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Colin C Felton: Composite roofing panel. Teel Plastics, Foley & Lardner, January 10, 2006: US06983571 (19 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a composite panel for use in construction, and particularly for shingling, which comprises natural fiber and a polymer. Due to its composition and layout the construction panel provides all of the advantages of natural materials and high end roofing materials, particul ...


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Michael R Risgaard, Thomas Frank: Plant protector. Teel Plastics, Foley & Lardner, March 19, 2002: US06357172 (15 worldwide citation)

A plant protector is positionable about the base of a young tree or other plant. The protector has first and second shells, each formed of a rigid material and having a semi-cylindrical shaped portion and with flanges extending outwardly from and running longitudinally along the semi-cylindrical por ...


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Joseph J Spitz, Robert C Asam: Ampoule protector and method of construction thereof. Teel Plastics, Boyle Fredrickson S C, April 29, 2014: US08708196

A fluid delivery device includes a compressible sleeve configured to hold a fluid-holding container such as an ampoule or capsule. The sleeve is compressible so as to be able to shatter the container under user-applied force to release the contents of the container for application to a desired locat ...


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Joseph J Spitz, Bradley Felton: Method of providing color variation in an extruded product. Teel Plastics, Foley & Lardner, September 14, 2006: US20060205846-A1

A process is provided for forming a building product having a color variation representative of a “natural” building material. The process includes feeding a first amount of a first material and a second amount of a second material to an extruder, mixing at least a portion of the first amount with a ...


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SPITZ Joseph J, ASAM Robert C: PROTECTEUR POUR AMPOULE ET PROCÉDÉ DE FABRICATION ASSOCIÉ, AMPOULE PROTECTOR AND METHOD OF CONSTRUCTION THEREOF. TEEL PLASTICS, SPITZ Joseph J, ASAM Robert C, MCCONNELL Andrew S, June 21, 2012: WO/2012/083141

A fluid delivery device (10) includes a compressible sleeve (12) configured to hold a fluid- holding container (14) such as an ampoule or capsule. The sleeve is compressible so as to be able to shatter the container under user-applied force to release the contents of the container for application to ...