Abstract: A truck storage rack system that allows quick assembly and disassembly of the rack having a minimum number of components. The rack includes side panels that contain tall or bulky materials during transport. The rack includes collapsible support members that locks the rack in place and protects the rear cab window. The support members easily lock unto the side panels allowing full storage capacity for the truck bed.
Abstract: Provided is a process for the production of shaped vermiculite articles having excellent resistance to water dispersibility from an aqueous dispersion of vermiculite lamellae having incorporated therein a cationic polyquaternary ammonium salt.
Abstract: A process for the production of an aqueous dispersion of vermiculite ore particles comprising delaminating vermiculite ore by subjecting an aqueous slurry of the ore to a shearing action until a dispersion containing vermiculite lamellae having dimensions less than 200 microns is produced.
Abstract: Disclosed are copolymers of alpha methylstyrene and para methylstyrene having Ring & Ball softening points greater than 140.degree. C., a Tg of greater than 100.degree. C. to 110.degree. C., a weight average molecular weight (Mw) of less than 15,000, and a molecular weight distribution of about 2 to about 3. These copolymers are useful in adhesives, sealants and molding compounds, especially as reinforcing or modifier resins for thermoplastic block copolymers having aromatic and aliphatic blocks contained in pressure sensitive adhesives.
Abstract: Disclosed are dry film solder mask compositions containing a binder material that is the reaction product of: (a) a polymerized mixture of polypropyleneglycol monomethacrylate, methacrylic acid and, preferably, specific acrylates and methacrylates; and (b) isocyanatoethyl methacrylate. The masks are equal or superior to current dry film masks in affording protection to circuit boards.
August 6, 1985
Date of Patent:
January 5, 1988
Bernard J. Scheve, Clement L. Brungardt
Abstract: Disclosed is an aqueous developable, photopolymerizable composition having increased flexibility and reduced cold flow comprising a unique mixture of a siliceous material and a plasticizer in combination with known photopolymerizable monomers, polymeric binders, thermal polymerization inhibitors, and photoinitiators.
February 14, 1986
Date of Patent:
August 11, 1987
Charles C. Fifield, Richard T. Mayes, Marilyn Tate, Daniel F. Varnell