SAINT-GOBAIN ADFORS CANADA, LTD.
|SAINT-GOBAIN ADFORS CANADA, LTD. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20140194020||GLASS MAT FOR ROOFING PRODUCTS - A glass mat includes an assembly of glass fibers, a binder composition and an asphaltic coating. The binder composition includes an organic resin and an adhesion promoter. The glass mat has an at least 2% increase in tear strength as measured using the methods specified in ASTM D3462, compared to an asphaltic coated glass mat having a binder composition without the adhesion promoter. Further provided is an asphalt roofing product including the glass mat and a method of increasing tear strength in an asphalt roofing product.||07-10-2014|
|20130045351||MULTI-DIRECTIONAL REINFORCING DRYWALL TAPE - A reinforcing drywall tape and a method of making the same, the tape having a greige combined with a laid scrim constructed in situ on the greige and bonded to the greige by a resin coating, and a pressure sensitive adhesive fully covering an inward facing surface of the greige wherein the greige is adapted for adherence to drywall sections.||02-21-2013|
|20120312489||Reinforcement Sheet to Reinforce a Cementitious Board - A cementitious board and a reinforcement sheet for the board includes, a water vapor porous layer of glass fibers bonded together by a cured binder, and a hydrophilic coating material being mobile in slurry water to wet the binder coated glass fibers and spread a slurry of a cementitious compound, and the hydrophilic coating material being volatile to dissipate by evaporation at an elevated temperature at which the cementitious compound dries to form a dried cementitious board having both the cementitious compound and the binder coated glass fibers essentially free of the hydrophilic coating material.||12-13-2012|
|20120077397||REINFORCING CARBON FIBERS AND MATERIAL CONTAINING THE FIBERS - A method for making a reinforcement material comprises providing at least one strand of carbon fibers. A polyolefin coating is applied. A coating comprising an inner layer of a first polyolefin material and an outer layer of a second polyolefin material may be coextruded on the at least one strand. The first polyolefin material has a substantially lower viscosity than the second polyolefin material at an extrusion temperature of the coextruding step. Alternatively, polyolefin fibers may be core sheath spun on the strands to coat the strands, and the coated strands of carbon fibers formed into a woven or knit fabric or a non-woven mesh for a reinforcing a material.||03-29-2012|
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