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Herbert K Price: Method of making a composite board product from scrap materials. Reynolds Metals Company Richmond VA, Glenn Palmer Lyne Gibbs & Thompson, June 20, 1972: US3671615 (94 worldwide citation)

A method of making a composite board product from scrap materials such as are customarily available from a printing plant. The scrap materials are derived from three types of materials designated herein as plastic materials, fibrous materials and filler materials. The scrap materials are shredded or ...


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Peter D Foster, Clifford Stowers: Contoured molded pulp container with polyester liner. Keyes Fibre Company, Connolly and Hutz, June 29, 1982: US04337116 (74 worldwide citation)

An inexpensive, disposable, three-dimensionally contoured container, suitable for many purposes including holding food during exposure to high temperatures for long times in either a microwave or a conventional oven without any detrimental effect to the container or the food. The container consists ...


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Downs Martin L, Schmitt Milton G: Composite board and method of manufacture. Thilmany Pulp & Paper Company, February 27, 1973: US3718536 (69 worldwide citation)

A composite board formed from a mass of shredded paper containing thermoplastic material.


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James R Roberts: Fire resistant vermiculite composition board and method of manufacture. Eucatex Industria E Gomercio, Eugene D Farley, August 23, 1977: US04043862 (68 worldwide citation)

A fire resistant vermiculite composition board comprises, in percent by weight, from 40 to 90% heat expanded vermiculite particles; from 5 to 20% ceramic clay particles; from 10 to 30% hydrated cellulosic gel having a TAPPI drainage time of at least 900 seconds; from 1 to 20% defiberized wood; and f ...


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Moulding paste. Gasland S, January 7, 1981: GB2050459-A (65 worldwide citation)

A moulding paste, comprising an aqueous suspension of a fibrous or particulate material particularly newsprint pulp, and a water-binding material such as starch, which chemically binds substantially all of the water present. The paste can be used to produce formed articles such as paper plates and t ...


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John D Koch, Mark R Glassley, Richard N Cunningham: Method for forming ceiling tile. Knauf Fiber Glass, Baker & McKenzie, December 31, 1991: US05076985 (51 worldwide citation)

A process for consistently making ceiling tiles having uniform density and surface texture includes using a conveyor along which trays are moved in a generally horizontal direction. A feeder box is used to deposit pulp in the trays, the pulp being comprised of a mixture of water, starch, fibrous mat ...


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Wheeler Robert G: Method of making a composite panel laminate having deep indentations. Wood Processes Oregon, Buckhorn E A, February 25, 1975: US3868300 (50 worldwide citation)

A composite panel laminate is produced having dense tough outer fibrous skins and a core of relatively coarse fibrous material. The skin on the indented side is unbroken and of substantially uniform thickness throughout such indented side. The panel is made by first preforming from a pulp slurry a w ...


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Cousin Laurent, Mora Fernand: Composite product based on fibres and filler. Aussedat Rey, October 13, 1993: GB2265916-A (44 worldwide citation)

A composite product has a fibrocrystalline heterogenous structure consisting of: on the one hand a plurality of fibres of expanded specific surface area and of hydrophilic character, having a substantial quantity of microfibrils on their surface, and on the other hand crystals of precipitated calciu ...


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David G Izard: Method of making a low density frothed mineral wool. USG Interiors, Robert H Robinson, John M Lorenzen, May 7, 1991: US05013405 (43 worldwide citation)

A method for the manufacture of very low density mineral wool structural panels on a moving foraminous support wire by frothing a dilute aqueous dispersion of mineral wool is disclosed. The forth, a mass of delicate, non-resilient and non-uniform bubbles among the entangled mineral wool fibers readi ...


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Singer Max E: Method of thermoplastic coating of molded pulp. Keyes Fibre Company, April 18, 1972: US3657044 (33 worldwide citation)

A method of coating a contoured portion of a generally porous molded pulp article having sloping side and flat bottom wall portions with generally imperforate thermoplastic material to achieve a superior bonded product. First the article to be coated is placed against an open-face suction die, a fla ...



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