Konishi Co., Ltd.
|Konishi Co., Ltd. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20130224376||METHOD FOR PRODUCING POLYURETHANE PARTICLES - It is provided smooth polyurethane particles for oil absorption under producing, treating, keeping and transporting. A polyurethane particle consists of a body of the polyurethane particle and hydrophilic fine silica powders existing on the body. The body is obtained by three-dimensionally polymerizing an isocyanate-terminated urethane prepolymer with trifunctional or more functional amines. The isocyanate-terminated urethane prepolymer is obtained by reacting polyisocyanates and polyols including a poly(tetramethylene ether)glycol. The polyurethane particles are obtained by spray-drying a mixed aqueous dispersion in which the hydrophilic fine silica powders and the polyurethane spheres are dispersed in a water.||08-29-2013|
|20110116896||Strip of metallic fasteners adhered to each other - To provide a strip of metallic fasteners adhered to each other using a coating agent that needs no halogenated substance, as represented by vinyl chloride resin, at all, achieves performance equivalent to or better than that of a conventional coating agent for metallic fasteners, and has an improved blocking resistance, which used to be insufficient with the conventional products, whereby helping productivity to increase and to reduce load on environment.||05-19-2011|
|20090326151||HAIR COSMETIC - Provided is a hair cosmetic that can exhibit hair styling capability, natural finishing capability, and hair style retentivity respectively at superior levels.||12-31-2009|
|20090264602||Curable Resin Composition and Cold Setting Adhesive - Disclosed is a moisture-curing type curable resin composition containing: a curable resin intramolecularly having a silicon-containing functional group; and a Lewis acid or a complex of the Lewis acid as a curing catalyst, the Lewis acid being selected from the group consisting of metal halides and boron halides, which is rapidly cured at room temperature. The silicon-containing functional group is represented by general formula: —SiX||10-22-2009|
Patent applications by Konishi Co., Ltd.