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Class / Patent application numberDescriptionNumber of patent applications / Date published
428402000 Particulate matter (e.g., sphere, flake, etc.) 968
428364000 Rod, strand, filament or fiber 738
428359000 Staple length fiber 18
428363000 Mica flake 2
20130164529COLORED PLATELETS - A colored platelet including a substrate, an adhesion layer, a color pigment layer, and a secure layer and a method of producing the colored platelet are described. The disclosed colored platelet can provide a superior bright color effect in a coating composition. The color effect can depend on the material used for the substrate and/or the color pigment layer.06-27-2013
20090176089Effect Pigments That Are Surface-Modified With LCST And/Or UCST Polymers - The present invention relates to surface-modified effect pigments based on flake-form substrates which are distinguished by the fact that they are sheathed with one or more layers of immobilised LCST and/or UCST polymers. The invention furthermore relates to a process for the production of the surface-modified effect pigments and to the use thereof in surface coatings, water-borne coatings, powder coatings, paints, printing inks, security printing inks, plastics, concrete, in cosmetic formulations, in agricultural sheeting and tarpaulins, for the laser marking of papers and plastics, as light protection, as pigment for corrosion protection and for the preparation of pigment compositions and dry preparations.07-09-2009
428358000 Channel shape 2
20080261040ARTIFICIAL RATTAN - An artificial rattan includes a thread of a plastic material having a base portion extending along the length thereof, and a plurality of wing portions extending along the length thereof and cooperating with the base portion to define at least one recess thereamong. At least one filament of a second plastic material is embedded in and extends along the length of the thread. The second plastic material has a tensile strength greater than that of the first plastic material.10-23-2008
20100104866POLYVINYL BUTYRAL RESIN PELLET, AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING THE SAME - According to the present invention, a polyvinyl butyral resin pellet is provided that gives off little odor when produced and handled, as well as has a high apparent density and favorable handleability. The present invention includes a method for producing a polyvinyl butyral resin pellet including the steps of: melting polyvinyl butyral resin powder with a water content of 0.01 to 6 wt % by means of a melt extruder that has at least one vent portion for devolatilization equipped with vacuum means, and cutting the melt of the polyvinyl butyral resin after extrusion of it from the melt extruder. The present invention further includes a polyvinyl butyral resin pellet having a total content of butyl aldehyde and 2-ethyl-2-hexenal of 100 ppm or less.04-29-2010
20090068460Multi-Layer Three-Dimensional Structures Having Features Smaller Than a Minimum Feature Size Associated With the Formation of Individual Layers - Embodiments of multi-layer three-dimensional structures and formation methods provide structures with effective feature (e.g. opening) sizes (e.g. virtual gaps) that are smaller than a minimum feature size (MFS) that exists on each layer as a result of the formation method used in forming the structures. In some embodiments, multi-layer structures include a first element (e.g. first patterned layer with a gap) and a second element (e.g. second patterned layer with a gap) positioned adjacent the first element to define a third element (e.g. a net gap or opening resulting from the combined gaps of the first and second elements) where the first and second elements have features that are sized at least as large as the minimum feature size and the third element, at least in part, has dimensions or defines dimensions smaller than the minimum feature size.03-12-2009
20100266843Method for Obtaining Para-Type Wholly Aromatic Polyamide - The invention pertains to a method for obtaining para-type wholly aromatic polyamide particles, comprising the steps: a) introducing an aramid polymer solution into a water-based coagulating liquid to obtain a hydrous shaped product; and b) subjecting the never-dried or partly-dried shaped product having a water content of 10 to 99% by weight to freeze-grinding. These aramid polymer particles can be used as a filler material.10-21-2010
20100279112SILK FIBROIN MATERIALS AND USE THEREOF - The present invention provides processes for producing porous silk fibroin scaffold material. The porous silk fibroin scaffold can be used for tissue engineering. The porosity of the silk fibroin scaffolds described herein can be adjusted as to mimic the gradient of densities found in natural tissue. Accordingly, methods for engineering of 3-dimensional tissue, e.g. bone and cartilage, using the silk fibroin scaffold material are also provided.11-04-2010
