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Coal, bituminous additive, extract, or derivative thereof; or oil shale; or fatty still residue DNRM

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524 - Synthetic resins or natural rubbers -- part of the class 520 series

524000000 - SYNTHETIC RESINS (CLASS 520, SUBCLASS 1)

524000000 - PROCESSES OF PREPARING A DESIRED OR INTENTIONAL COMPOSITION OF AT LEAST ONE NONREACTANT MATERIAL AND AT LEAST ONE SOLID POLYMER OR SPECIFIED INTERMEDIATE CONDENSATION PRODUCT, OR PRODUCT THEREOF (Class 523, subclass 1)

524001000 - Adding a NRM to a preformed solid polymer or preformed specified intermediate condensation product, composition thereof; or process of treating or composition thereof

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Class / Patent application numberDescriptionNumber of patent applications / Date published
524068000 Two or more solid polymers, or graft or graft-type, or block or block-type solid copolymer 45
524071000 Solid polymer derived from ethylenic reactants only, at least one of which is a hydrocarbon other than ethylene 19
524060000 With water additive DNRM 13
524069000 Solid polymer derived from ethylenic reactants only at least one of which contains a carboxylic acid or derivative 9
524064000 Asphaltene or maltene additive 8
524062000 With hydrocarbon DNRM additive which is nonresinous and which is nonbituminous, or noncoal derived, e.g., cutback asphalt, kerosene, paraffin wax, etc. 8
524065000 Coal derived additive, e.g., lignite, etc. 5
20090326104SPRAYABLE WASTE RUBBER-BASED COATING - The invention generally relates to surface coating composition, method and apparatus for coating a surface. The surface coating composition is comprising a recycled rubber product, one or more binding agent and optionally one or more additional agent.12-31-2009
20080227893Liquid Composition Containing Hollow Particle, Process For Producing The Same, And Optical Article - A hollow particles-containing liquid composition which comprises:09-18-2008
20080287576LOW DENSITY ORIENTED POLYMER COMPOSITION WITH INERT INORGANIC FILLER - An oriented polymer composition containing thirty to 95 weight-percent inert inorganic filler and a continuous phase of at least one orientable polymer contains void spaces due to cavitation and has a density of less than 0.8 grams per cubic centimeter, a flexural modulus of 1.4 gigapascals or more, cross section dimensions all greater than 1.5 millimeters, a delamination force value of 44.5 Newtons (ten pounds force) or more and little or no blowing agent.11-20-2008
20090326103CEMENT MOLD-MAKING SILICONE RUBBER COMPOSITION - A cement mold-making silicone rubber composition is provided comprising (A) 100 parts by weight of a polyorganosiloxane having at least two silicon-bonded monovalent aliphatic unsaturated hydrocarbon groups in a molecule, (B) a polyorganohydrogensiloxane having at least three silicon-bonded hydrogen atoms in a molecule, in such an amount as to provide 0.1-5 silicon-bonded hydrogen atoms per monovalent aliphatic unsaturated hydrocarbon group in component (A), (C) a platinum base compound in such an amount as to provide 1-100 ppm of platinum atoms based on the weight of component (A), (D) 5-60 parts by weight of finely divided silica having a specific surface area of at least 50 m12-31-2009
20110144243THERMOPLASTIC COMPOSITION WITH FLY ASH MATERIAL - Strengthened thermoplastic materials use fly ash or cinders as extenders. The extended materials use fly ash or cinders that preferably contain no more than about 2% by weight of moisture. The thermoplastic materials are preferably foamed and extruded to form extruded closed cell foam articles, for example a window blind slat, shutter louver, shutter stile, or shutter frame. Thermoplastic materials formed with the fly ash or cinders can also be formed into non-foamed products or into pellets for use in later extruding to form products.06-16-2011
524070000 Solid polymer derived from ethylenic reactants only, at least one of which is propylene 3
20080242772Low electric conductivity high heat radiation polymeric composition and molded body - The present invention provides a low electric conductivity, high heat radiation polymeric composition which includes a polymeric material, from 10 to 35% by volume of a carbon fiber, and from 1 to 20% by volume of a ceramics.10-02-2008
