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Mark E Harakal, George J Wasilczyk, Gary D Andrew, Zdizslaw Makus, Michael Scarpati: Water based mold release compositions for making molded polyurethane foam. Air Products and Chemicals, Michael Leach, James C Simmons, William F Marsh, July 2, 1991: US05028366 (146 worldwide citation)

A method for preparing a polyurethane foam article in a mold by applying to a mold surface a water-based mold release composition which includes a release effective system which is in a solid (hardened) state at the mold pour temperature and a liquid state at the demold temperature, pouring a polyur ...


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Chad E Garvey, Gerard J F Ring: Superwicking crosslinked polyurethane foam composition containing amino acid. Kimberly Clark Corporation, William E Maycock, April 26, 1988: US04740528 (54 worldwide citation)

An absorbent superwicking crosslinked polyurethane foam composition, into which is incorporated an effective amount of at least one amino acid, a one percent by weight aqueous solution of which has a pH of no more than about 8. The amino acid contains one amino group and at least one carboxylic acid ...


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Burley Burk Collins, Miller Durrett Collins, Charles A Ridge: Method of manufacturing carpet pads from a polyurethane foam composition. National Foam Cushion Manufacturing, Charles D Gunter Jr, December 8, 1998: US05846461 (42 worldwide citation)

A novel polyurethane foam is shown which uses ground vehicle tires as a filler material. A method of manufacturing a carpet pad using the novel polyurethane composition is also shown. A frame is provided to which is mounted a conveyor belt. The conveyor belt feeds a first liner having an exposed sur ...


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Ashida Kaneyoshi: Flame-resistive polyurethane foam composition. Nisshin Boseki Kabushiki Kaisha, December 7, 1971: US3625872 (24 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to flame-resistive, nonflammable foam compositions comprising a flame-resistive organic foam material and an inorganic filler. The flame-resistive organic foam material is produced by using an aromatic polyisocyanate having no ortho substituent, an active hydrogen-containing c ...


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John Muller: Plastic shell for foam moldings. Davidson Textron, John C Evans, November 7, 1989: US04878827 (23 worldwide citation)

For automotive interior trim molding assemblies having a vinyl skin shell, a reinforcement insert, and an intermediate reaction type polyurethane foam composition, a vinyl skin shell which has a gasket-type peripheral edge formed thereon for abutting cooperation with the reinforcement insert to prev ...


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Cekada Jr Joseph, Reinink Edwin E: Method for releasing polyurethane foam from a mold. Dow Corning Corporation, November 30, 1971: US3624190 (21 worldwide citation)

The deposition of a diorganopolysiloxane in liquid form on the surface of a mold is used in making polyurethane foam articles. The diorganopolysiloxane is a release agent for polyurethane foam when applied on a mold surface which has been treated with a conventional release agent. The steps of the m ...


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Raymond J Wilcox: Vehicle wheel. Reising Ethington Barnard Perry and Brooks, July 13, 1976: US03968996 (19 worldwide citation)

Polyurethane foam is used in a three-piece vehicle wheel as a load bearing and load transmitting structural element. The rim of the wheel, an inner wheel disc, and an outer decorative wheel disc are bonded together by the polyurethane foam. The rim includes an interlock lip to interlock the rim with ...


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Walter Richard Rosemund, Charles Vincent Rose: Polyurethane foam composition and method of making same. Union Carbide Corporation, Bernard Francis Crowe, November 29, 1977: US04060439 (18 worldwide citation)

One-shot, flexible polyurethane foams capable of being thermally bonded to various substrates are produced by adding low molecular weight alkylene glycols, glycol ethers, triols, alkanolamine, or polyhydric phenols as modifiers to conventional polyisocyanate foaming mixtures.


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Raymond J Wilcox: Method for making a vehicle wheel with a foamed resin core. Reising Ethington Barnard Perry & Brooks, May 8, 1979: US04153657 (18 worldwide citation)

Polyurethane foam is used in a three-piece vehicle wheel as a load bearing and load transmitting structural element. The rim of the wheel, an inner wheel disc, and an outer decorative wheel disc are bonded together by the polyurethane foam. The rim includes an interlock lip to interlock the rim with ...


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Boyer Nicodemus E, Weaver Marvin P: Self-extinguishing polyurethane foams. Borg Warner Corporation, September 28, 1971: US3609107 (17 worldwide citation)

A polyurethane foam composition containing dialkyl hydroxyalkanephosphonates incorporated therein. The phosphonate compounds are utilized as integral parts of the polyurethane polymeric chain and are chemically combined therewith to lend fire-retardant characteristics to the polyurethane composition ...