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Mark T Meyering, Jack H Vining Jr, C Thomas Badenhop: Reinforced, three zone microporous membrane. Cuno, Cummings & Lockwood, July 24, 2001: US06264044 (61 worldwide citation)

A three zone, reinforced, continuous, geometrically symmetrical microporous membrane including a porous support material encapsulated within a middle zone disposed between an upper zone and a lower zone wherein at least one of the three zones has a pore size at least about twenty (20%) percent great ...


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Mark T Meyering, Jack H Vining Jr, C Thomas Badenhop: Reinforced, three zone microporous membrane. Cuno Incorporated, Cummings & Lockwood, February 4, 2003: US06513666 (33 worldwide citation)

A three zone, reinforced, continuous, geometrically symmetrical microporous membrane including a porous support material encapsulated within a middle zone disposed between an upper zone and a lower zone wherein at least one of the three zones has a pore size at least about twenty (20%) percent diffe ...


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Mark T Meyering, Jack H Vining, C Thomas Badenhop, Joseph G Wallace, William R Kelly: Process for making a three-zone microporous membrane. Cuno Incorporated, R Thomas Payne, John A Tomich, August 17, 2004: US06776940 (24 worldwide citation)

Methods for manufacturing reinforced, three-zone, microporous membrane having a plurality of different possible pore sizes from at least a single mother dope batch, including formulating at least a single mother dope batch, controllably formulating the dope in at least one vessel such that the dope ...


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Jack H Vining Jr, Mark T Meyering, C Thomas Badenhop: Process of making reinforced, three zone microporous membrane. Cuno, Cummings & Lockwood, July 18, 2000: US06090441 (23 worldwide citation)

A process for producing a three zone, reinforced, continuous, geometrically symmetrical microporous membrane including a porous support material encapsulated within a middle zone disposed between an upper zone and a lower zone wherein at least one of the three zones has a pore size at least about tw ...


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Kenneth C Hou, James C Disbrow, Ronald V Repetti, C Thomas Badenhop: Hydrolytically stable nylon membrane. Cuno Incorporated, Renner Kenner Greive Bobak Taylor & Weber, October 17, 1995: US05458782 (21 worldwide citation)

A method for the production of a hydrolytically stable nylon membrane includes providing a nylon having at least about 0.9 moles of amino end groups per mole of nylon and preparing the nylon membrane therefrom. The membrane can be used in cartridges for use in filtration applications as may be neces ...


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Mark T Meyering, Jack H Vining, C Thomas Badenhop: Reinforced, three zone microporous membrane. R Thomas Payne, Cummings & Lockwood, August 30, 2001: US20010017280-A1

A three zone, reinforced, continuous, geometrically symmetrical microporous membrane including a porous support material encapsulated within a middle zone disposed between an upper zone and a lower zone wherein at least one of the three zones has a pore size at least about twenty (20%) percent great ...


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Mark T Meyering, Jack H Vining, C Thomas Badenhop, Joseph G Wallace, William R Kelly: Systems and methods for manufacturing reinforced, three-zone microporous membrane. Cummings & Lockwood, September 19, 2002: US20020130435-A1

Systems and methods for the manufacture of reinforced, three-zone, microporous phase inversion membrane having any one of a plurality of different possible pore sizes in any of the three zones from at least a single mother dope batch is disclosed. The systems and methods include formulating at least ...