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Richard C Fuisz: Spun fibrous cosmetic and method of use. Fuisz Pharmaceutical, Brooks Haidt Haffner & Delahunty, October 10, 1989: US04873085 (78 worldwide citation)

A melt spinnable carrier agent such as sugar is combined with a cosmetic then converted into fiber form by melt spinning with "cotton candy" fabricating equipment. The as-spun product is converted to compacted individual dosage units. Examples are presented for topical application. All applications ...


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John T Sullivan: Cotton candy machine. Sells Floto, Blum Kaplan, December 27, 1988: US04793782 (77 worldwide citation)

A floss head assembly for making striped cotton candy is provided. The floss head assembly has upper and lower chambers that are adapted to melt two different colors of sugar in order to provide striped cotton candy. A stripe enhancer is provided intermediate the upper and lower chambers and serves ...


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Richard C Fuisz: Dispersed systems and method of manufacture. Fuisz Pharmaceutical, Brooks Haidt Haffner & Delahunty, April 30, 1991: US05011532 (76 worldwide citation)

Oleaginous substances such as vegetable oil, baby oil, olive oil, margarine, lanolin, cocoa butter and the like have their affinity for water altered by mixing the oleaginous substance with sugar and melt spinning the mixture in a cotton candy spinning machine or the equivalent. As so modified the p ...


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Jonathan Michael Bamer, Gregory Stevens Conrad: Filter insert for a storm drain. Robert Samuel Smith, October 13, 1998: US05820762 (75 worldwide citation)

An insert for a storm drain or sanitary sewer inlet such as are found in factory or warehouse floors, parking lots and car washes in which the insert holds one or more bags of filter media. The bags have a very open structure such as coarse weave cotton permitting water entering the drain to pass th ...


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Osamu Hasegawa, Satoshi Aotsuka, Soichiro Takenishi, Hirofumi Uchimiya: Cotton plant gene. Nisshinbo, Jones & Askew, January 2, 2001: US06169174 (75 worldwide citation)

Nucleotide sequences of cotton plant cDNA clones randomly selected are determined. Homology search is performed between the sequences and known gene sequences registered in the data base. Thus a gene, which controls the fiber formation mechanism in cotton plant and which can be used for industrially ...


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Stephen W Foss: Anti-microbial fiber and fibrous products. Foss Manufacturing Co, Perkins Smith & Cohen, Jerry Cohen, John Hamilton, September 20, 2005: US06946196 (73 worldwide citation)

Anti-microbial and/or anti-fungal footwear components formed from various thermoplastic polymers and additives in fibers in a mono-component form or a bi-component form in either a core-sheath or side-by-side configurations. The anti-microbial synthetic fibers include inorganic anti-microbial additi ...


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Arthur R Howard: Hand protector. Wendell Coffee, October 4, 1977: US04051553 (73 worldwide citation)

For football, a hard foam rubber pad is affixed to the back of a lightweight cotton glove. The pad extends over the knuckles, (metacarpo-phalangeal joint), of a hand inserted in the glove. The pad is molded so as to force the fingers to naturally curl without conscious effort, but allowing the finge ...


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Isamu Michihata, Masahito Takada, Kunio Shimizu, Koichi Nagayasu, Noriki Tachibana: Polarizing plate protective cellulose triacetate film. Konica Corporation, Frishauf Holtz Goodman Langer & Chick P C, November 20, 2001: US06320042 (73 worldwide citation)

A cellulose triacetate film characterized in being comprised of cellulose triacetate which is prepared by employing cotton liter as the raw material, having a value of weight average molecular weight Mw/number average molecular weight Mn of 3.5 to 4.5, or being comprised of cellulose triacetate whic ...


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Improvements in or relating to the treatment of cellulosic textile fabrics. Heberlein And Co, August 4, 1965: GB1000383-A (73 worldwide citation)

Cellulosic fabrics, e.g. woven, non-woven or knitted fabrics composed wholly or partly of cotton, regenerated cellulose or cellulose derivative fibres, are creaseproofed by impregnating them with an aqueous solution containing 5-40% by weight of a salt as a swelling agent for cellulose and a cellulo ...


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Luz P Requejo, Kathryn H Ferguson, Keith G Patzen, Bradley Matyas: Compression-molded candle product. S C Johnson & Son, February 1, 2000: US06019804 (72 worldwide citation)

This invention provides a prilled wax composition that can be compression-molded to a votive type candle product which has a superior combination of density and hardness properties. An invention receptacle-contained votive candle can have a burn rate between about 2 and 5 grams per hour with a stand ...



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