Patents by Inventor PETER SIBELLO

PETER SIBELLO 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).

  • Patent number: 10870025
    Abstract: Fireworthy sealants may have a variety of compositions and be made by a variety of techniques. In certain implementations, a fireworthy sealant may include a body comprised of a cured, tacky, soft, deformable non-adhesive gel. The gel body may have an upper surface, a lower surface, and a perimeter, wherein the upper and lower surfaces of the gel body, in an uncompressed state, define a body thickness. The sealant may, in an uncompressed state, be dimensioned to fit in a first opening between a wall and an aircraft component surface and deformable when under compression to fit in a second opening, smaller than the first opening. The sealant may be flame retardant and produce low smoke density and low smoke toxicity.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 12, 2019
    Date of Patent: December 22, 2020
    Assignee: The Patent Well LLC
    Inventors: Peter Sibello, Jeff Busby, Chad Knight, Kent Boomer, Matt Boyd
  • Publication number: 20200122170
    Abstract: Applicant discloses a two part polymer mix for use in the aircraft industry that is applied with pneumatic mix and spray gun. The two part cartridge is used in the mix and spray gun so the mix is applied immediately upon mixing, but the two components are kept separated unless the gun is applying the mix. The mix cures to form a clear sealant that allows for inspection of cracks and corrosion beneath the sealant. It cures quickly so that the coated part may be further processed, for example in the assembly line during aircraft build.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 17, 2019
    Publication date: April 23, 2020
    Inventors: Kent Boomer, Chad Knight, Michael Dry, Peter Sibello, Jeff Busby
  • Publication number: 20200094090
    Abstract: Fireworthy sealants may have a variety of compositions and be made by a variety of techniques. In certain implementations, a fireworthy sealant may include a body comprised of a cured, tacky, soft, deformable non-adhesive gel. The gel body may have an upper surface, a lower surface, and a perimeter, wherein the upper and lower surfaces of the gel body, in an uncompressed state, define a body thickness. The sealant may, in an uncompressed state, be dimensioned to fit in a first opening between a wall and an aircraft component surface and deformable when under compression to fit in a second opening, smaller than the first opening. The sealant may be flame retardant and produce low smoke density and low smoke toxicity.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 12, 2019
    Publication date: March 26, 2020
    Inventors: PETER SIBELLO, JEFF BUSBY, CHAD KNIGHT, KENT BOOMER, MATT BOYD
  • Patent number: 10507478
    Abstract: Applicant discloses a two part polymer mix for use in the aircraft industry that is applied with pneumatic mix and spray gun. The two part cartridge is used in the mix and spray gun so the mix is applied immediately upon mixing, but the two components are kept separated unless the gun is applying the mix. The mix cures to form a clear sealant that allows for inspection of cracks and corrosion beneath the sealant. It cures quickly so that the coated part may be further processed, for example in the assembly line during aircraft build.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 29, 2017
    Date of Patent: December 17, 2019
    Assignee: THE PATENT WELL LLC
    Inventors: Kent Boomer, Chad Knight, Michael Dry, Peter Sibello, Jeff Busby
  • Patent number: 10478649
    Abstract: Fireworthy sealants may be have a variety of compositions and be made by a variety of techniques. In certain implementations, a fireworthy sealant may include a body comprised of a cured, tacky, soft, deformable non-adhesive gel. The gel body may have an upper surface, a lower surface, and a perimeter, wherein the upper and lower surfaces of the gel body, in an uncompressed state, define a body thickness. The sealant may, in an uncompressed state, be dimensioned to fit in a first opening between a wall and an aircraft component surface and deformable when under compression to fit in a second opening, smaller than the first opening. The sealant may be flame retardant and produce low smoke density and low smoke toxicity.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 6, 2017
    Date of Patent: November 19, 2019
    Assignee: THE PATENT WELL LLC
    Inventors: Peter Sibello, Jeff Busby, Chad Knight, Kent Boomer, Matt Boyd
  • Publication number: 20190275770
    Abstract: Applicant discloses multiple embodiments of a non-adhesive cured two-part polymer sealant for use on aircraft parts. In some embodiments, the sealant comprises only a carrier and a cured polymer gel. In some embodiments, the carrier of the sealant is at least partially open cell foam, which at least partially absorbs a cured polymer gel, and which sealant has beneficial properties, including low smoke density, non-toxicity when burned, and flame retardant properties. In some embodiments, the sealant comprises a skin on an outer surface thereof, which skin may be impermeable or semi-permeable to the passage of liquids and or polymer gels. In some embodiments, the sealant is breathable but moisture-proof.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 6, 2019
    Publication date: September 12, 2019
    Inventors: Jeff Busby, Matt Boyd, Kent Boomer, Chad Knight, Peter Sibello, Michael Dry
  • Publication number: 20190134652
