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Class / Patent application numberDescriptionNumber of patent applications / Date published
427457000 DIRECT APPLICATION OF ELECTRICAL, MAGNETIC, WAVE, OR PARTICULATE ENERGY 2252
427058000 ELECTRICAL PRODUCT PRODUCED 1192
427331000 WITH POST-TREATMENT OF COATING OR COATING MATERIAL 913
427248100 COATING BY VAPOR, GAS, OR SMOKE 796
427256000 NONUNIFORM COATING 676
427200100 MEDICAL OR DENTAL PURPOSE PRODUCT; PARTS; SUBCOMBINATIONS; INTERMEDIATES (E.G., BALLOON CATHETER, SPLINT) 463
427008000 MEASURING, TESTING, OR INDICATING 404
427162000 OPTICAL ELEMENT PRODUCED 270
427421100 SPRAYING 236
427180000 SOLID PARTICLES OR FIBERS APPLIED 234
427299000 WITH PRETREATMENT OF THE BASE 226
427446000 SPRAY COATING UTILIZING FLAME OR PLASMA HEAT (E.G., FLAME SPRAYING, ETC.) 218
427212000 PARTICLES, FLAKES, OR GRANULES COATED OR ENCAPSULATED 161
427127000 MAGNETIC BASE OR COATING 133
427402000 APPLYING SUPERPOSED DIVERSE COATING OR COATING A COATED BASE 122
427140000 RESTORING OR REPAIRING 99
427230000 INTERIOR OF HOLLOW ARTICLE COATING 99
427430100 IMMERSION OR PARTIAL IMMERSION 93
427207100 COATING REMAINS ADHESIVE OR IS INTENDED TO BE MADE ADHESIVE 89
427243000 FORAMINOUS PRODUCT PRODUCED 61
427240000 CENTRIFUGAL FORCE UTILIZED 59
427294000 VACUUM UTILIZED PRIOR TO OR DURING COATING 58
427226000 HEAT DECOMPOSITION OF APPLIED COATING OR BASE MATERIAL 51
427136000 COATING PAVEMENT OR THE EARTH (E.G., ROADMAKING, ETC.) 47
427289000 WITH CUTTING, HOLDING, SEVERING, OR ABRADING THE BASE 35
427209000 APPLICATION TO OPPOSITE SIDES OF SHEET, WEB, OR STRIP (EXCLUDING PROCESSES WHERE ALL COATING IS BY IMMERSION) 34
427428010 ROLLER APPLICATOR UTILIZED (E.G., PADDING, ETC.) 32
427154000 REMOVABLE PROTECTIVE COATING APPLIED 27
427133000 MOLD COATING 26
427160000 COATING HAS X-RAY, ULTRAVIOLET, OR INFRARED PROPERTIES 22
427420000 FALLING CURTAIN OF COATING MATERIAL UTILIZED (I.E., CURTAIN COATING) 20
427429000 BRUSH OR ABSORBENT APPLICATOR UTILIZED 18
427157000 FLUORESCENT OR PHOSPHORESCENT COATING 17
427001000 BODY MEMBER PRINTING (E.G., FINGERPRINTING, ETC.) 15
427177000 WITH WINDING, BALLING, ROLLING, OR COILING 14
427444000 PRETREATMENT, PER SE, OR POST-TREATMENT, PER SE (WITHOUT CLAIMED COATING) 14
427145000 LATENT IMAGE FORMED OR DEVELOPED 13
427401000 COMBINED 12
427146000 TRANSFER OR COPY SHEET MAKING 10
427011000 FRICTIONAL APPLICATION (I.E., RUBBING SOLID COATING MATERIAL ON BASE) 9
427004000 PLANT MEMBER OR ANIMAL SPECIMEN COATING 9
427007000 FRAUD OR TAMPER DETECTING 9
427144000 HECTROGRAPHIC OR COPYING SURFACE MAKING 6
427161000 TRANSPARENCY OR TRANSLUCENCY INCREASED (E.G., MAKING WINDOW ENVELOPES, ETC.) 5
20100227052METHODS FOR PROCESSING SUBSTRATES HAVING AN ANTIMICROBIAL COATING - Methods for processing substrate surfaces carrying coatings comprising a metal are disclosed. The methods involve providing a substrate surface having a coating comprising a metal, and exposing the substrate surface to a halogen-containing gas.09-09-2010
20090208644Organosiloxane inclusive precursors having ring and/or cage-like structures for use in combustion deposition - Certain example embodiments relate to a method of forming a coating on a glass substrate using combustion deposition. A glass substrate having at least one surface to be coated is provided. An organosiloxane inclusive precursor having a ring- or cage-like structure to be combusted is introduced. Using at least one flame, at least a portion of the precursor is combusted to form a combusted material, the combusted material including non-vaporized material. The glass substrate is provided in an area so that the glass substrate is heated sufficiently to allow the combusted material to form the coating, directly or indirectly, on the glass substrate. In certain example embodiments, the precursor is a cyclic siloxane based and/or polyhedral silsesquioxane (POSS) based precursor, which advantageously may affect the coating's transmission and/or reflection properties compared to conventionally used silicon precursors. For example, a single-layer anti-reflective coating including silicon oxide may increase visible transmission of the uncoated substrate by at least about 2.0%.08-20-2009
