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Inventor:
George; Billy L.
Address:
Hudson, WI
No. of patents:
11
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5573782 Tin-acrylate-containing polymers as algicidal agents in building materials November 12, 1996
An aigicidal composite sheet body suitable for use as a building material is described. The composite comprises a bituminous sheet material having a firmly adherent surfacing of granular material, the granular material comprising ceramic-coated base granules adhered to the bituminous she
5484477 Coating composition, granules coated with same, and method of reducing dust generation January 16, 1996
A coatable composition suitable for reducing dust generation during processing of granular materials consists essentially of a tackifier, an organic oil, and an adhesion agent, the tackifier consisting essentially of an organic material having a glass transition temperature of no less
5427793 Tin-acrylate-containing polymers as algicidal agents in building materials June 27, 1995
Granular materials having a tin-acrylate polymer coating are described which are algae-resistant. A method of inhibiting the growth of algae on roofing granules and other particulate materials attached to substrates by the use of tin-acrylate-containing polymers either as a topical treat
5415919 Treating materials with a compound containing tin covalently bonded to a silylating group May 16, 1995
Materials, particularly wood materials and calcium carbonate-containing materials such as concrete and marble, can be protected from the growth of algae by being treated with a compound containing tin covalently bonded to a silylating group such that cleavage of the covalent bonds due to
5411803 Granular materials having an improved ceramic coating, methods of preparing same, and composite May 2, 1995
A granular material which includes an inorganic substrate and a ceramic coating shows improved adhesion to bituminous surfaces, decreased alkalinity, and, when formulated as a three coated algae-resistant granule, exhibits improved algae-resistance over previously known granules. The
5362566 Coating composition, granules coated with same, and method of reducing dust generation November 8, 1994
A coatable composition suitable for reducing dust generation during processing of granular materials consists essentially of a tackifier, an organic oil, and an adhesion agent, the tackifier consisting essentially of an organic material having a glass transition temperature of no less
5356664 Method of inhibiting algae growth on asphalt shingles October 18, 1994
A method of inhibiting algae growth on an asphalt shingle surface exposed to varying humidity using a blend of copper-containing algae-resistant granules and non-algae-resistant granules. The copper-containing algae-resistant granules comprise a substrate granule having at least one
5316824 Treating building materials with a compound containing tin covalently bonded to a silylating gro May 31, 1994
Building materials such as concrete can be protected from the growth of algae by being treated with a compound containing tin covalently bonded to a silylating group such that cleavage of the covalent bonds due to hydrolysis or photolysis is minimized, thus making the treatment ecolo
5240760 Polysiloxane treated roofing granules August 31, 1993
Roofing granules having surfaces treated with a polysiloxane that has a long-chain hydrocarbon group bonded to a silicon atom on the polysiloxane backbone wherein the long-chain hydrocarbon group preferably is a straight or branched aliphatic group having 5 to 30 carbon atoms and the roo
5195843 Ceramic foam body having closed cell structure March 23, 1993
A cylindrical ceramic foam body that can be the sole buoyant member of an oil-containment boom is produced by firing a mixture of fine particles of ceramic precursor, a source of carbon such as silicon carbide, and a metallic oxide. In the boom, a stack of the ceramic foam bodies, each o
4895754 Oil treated mineral filler for asphalt January 23, 1990
Use of surface modification treatment on mineral fines to obtain higher filler loadings in asphalt used for roofing shingles. Mineral fines are coated with oil such as a petroleum oil at about the 0.25-1.0 percent level before they are incorporated into molten asphalt. This treatment










 
 
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