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Martin Gerlitz, Rami Raimund Awad, Thomas Fraydl: Water-dilutable urethane resins, process for the preparation, and the use thereof. Vianova Resins, Foley & Lardner, January 21, 1997: US05596065 (22 worldwide citation)

Process for the preparation of water-dilutable urethane resins and use of the so produced urethane resins, for example, as binders for coating materials which can be crosslinked by free-radical polymerization.


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Martin Gerlitz, Rami Raimund Awad, Ulrike Kuttler, Thomas Fraydl, Martin Leitner, Andreas Kocsar: Radiation-curable water-dilutable urethane resins, preparation process and use. Vianova Resins, Foley & Lardner, November 23, 1999: US05990192 (21 worldwide citation)

Radiation-curable water-dilutable urethane resins obtainable by reacting cycloaliphatic and/or aromatic diisocyanates with a mixture of a (meth)acryloyl-containing dihydroxy compound in an amount such that the amount of reactive hydroxyl groups present therein is from 0.2 to 0.6 mol, and with a tri ...


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Uwe Neumann, Martin Gerlitz: Hardeners for water-dilutable epoxy resin systems with a potlife indication. Vianova Resins, Foley & Lardner, September 28, 1999: US05959061 (11 worldwide citation)

Water-dispersible curing agents for epoxy resins are disclosed which, as a mixture with epoxy resins, have a potlife indication by showing the end of the processing time by a clear increase in viscosity, and which comprise reaction products (ABC) of adducts of aliphatic polyols (A) with a weight-ave ...


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Gert Dworak, Martin Gerlitz, Roland Feola, Manfred Weinberger: Ionically on nonionically stabilized epoxy adducts as water-dilutable base resins for 2-component isocyanate crosslinkable systems. Vianova Resins, Frommer Lawrence & Haug, February 26, 2002: US06350796 (8 worldwide citation)

Two-component systems based on aqueous dispersions of hydrophilic epoxy adducts Ah having hydroxyl groups as reactive groups and unblocked difunctional or polyfunctional isocyanates B, said hydrophilic epoxy adducts Ah being selected from cationically stabilized hydrophilic epoxy adducts Ak, anionic ...


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Martin Gerlitz, Thomas Fischer, Andreas Gollner, Manfred Gogg, Elfriede Prucher, Heike Schneeberger, Josef Wenzl: Water dilutable amine curing agents for aqueous two component epoxy resin systems. Solutia Austria, ProPat L L C, November 25, 2003: US06653369 (8 worldwide citation)

Water dilutable amine curing agents for aqueous epoxy resin dispersions, comprising a combination of an epoxide-amine adduct with an emulsifier, the epoxide-amine adduct being obtainable by reacting a polyepoxide with a reaction product of an amine and an epoxide component or an amine and subsequent ...


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Edmund Urbano, Ulrike Kuttler, Martin Gerlitz, Rami Raimund Awad: High-solids, radiation-curable water-soluble combinations of polyester resins. Vianova Resins, Frommer Lawrence & Haug, July 24, 2001: US06265461 (4 worldwide citation)

Radiation curable polyester composition AB, capable of forming solutions or dispersions in water of high solid content which can be produced by mixing or pre-condensing a water soluble, radiation-curable emulsifying resin A which contains ester and acid groups and has an acid number from 20 to 300 m ...


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Markus A Schafheutle, Martin Gerlitz, Anton Arzt, Julius Burkl, Joerg Wango, Martina Glettler: Binders for soft feel coating materials. Solutia Austria, Frommer Lawrence & Haug, April 3, 2001: US06211286 (3 worldwide citation)

Aqueous binders for soft feel materials, comprising predominantly aliphatic, water-soluble or water-dispersible polymers A having terminal or lateral cyclic carbonate groups and an amine B having at least two primary amino groups, the ratio of the number of primary amino groups in the component B to ...


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Rami Raimund Awad, Florian Lunzer, Martin Gerlitz: Aqueous non-ionically stabilized epoxy resins. Surface Specialties Austria, Connolly Bove Lodge & Hutz, July 14, 2009: US07560143

Aqueous radiation curable binders comprising non-ionically stabilized epoxy resins ABC. Resins ABC are an adduct mixture of: adducts formed by the reaction of polyethylene glycol-modified epoxy resins A with olefinically unsaturated acids C, and adducts formed by the reaction of epoxy resins B, that ...


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Gerhard Merten, Ralph Schaefer, Markus Schafheutle, Martin Gerlitz: Anionically stabilized aqueous polyvinylbutyral dispersions and process for their preparation and use. Hoechst Aktiengesellschaft, Foley & Lardner, January 13, 1998: US05708074

A process for the preparation of water-dilutable polyvinylbutyral dispersions by (1) reacting an aliphatic acid having from one to three isocyanate-reactive groups and from one to three acid groups, or a mixture of such acids, with one or more polyfunctional isocyanates whose average functionality i ...


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Martin Gerlitz, Maximilian Friedl, Thomas Fischer, Ernst Supper, Manfred Krassnitzer: Aqueous anticorrosion primers based on polyvinylbutyral. Solutia Austria, Frommer Lawrence Haug, August 13, 2002: US06433079

Water-dilutable polyvinylbutyral dispersions obtainable by a two-stage reaction in the first stage of which at least one tertiary alkanolamine A and at least one diisocyanate B are reacted to the theoretically calculated NCO content and the amounts of components A and B are chosen such that the amou ...