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Matthew L Kozma, John D Bambara, Robert F Hurley, Scott C Smith: Polymer articles including maleic anhydride and ethylene-vinyl acetate copolymers. Sentinel Products, Fish & Richardson P C, July 17, 2001: US06262137 (47 worldwide citation)

Polymer articles including ethylene-vinyl acetate and maleic anhydride are described. The ethylene-vinyl acetate can be a high vinyl acetate content ethylene-vinyl acetate. The articles include foamed articles and non-foamed articles. The foamed articles have improved characteristics and properties, ...


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Robert F Hurley, Matthew L Kozma, John D Bambara, Scott C Smith, Richard Bambara: Polymer structures with enhanced properties. Sentinel Products, Fish & Richardson P C, August 17, 1999: US05938878 (43 worldwide citation)

Polymer structures having a laminated surface and enhanced physical properties that can be used for packaging, athletic gear (e.g., padding, water sport equipment), gaskets, and protective garments are described. The structures include a core of a relatively high density material and one or more lay ...


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Robert F Hurley, Matthew L Kozma, Kurt A Feichtinger: Cross-linked foam structures of polyolefins and process for manufacturing. Sentinel Products, Fish & Richardson P C, March 16, 1999: US05883145 (35 worldwide citation)

New cross-linked polymeric foam compositions, and methods for making the same, are provided. The new compositions utilize novel cross-linked polyolefin copolymers and show improvements in strength, toughness, flexibility, heat resistance and heat-sealing temperature ranges as compared to conventiona ...


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Matthew L Kozma: Foam material. Packaging Industries Group, Berman Aisenberg & Platt, February 13, 1990: US04900490 (32 worldwide citation)

A foam material, particularly suitable for use as a midsole material for an athletic shoe, comprises polyethylene modified by an elastomer modifier and cross-linked, preferably using a peroxide cross-linking agent, to form a closed cell foam material which has superior strength properties, improved ...


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Robert F Hurley, Matthew L Kozma, John D Bambara, Scott C Smith, Richard Bambara: Polymer structures with enhanced properties. Sentinel Products, Fish & Richardson P C, April 25, 2000: US06054005 (31 worldwide citation)

Polymer structures having a laminated surface and enhanced physical properties that can be used for packaging, athletic gear (e.g., padding, water sport equipment), gaskets, and protective garments are described. The structures include a core of a relatively high density material and one or more lay ...


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Matthew L Kozma, John D Bambara, Robert F Hurley, Scott C Smith: Polymer articles including maleic anhydride. Sentinel Products, Fish & Richardson P C, April 24, 2001: US06221928 (25 worldwide citation)

Polymer articles including maleic anhydride are described. The articles have improved characteristics and properties, such as surface bonding properties, even when the article includes a large percentage of ethylene propylene diene monomer terpolymer, ethylene-vinyl acetate, ethylene-acrylic elastom ...


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John D Bambara, Matthew L Kozma, Todd Cagwin, Robert F Hurley: Polymer blend. Sentinel Products, Fish & Richardson P C, August 3, 1999: US05932659 (24 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to polymer blends which can be used both in foamed and unfoamed states as a replacement for conventional EPDM and other elastomers. The composition of the blend includes a single-site catalyzed polyolefin resin having a density of below 0.878 g cm.sup.-3 and up to 40 weight per ...


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Matthew L Kozma, John D Bambara, Robert F Hurley, Scott C Smith: Polymer articles including maleic anhydride and ethylene-vinyl acetate copolymers. Sentinel Products, Fish & Richardson P C, June 5, 2001: US06242503 (23 worldwide citation)

Polymer articles including ethylene-vinyl acetate and maleic anhydride are described. The ethylene-vinyl acetate can be a high vinyl acetate content ethylene-vinyl acetate. The articles include foamed articles and non-foamed articles. The foamed articles have improved characteristics and properties, ...


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Matthew L Kozma, John D Bambara, Robert F Hurley: Open cell foamed articles including silane-grafted polyolefin resins. Sentinel Products, Fish & Richardson P C, January 12, 1999: US05859076 (22 worldwide citation)

Open cell foamed articles including silane-grafted single-site inititiated polyolefin resins are described. The single-site initiated olefin polymer resin can be a polyethylene, a copolymer of ethylene, a C3-C20 alpha-olefin, or a copolymer of ethylene, a C3-C20 alpha-olefin and a C4-C20 diene. The ...


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John D Bambara, Matthew L Kozma, Robert F Hurley: Silane-grafted materials for solid and foam applications. Sentinel Products, Fish & Richardson P C, March 16, 1999: US05883144 (20 worldwide citation)

New cross-linked polymeric foam compositions, and methods for making the same, are provided. The new compositions utilize novel cross-linked polyolefin copolymers and show improvements in strength, toughness, flexibility, heat resistance and heat-sealing temperature ranges as compared to conventiona ...