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Tammy Lynn Smith, Ray Baughman, Mary Frances Martin, Wonsik Choi, Jeffrey Moulton: Colored articles and compositions and methods for their fabrication. AlliedSignal, Virginia S Andrews, Melanie L Brown, Roger H Criss, August 3, 1999: US05932309 (56 worldwide citation)

This invention provides improved methods and compositions for achieving material coloration using particle scattering. These coloration effects can be designed to be either highly stable or dependent upon the switching effects of either temperature, integrated thermal exposure, moisture absorption, ...


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Michael Robert Costello, Bernd Roman Keller: Process for separation and recovery of waste carpet components. AlliedSignal DSM, Melanie L Brown, Virginia S Andrews, March 3, 1998: US05722603 (45 worldwide citation)

A process for separating and recovering waste carpet material components, especially face fiber material, includes removing adhesive material from the waste carpet material feedstock to obtain a mixture containing face fiber material which is passed with a liquid medium to a hydrocyclone, where the ...


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Robert M Marshall, Kimon C Dardoufas: Soil resistant yarn finish composition for synthetic organic polymer yarn. Allied Chemical Corporation, Richard A Anderson, Virginia S Andrews, March 11, 1980: US04192754 (41 worldwide citation)

A yarn finish composition is disclosed for incorporation with synthetic organic polymer yarn or yarn products to render the same oil repellent and resistant to soiling. The composition comprises (a) a solution of a salt of dioctyl sulfosuccinate, propylene glycol and water, and (b) a fluorochemical ...


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Sheldon Kavesh, Dusan Ciril Prevorsek: Shaped polyethylene articles of intermediate molecular weight and high modulus. AlliedSignal, Virginia S Andrews, Melanie L Brown, April 7, 1998: US05736244 (36 worldwide citation)

Solutions of intermediate molecular weight polymers from about 200,000 to about 4,000,000, such as polyethylene, in a relatively non-volatile solvent are extruded through an aperature at constant concentration and thereafter stretched at a ratio of at least about 3:1 prior to cooling to form a first ...


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Sheldon Kavesh, Dusan Ciril Prevorsek: Shaped polyethylene articles of intermediate molecular weight and high modulus. AlliedSignal, Virginia S Andrews, Melanie L Brown, Roger H Criss, October 26, 1999: US05972498 (29 worldwide citation)

Solutions of intermediate molecular weight polymers from about 200,000 to about 4,000,000, such as polyethylene, in a relatively non-volatile solvent are extruded through an aperature at constant concentration and thereafter stretched at a ratio of at least about 3:1 prior to cooling to form a first ...


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James Jay Dunbar, Sheldon Kavesh, Dusan Ciril Prevorsek, Thomas Yiu Tai Tam, Gene Clyde Weedon, Robert Charles Wincklhofer: Very low creep, ultra high modulus, low shrink, high tenacity polyolefin fiber having good strength retention at high temperatures and method to produce such fiber. AlliedSignal, Virginia S Andrews, Melanie L Brown, Roger H Criss, September 28, 1999: US05958582 (27 worldwide citation)

By poststretching, at a temperature between about 135.degree. and 160.degree. C., a polyethylene fiber, which has already been oriented by drawing at a temperature within 5.degree. C. of its melting point, an ultra high modulus, very low creep, low shrink, high tenacity polyolefin fiber having good ...


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Maxwell C Hamlyn: Continuous spin-draw polyester process. Allied Chemical Corporation, Virginia S Andrews, Richard A Anderson, February 17, 1981: US04251481 (27 worldwide citation)

A low shrinkage, dimensionally stable, polyester industrial fiber is produced by a process which involves conditions of continuously spinning and drawing filaments wherein the filaments are passed through a steam impinging draw point localizing jet (25) at a temperature of about 460.degree. C. to 58 ...


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Robert M Marshall, Kimon C Dardoufas: Application of fluorocarbon compound to synthetic organic polymer yarn. Allied Chemical Corporation, Richard A Anderson, Virginia S Andrews, February 26, 1980: US04190545 (24 worldwide citation)

Several spin finishes are disclosed for incorporation with synthetic organic polymer yarn or yarn products to render the same oil repellent and resistant to soiling. All of the spin finishes include a yarn finish composition which comprises (a) a nonhomogeneous mixture of a salt of dinonyl sulfosucc ...


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Michael Robert Costello, Forrest Eugene Sloan, Edward Aloysius Duffy, Walter Michael Babb, Allen Edens Ward: Process for recovering high value polymer from carpet selvage waste. AlliedSignal, Melanie L Brown, Virginia S Andrews, Roger H Criss, May 9, 2000: US06059207 (23 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides an inexpensive process which can be placed in the carpet mill to add value to carpet selvage waste by segregating the various materials used to manufacture the selvage waste. The process for segregating at least one component of a carpet selvage waste comprises the ste ...


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Robert M Marshall, Kimon C Dardoufas: Soil resistant yarn finish for synthetic organic polymer yarn. Allied Chemical Corporation, Virginia S Andrews, August 11, 1981: US04283292 (20 worldwide citation)

Emulsion and several spin finishes are disclosed for incorporation with synthetic organic polymer yarn or yarn products to render the same oil repellent and resistant to soiling. The emulsions and spin finishes all include a yarn finish composition which comprises (a) a solution of a salt of dioctyl ...