Richard H Young Sr, Amar N Neogi, Michael R Hansen, Kevin T Hodgson, Donald D Halabisky, David G Marsh, Christel Brunnenkant, David W Park, Paul G Gaddis, William C Johnston Jr: Binder coated discontinuous fibers with adhered particulate materials. Weyerhaeuser Company, Klarquist Sparkman Campbell Leigh & Whinston, July 11, 1995: US05432000 (168 worldwide citation)

A fiber product comprises dry discontinuous fibers having a starch binder on at least a portion of the fiber surfaces, at least about seventy percent of the starch binder coated fibers being unbonded to one another, solid particles are adhered to the fibers by the binder without the binder entirely ...

Kuo C Shen: Method of making composite products from lignocellulosic materials. Parkhurst Wendel & Rossi, May 21, 1991: US05017319 (53 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a process for converting hemicellulose of lignocellulosic material into a thermoset, water-proof adhesive. In one embodiment of the invention the thermoset, water-proof adhesive is used for converting other components of the lignocellulosic material into composite products ...

Ralph Matalon: Flameproof and fireproof products containing monoethanolamine, diethylamine or morpholine. Arco Polymers, May 5, 1981: US04265963 (49 worldwide citation)

Flameproof and fireproof products are formed from a fire-unstable material coated with a polymeric material which is capable of intumescing beginning at a low temperature and has adhesive qualities in conjunction with the fire-unstable material. Upon the application of heat or flame to the products, ...

Robert A Falk: Aqueous wetting and film forming compositions. Ciba Geigy Corporation, Nestor W Shust, August 16, 1977: US04042522 (48 worldwide citation)

The disclosure relates to aqueous compositions which comprise amphoteric fluorinated surfactant, anionic fluorinated surfactant, ionic non-fluorochemical surfactant, non-ionic, non-fluorochemical surfactant and optionally solvent. This composition is a concentrate which, when diluted with water, spr ...

Michael R Hansen, David W Park: Polyethylene glycol as a binder material for fibers. Weyerhaeuser Company, Christensen O Connor Johnson & Kindness, March 12, 1996: US05498478 (46 worldwide citation)

Polyethylene glycol is used as a binder material for fibers, such as wood pulp fibers, and for adhering superabsorbent particulate materials to the fibers.

Shen Kuo Cheng: Composite products from lignocellulosic materials.. Shen Kuo Cheng, November 21, 1985: EP0161766-A1 (42 worldwide citation)

A low cost process for converting lignocellulosic materials into reconstituted composite products, such as building boards, furniture boards, reconstituted lumber and moulded articles, with no addition of resin binders. The hemicellulose portion of lignocellulosic materials is decomposed and hydroly ...

Mattox John Robert: Stabilization of water insoluble 3-isothiazolones.. Rohm & Haas, June 17, 1992: EP0490565-A1 (39 worldwide citation)

An isothiazolone concentrate composition is disclosed comprising an oil soluble, water insoluble 3-isothiazolone compound and a copper salt which is copper dodecylbenzene sulfonate, copper dioctyl sulfosuccinate, or copper petroleum sulfonate, and an organic solvent to dissolve said 3-isothiazolone ...

John A Apostolos: Process for inhibiting corrosion of metal embedded in concrete and a reinforced concrete construction. State of California Department of Transportation, Lothrop & West, March 26, 1985: US04506485 (39 worldwide citation)

Electrically conductive metal is melted, preferably by a flame, and is sprayed onto a freshly exposed, pitted surface of a concrete member having iron embedded therein. The sprayed metal, when cooled, forms a metal cover on and interlocked with at least part of the newly exposed surface. The cover a ...

Reimer Goettsche, Wendelin Hettler, Michael Breuer, Hans Peter Seelmann Eggebert: Wood preservative for subsequent application. Dr Wolman, Keil & Weinkauf, March 5, 2002: US06352583 (38 worldwide citation)

Use of a wood preservative for the supplemental protection of wood, comprising a copper compound, an alkanolmonoamine and a complexing organic carboxylic acid or its ammonium or alkali metal salts, and a wrap for the supplemental protection of wood which comprises this wood preservative.

Alan F Preston, Futong Cui, Andrew R Zahora: Wood treatment process. Chemical Specialties, Klauber & Jackson, August 14, 2001: US06274199 (38 worldwide citation)

A process for treating a wood substrate with a water-based formulation containing a wax in order to confer water repellency to the substrate comprising the steps of: