Abstract: A novel antistatic packaging material and method employing a F.sup.+ -impted electractive polymer are described. The implanted polymer contacts the surface of the substrate and conducts away any static charge that may exist upon the substrate.
September 21, 1983
Date of Patent:
July 2, 1985
The United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Navy
Marianne K. Bernett, David C. Weber, Harold Ravner
Abstract: A method of processing the end and joint portion of a decorative molding comprising a synthetic resin base having laminated thereon a layer of metal foil is disclosed. In accordance with the invention areas of reduced thickness are formed in the moldings to be joined such that a substantially level joint can be formed without using a separate joining member.
Abstract: A high performance heat pipe and the method for constructing it. A unique wick structure of sintered metal is formed directly into the heat pipe casing and contains simultaneously formed tunnels which permit the flow of large quantities of liquid with low pressure loss. A method of constructing a hybrid structure with heat pipe sections at both ends of a section used to transport the internal liquid and vapor over long distances is also included.
Abstract: The process of making an ingot for use as a feed stock for a coating process in which the ingot is vaporized to produce the coating material; the ingot being made by forming a billet of the alloy minus the reactive element with a rod of the reactive element of the alloy extending centrally through the billet and then shaping the billet to ingot size, the cross-sectional area of the rod having the same relation of the remainder of the area of the billet as the percentage of the reactive element in the alloy.
Abstract: A locking pulley assembly includes a pulley adapted to be affixed to a surface, a pull handle, a swivel hook, and a cord extending between the swivel hook and the handle around the pulley wheel. The pulley includes a unitary pulley wheel having locking grooves and coaxial frustoconical bearing surfaces, the pulley wheel being mounted for rotation in a unitary frame having inwardly facing frustoconical bearing surfaces engaging the bearing surfaces of the pulley wheel to form a rotatable joint. The handle is comprised of a cylindrical member having a central axial hole with reduced diameter at its central portion for holding a knotted end of the cord. The handle also has a slot at each end thereof of width slightly less than the diameter of the cord, to enable the handle to hold the cord. The swivel hook has a first element adapted to be affixed to the other end of the cord, and a hook pivotally mounted on the first member.
November 10, 1975
Date of Patent:
February 15, 1977
Coats & Clark, Inc.
Ruediger Einhorn, Lee Richard Chasen, Karl Hannes