Patent News.Carcass reinforcement, made of single filament filament, in astronomy: see chromosphere. , for a tire U.S. patent: 5,858,138 Issued: January 12, 1999 Inventor: Adam Jara Assigned: Compagnie Generale des Establissements Michelin-Michelin & Cie
Pressure-sensitive adhesive based on partially oriented and partially crystallized crys·tal·lize also crys·tal·ize
v. crys·tal·lized also crys·tal·ized, crys·tal·liz·ing also crys·tal·iz·ing, crys·tal·liz·es also crys·tal·iz·es
1. elastomer elastomer (ĭlăs`təmər), substance having to some extent the elastic properties of natural rubber. The term is sometimes used technically to distinguish synthetic rubbers and rubberlike plastics from natural rubber. U.S. patent: 5,858,150 Issued: January 12, 1999 Inventors: David Yarusso and Patrick Hyde Assigned: Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing
Vibration damper material comprising a viscoelastic Adj. 1. viscoelastic - having viscous as well as elastic properties
natural philosophy, physics - the science of matter and energy and their interactions; "his favorite subject was physics" layer of unvulcanized rubber U.S. patent: 5,858,521 Issued: January 12, 1999 Inventors: Takuya Okuda, Toshio Sugizaki, Masao Kogure and Takanori Saitoh Assigned: Lintec
Use of high molecular weight organopolysiloxanes to improve physical properties of liquid silicone rubber Noun 1. silicone rubber - made from silicone elastomers; retains flexibility resilience and tensile strength over a wide temperature range
synthetic rubber, rubber - any of various synthetic elastic materials whose properties resemble natural rubber compositions U.S. patent: 5,859,094 Issued: January 12, 1999 Inventors: Lori Jean Conway, Jary David Jensen David "Kid" Jensen (July 4, 1950 in Victoria, British Columbia) is a Canadian-born British radio DJ. Early career
After beginning his career in his home country at the age of sixteen playing jazz and classical music, Kid Jensen joined Radio Luxembourg at the age of , Peter Lamont and Phillip Joseph Griffith Assigned: Dow Corning Dow Corning is a multinational corporation headquartered in Midland, Michigan, USA. Dow Corning specializes in silicon and silicone-based technology, offering more than 7,000 products and services. Dow Corning is equally owned by The Dow Chemical Company and Corning, Inc.
Organosilicon-containing compositions capable of rapid curing at low temperature U.S. patent: 5,859,105 Issued: January 12, 1999 Inventor: My N. Nguyen Assigned: Johnson Matthey Johnson Matthey plc (LSE: JMAT) is a British chemical company which has its headquarters near Holborn in central London. It is traded on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index.
Adhesive tape compositions and method for covering roofs U.S. patent: 5,859,114 Issued: January 12, 1999 Inventors: James Davis James Davis is the name of several people:
Thermosetting resin Noun 1. thermosetting resin - a material that hardens when heated and cannot be remolded
plastic - generic name for certain synthetic or semisynthetic materials that can be molded or extruded into objects or films or filaments or composition and two-parts composite body thereof with silicone rubber U.S. patent: 5,859,127 Issued: January 12, 1999 Inventors: Sadao Nakano, Susumu Iwama and Mikio Kiyosawa Assigned: Shin-Etsu Polymer
Tire tread rubber mixture for pneumatic vehicle tires U.S. patent: 5,859,115 Issued: January 12, 1999 Inventor: Nikolaus Rennar Assigned: Continental Aktiengessellschaft
Carbon blacks and processes for manufacturing U.S. patent: 5,859,120 Issued: January 12, 1999 Inventors: Alfons Karl, Burkhard Freund and Karl Vogel Assigned: Degussa Aktiengesellschaft
Rubber composition for reinforcing bead of tires which contains butadiene rubber with syndiotactic A syndiotactic macromolecule in polymer chemistry is a tacticity essentially comprising alternating enantiomeric configurational base units which have chiral or prochiral atoms in the main chain in a unique arrangement with respect to their adjacent constitutional units. crystals, carbon black, sulfur and sulfenamide accelerator U.S. patent: 5,859,142 Issued: January 12, 1999 Inventors: Kiyoshige Muraoka, Yoko Nakada, Takahiro Fukumoto, Toru Iizuka and Kaoru Koyama Assigned: Sumitomo Rubber
Adhesive of epoxy resin carboxylated rubber aromatic amine and dicyandiamide U.S. patent: 5,859,155 Issued: January 12, 1999 Inventors: Toshikazu Furihata, Akio Ikeda and Wataru Soejima Assigned: Mitsui Chemicals