20110159177Coated Translucent Substrate For A Greenhouse And A Freezer Door - An coated translucent substrate that comprises a translucent substrate, an anti-reflection coating and a conductive oxide coating and a process for manufacturing the same is provided. The translucent substrate has a first surface at a first side. The anti-reflection coating is provided at the first side of the translucent substrate to reduce the reflection of light by the coated translucent substrate. The anti-reflection coating is applied to the conductive oxide coating. The conductive oxide coating is arranged between the first surface of the translucent substrate and the anti-reflection coating to reduce the transmission of light in the near infrared spectrum through the coated translucent substrate. The conductive oxide coating comprises SnO06-30-2011
20130136856THREE-DIMENSIONAL EFFECT PRINTING METHOD - A three-dimensional effect printing method includes steps of providing a housing including a transparent substrate; printing an uneven transparent texture layer to form a textured pattern on an inner surface of the transparent substrate opposite to an outer surface facing a viewer; drying the transparent texture layer; printing a colored texture layer on the transparent texture layer; and drying the colored texture layer.05-30-2013
20130095237SOL-GEL BASED ANTIREFLECTIVE COATINGS USING ALKYLTRIALKOXYSILANE BINDERS HAVING LOW REFRACTIVE INDEX AND HIGH DURABILITY - Methods and compositions for forming porous low refractive index coatings on substrates are provided. The method comprises coating a substrate with a sol-formulation comprising silica based nanoparticles and an alkyltrialkoxysilane based binder. Use of the alkyltrialkoxysilane based binder results in a porous low refractive index coating having bimodal pore distribution including mesopores formed from particle packing and micropores formed from the burning off of organics including the alkyl chain covalently bonded to the silicon. The mass ratio of binder to particles may vary from 0.1 to 20. Porous coatings formed according to the embodiments described herein demonstrate good optical properties (e.g. a low refractive index) while maintaining good mechanical durability due to the presence of a high amount of binder and a close pore structure.04-18-2013
427171000 WITH STRETCHING OR TENSIONING 5
20130034655PROCESS FOR FABRICATION OF A PART WITH TUBULAR GEOMETRY MADE FROM A CERAMIC MATRIX COMPOSITE MATERIAL - The invention relates to a device for tensioning a preform made from interlaced fibres and a process for fabricating a part made from a ceramic matrix composite material, using this preform. During this process, the preform is tensioned before and during its densification using the tensioning device (02-07-2013
20080220161METHOD OF AND APPARATUS FOR MAKING A SPUNBOND - A spunbond web is made by extruding a multiplicity of hot thermoplastic filaments, passing the filaments along an upstream stretch of a path, cooling and stretching the filaments as they move along the upstream stretch of the path, and depositing the cooled and stretched filaments at a downstream end of the upstream stretch on a foraminous belt such that the filaments form a mat thereon. The belt is continuously displaced the belt so as to move the mat downstream along a downstream leg of the path. The mat on the belt, then consolidated with a high-pressure water-jet treatment, and further processed.09-11-2008
20120064236PROCESS OF FABRICATING PREPREG SHEET FOR PRINTED-WIRING BOARD AND DEVICE OF FABRICATING PREPREG SHEET FOR PRINTED-WIRING BOARD - The present invention has been aimed to propose a process and a device of fabricating a prepreg for a printed circuit board which are capable of controlling respective thicknesses of resin layers on the opposite surfaces of a resultant prepreg, removing air bubbles from the resultant prepreg, and improving productivity.03-15-2012
20120076931FUSER MEMBER - The present teachings provide a fuser member. The fuser member includes a substrate layer comprising a polyimide polymer and a hydroxyl terminated polybutadiene. A method of manufacturing a fuser member containing a polyimide polymer and a hydroxyl terminated polybutadiene is presented.03-29-2012
20100272887THIN FILM FORMING APPARATUS AND THIN FILM FORMING METHOD - To provide a thin film forming apparatus capable of uniformly and adequately cooling down a substrate. The thin film forming apparatus of the present invention forms a thin film on an elongated substrate in vacuum and includes: a cooling body 10-28-2010
427242000 RUMBLING OR TUMBLING 4
20090258140Method for coating the outer surface of a cylinder sleeve - The invention relates to a method for coating the outer surface of a cylinder bushing. A small segment of the cylinder bushing is immersed into a melt which consists of a zinc based alloy comprising alloy components of aluminium and copper and which extends in a continuous manner over the entire axial length of the cylinder bushing, after cleaning and roughening the external surface, and the cylinder bushing is rotated about the longitudinal axis thereof, until a metal layer is formed on the outer surface of the cylinder bushing, which extends in a continuous manner over the entire length thereof and which consists of a zinc based alloy. The copper prevents an oxide skin, which is difficult to remove from the metal layer, from forming and also increases rigidity in the binding layer.10-15-2009
