Patents Assigned to Bakelittfabrikken A/S
  • Patent number: 5888382
    Abstract: A filtration tank and means for subsequent purification of filter bag purified waste water, especially grey water, which is introduced into the top of a filter tank and is evenly distributed by means of spray nozzles on the top layer of purification media, which are built up in layers in a tank around a built-in central pipe. The layers of purification media consist of varying types of material and grain size, density, weight, ect. The water passes through the varying layers of purification medium and is collected on the bottom of the central pipe, where a pump lifts the water through a U.V. treatment apparatus for sanitation.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 25, 1997
    Date of Patent: March 30, 1999
    Assignee: Bakelittfabrikken A/S
    Inventors: Lars Ringdal, Lars Westlie, Jens Christian K.o slashed.ler
  • Patent number: 4314954
    Abstract: The invention relates to a method of producing molded bodies of expanded plastic having a predetermined density, based on a starting material in granulate form to which a blowing agent and optionally a cross-linking agent have been added, said starting material being introduced into an injection molding machine/press in which it is heated and injected/pressed into a mold. In order to obtain an efficient production process without loss of raw material and a product whose density can be determined in advance, the material in the injection molding machine/press is heated to a temperature which is below the temperature required to initiate the reaction of the blowing agent/cross-linking agent, and the blank thus formed is subsequently transferred to an expansion mold having the shape of the desired final product, but larger, than the blank. The blank is caused to expand in the expansion mold and final expansion takes place outside the expansion mold.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 6, 1979
    Date of Patent: February 9, 1982
    Assignee: Bakelittfabrikken A/S
    Inventor: Lars Ringdal