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Kenneth D Knapp, Eric S Nilsson, Murray S Toas: Encapsulated insulation assembly. CertainTeed Corporation, Paul and Paul, December 15, 1998: US05848509 (37 worldwide citation)

Encapsulated glass fiber insulation includes a non-woven covering material over the top surface of a mineral fiber core, with the formed covering material extending adjacent the side surfaces. The covering material is greater in width than the sum of the widths of the top and two side surfaces, so t ...


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Kenneth D Knapp, Christopher R Donnelly, Hal J Robbins: Process for encapsulating glass fiber insulation. CertainTeed Corporation, Paul and Paul, November 11, 1997: US05685938 (9 worldwide citation)

Encapsulated glass fiber insulation is made by forming a covering material over the top surface of a mineral fiber core, with the formed covering material extending adjacent the side surfaces. The covering material is greater in width than the sum of the widths of the top and two side surfaces, so t ...


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Kurt O Mankell, R Allan Snyder, Husnu M Kalkanoglu, Mark Trabbold, Nick Flocco, Kenneth D Knapp: Insulation batt having integral baffle vent. Certainteed Corporation, Duane Morris, January 12, 2010: US07644545 (3 worldwide citation)

A baffled insulation product for ventilating air under a roof from an open space is provided comprising an elongated insulation mat having top and bottom major surfaces, the top major surface facing the roof when the product is installed in the open space, the insulation mat having a baffle integral ...


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John O Ruid, Kenneth D Knapp: Method for bonding facing to insulation. CertainTeed Corporation, Duane Morris, November 23, 2006: US20060263566-A1

A method and configuration are provided for joining a facing having periodic rows of perforations to insulation. Adhesive is applied to the perforated facing in a periodic pattern. The facing is joined to the insulation. The periodic pattern is offset from the rows of perforations, or the period of ...


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Wayne E Shaw, Mark Trabbold, Kenneth D Knapp: Sorbent material for petroleum/oils or for water-soluble pollutants. Saint Gobain Isover, Oblon Spivak Mcclelland Maier & Neustadt PC, February 26, 2004: US20040038608-A1

The subject of the invention is a “sorbent” material comprising a fibrous material which, in a first variant, comprises an oleophilic coating and, in a second variant, is combined with a hydrophilic particulate material. The invention also relates to the methods for their production and their applic ...


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Andreas H Unruh, Kenneth D Knapp, Richard J Ray, Calvin L Trumbo: Unit package for insulation products. Duane Morris, June 19, 2008: US20080142380-A1

The invention pertains to a unit package for multiple bags of insulation products, and a method of making the unit package. The unit package includes, a flexible sleeve having opposite ends, and multiple handles, wherein the handles are directly in a corresponding end of the flexible sleeve, the cor ...


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Kurt O Mankell, R Allan Snyder, Husnu M Kalkanoglu, Mark Trabbold, Nick Flocco, Kenneth D Knapp: Insulation batt having integral baffle vent. Duane Morris, June 8, 2006: US20060117686-A1

A baffled insulation product for ventilating air under a roof from an open space is provided comprising an elongated insulation mat having top and bottom major surfaces, the top major surface facing the roof when the product is installed in the open space, the insulation mat having a baffle integral ...


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Kenneth D Knapp, Alexander M Rucker: Lapped rolls of insulation and process for manufacturing same. August 25, 2011: US20110206897-A1

A method of making a lapped fibrous insulation is provided which includes the steps of conveying a cured binder-impregnated mat of fibers, the mat having a thickness, a longitudinal length and transverse ends. The method further includes providing a plurality of spaced, perhaps every 24 inches to 12 ...


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Andreas H Unruh, Kenneth D Knapp, Richard J Ray JR, Calvin L Trumbo: Unit Package for Insulation Products. DUANE MORRIS Philadelphia, December 24, 2009: US20090313945-A1

The invention pertains to a method of making a unit package. The unit package includes, a flexible sleeve having opposite ends, and multiple handles, wherein the handles are directly in a corresponding end of the flexible sleeve, the corresponding end projects outwardly beyond the bags of insulation ...