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Russell Robert G, Mize Rodney, Runyan Gary Lee, Harrington Bruce A, Chapman Bryan R, Dunaway David B, Allermann Gerd Arthur: Crosslinked polyethylene articles and processes to produce same. Exxonmobil Chemical Patents, Zurn Pex, Russell Robert G, Mize Rodney, Runyan Gary Lee, Harrington Bruce A, Chapman Bryan R, Dunaway David B, Allermann Gerd Arthur, LUNDEEN Daniel N, December 31, 2008: WO/2009/002653 (6 worldwide citation)

A high strength, flexible crosslinked polyethylene (PEX) material is provided wherein the base polymer is intermixed with a polymer modifier which affects the amorphous region of the polymer, leaving the crystalline portion of the base polymer virtually unaffected. Consequently, the amorphous region ...


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Gary Lee Runyan, Bruce A Harrinton, Bryan R Chapman, David B Dunaway, Gerd Arthur Allenmann, Robert G Russell, Rodney Mize: Crosslinked polyethylene articles and processes to produce same. ExxonMobil Chemical Patents, Zurn Pex, Daniel N Lundeen, Lundeen & Lundeen PLLC, June 5, 2012: US08192813 (2 worldwide citation)

A high strength, flexible crosslinked polyethylene (PEX) material is provided wherein the base polymer is intermixed with a polymer modifier which affects the amorphous region of the polymer, leaving the crystalline portion of the base polymer virtually unaffected. Consequently, the amorphous region ...


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Robert G Russell, Rodney Mize, Gary Lee Runyan, Bruce A Harrington, Bryan R Chapman, David B Dunaway, Gerd Arthur Allermann: Crosslinked polyethylene process. ExxonMobil Chemical Patents, Zurn Pex, Daniel N Lundeen, Lundeen & Lundeen PLLC, April 22, 2014: US08703030

A method for producing a high strength, flexible crosslinked polyethylene (PEX) material is provided wherein the base polymer is intermixed with a polymer modifier which affects the amorphous region of the polymer, leaving the crystalline portion of the base polymer virtually unaffected. Consequentl ...


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RUSSELL ROBERT G, MIZE RODNEY, RUNYAN GARY LEE, HARRINGTON BRUCE A, CHAPMAN BRYAN R, DUNAWAY DAVID B, ALLERMANN GERD ARTHUR: ARTICLES DE POLYETHYLENE RETICULE ET LEURS PROCEDES DE FABRICATION, CROSSLINKED POLYETHYLENE ARTICLES AND PROCESSES TO PRODUCE SAME. EXXONMOBIL CHEMICAL PATENTS, ZURN PEX, EXXONMOBIL CHEMICAL PATENTS, ZURN PEX, BORDEN LADNER GERVAIS, April 23, 2013: CA2686762

A high strength, flexible crosslinked polyethylene (PEX) material is provided wherein the base polymer is intermixed with a polymer modifier which affects the amorphous region of the polymer, leaving the crystalline portion of the base polymer virtually unaffected. Consequently, the amorphous region ...


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Gary Lee Runyan, Bruce A Harrington, Bryan R Chapman, David B Dunaway, Gerd Arthur Allermann, Robert G Russell, Rodney Mize: Crosslinked polyethylene articles and processes to produce same. Exxonmobil Chemical Company, Zurn Pex, Lundeen & Lundeen Pllc, December 25, 2008: US20080317990-A1

A high strength, flexible crosslinked polyethylene (PEX) material is provided wherein the base polymer is intermixed with a polymer modifier which affects the amorphous region of the polymer, leaving the crystalline portion of the base polymer virtually unaffected. Consequently, the amorphous region ...


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Brian Fiorisi: Clamping Tool. Zurn PEX, The Webb Law Firm PC, December 20, 2007: US20070289353-A1

A clamping tool has first and second handles operatively connected to first and second jaws, e.g. clamping or crimping jaws and a retractable third handle attached to the first handle. A spring biases the first and second handles toward a non-engaging position and a restraint arrangement maintains t ...


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Robert G Russell, Rodney Mize, Gary Lee Runyan, Bruce A Harrington, Bryan R Chapman, David B Dunaway, Gerd Arthur Allermann: Crosslinked polyethylene process. Exxonmobil Chemical Company, Zurn Pex, May 12, 2011: US20110111153-A1

A method for producing a high strength, flexible crosslinked polyethylene (PEX) material is provided wherein the base polymer is intermixed with a polymer modifier which affects the amorphous region of the polymer, leaving the crystalline portion of the base polymer virtually unaffected. Consequentl ...


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Russell Robert G, Mize Rodney, Runyan Gary Lee, Harrington Bruce A, Chapman Bryan R, Dunaway David B, Allermann Gerd Arthur: Crosslinked polyethylene articles and processes to produce same. Exxonmobil Chem Patents Zurn Pex, Yang Lifang, June 16, 2010: CN200880021048

A high strength, flexible crosslinked polyethylene (PEX) material is provided wherein the base polymer is intermixed with a polymer modifier which affects the amorphous region of the polymer, leaving the crystalline portion of the base polymer virtually unaffected. Consequently, the amorphous region ...