20100048771Reclaimed asphalt pavement - A saturated elastomeric mixture is disclosed having a cured or vulcanized elastomer crumb rubber and atmospheric distillations bottoms residue is disclosed.02-25-2010
20100317773WATERPROOFING MEMBRANES WITH A SPECIFIC GRAVITY OF UNDER 1 G/CM3 BASED ON BITUMEN MODIFIED WITH POLYMERS CONTAINING HOLLOW GLASS MICROSPHERES - Disclosed are waterproofing membranes consisting of a backing impregnated with a bituminous formulation comprising industrial bitumen, a mineral filler, a thermoplastic polymer or a mixture of thermoplastic polymers, characterised in that the mineral filler consists of hollow glass microspheres with a density of between 0.10 and 0.14 g/cm12-16-2010
524063000 Coke additive 1
20080200594Method for Producing a Polymer/Bitumen Compound, and Polymer/Bitumen and Bitument/Polymer Compounds Obtained - A method for producing a solid intermediate compound for incorporating into liquid bitumen obtained from petroleum or into mineral oils in order to produce liquid/polymer bitumen. According to the method, a polymer for producing the liquid/polymer bitumen is hot-mixed with solid bitumen, the mixture is then cooled, and the solid intermediate compound thus obtained is split. The intermediate compound obtained, the liquid/polymer bitumen formed from the intermediate compound, and a bitumen-coated material containing the intermediate compound or liquid/polymer bitumen are also disclosed.08-21-2008
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20080269379Coating composition incorporating a low structure carbon black and devices formed therewith - A black matrix or coating includes carbon black including a first carbon black having an I10-30-2008
20090163624PROCESS FOR PRODUCING TWO-PHASE MIXES - This invention relates to a process for producing a hot, cold or lukewarm ready-to-use bituminous mix, characterized in that it includes the following successive steps: 06-25-2009
20090005473Water-Based Inks for Ink-Jet Printing - The present invention relates to a water-based ink for ink-jet printing which not only satisfies a high optical density but also exhibits an excellent high lighter-fastness; and a water dispersion used for the water-based ink. There are provided a water dispersion for ink-jet printing containing (A) a pigment and (B) water-insoluble polymer particles produced by polymerizing an ethylenically unsaturated monomer containing 25 to 85% by weight of an aromatic group-containing monomer in the presence of a reactive surfactant; and a water-based ink containing the water dispersion.01-01-2009
20110015311ASPHALT COMPOSITIONS AND THE PREPARATION THEREOF - Asphalt compositions and methods of forming such are described herein. The asphalt compositions and methods of forming such are generally adapted to enable open air processing while producing asphalt compositions that exhibit properties capable of meeting SUPERPAVE™ specifications.01-20-2011
20130065990ROSIN-MODIFIED PHENOLIC RESIN, PROCESS FOR PRODUCTION THEREOF, VARNISH FOR PRINTING INK, AND PRINTING INK - A rosin-modified phenolic resin, which consists of a reaction product among (a) a rosin that contains a component derived from communic acid in an amount of 0.1 to 0.8 wt %, (b) a condensation product of a phenol and formaldehyde, and (c) a polyol. The rosin-modified phenol resin makes it possible to produce a printing ink which has a good balance among ink performances such as fluidity, emulsification resistance, misting resistance, drying properties, and gloss.03-14-2013
20090012214Performance Grade Asphalt Composition and Method of Production Thereof - An asphalt material having improved paving characteristics and processes for its preparation. An asphalt base material is heated in a mixing chamber to a temperature sufficient to melt the asphalt so that it can be stirred. A water-insoluble heavy metal soap is incorporated into the chamber in an amount effective to reduce the PAV-DSR temperature of the asphalt base material by an incremental amount of at least 1° C. Thereafter, the asphalt material is recovered from the mixing chamber to provide an asphalt product containing the heavy metal soap which exhibits a PAV-DSR temperature which is less than the PAV-DSR temperature for the corresponding base material without the addition of the heavy metal soap. The water-insoluble soap is a C01-08-2009
