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Robert W Gore, Samuel B Allen Jr: Waterproof laminate. W L Gore & Associates, John S Campbell, March 18, 1980: US04194041 (361 worldwide citation)

A waterproof article for use in, for example, protective clothing. The article prevents liquid water from penetrating through to undergarments while at the same time permitting moisture vapor such as perspiration to pass out through the article. The article is thus both breathable and waterproof. Th ...


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Dexter Worden, Frederic T Wilson, Linda J Grubb: Elastomeric waterproof laminate. W L Gore & Associates, Delcina Esser, April 17, 1984: US04443511 (171 worldwide citation)

This invention provides a waterproof and breathable elastomeric polytetrafluoroethylene layered article for use in, for example, material for protective articles. The waterproof and breathable polytetrafluoroethylene layered article can for example, exhibit elastomeric properties of stretch to break ...


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Wallace Noonan: Disposable cat litter holding means. Frederick A Zoda, John J Kane, Albert Sperry, December 15, 1981: US04305544 (32 worldwide citation)

A disposable cat litter holding device such as a box or the like including a horizontally extending bottom preferably rectangular and attached along the ends thereof to upwardly extending end walls and attached at the sides thereof to upwardly extending side walls. An upper side member is secured to ...


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Thomas J Nelson, Robert Richard Krebs, Joel Lane Williams, Donald Murray Marshall, David Wayne Pruitt, Victoria Lynn Stolarski, Virgil Bedell Canady, Mark Thomas Krejchi, Janet Rose Stepan: Waterproof laminate panel. Aquilino & Welsh, November 23, 1999: US05989668 (26 worldwide citation)

A waterproof laminate panel is disclosed. The panel includes a decorative layer and a backing layer. The backing layer is composed of at least one resin impregnated layer bound to a waterproofing layer which substantially prevents the penetration and release of moisture from the panel so as to maint ...


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Laurence Fitch Ellis, Frank Christopher Montie: Breathable waterproof laminate and method for making same. Brookwood Companies, Alston & Bird, January 28, 2003: US06511927 (24 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to waterproof fabric constructions, and more particularly to waterproof, breathable fabric constructions. The waterproof breathable fabric construction includes a microporous membrane layer and a nonporous layer. Cohesion is provided to the fabric construction through t ...


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Shigeru Baba: Breathable waterproof laminate structure. February 10, 2009: US07487624 (13 worldwide citation)

A breathable waterproof structure, made from a waterproof layer, mounted on an exterior wall side, that is a composite of a spun bonded non-woven sheet material with a resin layer on an interior surface of the sheet material; and a vent layer-forming member that is a corrugated spun bonded non-woven ...


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Goran Henningsson, Hans Andersson: Plant protection device with foldable waterproof plant protection curtain. Ludvig Svensson International, Woodbridge & Associates PC, November 30, 1999: US05992088 (11 worldwide citation)

Plant protection device in the form of a weather protection extensible over the cultivation. The protection device including a framework (12) consisting of longitudinal and traverse support elements (13, 14) within which at least one waterproof foldable plant protection curtain (16) is extensible fr ...


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Krebs Robert R, Nelson Thomas J, Williams Joel Lane: Laminate. Premark Rwp Holdings, April 19, 2000: EP0993941-A2 (6 worldwide citation)

A waterproof laminate panel is disclosed. The panel includes a decorative layer and a backing layer. The backing layer is composed of at least one resin impregnated layer bound to a waterproofing layer which substantially prevents the penetration and release of moisture from the panel so as to maint ...


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Pavelescu Liviu Mihai: Piece made of waterproof laminate and its use in shoe making. Akzo Nobel, October 9, 1996: EP0736265-A1 (6 worldwide citation)

The laminated preform consists of an outer layer (1), an insole (6), a lining (3) and a waterproof steam-permeable laminate (2) which has a functional layer (4) and a support layer (5). One edge (12) of the bottom end of the laminate is folded over and stuck to the side possessing the functional lay ...