Patents by Inventor Charles Doyle Fleishman

Charles Doyle Fleishman has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Publication number: 20190217351
    Abstract: A manufactured composite comprising synthetic turf and impermeable geomembrane is used in a single-layer capping system as the single layer to provide permanent, impermeable and functional aesthetic cover for a job site. During installation of composite pieces at a job site, an edge portion of a tufted section of a second composite piece is overlaid onto an edge untufted section of the first composite piece already laid and anchored over foundation soil to form a reinforced overlapping seam, through which the two composite pieces are physically and permanently joined together. As composite pieces are joined together, the continuity of synthetic grass and the continuity of impermeability are extended and realized over the entire site to form permanent, impermeable and functional aesthetic cover for a job site.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 11, 2019
    Publication date: July 18, 2019
    Applicant: ACT GLOBAL HOLDINGS, LLC
    Inventors: Charles Doyle Fleishman, John Thomas Baize
  • Patent number: 10189061
    Abstract: A manufactured composite comprising synthetic turf and impermeable geomembrane is used in a single-layer capping system as the single layer to provide permanent, impermeable and functional aesthetic cover for land reclamation. During installation of composite pieces at a job site, an edge portion of a tufted section of a second composite piece is overlaid onto an edge untufted section of the first composite piece already laid and anchored over foundation soil to form a reinforced overlapping seam, through which the two composite pieces are physically and permanently joined together. As composite pieces are joined together, the continuity of synthetic grass and the continuity of impermeability are extended and realized over the entire site to form permanent, impermeable and functional aesthetic cover for land reclamation.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 17, 2017
    Date of Patent: January 29, 2019
    Assignee: Lite Earth LLC
    Inventors: Charles Doyle Fleishman, John Thomas Baize
  • Publication number: 20170232487
    Abstract: A manufactured composite comprising synthetic turf and impermeable geomembrane is used in a single-layer capping system as the single layer to provide permanent, impermeable and functional aesthetic cover for land reclamation. During installation of composite pieces at a job site, an edge portion of a tufted section of a second composite piece is overlaid onto an edge untufted section of the first composite piece already laid and anchored over foundation soil to form a reinforced overlapping seam, through which the two composite pieces are physically and permanently joined together. As composite pieces are joined together, the continuity of synthetic grass and the continuity of impermeability are extended and realized over the entire site to form permanent, impermeable and functional aesthetic cover for land reclamation.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 17, 2017
    Publication date: August 17, 2017
    Applicant: Lite Earth LLC
    Inventors: Charles Doyle Fleishman, John Thomas Baize
  • Patent number: 9610620
    Abstract: A manufactured composite comprising synthetic turf and impermeable geomembrane is used in a single-layer capping system as the single layer to provide permanent, impermeable and functional aesthetic cover for land reclamation. During installation of composite pieces at a job site, an edge portion of a tufted section of a second composite piece is overlaid onto an edge untufted section of the first composite piece already laid and anchored over foundation soil to form a reinforced overlapping seam, through which the two composite pieces are physically and permanently joined together. As composite pieces are joined together, the continuity of synthetic grass and the continuity of impermeability are extended and realized over the entire site to form permanent, impermeable and functional aesthetic cover for land reclamation.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 27, 2015
    Date of Patent: April 4, 2017
    Assignee: Lite Earth LLC
    Inventors: Charles Doyle Fleishman, John Thomas Baize
  • Publication number: 20160281301
    Abstract: Disclosed herein are various aspects of synthetic turf composite structures and uses thereof. One such synthetic turf composite structure has a synthetic turf and a base structure. The synthetic turf includes a primary and synthetic grass extending above a first side of the primary. The base structure has opposing sides. The base structure includes a layer of woven material having at least one layer of thermoplastic material coated onto at least one side thereof. The woven material has openings therein between opposing sides thereof. The one or more layers of the thermoplastic material covers substantially all of the openings in the woven material for rendering the base structure substantially impermeable. The base structure is adjoined to a second side of the primary such that a first one of the sides of the base structure is engaged with the second side of the primary.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 4, 2016
    Publication date: September 29, 2016
    Inventors: Charles Doyle Fleishman, John Thomas Baize
  • Publication number: 20150367390
    Abstract: A manufactured composite comprising synthetic turf and impermeable geomembrane is used in a single-layer capping system as the single layer to provide permanent, impermeable and functional aesthetic cover for land reclamation. During installation of composite pieces at a job site, an edge portion of a tufted section of a second composite piece is overlaid onto an edge untufted section of the first composite piece already laid and anchored over foundation soil to form a reinforced overlapping seam, through which the two composite pieces are physically and permanently joined together. As composite pieces are joined together, the continuity of synthetic grass and the continuity of impermeability are extended and realized over the entire site to form permanent, impermeable and functional aesthetic cover for land reclamation.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 27, 2015
    Publication date: December 24, 2015
    Applicant: Lite Earth LLC
    Inventors: Charles Doyle Fleishman, John Thomas Baize
  • Patent number: 9151009
    Abstract: A manufactured composite comprising synthetic turf and impermeable geomembrane is used in a single-layer capping system as the single layer to provide permanent, impermeable and functional aesthetic cover for land reclamation. During installation of composite pieces at a job site, an edge portion of a tufted section of a second composite piece is overlaid onto an edge untufted section of the first composite piece already laid and anchored over foundation soil to form a reinforced overlapping seam, through which the two composite pieces are physically and permanently joined together. As composite pieces are joined together, the continuity of synthetic grass and the continuity of impermeability are extended and realized over the entire site to form permanent, impermeable and functional aesthetic cover for land reclamation.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 22, 2013
    Date of Patent: October 6, 2015
    Assignee: LitE EARTH LLC
    Inventors: Charles Doyle Fleishman, John Thomas Baize
  • Publication number: 20130202365
    Abstract: A manufactured composite comprising synthetic turf and impermeable geomembrane is used in a single-layer capping system as the single layer to provide permanent, impermeable and functional aesthetic cover for land reclamation. During installation of composite pieces at a job site, an edge portion of a tufted section of a second composite piece is overlaid onto an edge untufted section of the first composite piece already laid and anchored over foundation soil to form a reinforced overlapping seam, through which the two composite pieces are physically and permanently joined together. As composite pieces are joined together, the continuity of synthetic grass and the continuity of impermeability are extended and realized over the entire site to form permanent, impermeable and functional aesthetic cover for land reclamation.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 22, 2013
    Publication date: August 8, 2013
    Inventor: Charles Doyle Fleishman