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Evan E Koslow: Process for the production of materials and materials produced by the process. Koslow Technologies Corporation, Parmelee Bollinger & Bramblett, September 15, 1992: US05147722 (129 worldwide citation)

A method of forming a composite material by providing a quantity of first particles of a binder material and a quantity of second particles of a primary material having a softening temperature substantially in excess of the softening temperature of the binder material. The first and second quantitie ...


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Matthew T Scholz, Dennis C Bartizal, Katherine E Reed, Wayne K Larson, Dean A Ersfeld, Timothy C Sandvig, Richard S Buckanin: Curable resin coated sheet having reduced tack. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Donald M Sell, James A Smith, Dale E Hulse, May 26, 1987: US04667661 (119 worldwide citation)

A curable resin coated sheet useful as an orthopedic bandage which has reduced tack is provided. The resin coated sheet is pre-lubricated with a lubricant which is (a) bonded to the resin, (b) added to the resin or applied to the surface of the coated sheet, or (c) a combination of (a) and (b). The ...


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Charles W Lehnert, Brian G Randall: Fibrous mat-faced gypsum board. Georgia Pacific Corporation, John T Synnestvedt, Alexis Barron, March 7, 1989: US04810569 (86 worldwide citation)

An exterior finishing system for a building. including particularly an exterior insulation system, which includes a fibrous mat-faced gypsum board, preferably a board in which the set gypsum core thereof is water resistant, and preferably one in which the set gypsum core is sandwiched between two sh ...


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Bell Reuben H, Foley Kevin M: Silanes useful as coupling agents and flame retardants. Owens Corning Fiberglas Corporation, Staelin Carl G, Overman John W, Rockey Keith V, November 25, 1975: US3922436 (71 worldwide citation)

Organo silanes useful as coupling agents for glass fibers and as flame retardants, formed by reaction of an epoxy, a mercapto or an amino silane with a carboxylic acid or anhydride, or formed by a Diels-Alder reaction of a halogenated cyclo-pentadiene with an unsaturated silane.


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Gary C Rex: Method of forming a composite structure. Composite Technology Corporation, Reising Ethington Barnard Perry & Brooks, February 10, 1981: US04250136 (61 worldwide citation)

The method of making a reinforced composite structure utilizing an initially amorphous foam core element containing a high volume of macro and micro spheres mixed in a thermosetting resin with said core element being contained between resin-impregnated, fibrous reinforcing layers such that the resin ...


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Kahei Sakaguchi, Massaaki Minakata, Shigeru Takamori, Jun ichi Furukawa, Yoshinao Kono: Process for preparing glass fiber mats. Kao Soap, Blanchard Flynn Thiel Boutell & Tanis, October 18, 1977: US04054713 (59 worldwide citation)

Glass fiber mats are prepared by binding glass fibers with a resinous component, wherein the resinous component is an unsaturated polyester resin powder having a melting point of 80.degree. to 130.degree. C and a molecular weight of 2,500 to 7,000 obtained by reacting (A) one mole of a dicarboxylic ...


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Gaylon L Dighton: Porous random fiber composites and a method for preparing same. The Dow Chemical Company, D R Howard, D L Corneglio, October 4, 1988: US04775580 (58 worldwide citation)

A process for preparing a porous random fiber polymeric composite sheet through the addition of a cellulose ether which is selectively soluble or insoluble to a random fiber composite slurry under conditions such that the cellulose ether is insoluble, forming the slurry into a sheet, fusing the orga ...


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Smith Henry Roy: Fibre reinforced materials and methods of making and using them.. Smith H R, August 5, 1981: EP0033244-A2 (54 worldwide citation)

Specification describes material for use in forming fibre reinforced structures comprising longitudinally extending fibre reinforcing material having a thermoplastics resin intimately associated therewith along the length thereof. The thermo-plastics resin may be formed as a coating along the length ...


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Matthew T Scholz, Dennis C Bartizal, Katherine E Reed, Wayne E Larson, Dean A Ersfeld, Timothy C Sandvig, Richard S Buckanin: Curable resin coated sheet having reduced tack. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Donald M Sell, Dale E Hulse, October 4, 1988: US04774937 (50 worldwide citation)

A curable resin coated sheet useful as an orthopedic bandage which has reduced tack is provided. The resin coated sheet is pre-lubricated with a lubricant which is (a) bonded to the resin, (b) added to the resin or applied to the surface of the coated sheet, or (c) a combination of (a) and (b). The ...


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Michael G Bitterice, Leroy D Keslar: Lightweight window with heating circuit and anti-static circuit and a method for its preparation. PPG, Edward I Mates, March 7, 1978: US04078107 (49 worldwide citation)

A transparent plastic window containing embedded therein a novel static electricity dissipating circuit (hereinafter referred to as an anti-static circuit), which may also contain a heating circuit insulated therefrom, and a method of producing such windows.