Abstract: The present invention provides a skin patch laminate body, comprising a skin patch body including a base layer and a skin adhesive layer being formed on one surface of the base layer for being directly applied to the skin and a heat imparting body including an exothermic agent and an exothermic agent-accommodating layer that accommodates the exothermic agent therein, wherein the exothermic agent-accommodating layer on one surface of the heat imparting body, and the other surface of the base layer of the skin patch body are attached to each other via a peelable adhesive layer.
Abstract: In one form, the present invention provides a synthetic resin leather adhering a base material via an adhesive layer to the back side of a film composed mostly of thermoplastic polyurethane, and the film has on the surface thereof a surface treatment layer formed by coating with a surface treatment agent in which aqueous polycarbonate polyurethane is cross linked by aqueous cross-linking agent containing a carbodiimide group.
March 29, 2011
Date of Patent:
December 31, 2013
Okamoto Industries, Inc., Honda Motor Co., Ltd.
Abstract: A synthetic resin leather has a substrate and a synthetic resin layer attached to the substrate. The substrate is a both sides cross-knitted fabric and is prepared by cross-knitting a first yarn with 10 to 40 in count including single spun or mixed spun fibers made of rayon, cotton, polyester, nylon, acryl, or urethane and a second yarn with 50 to 300 in denier including crimpy long fiber filaments, thermoplastic elastomer long fiber filaments or polyurethane long fiber filaments; and knitting the both-sided cross-knitted fabric so loops made of the first yarn and loops made of the second yarn are formed on the front and rear sides of the substrate and are in alternating positions on the front side as compared to the rear side; and, on each side of the substrate, loops of the first and second yarns are formed in alternating positions in longitudinal and transverse directions.
Abstract: A skin patch laminate body includes a skin patch body having a base layer and a first adhesive layer formed on one side of the base layer for adhering directly to a skin, and a heat imparting body having an exothermic agent accommodating layer and a second adhesive layer formed on one side of the exothermic agent accommodating layer for adhering to the other side of the base layer, wherein the adhesive strength between the second adhesive layer and the base layer is less than the adhesive strength between the first adhesive layer and the skin.
Abstract: The present invention provides a method for producing a dehydrating sheet comprising two films at least one of which is a polyvinyl alcohol film, and a high osmotic pressure material interposed between the films, wherein the polyvinyl alcohol film is formed by a stretching treatment after extrusion molding, followed by a heat treatment at 150 to 250° C. and a water treatment. According to the present invention, it is possible to provide a dehydrating sheet comprising a polyvinyl alcohol film which has excellent water permeability, is prevented from forming pinholes, and is not significantly expanded or shrunk due to the absorption of water.
Abstract: The present invention provides a surface material which can be replaced to the conventional surface material made of soft polyvinylchloride resin. This surface material is useful for the various uses such as the material for car interior, surface material furniture or the material for porches. The present invention is the urethane resin surface material comprising, a mixed resin sheet composed of 50-95 wt. % thermoplastic polyurethane and 50-5 wt. % of acrylic soft resin and the Shore A hardness of said urethane resin surface material is 60-80. On one side surface of the mixed resin sheet, a layer of knitted, woven, nonwoven fabric or soft foam sheet can be provided. As the thermoplastic polyurethane resin, the thermoplastic polyurethane resin of Shore A hardness 65-90 is desirable, and as the acrylic soft resin, the acrylic soft resin of Shore A hardness 50-80 is desirable.
Abstract: A synthetic resin leather comprising a substrate at least one surface of which is arranged with a synthetic resin layer, wherein said synthetic resin layer contains 1 to 70 weight parts of bridged polyalkylene oxide to 100 weight parts of synthetic resin. As the synthetic resin, polyvinyl chloride resin, acrylic soft resin, mixed resin composed of 50-95 wt. % of thermoplastic polyurethane and 50-5 wt. % of acrylic soft resin, copolymer of polyester resin or polyolefin resin can be used. A surface coating layer containing powder of natural organic substance can be arranged over the surface of synthetic resin layer of said synthetic resin leather. As the powder of natural organic substance, collagen can be desirably used. Further, on the surface of the synthetic resin leather, it is desirable to mark a pattern and to make the height of convex part of the pattern higher than 0.05 mm.
Abstract: A condom which can be fitted onto a penis without requiring for fingers to touch the penis and a condom body when in use, and which preferably does not admit the entry of air during fitting and is free from remnant air after fitting, wherein extension portions (5) of a specified length are ensured on a fitting tape (B) rolled up along with the condom body (A), and the condom body can be stored in a package (C) without this length being increased nor decreased during a packaging process.
Abstract: The present invention provides a surface material which can be replaced to the conventional surface material made of soft polyvinylchloride resin. These surface material is useful for the various uses such as the material for car interior, the surface material of furniture or the material for porches.
Abstract: A water soluble lubricant for condoms includes at least a sliminess agent and a penetrating agent, and optionally, a humectant. The water soluble lubricant has a good penetrating feature to the wound up part of a condom, does not whiten the surface appearance of a condom, and provides sliminess and wettability to a condom to which the lubricant is applied. Water soluble penetrating agents which have good penetrating effect to the wound up part and do not whiten the appearance of a condom include sodium-lactate and trimethylglycine. Humectants which provide a condom with good wettability include glycerin and propyleneglycol. The water soluble sliminess agent which provides a condom with sliminess may be pullulan.
