1
Robert Moore Marshall, Eugene Addison Swanson: Melt spinning apparatus with convergence guide. Allied Chemical Corporation, Fred L Kelly, October 26, 1976: US03988086 (19 worldwide citation)

It has been suggested that synthetic multifilamentary yarns can be produced by melt-spinning a polyamide or polyester polymer under conditions of substantially simultaneous spinning and drawing wherein prior to said drawing the filaments of the fiber are lubricated with a spin finish by surface cont ...


2
Robert Moore Marshall, Kimon Constantine Dardoufas: Production of polyester tire yarn. Allied Chemical Corporation, Fred L Kelly, October 18, 1977: US04054634 (16 worldwide citation)

In a process for producing polyethylene terephthalate yarn, particularly for tire cords, wherein a liquid finish is applied to the yarn, said process involving spinning and drawing steps, the improvement comprising: (a) first applying to the yarn prior to said drawing step a liquid finish compositio ...


3
Robert Moore Marshall, Kimon Constantine Dardoufas: Production of polyester tire yarn polyglycol ether spin finish composition. Allied Chemical Corporation, Fred L Kelly, April 26, 1977: US04019990 (16 worldwide citation)

It has been suggested that certain polyglycol ethers, in particular mixed polyoxyethylated-polyoxypropylated monoethers, are useful as spin finishes in the production of polyester tire yarns. Polyglycol ethers having a relatively low molecular weight of about 300 to 1,000 make the best lubricants; h ...


4
Robert Moore Marshall, Kimon Constantine Dardoufas: Production of polyester yarn. Allied Chemical Corporation, Fred L Kelly, February 24, 1976: US03940544 (12 worldwide citation)

An improved polyethylene terephthalate tire yarn is prepared by applying to the yarn a finish composition comprising a polyalkylene glycol compound having the formula


5
Robert Moore Marshall: Spin finish for yarn used in food packaging. Allied Chemical Corporation, Fred L Kelly, November 23, 1976: US03993571 (9 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a yarn finishing composition and more specifically to a spin finish for multifilament yarns used in food packaging. The preferred finishing composition comprises butyl stearate, sorbitan monooleate and polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan monooleate.


6
Robert Moore Marshall, Kimon Constantine Dardoufas: Polyester filamentary yarns. Allied Chemical Corporation, Fred L Kelly, July 25, 1978: US04103068 (9 worldwide citation)

Synthetic filamentary yarn comprised of polyethylene terephthalate filaments which are first treated with a liquid composition consisting essentially of refined coconut oil, about 10 to 20 weight percent of said composition of a stearic acid ester of a branched chain alcohol having 14-15 carbon atom ...


7
Daniel Shawn Leydon, Robert Moore Marshall: Product and process improvement of coated polymeric monofilament. AlliedSignal, Roger H Criss, January 20, 1998: US05709942 (8 worldwide citation)

A coated monofilament comprising a polymeric monofilament and a coating of an amide melamine wax. The coated monofilament exhibits excellent lubricative and wear characteristics and can be reprocessed without adversely affecting the physical properties of the polymeric monofilament. A process for pr ...


8
Robert Moore Marshall, Kimon Constantine Dardoufas: Production of polyester tire yarn. Allied Chemical Corporation, Fred L Kelly, August 22, 1978: US04108781 (6 worldwide citation)

In a process for producing polyethylene terephthalate yarn wherein a liquid finish is applied to the yarn, said process involving spinning and drawing steps, the improvement comprising first applying to the yarn prior to said drawing step a liquid finish composition consisting essentially of a polya ...


9
Robert Moore Marshall, John Irving Scott: Spin finish for textured carpet yarn. Allied Chemical Corporation, Richard A Anderson, May 4, 1976: US03954631 (4 worldwide citation)

A spin finish composition for nylon feeder yarn to be processed at high temperature into carpet yarn, such as by steam jet texturing, comprising tridecyl stearate with a specific emulsifier and an antistatic agent results in improved processing and better quality yarn, and yarn packages.


10
Robert Moore Marshall, Kimon Constantine Dardoufas: Production of polyester tire yarn. Allied Chemical Corporation, Fred L Kelly, June 8, 1976: US03962516 (3 worldwide citation)

An improved polyethylene terephthalate tire yarn is prepared by applying to the yarn a finish composition consisting essentially of a polyalkylene glycol compound having the formula