20090182072Use of Zinc Oxide to Improve Compatibility of Polymer Modified Asphalt Crosslinked with Phenol Aldenyde Resin - In methods of preparing asphalt and elastomeric polymer compositions crosslinked with phenol aldehyde resins and sulfur, such as polymer modified asphalt (PMA), it has been discovered that the MP1 compatibility may be improved by adding certain ionic metal salts. Suitable ionic metal oxides include, but are not necessarily limited to, zinc oxide, cadmium oxide, and the like. Acceptable elastomeric polymers include, but are not necessarily limited to, styrene-butadiene copolymers. Additional sulfur-containing crosslinkers may also be used.07-16-2009
20110294927BIO-OIL FORMULATION AS AN ASPHALT SUBSTITUTE - A bio-oil formulation, useful as an asphalt binder substitute in pavement and roofing shingles, includes bio-oil and a polymer additive. The bio-oil binder can include an asphalt additive. The bio-oil binder can be emulsified with water and a surfactant for use as a weatherproofing sealant or as an adhesive. A method for making the bio-oil binder is disclosed.12-01-2011
20100081738SUPER CONCENTRATED POLYMER-BINDER COMPOSITE - A pre-processed polymer concentrate in binder comprising a binder and at least one polymer where the polymer comprises greater than 26% by weight of the pre-processed polymer concentrate in binder, where the pre-processed polymer concentrate in binder is capable of incorporating quickly into diluent binder under low shear conditions.04-01-2010
20080207802BITUMINOUS COMPOSITION AND METHOD - A binder for bituminous compositions including at least one dialkylamide derived from an unsaturated fatty acid; and at least one catalyst for polymerizing the at least one dialkylamide under the action of oxygen is provided. A bituminous composition including (i) 80% b.w. to 94.9% b.w. bitumen; and (ii) a binder, that includes (a) 1% b.w. to 19% b.w. unsaturated fatty acid dialkylamides; and (b) 0.1% b.w. to 1% b.w. of a polymerization catalyst, where the amounts are calculated based on the solids content of the composition, and where the amounts total 100% b.w. is also provided. A method for preparing a binder for a bituminous composition including combining at least one unsaturated dialkylamide derived from an unsaturated fatty acid with at least one catalyst for the polymerization of the at least one dialkylamide under the action of oxygen is also provided.08-28-2008
20090054561POLYMER-BINDER COMPOSITE AND METHODS OF MAKING AND USING SAME - A method of making a polymer-binder composite, and the composite thus created. The method employs a high shear device that mixes together polymer with binder, and optionally with additive. The mixing is accomplished in less than one hour, less than 30 minutes or less than 3 minutes, and done at high shear rates. The shear conditions are defined by scalar shear quantity greater than 250, 1,000 or 1,500, resident time of greater than 0.05, 0.10 or 0.20 seconds, and energy utilized per unit mass of greater than 0.05, 0.10 or 0.20 kW/kg. The composite thus produced can be made with a high percentage of polymers. It can be cooled and cut into pellets that are dry and stable at normal temperatures and which can be stored or transported without heating to secondary mixing locations. The composite pellets are quickly soluble in the additional binder.02-26-2009
20090062434METHOD OF IMPROVING AFFINITY BETWEEN FILLER AND POLYMERS HAVING A LOW DEGREE OF UNSATURATION - Provided is a composition comprising at least one polymer having a degree of unsaturation of no more than about 50 mol %; a filler selected from the group consisting of carbon black, silica, and mixtures thereof; and a polymeric additive comprising a functional end group reactive with said filler, wherein said polymeric additive has a degree of unsaturation of no more than about 50 mol % and a number average molecular weight between about 1,000 and about 25,000. The composition may optionally contain one or more polymers having a degree of unsaturation of more than 50 mol %. The composition may be particularly useful as a component for a tire.03-05-2009
20110144242THERMOREVERSIBLY CROSSLINKED ELASTIC BITUMINOUS COMPOSITION - The disclosure relates to a bituminous composition comprising at least one bitumen and at least one organogelling molecule taken alone or as a mixture, said organogelling molecule being represented by the following general formula (I): where: A represents an acyclic, cyclic or polycyclic, saturated or unsaturated, linear or branched hydrocarbon-based group having 3 to 92 carbon atoms, resulting from the polymerization of the side chains of at least one unsaturated fatty acid, X represents an NH group or an oxygen atom O, R06-16-2011
