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Erwin Rauh: Hose pump for the exact dosing of small quantities of liquids. Loctite Europa E E I G, Steven C Bauman, Eugene F Miller, December 2, 1997: US05693020 (150 worldwide citation)

A hose pump has a hose bed (24) and a number of rollers (25) wich are housed in rotatable manner on a rotary-driven roller holder (22) on a pitch circle (21) and are moved by the roller holder (22) on an orbital path at a distance from the hose bed (24). That distance is chosen such that the rollers ...


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Samuel Q S Lin, Steven T Nakos: UV curable silicone rubber compositions. Loctite Corporation, Walter J Steinkraus, Eugene F Miller, June 23, 1987: US04675346 (100 worldwide citation)

Compositions of (a) a silicone resin characterized by an intermediate region free of acrylic groups, at least 150 siloxane units long, and terminal acrylic groups; (b) at least 10% of a fumed silica filler; and (c) a photoinitiator, can be cured by UV irradiation to tough elastomeric materials usefu ...


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Qcheng S Lien, Steven T Nakos: Dual curing silicone, method of preparing same and dielectric soft-gel compositions thereof. Loctite Corporation, Walter J Steinkraus, Eugene F Miller, July 9, 1985: US04528081 (61 worldwide citation)

Novel dual curing silicones are terminated with acrylic functional dialkoxy or diaryloxy silyl groups. They are prepared by condensation of a silanol terminated silicone with a silane represented by the formula ##STR1## where R.sup.3 is alkyl or aryl, R.sup.4 is H or C.sub.1-5 alkyl and R.sup.5 is a ...


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John T O Connor: Toughened cyanoacrylates containing elastomeric rubbers. Loctite Corporation, Walter J Steinkraus, Eugene F Miller, April 3, 1984: US04440910 (59 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are cyanoacrylate adhesive compositions containing elastomeric polymers as fillers. Preferred fillers are the acrylic rubbers. Filler concentration range from about 0.5-40% by weight of the composition. Beneficial results include improved toughness of the cured compositions, as measured by ...


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Samuel Q S Lin, Anthony F Jacobine: Siloxane polyphotoinitiators of the substituted acetophenone type. Loctite Corporation, Walter J Steinkraus, Eugene F Miller, August 13, 1985: US04534838 (56 worldwide citation)

An organopolysiloxane photoinitiator having an average of at least two siloxane units, of which at least an average of one siloxane unit per organopolysiloxane molecule has the formula:


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Peter A Salamon, JoAnn DeMarco: Lens blocking/deblocking method. Loctite Corporation, Radhika P Raju, Edward K Welch II, Eugene F Miller, January 10, 1995: US05380387 (43 worldwide citation)

In a method for manufacturing ophthalmic, telescopic, microscopic, etc. lenses, the use of a radiation (e.g., UV or visible light) curable adhesive formulation containing a predominant amount of an acrylic capped organic prepolymer; a lesser amount of an ethylenically unsaturated diluent monomer; a ...


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David P Melody, Daniel A Doherty, John F O Grady, Richard D Rich: Accelerator for curable acrylic ester compositions. Loctite Corporation, Jean B Mauro, Eugene F Miller, December 25, 1979: US04180640 (43 worldwide citation)

Curable acrylate ester compositions having as an accelerator for the polymerization a hydrazine derivative of the formula R.sup.1 --HN--NH--CO--R.sup.2 and as a co-accelerator, an acid having a pK.sub.a of less than about 6. The compositions may optionally be formulated as two-part compositions with ...


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Samuel Q S Lin: Polyphotoinitiators and compositions thereof. Loctite Corporation, Walter J Steinkraus, Eugene F Miller, October 16, 1984: US04477326 (42 worldwide citation)

Polysiloxane polymers with photoinitiating functionality. The polymers may be obtained by reacting .alpha.-allylbenzoin ethers with a siloxane or polysiloxane containing a plurality of silicon hydride groups. Alternatively, the allylbenzoin ethers may be reacted with a hydrolyzable hydrosilane and f ...


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Richard D Rich: Accelerator for curable compositions. Loctite Corporation, J Rodney Reck, Jean B Mauro, Eugene F Miller, September 1, 1981: US04287330 (41 worldwide citation)

Curable acrylate ester compositions having as an accelerator for the polymerization a hydrazine derivative of the formula R.sup.1 --HN--NH--CO--R.sup.2. Typical of the monomers are the polyalkylene-glycol dimethacrylates and the so-called urethane acrylates. Polymerization is preferably initiated by ...



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