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Thomas G Rabito: Sag resistant two component adhesive and sealant. The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, J D Wolfe, R D Thompson, April 24, 1984: US04444976 (44 worldwide citation)

An improved two component adhesive whereby said adhesive exhibits sag resistance on a vertical surface substantially immediately after the two components are mixed with adequate gel time for use thereof said two component adhesive being composed of a polyurethane prepolymer component and a curative ...


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Roger L Streets, Thomas G Rabito, David N Peresie: Method of adhering roofing materials. Ashland Oil, Mary E Picken, February 3, 1987: US04640730 (26 worldwide citation)

This process of adhering sheet roofing materials uses a SBS block copolymer mixed with hydrocarbon resin. No primer is needed, both dry bonding with heat and wet bonding processes have good green strength.


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Thomas G Rabito, Richard L Cline, Stephen M Oswalt, Marvin T Randleman, Michael E Kimball: Sag resistant at essentially 1:1 ratio two component adhesive. Ashland Oil, November 12, 1985: US04552934 (25 worldwide citation)

Improved two component adhesives allowing the components to be mixed at essentially a 1:1 ratio, giving excellent sag resistance, low viscosity, excellent handling ability and satisfactory gel time, said adhesives being composed of a prepolymer composition and a curative composition that can be mixe ...


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Thomas G Rabito, Alvin J Kieft, Richard L Cline: Two-part primer system for FRP bonding. The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, F W Brunner, J D Wolfe, January 18, 1977: US04004050 (21 worldwide citation)

An improved adhesion between polyester compositions per se or metals using the isocyanate-type adhesive is obtained by first treating the surface of the polyester composition and/or metal with a first and a second treating agent without regard to sequence where the first treating agent is an organic ...


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Thomas G Rabito, Stephen M Oswalt, Richard L Cline: Sealer for polyester and method of use to obtain laminates. Ashland Oil, Mary E Picken, February 19, 1985: US04500606 (12 worldwide citation)

A sealer for solid polyester composition to reduce evolution of vapors at temperature 190.degree. C. or higher for 1 hour or more and to improve the bond at these temperatures with isocyanate polyurethane adhesives, epoxy adhesive or acrylic adhesive, the sealer comprising a mixture of 100 to 1000 p ...


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Richard L Cline, Scott V Nolletti, Thomas G Rabito, Daniel A Chung: Bonding method employing primer for fiberglass reinforced polyester. Ashland Oil, Mary E Picken, July 5, 1988: US04755251 (12 worldwide citation)

A primer composition for use on fiberglass reinforced polyester substrates combining an ether type low molecular weight epoxy resin, an amino functional silane and halogenated hydrocarbon solvent.


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Alvin J Kieft, Richard L Cline, Thomas G Rabito: Sandable polyurethane adhesive composition and laminates made therewith. The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, J D Wolfe, June 27, 1978: US04097442 (10 worldwide citation)

A polyurethane adhesive that is sandable when cured, the adhesive being the reaction product of a mixture of about one mol of a polyester polyol or polyether polyol of 2-4 hydroxyls having a molecular weight of 500 to about 3000 and 2.5 to 7 mols of isocyanate composition of a mixture of toluene dii ...


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Roger L Streets, Thomas G Rabito, John Von Kamp: Aqueous polyester dispersion for adhering vinyl film to wood. The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, J D Wolfe, May 27, 1980: US04204987 (8 worldwide citation)

A polyester adhesive suitable for adhering vinyl films and related materials to wood and metal, the adhesive comprising a water dispersion of a polyester of 10,000 to 30,000 molecular weight range with a carrier and emulsifier.


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John A Svigelj, Thomas G Rabito: Heat sensitive primer exhibiting color change and containing a resin blend, elemental sulfur, and a dye. The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, J D Wolfe, August 28, 1979: US04166058 (6 worldwide citation)

A color sensitive primer comprising 100 parts of an ethylenically unsaturated elastomer; 300 to 800 parts of a phenolic resin, A or B stage; 0 to 100 parts inorganic filler; 10 to 30 parts epoxy resin; about 0.5 to 10 parts heat sensitive dye; and about 0.5 to 3 parts sulfur.



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