ALLOY SURFACES COMPANY, INC.
|ALLOY SURFACES COMPANY, INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20120097062||USE OF PYROPHORIC PAYLOAD MATERIAL IN AMMUNITION TRAINING ROUNDS - The present invention relates to munitions employed for training and tactical purposes. Specifically, the present invention relates to training munitions (e.g., training rounds) used with various weapons (e.g., grenade launchers), wherein each training round includes a projectile that contains a pyrophoric payload that is released into the environment and reacts with air, upon impact of the projectile with an impact site. The reaction of the pyrophoric payload with air creates a signal that can be observed from a distance, thereby marking the landing or impact site of the projectile after it has been fired from a weapon.||04-26-2012|
|20110283912||Decoys for Infra-Red Radiation Seeking Missiles and Methods of Producing and Using the Same - The present invention relates to decoys for heat-seeking missiles and methods of producing and using the same. The decoys are designed to be kinematic or pseudo-kinematic, producing one or more infra-red radiation emitting clouds that give the appearance of a moving infra-red target in the airspace in which the decoy has been released.||11-24-2011|
|20100080755||COMPOSITION AND PROCESS FOR THE DISPLACEMENT OF HYDROGEN FROM WATER UNDER STANDARD TEMPERATURE AND PRESSURE CONDITIONS AND A HYDROGEN FUEL SYSTEM AND METHODS OF USING THE HYDROGEN FUEL SYSTEM - The present invention relates to the production of hydrogen gas. More particularly, the present invention relates to: (1) a composition and process for the displacement of hydrogen from water under standard temperature and pressure conditions; (2) a hydrogen fuel system; (3) a method for using the hydrogen fuel system in conjunction with a feedstock composition to produce hydrogen gas (e.g., onboard a vehicle); and (4) a method of using the hydrogen fuel system at a reduced cost (e.g., by providing a consumer rebate in exchange for the return of byproduct(s) collected after using the hydrogen fuel system). The composition (e.g., a feedstock composition) comprises finely divided metal powders (e.g., magnesium, or magnesium and aluminum) and can also contain a chloride salt (e.g., sodium chloride or potassium chloride). The process of the present invention comprises adding a composition of the present invention to water (either water that already contains chloride ions—such as seawater—or, alternatively, with compositions that contain a chloride salt, either fresh water or seawater), at standard temperature and pressure conditions, in order to create hydrogen gas from the displacement of hydrogen from the water The methods of the present invention also comprises contacting the feedstock composition of the present invention with water (either water that already contains chloride ions—such as seawater—or, alternatively, with compositions that contain a chloride salt, either fresh water or seawater), at standard temperature and pressure conditions, in order to create hydrogen gas from the displacement of hydrogen from the water.||04-01-2010|
|20090071526||Sustained-heat source and thermogenerator system using the same - A thermogenerator system includes a sustained-heat source with a plurality of pyrophoric material elements each having a same geometric shape and in an encasement having openings, a thermal power generator for converting thermal energy from the sustained-heat source into electricity, and an electrical control system for regulating the electricity.||03-19-2009|
Patent applications by ALLOY SURFACES COMPANY, INC.