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Antonio Vidal: Elastomeric sponge. E I Du Pont de Nemours and Company, December 22, 1981: US04307204 (43 worldwide citation)

An expandable composition of a solid synthetic vulcanizable elastomer of ethylene/higher alpha-olefin/nonconjugated diene copolymer or polychloroprene, a blowing agent, and a curing agent for the elastomer, said composition containing from about 5-25% based on the weight of total polymer of an ionom ...


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Gordon E Etter, William Hoverman Jr: Weatherstrip and composition of matter therefor. The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, D M Ronyak, December 29, 1981: US04308302 (20 worldwide citation)

A flange mountable weatherstrip includes a coated flange cover and a hollow sealing member. The coating and the sealing member are preferably formed in a single extrusion operation of a single low durometer elastomeric sponge material. The preferred physical properties of the elastomeric material an ...


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Robert D Simonton: Flat cell battery connector seal. David H Wilson, November 19, 1985: US04554226 (17 worldwide citation)

A battery construction for primary cells of the type comprising a sealed flexible plastic envelope containing electrolyte and the active cell elements wherein an external electrical connection comprises a connector plate within the envelope and that connector pierces the envelope. A seal against the ...


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Bleuer Keith T: Tampon assembly. July 4, 1972: US3674025 (17 worldwide citation)

A tampon assembly including an outer tube and an inner tube telescoped into the outer tube, with a tampon body of elastomeric sponge material in the outer tube and expelled therefrom by means of the inner tube. A sheath of thin flexible low-friction material is disposed between the tampon body and t ...


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Robert D Johnson: Elastomeric silicone sponge. Dow Corning Corporation, Roger H Borrousch, July 5, 1983: US04391921 (15 worldwide citation)

A method of producing silicone elastomeric sponge is disclosed. The method comprises freezing an aqueous silicone emulsion, then thawing and drying to produce a silicone sponge containing irregular closed cells. The aqueous silicone emulsion comprises water, an anionically stabilized hydroxyl endblo ...


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Angela E Bova, Donald W Tredinnick: Automotive weatherstripping. Uniroyal Chemical Company, Jerome D Drabiak, May 24, 1994: US05314752 (12 worldwide citation)

The invention concerns a silicone-modified EPDM modified with a freeze release additive of a fatty acid amide and/or optionally, graphite having at least 85% carbon, and compounded and co-extruded onto the surface of elastomeric sponge automotive weatherstripping thereby forming a permanent skin sur ...


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Henry Heinz Jr: Galvanic cell having a resealable vent closure. Union Carbide Corporation, Cornelius F O Brien, April 26, 1977: US04020241 (12 worldwide citation)

A galvanic cell, and a method for making it, having a resealable vent closure consisting of a resilient elastomeric sponge gasket disposed and compressed between the cover of the cell and the upper wall of the cell's container and designed such that gas buildup within the cell in the range of about ...


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Henry Heinz Jr: Method of making a galvanic cell having a resealable vent closure. Union Carbide Corporation, Cornelius F O Brien, December 20, 1977: US04063902 (10 worldwide citation)

A galvanic cell, and a method for making it, having a resealable vent closure consisting of a resilient elastomeric sponge gasket disposed and compressed between the cover of the cell and the upper wall of the cell's container and designed such that gas buildup within the cell in the range of about ...


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Lusk George E: Closed cell elastomeric sponge power cable terminator. G & W Electric Specialty Company, January 11, 1972: US3634604 (8 worldwide citation)

The closed cell elastomeric molded cone system of the invention essentially consists of a compressible dielectric material and thus, has the capability of accommodating a large range of cable diameters for a given cone size. Two sections of compressible elastomeric material, each having special prop ...


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Cush Roger Jon: Silicone elastomer forming compositions. Dow Corning, October 10, 1984: GB2137630-A (5 worldwide citation)

Composition which comprises a mixture of (A) a specified polydiorganosiloxane having a viscosity of from 200 to 100,000 cP at 25 DEG C and having at least two silicon-bonded vinyl groups, (B) a specified organohydrogensiloxane, (C) a platinum catalyst, (D) a substance which inhibits the reaction bet ...