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David C K Lin: Composite roofing panel. Owens Corning Fiberglas Corporation, Ronald C Hudgens, Ted C Gillespie, Paul J Rose, November 29, 1983: US04418108 (27 worldwide citation)

A composite panel including a fibrous glass board and foamed-in-place plastic foam has a perforated sheet at the foam-fiberglass interface, there being at least two holes per square inch in the perforated sheet, the diameter of the holes being less than 0.06 of an inch, and the amount of open area r ...


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Colin C Felton: Composite roofing panel. Teel Plastics, Foley & Lardner, January 10, 2006: US06983571 (19 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a composite panel for use in construction, and particularly for shingling, which comprises natural fiber and a polymer. Due to its composition and layout the construction panel provides all of the advantages of natural materials and high end roofing materials, particul ...


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Willis J Mullet: Sheet material roofing panel. Renner Kenner Greive & Bobak, August 7, 1984: US04463533 (16 worldwide citation)

A composite roofing panel having an upper sheet material panel portion (10) with upstanding male and female edge flanges (14 and 15, respectively) adapted to be interlocked by relative lateral movement with the edges of like panels, and having a lower insulation panel portion (20) with male and fema ...


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Emilien Beaudet: Heat insulating panel. Exxon Research and Engineering Co, Roylance Abrams Berdo & Goodman, April 9, 1985: US04509307 (6 worldwide citation)

Curling of a composite roofing panel having a core of polymeric foam is inhibited by providing the core with at least one slit which opens through opposed edges of the panel and also through one of the major surfaces of the panel, adhering to that one of the major surfaces a lamina of non-foam mater ...


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Godard Pierre: Composite roofing panel, with a wood facing. Reuniplast Sarl, December 19, 1986: FR2583337-A1 (2 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a product enabling the following functions to be performed in a single installation operation: closure and covering; leaktightness, insulation; vapour barrier; and wood ceiling supported at various heights. This is a sandwich-type panel consisting of a leaktight and rot-proo ...


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Structural members. Sydney Howell, Norman Johnson, May 10, 1967: GB1068155-A (1 worldwide citation)

1,068,155. Building structures and structural members; portable bridges. S. HOWELL, and N. JOHNSON. Oct. 1, 1964 [July 2, 1963], No. 26159/63. Headings E1G, E1K and E1W. A structural member which may be transported in collapsed condition, is constructed in the form of a lazy tongs linkage in which t ...


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Lin David C: Panneau composite pour plate-forme de couverture, Composite roofing panel. Owens Corning Fiberglas Corporation, SMART & BIGGAR, February 26, 1985: CA1182974

COMPOSITE ROOFING PANEL ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSURE A composite panel including a fibrous glass boardand foamed-in-place plastic foam has a perforated sheet atthe foam-fiberglass interface, there being at least twoholes per square inch in the perforated sheet, the diameterof the holes being less than ...


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Colin C Felton: Composite roofing panel. Mark A Kassel, Foley & Lardner, April 11, 2002: US20020040557-A1

The present invention provides a composite panel for use in construction, and particularly for shingling, which comprises natural fiber and a polymer. Due to its composition and layout the construction panel provides all of the advantages of natural materials and high end roofing materials, particul ...


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Colin C Felton: Composite roofing panel. Foley & Lardner, November 24, 2005: US20050257465-A1

The present invention provides a composite panel for use in construction, and particularly for shingling, which comprises natural fiber and a polymer. Due to its composition and layout the construction panel provides all of the advantages of natural materials and high end roofing materials, particul ...


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East Richard George: Self supporting composite roofing panel. East Richard George, February 15, 2001: WO/2001/011161

A roofing system includes a roof element (12) comprises upper (64) and lower (66) layers of a rigid strong sheet roofing material and includes a layer of insulating material sandwiched between the two layers. In lateral cross section, the element defines two generally planar beam sections (56) dispo ...