    Abstract: Applicant discloses a two part polymer mix for use in the aircraft industry that is applied with pneumatic mix and spray gun. The two part cartridge is used in the mix and spray gun so the mix is applied immediately upon mixing, but the two components are kept separated unless the gun is applying the mix. The mix cures to form a clear sealant that allows for inspection of cracks and corrosion beneath the sealant. It cures quickly so that the coated part may be further processed, for example in the assembly line during aircraft build. Applicant further discloses multiple spray gun systems for applying such a two-part polymer mix to aircraft parts.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 28, 2018
    Publication date: May 9, 2019
    Inventors: Jeff Busby, Kent Boomer, Matt Boyd, Michael Dry, Peter Sibello, Kelly Templin, Chad Knight
  • Publication number: 20190002730
    Abstract: A number of sealants are provided that are resistant to degradation by aircraft fluids. In some embodiments, the sealants are resistant to degradation by Jet A fluid and at least one of the three types of hydraulic fluids typically used in aircraft. These embodiments are also typically cure in place from a two part polyurethane or polyurea mix, with cure to a visibly clear coating. In some embodiments, they may be sprayed on an aircraft surface or applied by hand (brush or injectable). In other of these embodiments, the sealants comprise, at least in part, a cured, soft, tacky polyurethane gel that is resistant to at least one of a synthetic hydrocarbon based or mineral oil based hydraulic fluid.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 28, 2018
    Publication date: January 3, 2019
    Inventors: Jeff Busby, MIke Dry, Kent Boomer, Matt Boyd, Chad Knight, Jeb Henderson, Kelly Templin, Peter Sibello
  • Publication number: 20190001167
    Abstract: Fireworthy sealants may be have a variety of compositions and be made by a variety of techniques. In certain implementations, a fireworthy sealant may include a body comprised of a cured, tacky, soft, deformable non-adhesive gel. The gel body may have an upper surface, a lower surface, and a perimeter, wherein the upper and lower surfaces of the gel body, in an uncompressed state, define a body thickness. The sealant may, in an uncompressed state, be dimensioned to fit in a first opening between a wall and an aircraft component surface and deformable when under compression to fit in a second opening, smaller than the first opening. The sealant may be flame retardant and produce low smoke density and low smoke toxicity.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 6, 2017
    Publication date: January 3, 2019
    Inventors: PETER SIBELLO, JEFF BUSBY, CHAD KNIGHT, KENT BOOMER, MATT BOYD
  • Publication number: 20180066693
    Abstract: Applicant provides a number of embodiments of a sealant, the sealant comprising a polyurethane gel which, in some embodiments, has a thickness of 12 mil or less (uncompressed). Uses of the sealant are shown, including uses between aircraft parts under compression. Sometimes the sealant may have a very thin skeleton. Sometimes the sealant is in the form of a die cut gasket, a tape or a tacky gel sprayable. Methods for making the sealant are also disclosed. The sealants may be used pre-cured or may be sprayed on to the aircraft parts and form in place.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 31, 2017
    Publication date: March 8, 2018
    Inventors: Jeff Busby, David Schmidt, Kent Boomer, Matt Boyd, Mike Dry, Chad Knight, Peter Sibello
  • Publication number: 20170282196
    Abstract: Applicant discloses a two part polymer mix for use in the aircraft industry that is applied with pneumatic mix and spray gun. The two part cartridge is used in the mix and spray gun so the mix is applied immediately upon mixing, but the two components are kept separated unless the gun is applying the mix. The mix cures to form a clear sealant that allows for inspection of cracks and corrosion beneath the sealant. It cures quickly so that the coated part may be further processed, for example in the assembly line during aircraft build.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 29, 2017
    Publication date: October 5, 2017
    Inventors: Kent Boomer, Chad Knight, Michael Dry, Peter Sibello, Jeff Busby
  • Publication number: 20170070038
    Abstract: An elongated, flexible composite gasket member having a knitted wire mesh rope at least partly impregnated with a soft, tacky, flowable, pre-cured polyurethane gel for use in a stuffing tube assembly. The stuffing tube assembly is used in a deck or bulkhead of a ship. The stuffing tube comprises a cable having insulation on a surface thereof, a metallic shielding jacket, and conductors therein, the cable having an exposed section of metallic shielding and non-exposed section; a metallic stuffing tube with an inner cable channel and an at least partly threaded gland nut receiver space, and a constriction between the gland nut receiver space and the inner channel; a gland nut adapted to threadably engage the gland nut receiver space; and a; wherein the cable passes through the gland nut and stuffing tube with the exposed section substantially wrapped in the elongated flexible composite gasket member the gland nut above the elongated flexible composite material and the constriction below.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 11, 2016
    Publication date: March 9, 2017
    Inventors: Matthew Boyd, MIKE DRY, PETER SIBELLO, KENT BOOMER, JEFF BUSBY