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Theodore P Scanga, Matthew P Kiley, Robert J Metz, Fred R Schultz: Retortable container with easily-openable lid. Aluminum Company of America, Gary P Topolosky, January 2, 1990: US04890759 (55 worldwide citation)

An easily-openable container lid made from a laminate material which includes a thick outer thermoplastic layer, a thin intermediate gas barrier layer, preferably of metallic foil, and a heat-sealable inner coating or film layer. A score line extends only partially through the outermost layer of thi ...


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Gary A O Neill, John W Novak, Edward S Martin: Method for removing arsenic or selenium from an aqueous solution containing a substantial background of another contaminant. Aluminum Company of America, Gary P Topolosky, June 19, 1990: US04935146 (52 worldwide citation)

A method is disclosed for reducing the amount of a first contaminant and second contaminant in a solution to environmentally safe levels, said solution having a substantially greater amount of the first contaminant than the second contaminant. The method comprises: contacting the solution with an ac ...


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Stephen F Baumann, Edward L Colvin, Robert W Hyland Jr, Jocelyn I Petit: Aluminum magnesium alloy product containing dispersoids. Aluminum Company of America, Gary P Topolosky, David V Radack, April 29, 1997: US05624632 (52 worldwide citation)

An aluminum alloy product for use as a damage tolerant product for aerospace applications, including fuselage skin stock. The aluminum alloy composition contains about 3-7 wt % magnesium, about 0.03-0.2 wt % zirconium, about 0.2-1.2 wt % manganese, up to 0.15 wt % silicon and about 0.05-0.5 wt % of ...


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Scott C Biondich: Pressure resistant end shell for a container and method and apparatus for forming the same. Aluminum Company of America, William J O Rourke Jr, Gary P Topolosky, February 12, 1991: US04991735 (43 worldwide citation)

An end shell for a container, as well as a method and an apparatus for making the same, is provided, comprising a central wall and an annular groove around and below the general plane of the central wall. The annular groove is defined inwardly by a panel wall integrally connected to the central wall ...


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Donald R Bias: Vehicular lug nut cover and clip. Aluminum Company of America, Gary P Topolosky, January 21, 1992: US05082409 (43 worldwide citation)

A cover for a bolt and an annular nut having a plurality of generally planar, side surfaces comprises a shell including a closed end portion and a plurality of side surfaces extending downwardly from the closed end portion. Each side surface of the shell has a generally planar inner wall that termin ...


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Douglas A Pilling, George Korzeniowski: Method for pultruding fiber-reinforced, thermoplastic stock. Aluminum Company of America, Gary P Topolosky, May 19, 1992: US05114516 (41 worldwide citation)

A method for making substantially continuous, fiber-reinforced resin stock without drawing the fibers through a separate resin bath comprises: providing a plurality of fiber layers and resin film layers for positioning into an array having fiber layers for its outermost layers. This array is passed, ...


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Vincent T Russell: Cover for a bolt and nut. Aluminum Company of America, David J Hill, Gary P Topolosky, January 7, 1997: US05590992 (32 worldwide citation)

A one-piece, reuseable cover is provided for an assembly of a threaded bolt and an associated annular nut, wherein a portion of the bolt extends through the nut. The cover includes a closed top end portion and a generally cylindrical sidewall extending from the closed top end portion so as to define ...


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James R Anglin, Julie A Urbanski, Theresa S Knighton: Lubricated sheet product and lubricant composition. Aluminum Company of America, Gary P Topolosky, September 30, 1997: US05672401 (32 worldwide citation)

Metal sheet product, more particularly food can stock and beer and beverage can tab, end and body stock, is treated with a lubricant made by blending a mixture consisting essentially of about 25-90 wt.% of: (i) an ester selected from the group consisting of: bis(2-ethylhexyl)sebacate (or DOS), butyl ...


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Ann Smith: Flexible safety belt buckle guard. Gary P Topolosky, October 9, 1990: US04961251 (32 worldwide citation)

A safety belt buckle guard comprising a flexible body of fabric adapted to wrap around an engaged belt buckle assembly, a rigid member for preventing depression of the release mechanism on said belt buckle assembly, means for positioning the rigid member adjacent the flexible body or attaching it th ...


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G William Kuhlman, Paul E Magnusen, Paul L Mehr, Dell F Skluzak, Andrew C Spitznas, Paul T Wang, Charles J Warren, Kenton P Young, John A Schelin: Aluminum alloy thick plate product and method. Aluminum Company of America, Gary P Topolosky, Carl R Lippert, January 11, 1994: US05277719 (32 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a method of producing a forged and rolled Al-Zn-Cu-Mg alloy plate product having improved fatigue properties in the long transverse direction. The method comprises providing a body of an Al-Zn-Cu-Mg alloy, working said body by a forging operation to reduce its thickness in a C direction ...