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Jose P Gamarra: Cable sealing apparatus comprising heat resistant gel compositions. Raychem Corporation, Bernard J Lyons, Herbert G Burkard, July 17, 1990: US04942270 (98 worldwide citation)

This invention provides cable sealing apparatus comprising styrene-ethylene-butylene-styrene triblock copolymer-oil compositions which are temperature resistant and nonmeltable. They have a viscosity at 200.degree. C. of at least 200 poise. The compositions can be molded under pressure at elevated t ...


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Robert S Dubrow, Christine J Holland, Randolph W Chan, Albert R Martin, Dennis C Siden, Paul B Germeraad: Shielding and sealing gaskets. Raychem Corporation, Herbert G Burkard, Bernard J Lyons, February 13, 1990: US04900877 (70 worldwide citation)

This invention provides E.M.I. gaskets for electrically shielding and environmentally sealing the space between two surfaces which comprises a metallic electrically conductive deformable structure adapted for forming electrical contact with said surfaces and/or providing electrical shielding in the ...


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Stephen H Diaz, Gabe Cherian, Stephen Morris, John R Vinson, David Crofts, Anthony J Moore: Circuit protection device. Raychem, Herbert G Burkard, Bernard J Lyons, May 22, 1990: US04928199 (59 worldwide citation)

A circuit protection device for protecting electrical circuits against voltage transients comprises a chip package which includes a threshold switch device formed from an amorphous composition.


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Martin Sweet: Circuit protection device. Raychem, Bernard J Lyons, Herbert G Burkard, May 8, 1990: US04924340 (56 worldwide citation)

A circuit protection device for protecting an electrical circuit from a voltage transient, e.g. a voltage transient caused by an electrostatic discharge, lightning or a nuclear electromagnetic pulse, comprises a threshold switching element formed from an amorphous composition comprising arsenic, sul ...


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Brian Clark, William D Uken, Paul Schoenstein, Geary Camin: Environmental sealing of a substrate. Raychem Corporation, Bernard J Lyons, Herbert G Burkard, December 19, 1989: US04888070 (47 worldwide citation)

Environmental sealing may be achieved by means of a flexible envelope having therein a sealing material having a cone penetration value preferably from 100-350 (10.sup.-1 mm) and an ultimate elongation of at least 100%. The material is preferably mechanically deformed preferably by shear and prefera ...


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David Uken, R Grant Truesdale Jr, Daniel L Swan: Gel-filled cap member. Raychem Corporation, Bernard J Lyons, Herbert G Burkard, November 28, 1989: US04883431 (45 worldwide citation)

A gel-filled cap member having a retaining nut member therein for receiving a threaded contact member and a notch, at the open end of the cap member, for at least partially receiving a wire to be connected to the threaded contact member. The cap member may also have a portion at the open end of the ...


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Catherine A Dittmer, Robert S Dubrow: Thermally conductive gel materials. Raychem Corporation, Bernard J Lyons, Herbert G Burkard, August 1, 1989: US04852646 (44 worldwide citation)

This invention provides new heat transfer materials comprising gels and particulate fillers and having a composite heat transfer coefficient greater than 2 watts/m-.degree. K. and preferably greater than 15. The materials are easily conformable to irregularly shaped surfaces and have low TO-3 therma ...


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Judy Hardy, Kenneth Wallington: Article for protecting a substrate. Raychem, Herbert G Burkard, Bernard J Lyons, October 24, 1989: US04875870 (33 worldwide citation)

An article for protecting a multiconductor connector comprising a container containing a layer of gel. In one embodiment the container can be moved relative to the container to compress the gel to seal the connector. In another embodiment the gel layer contains a plurality of holes which tend to clo ...


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Guillaume M G Peronnet, Jean Christian C Delamotte: Circuit protection device. Raychem Pontoise, Herbert G Burkard, Bernard J Lyons, August 28, 1990: US04952173 (28 worldwide citation)

A circuit protection device that can be incorporated into a coaxial cable connector for protecting the circuit from a voltage transient, comprises an annulus 11 that has a central aperture for receiving a central conductor, e.g. pin, of the connector. The annulus is electrically insulating and has a ...


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David Crofts, Martin A Wright: Circuit protection arrangement. Raychem, Bernard J Lyons, Herbert G Burkard, February 21, 1989: US04807081 (8 worldwide citation)

An arrangement for protecting an electrical circuit from a voltage transient having a fast rise time, e.g. in the order of 20 Vns.sup.-1 comprises a number of semiconductive threshold foldback switching elements preferably formed from a chalcogenide glass, in parallel with one another between the cu ...