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Theodore Largman, Frank Mares, Clarke A Rodman: Fibers and filters containing said fibers. Allied Signal, R C Stewart II, G H Fuchs, D L Webster, December 3, 1991: US05069970 (197 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a fiber comprising a major amount of a continuous phase comprising one or more melt processible polyesters of fiber forming molecular weight, and a minor amount of one or more polyolefins non-uniformly dispersed in said continuous phase such that the concentration of polyol ...


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Edward C Homonoff, Clarke A Rodman: Air laid filtering material. Allied Signal, Ken C Decker, William N Antonis, August 23, 1988: US04765812 (80 worldwide citation)

Filtering media consist of formable air laid batting comprising a thermoplastic or thermosetting binder resin and a fiber mixture comprising coarse fibers, such as wood pulp and man-made fibers, having a diameter of at least 20 microns, and fiberglass or other fibers having a diameter of less than a ...


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Radcliffe W Farley, Edward A Vaughn, Clarke A Rodman, Edward C Homonoff: Fiber reinforced composites and method for their manufacture. Allied Corporation, Ken C Decker, William N Antonis, May 5, 1987: US04663225 (75 worldwide citation)

A fiber reinforced, composite article is manufactured by forming a nonwoven, air-laid batt from a single fiber type or a mixture of fibers. The batt is either resinated with a thermoplastic material or includes a thermoplastic binder fiber. The batt is formed into a preform having the desired shape ...


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Donald I Thornton, Clarke A Rodman: Molded panel filter. Allied, Ken C Decker, William N Antonis, October 20, 1987: US04701197 (63 worldwide citation)

A fluid filter element comprises a first filtering medium and a second filtering medium. The first filtering medium includes a nonwoven batt having a marginal edge portion circumscribing the main body portion of the batt in which the fibers are stiffened to provide a support and sealing structure. T ...


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Edward C Homonoff, Clarke A Rodman, Broaddus L Rutledge II: Laminated fabrics and fiber mats and method for their manufacture. Allied Corporation, Ken C Decker, William N Antonis, August 11, 1987: US04686136 (58 worldwide citation)

A method of forming a laminated fabric which includes an inner air-laid, batt-like material comprising randomly arrayed fibers of carbon and a thermoplastic copolyvinyl sich as Vinyon is manufactured by feeding the outer shell layers on opposite sides of the batt through an ultrasonic treatment stat ...


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Donald I Thornton, Clarke A Rodman: Themally formed gradient density filter. Allied Corporation, Ken C Decker, William N Antonis, April 28, 1987: US04661132 (32 worldwide citation)

A fluid filter is formed by producing an air laid nonwoven batt comprising a randomly arranged mixture of thermoplastic fibers and fibers which are not thermoplastic. The batt is then cut into sections, and portions of the batt are heated to a temperature sufficient to partially fuse the fibers, the ...


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Radcliffe W Farley, Edward A Vaughn, Clarke A Rodman, Edward C Homonoff: Method of manufacture of formed article. Allied Signal, Ken C Decker, William N Antonis, March 14, 1989: US04812283 (29 worldwide citation)

A molded article, for example, a filter or a preform used in the manufacture of fiber-reinforced composites, is manufactured from an air laid batt from a single fiber type or a mixture of fibers. The batt is either resinated with a thermoplastic material or includes a thermoplastic binder fiber. The ...


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Theodore Largman, Frank Mares, Clarke A Rodman: Fibers and filters containing said fibers. Allied Signal, Richard C Stewart, Gerhard H Fuchs, March 13, 1990: US04908052 (22 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a fiber comprising a major amount of a continous phase comprising one or more melt processible polyesters of fiber forming molecular weight, and a minor amount of one or more polyolefins non-uniformly dispersed in said continuous phase such that the concentration of polyole ...


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Donald I Thornton, Clarke A Rodman: Thermally formed filter. Allied Corporation, Ken C Decker, William N Antonis, September 20, 1988: US04772443 (15 worldwide citation)

A fluid filter is formed by manufacturing an air laid batt containing randomly disposed structural fibers and a thermoplastic binder fiber. The interstices between the fibers are fixed by applying a latex resin to the batt, thereby fixing the pore sizes of the filtering media before the filtering me ...


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