20110287182APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR COLORING LANDSCAPE MATERIAL - An apparatus for coloring landscape material, including a frame and a drum rotatably mounted on the frame. The drum includes a longitudinal centerline and a wall that defines a chamber. A plurality of projections are formed on an inner surface of the wall in the chamber. A colorant delivery system includes a dispensing structure extending into the chamber and defines outlets for emitting colorant. The outlets are generally offset from the drum longitudinal centerline. The colorant delivery system delivers colorant to the chamber, and the landscape material is tumbled in the chamber by the projections when the drum rotates. A method for coloring landscape material is also provided.11-24-2011
20090104349PRODUCTION OF SECONDARY AGGREGATES - Secondary aggregates are prepared from inert waste fines, from, for example, quarrying and combustion processes, using a combination of accelerated carbonation and tumbling, such that aggregate particles composed of successive layers of solid carbonate-based reaction products form a hard aggregate suitable for use in concrete. The process may carried out by loading the starting materials, and if necessary, water into a cylindrical drum that is rotatable about its horizontal axis, and the interior is charged with a carbon dioxide atmosphere, or mounted within a larger vessel that holds a carbon dioxide atmosphere. Aggregates are formed as coatings on core particles as tumbling proceeds, and the coatings are hardened by in situ formation of carbonates by reaction with the carbon dioxide.04-23-2009
20130202792BOND COATING POWDER, METHOD OF MAKING, AND A METHOD OF APPLYING AS BOND COATING - Provided is bond coating powder and method of making. The method includes providing a powder including a plurality of parent particles. The method includes providing a plurality of dispersoids. The method includes mechanically alloying the powder and the plurality of dispersoids at ambient temperature. The mechanical alloying operable to provide a selective occupation of the plurality of dispersoids in a grain boundary area of the plurality of parent particles providing the bond coating powder. The plurality of dispersoids occupy about 18 percent to about 30 percent of the grain boundary area of the bond coating powder.08-08-2013
427445000 MISCELLANEOUS 3
20090246397RESIST SOLUTION SUPPLY APPARATUS, RESIST SOLUTION SUPPLY METHOD, AND COMPUTER STORAGE MEDIUM - The present invention is a resist solution supply apparatus for supplying a resist solution to a coating nozzle for discharging the resist solution to a substrate, including: a resist solution supply source storing the resist solution therein; a supply tube for supplying the resist solution from the resist solution supply source to the coating nozzle; a heating means provided on a side of the resist solution supply source along the supply tube for heating the resist solution in the supply tube to a predetermined temperature higher than room temperature; and a cooling means provided on a side of the coating nozzle along the supply tube for cooling the resist solution in the supply tube down to room temperature.10-01-2009
20100310782METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR APPLYING A SEALANT - A method and apparatus for applying a sealant includes a first chamber that retains a first substance. A second chamber retains a second substance, wherein the second chamber is in selective fluid communication with the first chamber. A third chamber retains a third substance. A first actuator is configured to cause fluid communication of the first and second chambers to allow the first and second substances to comingle and form a first mixture. A second actuator is configured to urge the first mixture and the third substance out of the sealant application apparatus.12-09-2010
20080220176PICKERING EMULSIONS, AQUEOUS DISPERSIONS OF POLYMERIC PARTICLES, COATINGS, AND PARTICLE NETWORKS FORMED THEREFROM - Disclosed are Pickering emulsions, related aqueous dispersions, and methods for their preparation, both of which include the use of a water insoluble promoter. Also disclosed are coatings and particle networks formed therefrom.09-11-2008