20090239979Polymer resin compositions - Disclosed are hydrolysis resistant polyamide 6,10 compositions comprising glass fibers, copper, and nucleating agent.09-24-2009
20120035302PROCESS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF A BITUMINOUS COMPOSITION - A process for the production of a bituminous composition, includes (i) producing a mix of aggregates with a maximum diameter less than or equal to 30 mm and of an amount less than or equal to 0.8 g per square metre of specific surface developed by the aggregates of at least one cationic polymer in the liquid form having a density of cationic charges greater than or equal to 0.5 meq/g and an intrinsic viscosity of from 0.01 to 0.8 dl/g; and (ii) putting the mix obtained in stage (i) into contact with at least one bituminous binder. A bituminous composition includes at least one specific cationic polymer and the use of at least one specific cationic polymer in the surface treatment of aggregates intended for the preparation of a bituminous composition are the other two subject-matters of the present invention.02-09-2012
20120196959ASPHALT PAVING MATERIALS AND METHODS FOR MAKING THE SAME - An asphalt paving material comprises an asphalt binder present in an amount of from about 3 to about 8 weight percent of the asphalt paving material. The asphalt binder comprises base asphalt and oxidized polyolefin that is present in an amount of from about 0.25 to about 10 weight percent of the base asphalt. Aggregate is present in an amount of about 92 to about 97 weight percent of the asphalt paving material. The oxidized polyolefin effectively adheres the asphalt binder to the aggregate so as to resist stripping of the asphalt binder from the aggregate caused by moisture.08-02-2012
20100190893MACHINE AND METHOD FOR HOMOGENIZING A BITUMEN-BASED MIXTURE WITH POLYMER GRANULES - There is described a machine for homogenizing a bitumen-based mixture with polymer granules. The machine includes an outer container and a cylindrical sleeve, which is housed within the outer container and is provided with a perforated side wall, on which a plurality of through apertures is obtained, each of the holes comprising a sharp cutting edge. The machine further includes a homogenizer assembly, which is mounted so as to axially rotate within the sleeve in order to rotate about a vertical axis, and is configured so as to displace, during its rotation, at least part of the bitumen-based mixture and the polymer granules along a direction which is substantially tangential to the inner surface of the perforated side wall of the sleeve so as to induce the polymer granules to impact against the sharp cutting edge of the through apertures.07-29-2010
20110034593SUPRAMOLECULAR POLYMER-CONTAINING BITUMINOUS COMPOSITION - The present invention relates to a bituminous composition comprising at least one bitumen and at least one polycondensate capable of forming a supramolecular assembly comprising one or more associative group(s). The present invention also relates to the use of such bituminous composition for the preparation of asphalt mixtures useful for the coating of rolling surfaces, for the preparation of water-proofing coatings, and the for the preparation of adhesive formulations.02-10-2011
20100240807 CRACK RESISTANT LAYER WITH GOOD BINDER FRACTURE ENERGY PROPERTIES AND METHOD OF SELECTING SAME - A method of selecting a crack resistant layer to be applied to an existing surface, the method comprising the steps of: selecting at least one bituminous binder to examine, where the bituminous binder comprises bitumen and one or more polymers, where the one or more polymers include a sufficient amount of conjugated diene such that at least 2.5% of the bituminous binder's weight comprises conjugated diene, preferably at least 3.0%, more preferably at least 3.5%, and most preferably 4.0%; forming at least one bituminous mixture comprising the bituminous binder and an aggregate; testing each bituminous binder for binder fracture energy properties; and selecting a bituminous binder for use in the crack resistant layer. The method may further comprise the steps of testing the bituminous mixture for fatigue properties and selecting the bituminous binder for use in the crack resistant layer based on fatigue properties and binder fracture energy properties, and/or testing the bituminous mixture for fracture energy and selecting the bituminous binder for use in the crack resistant layer based on mixture fracture energy properties and bituminous binder fracture energy properties.09-23-2010
