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Eugene C Gilbert: Perforated elastomeric soft film and wound dressing made therewith. The B F Goodrich Company, Nestor W Shust, Alfred D Lobo, James R Lindsay, September 19, 1989: US04867150 (68 worldwide citation)

The perforations in a film-faced wound dressing have been discovered to have edges which, though clearly defined, lack the ability to cut the neoepithelium of a healing wound, with the result that the film affords an unexpectedly high degree of comfort during movement of the patient- and most partic ...


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Robert J Bynoe: Insulated roof construction. The B F Goodrich Company, James R Lindsay, Woodrow W Ban, January 8, 1985: US04492064 (51 worldwide citation)

A built-up insulated roof construction is provided that includes panels of closed-cell thermal insulation foam disposed over a water-impermeable barrier layer. A protective layer is applied over the panels of thermal insulation foam. The upper face of the insulation panels contains grooves or channe ...


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Richard E Hartman: Insulative panel. The B F Goodrich Company, James R Lindsay, January 10, 1984: US04425396 (40 worldwide citation)

The panel (10) has a rigid foam layer (12) of synthetic organic polymeric foam, a protective weathering layer (14) of thermoplastic sheet material and a generally flexible backer layer (16) of stereoreticulate material interposed between the foam and weathering layers. Interstices (30) of the backer ...


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William R Babbin: Vulcanization of hose composites protected with thermoplastic jackets. The B F Goodrich Company, James R Lindsay, Daniel J Hudak, December 17, 1985: US04559095 (34 worldwide citation)

A method is described for curing an elastomeric tubular article having a thermoplastic jacket thereon. The curing is achieved either by heat or by microwave radiation. After curing, the thermoplastic jacket is removed.


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Changkiu Keith Riew, Alan R Siebert, Eugene H Rowe: Epoxy resin plastics. The B F Goodrich Company, James R Lindsay, August 15, 1978: US04107116 (34 worldwide citation)

Hard and strong epoxy resin products of high impact resistance are made from a di-epoxy compound, a smaller than equivalent proportion of a dicarboxylic acid which functions as a chain extender, and a bifunctional liquid elastomer, together with a curing agent active at elevated temperatures. Prefer ...


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Biing Lin Lee, Cameron Cranston: Shear processing thermoplastics in the presence of ultrasonic vibration. The B F Goodrich Company, James R Lindsay, Daniel J Hudak, December 27, 1988: US04793954 (30 worldwide citation)

Various processing advantages are gained when ultrasonic vibration is applied to a thermoplastic processing apparatus such as an extruder or an injection molding device. Such advantages include improved flow rate, reduced processing pressure, and consequently reduced processing temperature to mold o ...


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Richard E Hartman: Fastener plate. The B F Goodrich Company, James R Lindsay, October 25, 1988: US04780039 (30 worldwide citation)

A fastener plate for use in association with a fastener in a roof structure is described. The fastener plate includes a disc-shaped plastic member that has a depending central portion extending from its lower planar face and a depending peripheral flange. A metal insert seated in an opening within t ...


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E Douglas Dickens Jr, Anthony M Mazany: Passivated rare earth magnet or magnetic material compositions. The B F Goodrich Company, James R Lindsay, Daniel J Hudak, January 29, 1991: US04988755 (29 worldwide citation)

Oxidation of particles of rare earth magnetic materials is greatly reduced when a passivating agent such as an oxidation resistant composition or corrosion inhibitor or combinations thereof, is coated thereon. The oxidation resistant composition is a binary or a ternary composition made from (a) at ...


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Lee Traynor: Polymethylene pyrroles and electrically conductive polymers thereof. The B F Goodrich Company, James R Lindsay, Alfred D Lobo, December 11, 1984: US04487667 (28 worldwide citation)

Cycloalk-2-enes and cycloalk-2-ene-dienes are found to be Michael acceptors which react with tosylmethylisocyanide to form bicyclo fused-ring compounds. A wide variety of substituents may be introduced on the alkylene ring with the aid of the carbonyl group(s) on the fused-ring compound.


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Changkiu K Riew, Alan R Siebert, Eugene H Rowe: Compositions containing epoxy resin, chain extender, functionally terminated elastomer and curing agent. The B F Goodrich Company, James R Lindsay, June 29, 1976: US03966837 (28 worldwide citation)

Hard and strong epoxy resin products of high impact resistance are made from a di-epoxy compound, a smaller than equivalent proportion of chain extender which is preferably a bis-phenol, and about 5% (based on the amount of the di-epoxy compound) of a functionally terminated elastomer which is prefe ...