Vapor stage synthesis of rubbery polymers U.S. patent: 5,859,156 Issued: January 12, 1999 Inventors: Nissim Calderon, Joel Muse, Jr., Howard Allen Colvin and Kenneth Floyd Castner Assigned: Goodyear Tire & Rubber
Additives for controlling cure rate of polymerizable composition U.S. patent: 5,859,160 Issued: January 12, 1999 Inventors: Robin Righettini and Kirk Abbey Assigned: Lord
Weather strip for motor vehicle and method for manufacturing the same U.S. patent: 5,860,692 Issued: January 19, 1999 Inventors: Masahiro Nozaki and Misayuki Kisanuki Assigned: Toyota Gosei
Power transmission belt U.S. patent: 5,860,883 Issued: January 19, 1999 Inventors: Hiroshi Jonen, Yoshiaki Onaka, Takehiko Ito, Hideaki Kawano and Yukitoshi Kanai Assigned: Mitsubishi Belting
Manufacture of carcass reinforcement for a tire using two carcass half-reinforcements U.S. patent: 5,861,073 Issued: January 19, 1999 Inventors: Georges Gazuit and Adam Jara Assigned: Compagnie Generale des Establissements Michelin - Michelin & Cie
Method of making an elastic laminated sheet of an incrementally stretched non-woven fibrous web and elastomeric film U.S. patent: 5,861,074 Issued: January 19, 1999 Inventor: Pai-Chuan Wu Assigned: Clopay Plastic Products
Transferring ring for a tire for tire belt U.S. patent: 5,861,079 Issued: January 19, 1999 Inventor: Jean-Louis Morteyrol Assigned: Compagnie Generale des Establissements Michelin-Michelin & Cie
Adhesive composition and composite of rubber with fiber U.S. patent: 5,861,212 Issued: January 19, 1999 Inventors: Osamu Mori and Mitsugu Ishihara Assigned: Nippon Zeon
Sprayable silicone emulsions which form elastomers having smoke and fire resistant properties U.S. patent: 5,861,451 Issued: January 19, 1999 Inventors: Robert Mark Schroeder, Arthur James Tselepis and Andreas Thomas Franz Wolf Assigned: Dow Corning
Scratch and scuff resistant polymer U.S. patent: 5,861,452 Issued: January 19, 1999 Inventor: Peter Laszlo Szekely Assigned: E.I. DuPont de Nemours and Co.
1. A scratch resistant polymer composition comprising a copolyetherester elastomer having a hardness of from 25D to 28D and a fluorosurfactant.
Aqueous silicone dispersion capable of being cross-linked into an adhesive elastomer using a condensation reaction mechanism U.S. patent: 5,861,459 Issued: January 19, 1999 Inventors: Denis Denis, king of Portugal: see Diniz. Cardinaud, Michel Feder and Christian Fischer Assigned: Rhone-Poulenc Chimie
Thread rubber for golf balls U.S. patent: 5,861,465 Issued: January 19, 1999 Inventors: Akihiko Hamada, Atsuko Ochi, Satoshi Mano ma·no
n. pl. ma·nos
A hand-held stone or roller for grinding corn or other grains on a metate.
[Spanish, hand, mano, from Latin manus, hand; see manner.] , Kuniyasu Horiuchi and Michio Suzuki Assigned: Sumitomo Rubber
Tire with specified two-ply steel-aramid belt package U.S. patent: 5,863,362 Issued: January 26, 1999 Inventor: Dean Bradley Creech Assigned: Michelin Recherche re·cher·ché
1. Uncommon; rare.
2. Exquisite; choice.
3. Overrefined; forced.
4. Pretentious; overblown. et Technique S.A.
Process and device for applying a thread onto a support U.S. patent: 5,863,368 Issued: January 26, 1999 Inventor: Frederic Perrin Assigned: Compagnie Generale des Establissements Michelin-Michelin & Cie
Tire vulcanizing method using a tire vulcanizer vul·ca·nize
tr.v. vul·ca·nized, vul·ca·niz·ing, vul·ca·niz·es
To improve the strength, resiliency, and freedom from stickiness and odor of (rubber, for example) by combining with sulfur or other additives in the presence of heat U.S. patent: 5,863,484 Issued: January 26, 1999 Inventors: Akira Hasegawa, Nobuhiko Irie and Yoshito Mochinaga Assigned: Yokohama Rubber
High tear strength, high consistency organosiloxane compositions comprising fluorinated fluorinated
material to which a fluoride has been added, e.g. water for human consumption treated as a prophylaxis against tooth decay. and non-fluorinated polyorganosiloxanes U.S. patent: 5,863,968 Issued: January 26, 1999 Inventors: Paul Irish and Myron Maxson Assigned: Dow Corning
Electric conductive roller U.S. patent: 5,863,626 Issued: January 26, 1999 Inventor: Yuji Yamasaki Assigned: Sumitomo Rubber
Low compression set silicone elastomers U.S. patent: 5,863,969 Issued: January 26, 1999 Inventors: Brian Ward, Edward Jeram and Richard Striker Assigned: General Electric