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Ethan Simon
Casmir S Ilenda, Michael Louis Spera, Andrew T Daly, Robert H Gore, Wayne Devonport, Eric G Lundquist, Paul Francis Reeve, James R Lesniak, Ethan S Simon, Warren H Machleder, Eric Michael Machleder: Damage resistant coatings, films and articles of manufacture containing crosslinked nanoparticles. Rohm And Haas Company, April 1, 2004: US20040063817-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A method for imparting damage resistance to a coating, film or article of manufacture comprising adding crosslinked polymeric nanoparticles having a size range of 1-100 nm in diameter to said coating, film or article of manufacture.


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Andrew T Daly, Navin B Shah, Glenn D Correll, Karl R Wursthorn: Smooth thin film powder coatings. Morton International, Robert M Didrick, Gerald K White, January 13, 1998: US05708039 (52 worldwide citation)

A coating powder consisting essentially of generally spherical particles ranging in size from less than 2 to about 40 microns, 75% of whose volume consists of particles of from about 2 to about 20 microns in size, is provided by dissolving the components of the coating powder in a supercritical flui ...


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Glenn D Correll, Andrew T Daly, Jeno Muthiah, Paul R Horinka: Powder coating involving compression of the coating during curing. Rohm and Haas Company, May 29, 2001: US06238750 (25 worldwide citation)

A process of forming coatings on substrates by applying a layer of curable materials in dry powder form and then melting and curing the material is improved by compressing the layer using a flexible confining membrane. Less material is required to provide equivalent barrier protection and surface fi ...


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Andrew T Daly, Owen H Decker, Karl R Wursthorn, Frank R Houda: Continuous processing of powder coating compositions. Morton International, Nick C Kottis, Robert M Didrick, Gerald K White, June 16, 1998: US05766522 (24 worldwide citation)

Systems, apparatus combinations and methods for producing a powder coating are provided wherein a stream of a powder coating precursor including at least one resin and at least one additional powder coating ingredient is contacted with a process fluid effective to reduce the viscosity of the powder ...


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Jeno Muthiah, Andrew T Daly, Richard P Haley, Joseph J Kozlowski: Dual thermal and ultraviolet curable powder coatings. Morton International, Steven C Benjamin, Gerald K White, July 13, 1999: US05922473 (23 worldwide citation)

Opaquely pigmented or thick filmed powder coatings for heat sensitive substrates, such as wood, wood composites, for example, medium density fiber board, and plastics, that can be fully cured, especially near the substrate, through the incorporation of a dual cure system in the powder comprising a t ...


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Douglas S Richart, Andrew T Daly: Thermosetting resin-based coating powders containing metal flakes. Morton International, Wayne E Nacker, Gerald K White, February 16, 1993: US05187220 (23 worldwide citation)

A flake-containing coating powder is obtained by admixing a coating powder that based upon a thermosetting resin and metallic or non-metalic flake. The powder and flake are mixed at a temperature in the range of above the softening temperature of the thermosetting resin of the coating powder but bel ...


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Jeno Muthiah, Andrew T Daly, Richard P Haley, Joseph J Kozlowski: Dual thermal and ultraviolet curable powder coatings. Morton International, Steven C Benjamin, Gerald K White, January 25, 2000: US06017640 (22 worldwide citation)

Opaquely pigmented or thick filmed powder coatings for heat sensitive substrates, such as wood, wood composites, for example, medium density fiber board, and plastics, that can be fully cured, especially near the substrate, through the incorporation of a dual cure system in the powder comprising a t ...


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Andrew T Daly, Owen H Decker, Karl R Wursthorn, Frank R Houda, Leo T Grundowski, Carl W Ernst: System for continuous processing of powder coating compositions. Rohm and Haas Company, June 10, 2003: US06575721 (22 worldwide citation)

Systems and apparatus combinations for producing a coating powder are provided wherein a stream of a powder coating precursor including at least one resin and at least one additional powder coating ingredient is contacted with a process fluid effective to reduce the viscosity of the powder coating p ...


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Tina L Grubb, Catherine A Kleckner, William E Wertz, Michael C Siminski, Andrew T Daly, Jeno Muthiah: Corrosion- and chip-resistant coatings for high tensile steel. Rohm and Haas Company, February 12, 2002: US06346292 (20 worldwide citation)

Corrosion- and chip-resistant coatings for high tensile steel components, such as automotive coil springs, are formed from a coating powder composition of “toughened” epoxy resin. In a single coat embodiment, the entire coating is loaded with at least 75 phr zinc powder. In a dual coat embodiment, a ...