Arvind S Patil: Antimicrobial semi-permeable membranes. Microban Products Company, Dougherty Clements & Hofer, April 1, 2003: US06540915 (20 worldwide citation)

Cast semi-permeable membranes made from synthetic polymer used in reverse osmosis, ultrafiltration and microfiltration are treated with a non-leaching antimicrobial agent to prevent its bio-fouling and bacterial breakthrough. The semi-permeable membranes include a polymeric material and a non-leachi ...

Arvind S Patil: Antimicrobial filter cartridge. Microban Products Company, Dougherty & Associates, January 9, 2001: US06171496 (19 worldwide citation)

An antimicrobial microfiltration filter is made from a bundle of polymeric semipermeable hollow fibers treated with an antimicrobial agent and a microporous filter medium which may also be treated with an antimicrobial agent.

Arvind S Patil, Gilbert Patrick: Bacteriostatic filter cartridge. Microban Products Company, Dougherty & Clements, September 4, 2001: US06283308 (17 worldwide citation)

A bacteriostatic filter cartridge having a porous core member about which is layered a yarn and/or a polyester membrane and/or melt blown web of polypropylene and/or a trilaminate polypropylene membrane, any or all of which may be impregnated with an antimicrobial agent. The filter cartridge is size ...

Arvind S Patil: Method of making an antimicrobial sintered porous plastic filter. Microban Products Company, Kennedy Covington Lobdell & Hickman, February 1, 2005: US06849214 (17 worldwide citation)

An improved sintered porous thermoplastic filter incorporating a second thermoplastic treated with a non-leaching antimicrobial agent for the purification of liquids. The method of making the filter is also disclosed.

Howard Wayne Swofford, Stephen A Payne, Kevin Dean Drake: Antimicrobial wallboard. Microban Products Company, Stanley B Baker, July 27, 2004: US06767647 (17 worldwide citation)

A gypsum wallboard that exhibits antimicrobial characteristics is disclosed. A method for making the wallboard is also disclosed. Suitable antimicrobial agents that may be applied to the wallboard or any components thereof include propiconazole, sodium pyrithione, tolyl diiodomethyl sulfone; tebucon ...