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428304400 - Composite having voids in a component (e.g., porous, cellular, etc.)

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Class / Patent application numberDescriptionNumber of patent applications / Date published
428319300 Synthetic resin or natural rubbers 74
428319100 Inorganic 43
428318600 Of about the same composition as, and adjacent to, the void-containing component 11
20090208728SURFACE MODIFIER - A surface modifier comprising an organosilicone compound represented by General Formula (A) and/or General Formula (B): F—(CF08-20-2009
20100119813FIRE RETARDANT POLYSTYRENE - A composition comprising: (i) expanded or expandable polystyrene beads or particles (ii) an intumescent, and (iii) a fire-resistant binder the weight of (i) being in the range 20-75% by weight based on the total weight of (i), (ii) and (iii) is disclosed. The fire-resistant binder is an inorganic material chosen from the list comprising metal, silicates, metal aluminates, metal amminosilicates and zeolites preferably an aqueous solution of sodium silicate. A method of preparing a fire-retardant polystyrene is also disclosed.05-13-2010
20090274892HYDROPHOBIC OPEN CELLED FOAM AND METHOD OF MAKING THE SAME - A hydrophobic insulating foam for use in, for example, insulating the walls of an aircraft fuselage, includes a base foam and a water repellant coating. The base foam has a plurality of interconnected open cells. The interconnected open cells and the outside of the base foam define a surface area. The water repellant coating is deposited on the surface area. The hydrophobic open celled foam may be made by providing a base foam having a plurality of interconnected open cells, providing a water repellant coating, and depositing the water repellant coating upon the surface area of the provided base foam.11-05-2009
20100143698BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION ELEMENT - For a production of building and construction elements with utilization of municipal wastes there is designed an element provided with at least one basic layer of pressed pulp of laminated foodstuff packages, covered at least at one side by a plastic sheet and having outside cover layers. The basic layer comprises particles the dimension of which is maximal 30 mm.06-10-2010
20090130426Composite Coated/Encapsulated Wood Products and Methods to Produce the Same - Composite coated wood products, and methods to produce such products, are described by embodiments of the invention. Composite layers may comprise polymer and fillers, such as organic fillers and inorganic fillers. The composite layers may also be foamed in some embodiments of the invention. Such composite coated wood products may be structural or non-structural pieces that may provide safe, economical, easy to manufacture construction products that may be utilized with wood composites, and other plastic composites. Such products may also promote uniformity of appearance in objects constructed with the composite coated wood products in a variety of applications.05-21-2009
20100272983SOUND-ABSORBING, RESISTANT PANELS AND PROCESS FOR MAKING SAME - A composition includes a set hydraulic binder; and a foaming agent and has a porosity ≧0.55; a flow resistivity between 10000 and 200000 N.s.m-4; a tortuosity between 1.2 and 3.4; a viscous characteristic length between 10 μm and 60 μm; a thermal characteristic length between 60 μm and 1000 μm; and a compressive strength of at least 0.30 MPa as measured by modified ASTM C472.10-28-2010
20080280125Components with A Conductive Copper Sulfide Skin - The present disclosure relates to a conductive component that may be used in an image forming device. The component includes a compressible material such as open cell foam having external and internal surfaces and a conductive material disposed thereon to a selected thickness. The conductive material includes copper sulfide.11-13-2008
20080286557Pyrolysis Systems, Methods, and Resultants Derived Therefrom - A system and process for gasification of a carbonaceous feedstock uses pyrolysis to produce a gas product, which may include methane, ethane, and other desirable hydrocarbon gases, and a solids product, which includes activated carbon or carbon. The gas product may then be filtered using at least a portion of the activated carbon from the solids product as a filtering medium. In an embodiment, at least some of the noxious chemicals are sequestered or removed from the gas product in one or more filtering steps using the activated carbon as a filtering medium. In a further embodiment, the filtering steps are performed in stages using activated carbon at different temperatures. A high-temperature pyrolysis system that produces activated carbon may be combined with another high-temperature pyrolysis system that does not produce activated carbon to provide filtering of noxious compounds using activated carbon from the first high-temperature pyrolysis system. A high-temperature pyrolysis system may be combined with one or more low-temperature feedstock conversion processes such that waste heat from the high-temperature pyrolysis system is used to operate the low-temperature process. A novel non-wetting carbon having pores fused with silica can be produced from using the system and process.11-20-2008
20090004459Utility materials incorporating a microparticle matrix - A utility material can include microparticles, an organic binder and an inorganic binder. The microparticles can be present in an amount from about 25 wt % to about 60 wt %, based on wet formulation. The inorganic binder can optionally include sodium silicate. The organic binder can optionally include a vinyl acetate. The utility material can be formed into a variety of different products or building materials, such as wallboard, shear panels. In addition, the building material may be particularly used to attenuate sound.01-01-2009
