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Toru Iwakawa: Method of creating a barrier to wood materials and wooden structures from attack by humidity, fungi and insects. Nippon Eisei Center, Beveridge DeGrandi Weilacher & Young L, August 27, 1996: US05549869 (15 worldwide citation)

A method for creating a barrier to protect wood materials for house construction or wooden structures such as houses from humidity, moisture and/or biological attacks, such as wood decaying fungi and termites, is disclosed. The method is to treat wood itself or, preferably, the ground surface under ...


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James E Cantrell: Baffle board construction. Thermal Insulation Company, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, January 29, 1980: US04185433 (15 worldwide citation)

A baffle board for use in house construction to prevent loss of blown-in insulation through the eaves and yet to provide clearance ventilation space between the baffle board and the sheathing. The baffle board is a standard construction adapted for use in truss roofs and offset roofs, and with frami ...


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Nathan W Pingel: Molded wall panel and house construction. PDG Domus Corporation, Standley & Gilcrest, September 5, 2000: US06112473 (13 worldwide citation)

A prefabricated wall and roof unit for easy and cost efficient home construction. The wall unit of the present invention is formed of a steel frame, a molded external panel formed into the shape of traditional building materials and features, and a layer of insulation material. The wall unit may be ...


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Toru Iwakawa: Method and composition for creating a protective barrier. Nippon Eisei Center, Smith Gambrell & Russell, November 13, 2001: US06316016 (12 worldwide citation)

A method for creating a barrier to protect wood materials for house construction or wooden structures such as houses from humidity, moisture and/or biological attacks, such as wood decaying fungi and termites, is disclosed. The method is to treat wood itself or, preferably, the ground surface under ...


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Toru Iwakawa: Foamable composition for creating a barrier to prevent attack of humidity, fungi and insects. Nippon Eisei Center, Beveridge DeGrandi Weilacher & Young L, September 8, 1998: US05804641 (11 worldwide citation)

A barrier to protect wood materials for house construction or wooden structures such as houses from humidity, moisture and/or biological attacks, such as wood decaying fungi and termites, is disclosed. The method is to treat wood itself or, preferably, the ground surface under the floor with a liqui ...


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Edgar Guomundsson, Oli J Asmundsson: Structural panel. Fleit Jacobson Cohn Price Holman & Stern, December 26, 1989: US04888933 (9 worldwide citation)

A structural panel including a board (2) to form a surface (3) and a structural post (1) to provide strength, wherein the supporting post is located at the edge of the board and the bearing direction of the structural post is perpendicular to the board surface, and the board and the structural post ...


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Marissen Roelof, Hornman Hans Hubertus Henricus: Fabric of thermoplastic fibre and continuous reinforcing fibre.. Stamicarbon, March 20, 1991: EP0417827-A1 (9 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a fabric of thermoplastic fibres and continuous reinforcing fibres suited for being processed as a thermoplastic composite prepreg, the thermoplastic fibres of which fabric have a melting point lower than that of the reinforcing fibres and are heated up to and for some time ...


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Metzler I Harold: Post lantern for attachment to structural support member. December 4, 1973: US3777138 (8 worldwide citation)

A post lantern for a structural support column fixed at one end to a base and at the other end to a support channel or the like. The lantern is formed with a housing including two symetrical sections. The sections each include complementary base sections provided with cut-outs which clampingly embra ...


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Angelo Ciao: Rubber building panel and method of manufacturing same. Gifford Krass Groh Sprinkle Patmore Anderson & Citkowski P C, January 6, 1998: US05704178 (7 worldwide citation)

The use of rubber fragments from discarded tires in building panels, including panels suitable for house construction. A rubber panel is constructed of metal frame members, using a metal mesh on the interior for structural strength and support, and ground up rubber fragments which may contain strand ...


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John R Howard, Robert W Loomis: Split-slab house construction. Next Generation Housing Corporation of America, Russell D Weaver, Murray Robinson, June 27, 1978: US04096675 (7 worldwide citation)

A house includes a split-slab foundation having an upper portion constructed within an enclosed on-tract factory and a lower portion constructed on the lot. The superstructure of the house is erected upon the upper portion, and the super-structure and upper portion are transported off-highway by air ...



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