20090215930Method for Modifying Bitumen - A method for modifying bitumen with waste rubber powder, including a first step of mixing rubber powder with an aromatic oil in proportions of 98-60% and 2-40% respectively, and a second step of mixing the rubber powder from the first step with bitumen in proportions of 3-30% and 97-70% respectively, at a temperature of 140-200° C. and for a time of 5-40 minutes. The method is advantageous mainly in that the bitumen can be modified in a shorter time than with known methods, and in that the specifications of the modified bitumen can be controlled in such a way that it becomes commercially useful, thereby contributing to the solution of the environmental problem of too many tyres.08-27-2009
20080242770PROCESS FOR PREPARING BITUMEN/ASPHALT BALE - A process for preparing bitumen bale for clean, safe, eco-friendly and cost-effective packing, storing and transporting of viscous bitumen products and the products thereof is delineated in the present disclosure. The said bituminous products being introduced into a baling process line. The cooling efficiency is enhanced by utilizing the process of the present invention. Viscous bitumen products are made in the form of spiral bitumen bale. “BituBale Film capsules” are produced by the process of the present invention. Polymer additives are added to bitumen/asphalt, by the said process, to enhance the durability and to get good gripping surfaces. The said process enhances the homogenous nature of the said products. The process for preparing bitumen bale for clean, safe, eco-friendly and cost-effective packing, storing and transporting of viscous bitumen products is a clean, safe, environmentally friendly and cost effective method.10-02-2008
20100331459ASPHALT ENHANCING ADDITIVE - An asphalt enhancing additive, an asphalt cement and an asphalt mixture containing the additive, wherein the additive causes the mixture to be more easily workable so that the asphalt mixture can be manufactured at a temperature lower than the conventional ones, wherein the additive comprises the mixture of an aminic compound, a lubricant and a flux.12-30-2010
20110046273METHOD FOR PREPARING SILICON-SULFUR COMPOUNDS AND THEIR USE IN BITIMINOUS COMPOSITIONS - A method of producing sulfur modified organosilane compounds that can be used in asphalt binders which method involves: combining together an organosilane or mixtures of organosilanes, a sulfide, a halogen acceptor and solvent to form a reaction mixture; and allowing the organosilane to react with the sulfide in the presence of a halogen acceptor to produce a sulfur modified organosilane compound. The sulfur modified organosilane compound can be introduced into a polymer modified or unmodified asphalt binder in which the sulfur modified organosilane compound reacts with components in the asphalt mixture to form a modified asphalt. The organosilanes used to produce the sulfur modified organosilanes can be from a source of waste products (such as Direct Product Residue) in which case the waste products can be reused in asphalt binders.02-24-2011
20120302672SYNTHETIC BINDER ESSENTIALLY MADE OF MATERIALS FROM RENEWABLE RESOURCES, IN PARTICULAR OF VEGETABLE ORIGIN, AND APPLICATIONS THEREOF IN ROAD ENGINEERING - The invention relates to a synthetic binder characterized in that said binder includes: from 20 wt % to 100 wt % of at least one polyester based essentially on material from renewable resources, in particular of vegetable origin, having: a hydroxyl number below 100 mg KOH/g, an acid number below 25 mg KOH/g, an iodine number below 100 g I11-29-2012
20100324179MODIFIED ASPHALT BINDERS AND ASPHALT PAVING COMPOSITIONS - A process for preparing a modified asphalt binder composition, the process comprising mixing asphalt, an unsaturated polymer, and an organothionating agent to form a modified asphalt composition.12-23-2010
20100190892HIGHLY-FILLED SEALANT COMPOSITIONS - A sealant composition comprising a binder and a filler material. The binder comprising a residual pitch product and an elastomeric material and, optionally, asphalt, a microcrystalline wax, and/or oil. The filler material is present in an amount of between about 11 vol. % and about 67 vol. % of the sealant composition. In one embodiment, the filler material is present in an amount of between about 25 wt. % and about 70 wt. % of the sealant composition.07-29-2010
