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Kevin M Foley, David I B VanderHooven, Jerry D Hull: Method of sealing pores, and lost circulation additive therefor. The Andersons, Rotary Drilling Services, William Preston Hickey, January 27, 1981: US04247403 (27 worldwide citation)

By separating the woody ring portion of corncobs from the pith and chaff portions a lost circulation additive for drilling muds is produced which does not appreciably increase the yield point of the drilling mud. Improved particle size distributions for lost circulation additives is also given and c ...


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James R Lynch, Timothy Birthisel, Chris S Taylor: Water-dispersible pellets. The Andersons Agriservices, Gifford Krass Groh Sprinkle Anderson & Citkowski P C, April 26, 2005: US06884756 (25 worldwide citation)

A water-dispersible particle for delivery of nitrogen to a plant is disclosed. The water-dispersible particle also delivers an active ingredient such as a plant hormone to a desirable plant or a pesticide or herbicide to an undesirable organism. Methods for making and using the water-dispersible par ...


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Daniel R Kory, Glenn E Hall: Cat litter and process of making. The Andersons, Gifford Krass Groh Sprinkle Anderson & Citkowski P C, April 25, 2000: US06053125 (23 worldwide citation)

A biodegradable, clumpable cat litter made from corncob and biomass components. The animal litter is a mixture of heavy density particles and light density particles. The heavy density particles are formed of corncob grit and the light density particles are formed of sized pellets of light weight co ...


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Anderson Robert J: Dust filter. The Andersons, Leonard Henry K, June 4, 1974: US3813853 (22 worldwide citation)

A dust filter having a housing that is divided by a horizontal partition into an upper clean gas plenum and a lower contaminated gas plenum. A circumferentially extending plurality of vertical, parallel cells are located in the lower plenum and their upper ends open through the partition into the cl ...


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K Duane Leedy, Norman A Peiffer: Cellulose absorbent product and method of manufacture. The Andersons, Gifford Groh Sprinkle Patmore and Anderson, November 5, 1991: US05062954 (22 worldwide citation)

An absorbent cellulose product and method of making the product. Preferably chaff and pith corncob components form the cellulose starting material which is reduced, moisture added, compressed or pelletized, sheared by passage through a roller mill and classified to produce a granular product of comp ...


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Anderson Robert J: Particulate material-drying apparatus and method. The Andersons, February 29, 1972: US3645006 (19 worldwide citation)

A method of drying particulate material, particularly that which, like grain, has a critical degree of heat tolerance, while the material forms and moves through a bed of material, utilizing a heated dry gaseous medium and passing the same to and in direct contact with the bed-forming and traversing ...


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Jerome D Orr: Powder coating booth. The Fishing Group, The Andersons, Gifford Krass Groh Sprinkle Patmore Anderson & Citkowski, March 14, 1995: US05397394 (18 worldwide citation)

A powder coating booth and a recirculating air system is provided for electrostatic coating of articles. The booth includes an operator compartment and a spray chamber. A recirculating fan supplies air to the operator compartment which passes through a window into the spray chamber. The fan also pro ...


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Glenn E Hall, Daniel R Kory: Cellulosic carrier. The Andersons, Gifford Groh Sprinkle Patmore and Anderson, May 4, 1993: US05207389 (18 worldwide citation)

A granular, biodegradable carrier made from a naturally occurring cellulose material such as corncobs, wood shavings or saw dust, rice hulls, peanut shells and pecan shells. A maximum density cellulose carrier product is produced in a wide variety of granule size ranges by the process of reducing th ...


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Charles W Anderson, Timothy D Birthisel: Dispersible potash pellets. The Andersons, Gifford Krass Sprinkle Anderson & Citkowski P C, September 7, 2010: US07789932 (16 worldwide citation)

A water-dispersible particle is provided that includes a sulfate or phosphate of potash in an amount ranging from 5% to 99.9% by weight of the total dry weight of the particle. A binder component is present in an amount from 1% to 95% by weight. The sulfate or phosphate of potash and the binder comp ...


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James W Welshimer, Nadine C Dunn, Timothy D Birthisel: Manufactured granular substrate and method for producing the same. The National Lime and Stone Co, The Andersons Agriservices, Marshall & Melhorn, September 2, 2003: US06613138 (15 worldwide citation)

A manufactured granular substrate composition suitable for use as a carrier for active chemical agents. The composition includes one or more mineral components having a bulk density greater than about 70 pounds per cubic foot. The composition also contains about one or more light weight additives an ...



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