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Inventor:
Schulz; Gerald Owen
Address:
Stow, OH
No. of patents:
10
Patents:












Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6818236 Chewing gum SBR November 16, 2004
Conventional SBR does not have the soft and smooth chew characteristics needed in chewing gum base for soft chew applications. Conventional SBR typically also has undesirable odor and taste characteristics that have generally limited its use in chewing gum base formulations. However, the
6403687 Antistrip latex for aggregate treatment June 11, 2002
The subject invention relates to a process for coating aggregate which is particularly useful in making asphalt concrete to provide the aggregate with a high level of resistance to stripping by water, which comprises: (1) mixing the aggregate with latex to form a latex/aggregate mixture,
6399721 Process for synthesizing styrene-butadiene rubber June 4, 2002
Conventional SBR does not have the soft and smooth chew characteristics needed in chewing gum base for soft chew applications. Conventional SBR typically also has undesirable odor and taste characteristics that have generally limited its use in chewing gum base formulations. However, the
6344514 Binder for non-woven fabric February 5, 2002
This invention relates to fire retardant latex binders for non-woven fabrics. Non-woven fabrics can be manufactured using the fire retardant latex binder formulations of this invention using cotton fibers, polyester fibers, rayon fibers, nylon fibers, cellulosic fibers, fiber glass or
6242524 Binder for non-woven fabric June 5, 2001
This invention relates to fire retardant latex binders for non-woven fabrics. Non-woven fabrics can be manufactured using the fire retardant latex binder formulations of this invention using cotton fibers, polyester fibers, rayon fibers, nylon fibbers, cellulosic fibers. The fire retarda
6235319 Chewing gum SBR May 22, 2001
Conventional SBR does not have the soft and smooth chew characteristics needed in chewing gum base for soft chew applications. Conventional SBR typically also has undesirable odor and taste characteristics that have generally limited its use in chewing gum base formulations. However, the
6093494 Antistrip latex for aggregate treatment July 25, 2000
The subject invention relates to a process for coating aggregate which is particularly useful in making asphalt concrete to provide the aggregate with a high level of resistance to stripping by water, which comprises: (1) mixing the aggregate with latex to form a latex/aggregate mixture,
5962579 Coating for concrete structures October 5, 1999
The subject invention relates to a latex blend which is particularly beneficial when utilized in manufacturing coatings for concrete structures, said latex being comprised of a blend of (1) from about 60 weight percent to about 95 weight percent of a first latex which is comprised of
5902852 Asphalt cement modification May 11, 1999
It has been determined that rubbery terpolymers of a conjugated diolefin monomer, a vinyl aromatic monomer, and N-(isobutoxymethyl) acrylamide (IBMA) can be used to modify asphalt cement to greatly enhance the resistance to shoving, rutting, and low temperature cracking of asphalt co
5733955 Asphalt cement modification March 31, 1998
It has been determined that rubbery terpolymers of a conjugated diolefin monomer, a vinyl aromatic monomer, and N-(isobutoxymethyl) acrylamide (IBMA) can be used to modify asphalt cement to greatly enhance the resistance to shoving, rutting, and low temperature cracking of asphalt co










 
 
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