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Joseph J Kaplo, Peter E Mertinooke, Alan J DeMello: EMI-shielding gasket. Amesbury Group, Testa Hurwitz & Thibeault, June 4, 1996: US05522602 (17 worldwide citation)

One embodiment of a gasket for shielding electromagnetic interference passing through a seam between first and second electrically conductive bodies includes a base for securing the gasket to the first, electrically conductive body and a multiplicity of discrete, elongate, metallized filaments proje ...


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Alexander Z Chernyak, Richard T Arvidson, Alan J DeMello, Grant E Wylie: Apparatus and method for making pile articles and improved pile articles made therewith. UltraFab, Kenneth J Lukacher, Martin Lukacher, November 2, 2010: US07824513 (12 worldwide citation)

Filamentary materials, such as yarn (18), is wound a frame (28), provided by pairs of movable filaments or wires (35, 38), about which the end of the spindle (22) rotates provides the turns (26) of the winding as the article having the winding is moved along a process path. Mechanically or hydraulic ...


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James V Albanese, Robert C Horton, Alan J DeMello, Thongdy Chanthabane: Wrapped pile weatherstripping and methods of making same. Ultrafab, Kenneth J Lukacher, Martin Lukacher, February 8, 2011: US07883594 (10 worldwide citation)

Pile weatherstripping, which is clad with a wrapping of a film (14, 25, 104, 216) of flexible material, has one or more rows (19, 27, 100, 102, 212, 214) of pile (10, 24, 105, 233) on a backing (12, 28, 106, 218) in side-by-side relationship. The wrapping film material conforms to the outside surfac ...


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Alan J DeMello: Weatherstrip with releasable protective covering. Ultrafab, George R McGuire, David B Woycechowsky, Bond Schoeneck & King, November 15, 2011: US08056287 (9 worldwide citation)

A pile weatherstrip has a pile of yarn ultrasonically welded to a backing strip inside a channel defined by flanges, called pile directors, which direct the pile perpendicularly with respect to the backing. A film provides a covering for the pile and is releasably attached to the flanges on the outs ...


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Alan J DeMello, Douglas W Hartford, Peter E Mertinooke, Dan C Muessel, Louis Halberstadt: Process for extruding low density foam using water blowing agent. Amesbury Group, Testa Hurwitz & Thibeault, August 4, 1998: US05788889 (7 worldwide citation)

In a process for extruding a low density foam, a foamable thermoplastic elastomer such as a thermoplastic rubber is selected. The selected thermoplastic elastomer is then fed into a heated extruder barrel where it is compressed and melted by the action of a screw. A blowing agent consisting of water ...


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Alan J DeMello, Douglas W Hartford, Peter E Mertinooke, Dan C Muessel, Louis Halberstadt: Process for extruding low density foam using water as a blowing agent. Amesbury Group, Testa Hurwitz & Thibeault, March 4, 1997: US05607629 (5 worldwide citation)

In a process for extruding a low density foam, a foamable thermoplastic elastomer such as a thermoplastic rubber is selected. The selected thermoplastic elastomer is then fed into a heated extruder barrel where it is compressed and melted by the action of a screw. A blowing agent consisting of water ...


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Alexander Z Chernyak, Richard T Arvidson, Alan J DeMello, Grant E Wylie: Apparatus and methods for making pile articles and improved pile articles made therewith. Ultrafab, Kenneth J Lukacher Law Group, February 5, 2013: US08367181 (1 worldwide citation)

Filamentary materials, such as yarn (18), is wound a frame (28), provided by pairs of movable filaments or wires (35, 38), about which the end of the spindle (22) rotates provides the turns (26) of the winding as the article having the winding is moved along a process path. Mechanically or hydraulic ...


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Alan J DeMello: System, method and apparatus for producing weatherstrip containing profiles of different shape and weatherstrips for use therewith. ULTRAFAB, Kenneth J Lukacher Law Group, July 28, 2015: US09090151

A system to enable operators of extrusion facilities to eliminate the error of installing the incorrect weatherseal in an extrusion or profile. The operators extruding the profiles are provided a list by the fabricator of what weatherseal is to be inserted by placing indicia on the backing of the we ...


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James V Albanese, Robert C Horton, Alan J DeMello, Thongdy Chanthabane: Wrapped pile weatherstripping and methods of making same. Kenneth J Lukacher, May 3, 2007: US20070094934-A1

Pile weatherstrip-ping, which is clad with a wrapping of a film (14, 25, 104, 216) of flexible material, has one or more rows (19, 27, 100, 102, 212, 214) of pile (10, 24, 105, 233) on a backing (12, 28, 106, 218) in side-by-side relationship. The wrapping film material conforms to the outside surfa ...


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Alan J DeMello: Weatherstrip with releasable protective covering. Kenneth J LuKacher, South Winton Court, November 15, 2007: US20070264466-A1

A pile weatherstrip has a pile of yarn ultrasonically welded to a backing strip inside a channel defined by flanges, called pile directors, which direct the pile perpendicularly with respect to the backing. A film provides a covering for the pile and is releasably attached to the flanges on the outs ...