20100029811RUBBER COMPOSITION AND A SEALING MEMBER USING THEREOF - A rubber composition comprising a flexible rubber which includes a rubber component and softener, and at least two kinds of carbon blacks having different particle sizes from each other. And a sealing member including a rubber composition comprising a flexible rubber which includes a rubber component and a softener, and at least two kinds of carbon blacks having different particle sizes from each other.02-04-2010
20100022688PROCESS FOR IMPROVING THE TRANSFER PROPERTIES OF BITUMEN - Additives may be used to lower the set up point for bitumen thereby allowing it to be transported from place to place more easily. Additives useful for lowering the set up point of bitumen include alkylphenol formaldehyde resins and oxyalkylated alkylphenol formaldehyde resins; amines and esters; solvents; and combinations thereof.01-28-2010
20110118391USE OF AMIDES AND/OR POLYAMIDES AS AUXILIARY AGENTS FOR ASPHALT AND BITUMEN COMPOSITIONS - Suggested is the use of amides and/or polyamides obtainable by condensation of (a) mono- and/or dicarboxylic acids and (b) amines and/or polyamines as auxiliary agents for aqueous asphalt and bitumen compositions.05-19-2011
20120046395SUPRAMOLECULAR POLYMER-CONTAINING BITUMINOUS COMPOSITION - The present invention relates to a bituminous composition comprising at least one bitumen and at least one polycondensate capable of forming a supramolecular assembly comprising one or more associative group(s) The present invention also relates to the use of such bituminous composition for the preparation of asphalt mixtures useful for the coating of rolling surfaces, for the preparation of water-proofing coatings, and the for the preparation of adhesive formulations.02-23-2012
20120059093ASPHALT MIXTURE - The present invention relates to an asphalt mixture including aggregates, a polyamide resin and asphalt, wherein the polyamide resin has a softening point of from 60 to 150° C., and is compounded in an amount of from 3 to 90% by mass on the basis of a total amount of the polyamide resin and the asphalt; and a paving method using the asphalt mixture. The asphalt mixture of the present invention provides a pavement which is free from rutting and torsional breakage and exhibits a high oil resistance. The pavement obtained from the asphalt mixture is free from fracture and can be prevented from suffering from occurrence of rutting and torsional breakage even when leakage of oils over a surface of the pavement occurs.03-08-2012
20110092618FLUORORUBBER COMPOSITION, CURED FLUORORUBBER FORMED ARTICLE USING THE SAME AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING THEREOF - There are provided a polyol curable fluororubber composition using a fluororubber of general use, a cured fluororubber formed article used as a grommet, a seal packing and the like for a gas sensor which can be used under high temperature circumstances using this, and a method of producing the same. A polyol curable fluororubber composition, which comprises 100 parts by weight of a fluororubber, 6 to 15 parts by weight of magnesium oxide, 0.5 to 5 parts by weight of a hydrotalcite group compound and 20 to 55 parts by weight of a mixture of thermal black and a bituminous coal filler. A cured fluororubber formed article which is produced by forming and curing the fluororubber composition in the presence of a polyol curing agent, and then subjecting the cured formed product to a stepwise temperature elevation treatment in a temperature range of 100° C. to 300° C. According to the present invention, an article which can be used as a grommet, seal packing and the like for a gas sensor under high temperature circumstances, such as an oxygen sensor for an automobile, can be produced, at a reduced cost.04-21-2011
20130143985ASPHALT COMPOSITION CONTAINING GROUND TIRE RUBBER - We disclose a method of making an asphalt composition containing large quantities of ground tire rubber. Over 20% GTR by weight can be used in the asphalt composition without the GTR settling out. The method comprises a series of heating and blending and using a GTR stabilizer.06-06-2013

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