Abstract: In charging a fluid molding material in an elastic molding die composed of a die body having an opening and a die support portion extending from the opening to the outside by pouring the molding material from the opening into time die body, the molding material in an amount of 1/5 to 3/5 of a volume of the die body is first charged, a molding material-charged portion of the die body is then crumpled or pinched, and then the entire die body is filled up with the molding material. The crumpling or pinching operation is achieved by such means as a blade shutter, pressing plates, air bags, or passing between two plates or conveyor belts, thereby charging the fluid molding material in the die body of the elastic-molding die without occurrence of air voids.
March 18, 1996
Date of Patent:
December 16, 1997
Asahi Denka Kogyo Kabushikikaisya, Okamoto Industries, Inc.
Abstract: This invention relates a prototype of a mouth piece characterized as having "H" shaped cross sectional view which is composed of an intermediate web member, outer wall and inner wall and can be loosely installed to dental arch of both maxilla teeth and mandibular teeth.
Abstract: A method of manufacturing hollow molded articles having a beautiful surface at a low cost and by a simple and efficient process includes providing a hollow elastic molding die made of an elastic film and having an opening port, feeding a material to be molded of an amount smaller than the internal volume of the elastic molding die into the elastic molding die through the opening port, closing the opening port, solidifying the material to be molded while the elastic molding die is rotated to all directions, and parting the solidified hollow molded article from the elastic molding die. Arrangement for preventing the elastic molding die from being deformed while it is rotated to all directions includes holding it firm by a solid holding member conforming to the external shape thereof or by positioning it in a fluid or powdery material holding member.
July 27, 1993
Date of Patent:
March 19, 1996
Asahi Denka Kogyo Kabushikikaisya, Okamoto Industries, Inc.
Abstract: A surface coating agent to be coated on the surface of an elastic molding die, which is a solvent solution of a polyurethane obtained by reacting a polyol with an aromatic polyisocyanate. The surface coating agent can be coated on the inside surface of the elastic molding die to form a coating layer, thereby obtaining a molding with surface gloss. Further, the surface coating agent can be incorporated with silicone and/or a fluorine compound to improve oil resistance of the elastic molding die, preventing the elastic molding die from being swollen by oil components of a molding material and improving durability. When a polyether type polyol is used as the polyol, water resistance of the elastic molding die can be even further improved. The surface coating agent using polycarbonatepolyol as the polyol has improved adhesion to the elastic molding die, thereby improving the durability.
Abstract: A method for making an anti-skid apparatus for an automobile tire includes coating a plurality of core materials with rubber to form a plurality of cords; placing the cords in grooves of a preliminary molding plate and knitting the cords to form a net body; molding the cord into a non-vulcanized net body which inherently possesses crossing sections-where one of the plurality of cords lies on top of another of the plurality of cords; pressing the crossing sections so as to cause the core materials at the crossing sections to become linearly aligned; and vulcanizing the pressed non-vulcanized anti-skid net bodies to form a vulcanized net body. The step of pressing the crossing sections temporarily fixes the respective cords to each other at respective crossing sections. Also, affixing elements are attached to the vulcanized net body to detachably secure the vulcanized net body to an automobile tire.
Abstract: An elastic molding die is composed of an elastomer laminate film, of which the innermost layer is formed of an elastomer not containing fillers. The innermost layer elastomer is preferably an oil-resistant elastomer. Alternatively, an oil-repellent agent may be contained in the innermost layer elastomer. The outer layer may be formed of an elastomer containing fillers. Furthermore, an oil blocking layer can be provided between the inner layer and the outer layer. A master model is dipped in an elastomer solution not containing fillers, heat dried to form a gelled elastomer film, the film is coated with a coagulant, dipped again in an elastomer solution, taken out, gelation treated, and the elastomer film is peeled from the master model to obtain an elastic molding die. In another method, a once-formed hollow elastic molding die is turned inside out, pressed in with a gas to swell, the swollen die is coated with an elastomer solution not containing fillers, heat dried, and turned it again inside out.
June 18, 1992
Date of Patent:
July 26, 1994
Okamoto Industries, Inc.
Akinori Watanabe, Itaru Horiguchi, Tsuguyo Ando, Atsushi Sato
Abstract: An anti-skid net body for a tire includes a plurality of cords having crossing portions and open portions, with the crossing portions having a flat shape. At least one rope is fixed to an inside portion of the net body. An actional band and a setting band are detachably connected to an outside portion of the net body, wherein the setting band is connected prior to connecting the actional band, thereby tightly fastening the anti-skid net body to a tire.
Abstract: An automatic vehicle seat capable of separately controlling the position or gradient of each portion of a vehicle seat using air bags. Automatic adjustment mechanisms utilizing inflatable air bags are included in the vehicle seat and are capable of adjusting and controlling the height of the seat level, the gradient of a headrest positioned on the seat back, the thigh support of the seat and the mobility of the seat body in a longitudinal direction.