Abstract: The invention relates to artificial snowmaking and specifically to the discovery that by introducing an effective amount of organo-modified polysiloxane material to the water being supplied to the snow guns, the quality of the snow thus made is significantly enhanced.
May 22, 2002
Date of Patent:
July 21, 2009
Aquatrols Corporation of America, Inc.
Dominic Charles Costa, Stanley J Kostka
Abstract: Water repellent soil is treated with low concentrations of EO/PO block copolymer having an HLB value of less than or equal to 2; an average molecular weight of greater than 3,000; and a percent hydrophile of 10 in order to rapidly increase the wetting rate of the water repellent soil.
Abstract: Improved plant growth is realized especially with turf grasses by using an enhanced plant growth medium prepared by adding a bioefficacious amount of C1-C4 alkyl ether of methyl oxirane-oxirane copolymer that, serendipitously reduces the water repellency of the medium.
Abstract: Water repellent soil is treated with low concentrations of a blend of alkyl polyglycoside and EO/PO block copolymer in a weight ratio range of from 6:1 to 0.5:1 of glycoside to block copolymer in order to rapidly increase the wetting rate of the water repellent soil.
Abstract: A low volatile organic compound co-solvent system is disclosed for preparing emulsion concentrates of low melting organophosphorous insecticides wherein the bioefficacy of the insecticide active is significantly enhanced. The co-solvent system comprises a water-soluble ethoxylated fatty acid/rosin acid-nonionic surfactant composition.
Abstract: A low volatile organic compound co-solvent system is disclosed for preparing emulsion concentrates of water-insoluble pesticides having a melting point of less than about 110.degree. C. The co-solvent system comprises a water-soluble ethoxylated fatty acid/rosin acid-nonionic surfactant composition.
Abstract: This invention relates to the use of activated charcoal granule compositions which, when dry spread and "watered-in" to a site, reduces undesirable biological activity of deleterious organic compounds. When wet, these granules disperse very rapidly with a large dispersion area to original granule diameter ratio. The granules have high loadings of charcoal, i.e., from about 60 to about 95 weight percent and contain from about 5 to about 40 weight percent of a surfactant system which exhibits excellent dispersing; rewetting; and binding properties.
May 22, 1996
Date of Patent:
April 14, 1998
Aquatrols Corporation of America, Inc., Rhone-Poulenc Inc.
Stanley John Kostka, Patrick Michael Holroyd, Mark David Einziger, Edward G. Fu, Alan Joseph Stern