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Gerald H Scheibner: Interlocking closure device having controlled separation and improved ease of occlusion. First Brands Corporation, Gary L Wamer, May 31, 1988: US04747702 (23 worldwide citation)

A female closure element comprising a U-shaped channel element including a profile portion comprising a base portion having a pair of spaced-apart, parallelly disposed webs extending from the base portion and terminating in hooks extending nonlinearly from the webs and facing each other. The hooks e ...


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Robert W McCullough, Thomas A Hewett: Solar heater with bondless honeycomb heat trap. Union Carbide Corporation, Gary L Wamer, June 15, 1982: US04334524 (23 worldwide citation)

A solar heater including a housing having a transparent front wall for passing incident solar radiation, a radiation absorbent collector element positioned in the housing and arranged to accept incident solar radiation passing through the front wall, means for passing a fluid medium to be heated thr ...


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Peter M Woyciesjes, Aleksei V Gershun, Stephen M Woodward: Process for treatment of aqueous soluions of polyhydric alcohols. First Brands Corporation, Gary L Wamer, June 29, 1993: US05223144 (22 worldwide citation)

The process relates to the treatment of aqueous solutions of polyhydric alcohols to remove heavy metal components, oils, organic contaminants and, optionally, water. The process is particularly well suited for use in the treatment of spent antifreeze/coolant from the cooling systems of internal comb ...


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John D Sherman, Chien C Chao: Separation of mannose by selective adsorption on zeolitic molecular sieves. Union Carbide Corporation, Gary L Wamer, September 11, 1984: US04471114 (22 worldwide citation)

A process for the separation of mannose is disclosed which comprises the selective adsorption of same on certain types of zeolitic molecular sieves. The process is especially useful for separating mannose from glucose epimerization product or plant tissue hydrolyzate, using zeolites selected from th ...


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Edward N Biel, Edward B Tucker: Low temperature impact and puncture resistant thermoplastic films and bags therefrom. First Brands Corporation, Gary L Wamer, October 23, 1990: US04965108 (22 worldwide citation)

Thermoplastic films and bag structures having improved low temperature impact and puncture resistance properties and high resistance to heat comprise a film layer comprising a blend of polypropylene copolymer and a material selected from polyisobutylene, very low density polyethylene, polybutylene, ...


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Steven W Kaiser: Small olefin interconversions. Union Carbide Corporation, Gary L Wamer, July 2, 1985: US04527001 (22 worldwide citation)

The process for the interconversion of "small olefins" selected from the class consisting of ethylene, propylene, butenes and mixtures thereof comprising contacting said small olefin(s) with non-zeolitic molecular sieves.


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Thomas R Cassin, Victor B Jex, William N Matulewicz, Dale A McKenzie, Paul H Mohr: Organosiloxane-silicate copolymer antifreeze composition with nitrate corrosion inhibitor. First Brands Corporation, Gary L Wamer, February 16, 1988: US04725405 (22 worldwide citation)

A corrosion-inhibited heat transfer composition concentrate comprising an alcohol, an organosiloxane/silicate copolymer, and a corrosion inhibiting amount of a nitrate salt. Such coolant concentrate may suitably be diluted with from about 25% to about 90% by weight of water based upon the weight of ...


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Robert L Chiang, Raymond G Perigard, Jule A Rabo: Catalytic cracking catalysts. Union Carbide, Gary L Wamer, May 13, 1986: US04588701 (21 worldwide citation)

Catalytic cracking catalysts and catalytic cracking process wherein the cracking catalysts are prepared by: (1) contacting a mixture of a large pore zeolite and an inorganic oxide matrix at effective conditions of temperature, pH and time with a fluoro salt; and (2) ammonium exchanging the product o ...


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Harry A Landeck: Apparatus and process for high speed waterjet cutting of extensible sheeting. First Brands Corporation, Gary L Wamer, October 30, 1990: US04966059 (21 worldwide citation)

A process and apparatus for high-speed waterjet cutting of moving extensible thermoplastic film at a selvage portion thereof wherein the film is supported during cutting by a solid support surface, the waterjet is captured in the course of cutting in an open passage within the support and the open p ...