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Nippon Asbestos Co., Ltd. Patents
Nippon Asbestos Co., Ltd.
Tokyo, JP
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4303553 Neutron-protection heat insulating material December 1, 1981
A neutron protection thermal insulating material is obtained by adding a boron compound and, if necessary, a hydrous compound, to chrysotile asbestos fibers. To form the material, the asbestos is opened with the use of a surface active agent in the presence of water. The boron compound i
4287245 Heat insulator for pipe lines September 1, 1981
A heat insulator for pipe lines for transportation of low temperature fluids which includes a plurality of longitudinally divided hollow cylindrical heat-insulating units assembled to tightly cover the outer periphery of the pipe lines, characterized in that each heat-insulating unit
3953185 Method for making vitreous fibers having small protrusions April 27, 1976
This invention pertains to a method of making inorganic vitreous fibers having small protrusions, such that the fiber produces a high strength reinforced molded product. The fibers are formed by introducing high melting constituents such as glass fiber, rock wool, ceramic fiber, silica

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