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Inventor:
Bittle; Bill
Address:
York, SC
No. of patents:
2
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6851240 Shingle tear strength with fiber mixture of different fibers February 8, 2005
A coated fiber mat of improved tear strength upon dividing pieces of the coated mat and the coating is provided. The coated mat is a cured, non-woven mat including a mixture of fibers having different fiber lengths. The fibers contain a polysiloxane compound and are fixedly distribut
6737369 Cured non-woven mat of a mixture of fibers May 18, 2004
A coated fiber mat of improved tear strength upon dividing pieces of the coated mat and the coating is provided. The coated mat is a cured, non-woven mat including a mixture of fibers having different fiber lengths. The fibers contain a polysiloxane compound and are fixedly distribut










 
 
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