Patents by Inventor George F. Feeley

George F. Feeley 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: 20020193058
    Abstract: A polishing pad apparatus includes, a polishing pad, an optically transmissive window framed by an opening through the polishing pad, the window being part of an underlay, and the underlay having a perimeter that extends substantially beyond the perimeter of the window to form a fluid impermeable layer that isolates a rear surface of the window from obstruction by polishing fluid.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 16, 2002
    Publication date: December 19, 2002
    Inventors: Stephen P. Carter, Arthur Richard Baker, Jon D. Jacobs, George F. Feeley
  • Publication number: 20010039176
    Abstract: A polishing pad for planarizing and polishing a semiconductor substrate. The polishing pad (22) includes an adhesive layer (34) that is operative to adhere the polishing pad to a polishing fixture. To protect the adhesive layer from contamination during storage and shipment, a release liner (24) is placed over the adhesive layer. The release liner has sufficient surface characteristics to stay in adhesive connection with the adhesive layer during storage and shipment; however, the release liner is operative to be peeled away from the adhesive layer without disturbing the bond between the polishing pad and the adhesive layer. To aid in the removal of the release liner from the polishing pad, the release liner includes a pull tab (26). The pull tab is comprised of a single-sided tape that is adhered to the outer surface of the release liner. A portion (28) of the pull tab extends beyond the edge of the release liner.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 12, 2001
    Publication date: November 8, 2001
    Inventor: George F. Feeley
  • Patent number: 5169469
    Abstract: A laminated composite in the form of a trilaminate and quadlaminate for use in the manufacture of a seat, particularly a vehicle seat, such as an automobile seat and a vehicle interior member. The laminated composite includes a seat cover material having a first adhesive applied to a first surface of the seat cover material. A sew pad is bonded to the seat cover material by the first adhesive. A second adhesive can be applied to the sew pad so that the sew pad can be bonded to a cushion by the second adhesive. The first adhesive can be a thermoplastic releasable polyolefin or polyester, and the second adhesive can be a polyurethane film so that the first adhesive forms a temporary releasable bond and the second adhesive forms a permanent bond. A method of manufacturing laminated composites is also disclosed.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: July 5, 1990
    Date of Patent: December 8, 1992
    Assignee: Seton Company
    Inventor: George F. Feeley
  • Patent number: 4590022
    Abstract: A moisture vapor permeable sheet material is comprised of a homogeneous admixture of a synthetic polymer material and a protein derivative. The sheet material is moisture vapor permeable and non-penetrable by liquid water. The sheet material additionally can have coated thereon a pressure sensitive adhesive which is comprised of a synthetic organic polymer adhesive and a soluble protein derivative in solid solution. Sheet material is formed by providing a homogeneous fluid solution of a soluble protein derivative and a synthetic organic polymer in a solvent. The protein derivative has a pH level compatible with the pH level of the organic polymer. Film is formed from the homogeneous fluid solution and the solvent is removed from the film to form the sheet material which is moisture vapor permeable. When the sheet material includes an adhesive, the adhesive is coated as a fluid solution in a solvent on one side of the sheet material.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 19, 1984
    Date of Patent: May 20, 1986
    Assignee: Seton Company
    Inventors: Gheorge Cioca, George F. Feeley, Joseph B. Brabson, Peter Barth
  • Patent number: 4574697
    Abstract: A sheet material for mounting flexible printing plates to the drum of a printing press includes a base film, a flexible foam uniformly coated on the base film, and a pressure sensitive adhesive coated on both the base film and the foam. The cohesion of the base film and the foam, the adhesion of the base film to the foam, and the adhesion of the adhesive to the base film and the foam is greater than the adhesion of the adhesive to the flexible printing plate and to the drum of a printing press. When the sheet material is removed from the printing plate and the drum, the foam, the base film, and the adhesive remain an integral sheet. A method for preparing and using the sheet material is also disclosed.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 28, 1982
    Date of Patent: March 11, 1986
    Assignee: Norwood Industries, Inc.
    Inventor: George F. Feeley
  • Patent number: 4497862
    Abstract: A moisture vapor permeable sheet material is comprised of a homogeneous admixture of a synthetic polymer material and a protein derivative. The sheet material is moisture vapor permeable and non-penetrable by liquid water. The sheet material additionally can have coated thereon a pressure sensitive adhesive which is comprised of a snythetic organic polymer adhesive and a soluble protein derivative in solid solution. Sheet material is formed by providing a homogeneous fluid solution of a soluble protein derivative and a synthetic organic polymer in a solvent. The protein derivative has a pH level compatible with the pH level of the organic polymer. Film is formed from the homogeneous fluid solution and the solvent is removed from the film to form the sheet material which is moisture vapor permeable. When the sheet material includes an adhesive, the adhesive is coated as a fluid solution in a solvent on one side of the sheet material.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 8, 1983
    Date of Patent: February 5, 1985
    Assignee: Seton Company
    Inventors: George Cioca, George F. Feeley, Joseph B. Brabson, Peter Barth
  • Patent number: 4415628
    Abstract: A moisture vapor permeable sheet material is comprised of a homogeneous admixture of a synthetic polymer material and a protein derivative. The sheet material is moisture vapor permeable and nonpenetrable by liquid water. The sheet material additionally can have coated thereon a pressure sensitive adhesive which is comprised of a synthetic organic polymer adhesive and a soluble protein derivative in solid solution. Sheet material is formed by providing a homogeneous fluid solution of a soluble protein derivative and a synthetic organic polymer in a solvent. The protein derivative has a pH level compatible with the pH level of the organic polymer. Film is formed from the homogeneous fluid solution and the solvent is removed from the film to form the sheet material which is moisture vapor permeable. When the sheet material includes an adhesive, the adhesive is coated as a fluid solution in a solvent on one side of the sheet material.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 26, 1981
    Date of Patent: November 15, 1983
    Assignee: Seton Company
    Inventors: Gheorge Cioca, George F. Feeley, Joseph B. Brabson, Peter Barth