20080311377Process for producing physically foamed polyolefin foams and insulation foams prepared therewith - The invention relates to a process for producing a polyolefin foam having a higher temperature resistance and comprising a polypropylene and/or polyethylene, which process comprises first mixing and melting one or more polyolefins having a melting range, measured by means of differential scanning calorimetry at a heating rate of 10° C./min, within the range of 95 to 170° C. and optionally other polyolefins and/or additives so as to form a homogeneous mixture having a melt temperature within the range of 120 to 160° C., melting said homogeneous mixture in an extruder, mixing said molten mixture with a physical foaming agent and subsequently cooling said mixture so that the molten mixture transfers from the liquid phase into a semi-crystalline phase, and expanding the cooled mixture into a foam. The invention further relates to an insulation foam produced with said process.12-18-2008
20100304124COATING FORMULATION FOR OFFSET PAPER AND PAPER COATED THEREWITH - Coated paper for offset printing comprising at least on one side a top coating layer with improved ink scuff behaviour, said top coating layer comprising a pigment part, the 100 parts in dry weight thereof comprising in the range of 2-40 parts in dry weight of a fine particulate, preferably organosilane surface-treated Phyllosilicate pigment like (as pure as possible) Talcum, a binder part of 2-20 parts in dry weight of binder and optionally additives in the range of 0-8 parts in dry weight.12-02-2010
20120202045STRUCTURE AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING STRUCTURE - A structure includes a base material made of metal and a surface coating layer provided on a surface of said base material. The surface coating layer includes a first layer provided on the surface of said base material and a second layer provided directly or indirectly on the first layer as an outermost layer of said surface coating layer. The first layer contains an amorphous inorganic material. The second layer contains a crystalline inorganic material having a softening point of about 950° C. or higher.08-09-2012
20120148826Adhesive strength enhancers for cementitious compositions - An adhesion bond strength enhancer for cementitious adhesive mortar is disclosed. The adhesion enhancer improves bond strength between the mortar and relatively hydrophobic plastic material, such as extruded polystyrene boards and expanded polystyrene boards of the type generally employed in Exterior Insulation Finishing Systems (“EIFS”). Preparation of non-caking, free-flowing, solid dialkyl sulfosuccinate compositions for use as the adhesion enhancer is also disclosed. The adhesion enhancer is attractive for large-scale application in mineral mortar dry-mixes or other solid construction materials. The invention can be used to improve the strength of an adhesive bond between a) gypsum based plaster or stucco and concrete or bricks, b) tile adhesives and concrete, and c) mineral mortars on polystyrene boards, among others.06-14-2012
20080305320NANOSCALE SURFACE ACTIVATION OF SILICONE VIA LASER PROCESSING - The invention provides a method of activating a silicone polymer surface using a laser, particularly an excimer laser, so that the silicone is more reactive. A silicone article containing an activated surface is also provided, and can be used to make silicone implants that can be securely fixed to tissue. One example is an implantable prosthesis to treat blindness caused by outer retinal degenerative diseases. The device bypasses damaged photoreceptors and electrically stimulates the undamaged neurons of the retina. Electrical stimulation is achieved using a silicone microelectrode array (MEA). A safe, protein adhesive is used in attaching the MEA to the retinal surface and assist in alleviating focal pressure effects.12-11-2008
20120148827ARTICLE UNDERGOING STIMULUS-RESPONSIVE DEFORMATION AND VEHICLE PART USING THE SAME - An article undergoing stimulus-induced deformation, that is capable of being driven rapidly and in large displacement in air, is provided.06-14-2012
20100221523METHOD OF MAKING AND USING SHAPE MEMORY POLYMER PATCHES - A method of repairing a composite component having a damaged area including: laying a composite patch over the damaged area; activating the shape memory polymer resin to easily and quickly mold said patch to said damaged area; deactivating said shape memory polymer so that said composite patch retains the molded shape; and bonding said composite patch to said damaged part.09-02-2010
20120077019HUMIDITY BARRIER - A humidity barrier comprises a mixed matrix membrane, wherein the mixed matrix membrane comprises a polymer matrix with at least a hydrophobic surface, in which polymer matrix porous hydrophilic filler particles are dispersed. The hydrophobic surface may be formed either by hydrophobic polymer material itself or a hydrophobic coating may be provided on top of non-hydrophobic polymer material.03-29-2012
20110229710METHOD FOR PROTECTING COMPOSITE STRUCTURES AGAINST IMPACTS - An impact-resistant protective coating includes a material consisting of an outer metal adhesive layer having a sub-layer of compressible cellular material.09-22-2011
20080292866Antireflection Film - An antireflection film including a low-refractive-index layer and having low reflectivity and high water resistance. The antireflection film has a low-refractive-index layer composed of two layers. The two layers include a first layer with void-containing inorganic fine particles and a second layer that is formed on the first layer and has a fluorine atom-containing cured film or a gas barrier inorganic thin film.11-27-2008

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