20100279111FILLED POLYAMIDE MOLDING MATERIALS - The invention relates to filled polyamide moulding compounds which, in addition to a selected polymer mixture comprising two different polyamides, contain long glass fibres with a non-circular cross-sectional area. Furthermore, the invention relates to the use of such moulding compounds for the production of moulded articles and the moulded articles themselves.11-04-2010
20100003514Titanium-Containing Oxide Glass and Method for Production Thereof - A titanium-containing oxide glass having a bulky form and substantially having a chemical composition represented by the formula: (M1)01-07-2010
20110086223FLUID AND METHOD FOR CLEANING ANTIFOULING COATING, ANTIFOULING COATING REPAIR METHOD, AND UNDERWATER STRUCTURE - A cleaning fluid comprising at least two components selected from organic acids, organic acid salts, electrolytes, alcohols, and water is safe. When the existing antifouling coating is to be overcoated or repaired, the surface of the existing coating is cleaned with the cleaning fluid so that a repair coating composition may strongly bond to the existing coating.04-14-2011
20080248300Processes for repairing erosion resistant coatings - A process for applying erosion resistant coatings includes the steps of applying a fluoroelastomer based solution to at least a portion of at least one perforated surface of an article, at least one perforated surface includes a plurality of perforations, and each of the perforations has a pre-coating diameter of no less than about 0.025 inches and no greater than about 0.075 inches; drying at least one perforated surface coated with the fluoroelastomer based solution; and curing at least one perforated surface coated with the fluoroelastomer based solution to form an erosion resistant coating.10-09-2008
20090324946METHOD FOR MAKING POROUS ACICULAR MULLITE BODIES - Highly porous acicular mullite bodies are prepared. A green body containing mullite precursors and a porogen is formed using a wet method. The green body is heated to sequentially remove any binder, the porogen and calcine it. The calcined body is mullitized. The process formed a calcined body that has excellent strength and can be handled easily. The mullitized body has very high porosity, small pores and has excellent fracture strength.12-31-2009
20110262748PACKING MATERIAL FOR AFFINITY CHROMATOGRAPHY - An affinity chromatography packing material includes porous mother particles that include a copolymer of a monomer mixture including a crosslinkable vinyl monomer and an epoxy group-containing vinyl monomer, a ligand being bound to the porous mother particles, and the porous mother particles including a ring-opening epoxy group produced by ring-opening of the epoxy group included in the porous mother particles.10-27-2011
20100247907PROCESS FOR PREPARING A MOULDED PRODUCT - The invention provides a process for preparing a moulded product on which or in which a layer of a metal or alloy thereof is applied, in which process use is made of a mould, which process comprises a moulding step and a metallising step, wherein the moulding and metallising step are both carried out in the mould, wherein said metallising step comprises can electroless process. The invention further relates to a device comprising the moulded product obtained by said process.09-30-2010
20100272992METHOD FOR COATING A MOLDED FIBER CEMENT ARTICLE OR MOLDED CONCRETE ARTICLE - The invention relates to a method of coating a fiber-cement or concrete molding with a polymeric film, which comprises 10-28-2010
20090081453Low emissive camouflage flakes - A low emissive camouflage flake including a metal layer having thermal reflective properties in, at least one side of the metal layer is coated with a colored coating having thermal transparency properties. A method for manufacturing low emissive camouflage flakes. A skin camouflage for providing visual and thermal camouflage to a user thereof. A method for manufacturing a skin camouflage for providing visual and thermal camouflage to a user thereof. A camouflage paint for providing visual and thermal camouflage to an object on which the paint is applied. A method for manufacturing a camouflage paint for providing visual and thermal camouflage to an object on which the paint is applied.03-26-2009
20130196154METHOD FOR PRODUCING PELLETS FROM FIBER COMPOSITE MATERIALS AND CARBON FIBER CONTAINING PELLET - A method produces pellets from fiber composite materials suitable for further processing in a plastics finishing method. The pellets contain individual carbon fibers, carbon fiber bundles, or a mixture thereof and at least one thermoplastic matrix material. The carbon fibers, carbon fiber bundles, or a mixture thereof are isolated from waste or used parts that contain carbon fiber, laid flat together with the thermoplastic matrix material, compressed into a sheet material under the effect of heat, and subsequently cooled and comminuted into pellets, platelets, or chips. This enables the use of carbon fibers, from production waste components, as reinforcing fibers, whereby an inexpensive raw material is provided and the carbon fibers that are contained in the waste materials are recycled. The final carbon fibers are brought into a pourable and readily meterable form and can be used as raw materials for extrusion or injection molding for example.08-01-2013