Enka, NC US
|COLBOND INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20110271637||THERMAL BARRIER IN BUILDING STRUCTURES - A building structure includes a base structure (||11-10-2011|
|20110189940||Ridge Vent and Roof Ridge Assembly - A roof ridge vent for installation overlying an open roof ridge to provide ventilation to a space beneath a roof is provided. The ridge vent is a continuous, elongate mat of randomly convoluted polymeric filaments having an openwork upper face, an openwork opposite lower face, a plurality of hollow recesses extending into the mat and opening into the lower face, and opposite longitudinally-extending openwork side edges. The openwork upper face is formed of randomly convoluted filaments formed to provide a relatively flat surface of sufficient density to catch heads of fasteners. The plurality of hollow recesses is defined by a plurality of upstanding openwork walls of convoluted filaments that extend from the upper face to the lower face of the mat. The upstanding openwork walls are arranged in a latticework structure such that no unobstructed passageways extend through the mat through which wind-blown rain and snow can freely pass into the side edges of the mat and laterally pass through the mat. A ventilated roof ridge assembly including the vent is provided.||08-04-2011|
|20110067348||CORRUGATED DECKING FLOORING SYSTEM - The invention includes a corrugated decking flooring system. The corrugated decking flooring system can include a corrugated deck having at least two flutes and a trough between the flutes. A sound insulation layer generally conformal with both the flutes and the troughs of the corrugated deck can be provided. An underlayment layer can be provided over the sound insulation layer.||03-24-2011|
|20090320399||Drainage-Promoting Wrap for an Exterior Wall or Roof of a Building - A drainage-promoting wrap includes an elongate web of a weather-resistive membrane and a series of separate, laterally spaced-apart, elongate filament spacers bonded to a face of the membrane. The filaments are preferably extruded polymeric filaments and have depressions formed therein providing transverse drainage paths across the filaments. Preferably, the filaments extend substantially parallel to each other and to a longitudinal axis of the elongate membrane. In addition, preferably the membrane is made of a polymeric material so that the filaments are thermally bonded to the face of the membrane. Wall and roof assemblies utilizing the wrap and methods of making the wrap are provided.||12-31-2009|
Patent applications by COLBOND INC.