427223000 FLAME CONTACT 3
20090202717Anti-Fouling Coatings for Combustion System Components Exposed to Slag, Ash and/or Char - A coating for use in combustion systems includes a plurality of refractory metal particles in a ceramic, glass or metal matrix disposed on surfaces of the system that are prone to slag, ash, and/or char buildup during operation of the combustion system. The coating is effective to prevent any substantial interaction with the slag, ash, and/or char.08-13-2009
20090311423Surface-assisted combustion deposition deposited coatings, and/or methods of making the same - Certain example embodiments relate to surface-assisted combustion deposition deposited coatings (e.g., metal oxide coatings) formed on glass substrates, and/or methods of making the same. In certain example embodiments, a wet-applied (e.g., sol-gel applied) pre-treatment coating increases a number of nucleation sites on or proximate to the at least one surface of the substrate to be coated, and/or increases a number of binding sites or forms a binding medium on the at least one surface of the substrate to be coated. A combustion deposition deposited growth is formed thereon. The pre-treatment coating may facilitate the combustion deposition depositing of coatings.12-17-2009
20130095240ANTIMICROBIAL FINISH ON FABRICS - A formulation is provided which comprises at least one phenolic compound in an amount of about 0.5 to about 1.2% of the mass of the formulation; at least one fragrance in an amount of about 0.3 to about 1.0% of the mass of the formulation; and at least one alcohol in an amount of about 90 to about 99% of the mass of the formulation. Said formulation is surfactant free and being capable of rendering anti-microbial finish to fabrics. And also, a process for preparing a fabric with anti-microbial finish is provided.04-18-2013
427399000 BASE SUPPLIED CONSTITUENT 2
20110097501Methods for extracting titanium metal and useful alloys from titanium oxides - Titanium-containing metal is extracted from its oxide(s) by way of a redox chemical reaction with a reducing metal. Specifically, an intimate mixture of the reducing metal and the titanium-containing oxide(s) is produced, in a preferred embodiment, by forming a metal-ceramic composite material featuring these two constituents. In a preferred embodiment, the composite body is made by infiltrating the reduced metal in molten form, into a permeable mass containing the titanium-bearing oxide(s). Concurrently or subsequent to infiltration, the redox reaction is carried out to transform the composite material, thereby forming a complex intimate mixture containing one or more oxides of the reducing metal, a titanium-containing metal, which could include an alloy of titanium with the reducing metal and/or one or more intermetallic compounds of titanium and the reducing metal, and possibly also some residual reducing metal, which itself possibly contains some titanium metal. One technique for removing the titanium-containing metal is to then comminute the transformed composite material while the metal constituent is still molten, such as by high speed shearing. The dispersed ceramic constituents can then be permitted to separate, and the metal component containing the titanium can simply be decanted.04-28-2011
20120135153GLASS SUBSTRATE FOR MAGNETIC DISK AND MANUFACTURING METHOD OF THE SAME - A glass substrate for a magnetic disk of the invention is a disk-shaped glass substrate for a magnetic disk where the substrate has a main surface and end face and is subjected to chemical reinforcement treatment, and is characterized in that the penetration length in the uppermost-portion stress layer on the main surface is 49.1 μm or less, and that assuming that an angle between the main surface and compressive stress in the stress profile by a Babinet compensator method is θ, a value y of {12·t·ln(tan θ)+(49.1/t)} is the penetration length in the uppermost-portion stress layer or less.05-31-2012
427005000 RADIOACTIVE BASE OR COATING 1
20110014353CORROSION RESISTANT NEUTRON ABSORBING COATINGS - A method of forming a corrosion resistant neutron absorbing coating comprising the steps of spray or deposition or sputtering or welding processing to form a composite material made of a spray or deposition or sputtering or welding material, and a neutron absorbing material. Also a corrosion resistant neutron absorbing coating comprising a composite material made of a spray or deposition or sputtering or welding material, and a neutron absorbing material.01-20-2011

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