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William H Merritt: Differential light emission translucent light bowl and cap. Robert W Beach, Ward Brown, February 28, 1984: US04434455 (46 worldwide citation)

The light source of an area light or streetlight mounted on a lamppost is enclosed by a lower upwardly flaring bowl having its upper end closed by a generally conical cap. The cap and bowl are made of polycarbonate pigmented by titanium dioxide so that the cap emits only light sufficient to enable i ...


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William H Merritt: Luminaire shield. Plastics Engineering & Manufacturing Co, Robert W Beach, Ward Brown, July 3, 1979: US04160286 (21 worldwide citation)

A transparent hemispherical shield formed of polycarbonate resin protects a light-diffusing lens mounted in an aperture in the door of a conventional streetlight. The shield has an inwardly projecting flange disposed in a diametral plane and defining an aperture of approximately the same size and sh ...


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William H Merritt: Low profile overhead lighting fixture lens shield. Robert W Beach, Ward Brown, February 14, 1984: US04432045 (15 worldwide citation)

A transparent shallow gently bulging substantially spherical segmental shield formed of polycarbonate resin protects a planar lens mounted in an aperture in a door of a conventional low profile streetlight. The shield shell is generally of the shape of a convex spherical segment with an altitude bet ...


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William H Merritt: Baseball bat. Albert F Kronman, May 1, 1984: US04445687 (10 worldwide citation)

A baseball bat having a somewhat triangular cross-sectional shape along the ball striking portion to impart stiffness and an enlarged arcuate striking face of less curvature than conventional bats to provide more contact with the ball.


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William P Holland, William H Merritt: Flexible cable termination. The Machlett Laboratories Incorporated, H A Murphy, Joseph D Pannone, John T Meaneyl, September 21, 1976: US03982059 (7 worldwide citation)

A flexible cable termination for high voltage cables such as used in x-ray apparatus, which termination has an outside diameter only slightly larger than the diameter of the cable, and has flexibility provided by encasing the cable wires in a flexible sheath which provides the cable termination asse ...


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William H Merritt, Craig S Schang: Adhesion promoter, coating compositions for adhesion to olefinic substrates and methods therefor. BASF Corporation, September 6, 2005: US06939916 (3 worldwide citation)

The composition is an adhesion promoter that includes a chlorinated polyolefin and an olefin-based block copolymer that has an olefin block that is substantially saturated and at least one (poly)ester or (poly)ether block. The olefin-based block copolymer can be prepared by reacting an hydroxyl-func ...


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Timothy S December, William H Merritt: Adhesion promoter and coating composition for adhesion to olefinic substrates. BASF Coatings, Quinn Law Group PLLC, June 18, 2013: US08466218 (1 worldwide citation)

An adhesion promoter, a coating composition containing the adhesion promoter, and a method for preparing the adhesion promoter and coating. The adhesion promoter is an olefin based polymer having at least one amine containing compound. The amine may be used as a catalyst for the coating.


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Gregory G Menovcik, William H Merritt, Walter H Ohrbom: Coating composition for adhesion to olefinic substrates. BASF Coatings, Harness Dickey & Pierce, October 19, 2010: US07816449 (1 worldwide citation)

The present invention is an adhesion promoter, a coating composition containing the adhesion promoter and a method for preparing the adhesion promoter and coating. The adhesion promoter of the present invention is an olefin based polymer prepared by reacting a hydroxy functional olefin polymer with ...


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Craig S Schang, William H Merritt, John D McGee, Daniel T St Dennis: Electrostatic spray fixture for plastic test panels. BASF Corporation, Ryan W Massey, December 24, 2002: US06497766 (1 worldwide citation)

A test fixture is provided which is capable of holding test panels in a curved repeatable position relative to a spray gun. The test fixture holds a plastic test panel in such a position as to provide a gauge to measure the amount of electrostatic wrap potential a coating has.


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William H Merritt, Nicholas Caiozzo, Sergio Balatan, Walter H Ohrbom, Gregory G Menovcik: Coating composition and cured film formed therefrom. BASF Corporation, Howard & Howard Attorneys PLLC, February 19, 2013: US08378031

A coating composition comprises a first copolymer and a second copolymer. The first copolymer has at least one linear polymer strand having a weight average molecular weight of at least 1,500 Daltons and functionality X with an equivalent weight of no more than 500. The second copolymer has at least ...



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