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Rubber dam and method of application thereof U.S. patent: 6,102,620 Issued: August 15, 2000 Inventor: Tateo Muramatsu Assigned: Bridgestone

Semi-pneumatic tire for mine service U.S. patent: 6,105,641 Issued: August 22, 2000 Inventors: Shirish Rasikchandra Jasani, Jerry Malin, William Earl Rayman and Richard Henry Reisinger Assigned: Goodyear Tire & Rubber

Siloxane-polyether copolymers with unsaturated functionalities, and process for making them U.S. patent: 6,103,847 Issued: August 15, 2000 Inventors: Kenrick M. Lewis and Hua Yu Assigned: Witco

Tire magnetization method, tire magnetized by the tire magnetization method, tire magnetic field detection method, tire revolution detection signal processing method and tire revolution detection apparatus U.S. patent: 6,104,593 Issued: August 15, 2000 Inventors: Masahiro Kawase and Shinichi Tazaki Assigned: Canon Denshi Kabushiki Kaisha Keywords: Magnetization on a steel belt

On/off road radial pneumatic light truck or automobile tire U.S. patent: 6,105,643 Issued: August 22, 2000 Inventors: Efimia Ellen Rohweder, Frederick William Miller, Michael Alois Kolowski and Stephanie Carol Brown Assigned: Goodyear Tire & Rubber

Removal of protein from natural rubber latex articles U.S. patent: 6,107,455 Issued: August 22, 2000 Inventors: Peter Rosholm, Kai Chuang Heng and Soren Hojfeldt Lund Assigned: Novo Nordisk A/S Keywords: Washing with an aqueous solution comprising a water-soluble silicate

Gear extruder for a caoutchouc mixture U.S. patent: 6,106,266 Issued: August 22, 2000 Inventor: Wolfgang Ruger Assigned: Paul Troester Maschinenfabrik

Process for producing sealant-incorporated tire tube U.S. patent: 6,106,647 Issued: August 22, 2000 Inventors: Toshio Yamagiwa, Noboru Makisaka and Tomoyoshi Hino Assigned: Honda Giken Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha and Inoue Rubber

Heavy duty pneumatic tire including narrow rib U.S. patent: 6,112,787 Issued: September 5, 2000 Inventors: Tetsuhiro Fukumoto, Yukihide Ouya and Kiyoshi Ueyoko Assigned: Sumitomo Rubber

Pneumatic tires made with textile cords comprising two portions, the filaments in the second radially inner portion being compacted or fused U.S. patent: 6,112,789 Issued: September 5, 2000 Inventor: Rene Francois Reuter Assigned: Goodyear Tire & Rubber

Puncture-durable tire structure U.S. patent: 6,112,790 Issued: September 5, 2000 Inventor: Chai-I Hsiao Assigned: Taiwan Kings Glory

Sound-dampened automobile interior components and methods for making same U.S. patent: 6,112,848 Issued: September 5, 2000 Inventors: Leoncio C. Ang and Tim F. O'Brien Assigned: Chrysler Corp. and UT Automotive Dearborn Keywords: Thermoplastic elastomer self-adhered to dampen the noise

Tire having improved tread portion for reducing formation of anomalies causing user dissatisfaction U.S. patent: 6,109,316 Issued: August 29, 2000 Inventor: Ibrahim Mustafa Janajreh Assigned: Michelin Recherche et Technique S.A.

Tear propagation-resistant rubber compound U.S. patent: 6,114,465 Issued: September 5, 2000 Inventor: Georg Vasic Assigned: Paguag GmbH & Co. Keywords: Silanizing polychloroprene with amorphous silica

Rubber compositions containing zinc hexasulfide complexes U.S. patent: 6,114,469 Issued: September 5, 2000 Inventors: Thomas Bigley Rauchfuss, Otto William Maender and Frederick Ignatz-Hoover Assigned: Flexsys America L.P.

Method for endurance testing of pneumatic tires U.S. patent: 6,119,513 Issued: September 19, 2000 Inventor: Kenichi Tanaka Assigned: Bridgestone Corp. Keywords: Deterioration with concentrated oxygen

Tire with beads designed to ease removal from rim U.S. patent: 6,116,313 Issued: September 12, 2000 Inventors: Pedro Costa Pereira and Jean-Jacques Pradelle Assigned: Compagnie Generale des Etablissementis Michelin-Michelin & Cie

Wiper blade for a vehicle windscreen wiper device U.S. patent: 6,119,300 Issued: September 19, 2000 Inventors: Eckhardt Schmid, Jurgen Bommer, Klaus Fischer and Bruno Egner-Walter Assigned: ITT Manufacturing Enterprised Inc.

Heavy duty radial tire with steel cord bead reinforcing ply U.S. patent: 6,129,128 Issued: October 10, 2000 Inventor: Tetsuhiro Fukumoto Assigned: Sumitomo Rubber

Tire carcass anchoring U.S. patent: 6,109,321 Issued: August 29, 2000 Inventors: Pedro Costa Pereira and Yves Herbelleau Assigned: Compagnie Generale des Establissements Michelin-Michelin & Cie
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