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BR0009105B1
Publication/Patent Number: BR0009105B1
Publication date: 2012-01-24
Application number: 0009105
Filing date: 2000-03-17
Inventor: Butler, Kurt I  
Abstract: 'COMPOSTOS DE MOLDAGEM ALTAMENTE CONDUTORES EPLACAS BIPOLARES DE CéLULAS DE COMBUSTìVELCOMPREENDENDO ESSES COMPOSTOS'. Um polímerocondutor é descrito
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JP2011099108A
Publication/Patent Number: JP2011099108A
Publication date: 2011-05-19
Application number: 2010288956
Filing date: 2010-12-24
Inventor: Butler, Kurt I  
Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a highly conductive polymer to be suitably used as a bipolar plate of an electrochemical cell. SOLUTION: The conductive polymer is disclosed which is suitable for use in applications requiring corrosion resistance when subjected to acidic flow at temperature ranging from -40 to 140°F and which can be molded into highly intricate and thin specimens that exhibit consistent conductivity PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a highly conductive polymer to be suitably used as a bipolar plate of an electrochemical cell. SOLUTION: The conductive polymer is disclosed which is suitable for use in applications requiring corrosion resistance when subjected to acidic flow at ...more ...less
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DE60044640D1
Publication/Patent Number: DE60044640D1
Publication date: 2010-08-19
Application number: 60044640
Filing date: 2000-03-17
Inventor: Butler, Kurt I  
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EP1171925B1
Publication/Patent Number: EP1171925B1
Publication date: 2010-07-07
Application number: 00919431.7
Filing date: 2000-03-17
Inventor: Butler, Kurt I.  
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US7579574B2
Publication/Patent Number: US7579574B2
Publication date: 2009-08-25
Application number: 11/644,533
Filing date: 2006-12-22
Inventor: Butler, Kurt I.  
Assignee: Premix Inc.
Abstract: The invention provides molding compounds that are particularly suitable to be molded into an article such as a heating element that will conduct heat and not burn when an electric current is passed through the article. These compounds are generally liquid thermosetting molding resins which comprise a thermoset resin matrix such as a terephthalate polyester which can include blends of polyester and/or vinyl ester with a significant loading of conductive inorganic filler, typically graphite. The compositions also include flame and sound retardant additives, and glass fibers. They are further formulated to meet the desired molding characteristics; to withstand the operating temperatures to which they will be exposed; and to have a predetermined strength and a desirable user interface including appearance, and odor. Typically, the compounds will have a glass transition temperature from about 160° C. (320° F.) to about 195° C. (383° F.). The invention provides molding compounds that are particularly suitable to be molded into an article such as a heating element that will conduct heat and not burn when an electric current is passed through the article. These compounds are generally liquid thermosetting molding ...more ...less
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US7359629B2
Publication/Patent Number: US7359629B2
Publication date: 2008-04-15
Application number: 11/114,833
Filing date: 2005-04-26
Assignee: Premix Inc.
Abstract: The invention provides blower housings for air handlers and hot air furnaces which are made from molding compounds that allow for wide flexibility in molding complex configurations so as to improve blower efficiency, which improve manufacturing efficiency and safety and provide suitable mechanical properties, safety in use, and sound dampening. These compounds are generally liquid thermosetting molding resins which comprise a thermoset resin matrix such as a isophthalate polyester having a specific loading of glass reinforcing fibers. The compositions also include flame retardant additives. They are further formulated to meet the desired molding characteristics; to withstand the operating temperatures to which they will be exposed; and to have a predetermined strength and a desirable user interface including appearance, and odor. Typically, the compounds will have a glass transition temperature from about 160° C. (320° F.) to about 185° C. (365° F.). The invention provides blower housings for air handlers and hot air furnaces which are made from molding compounds that allow for wide flexibility in molding complex configurations so as to improve blower efficiency, which improve manufacturing efficiency and safety and provide ...more ...less
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US7170038B2
Publication/Patent Number: US7170038B2
Publication date: 2007-01-30
Application number: 11/114,703
Filing date: 2005-04-26
Inventor: Butler, Kurt I.  
Assignee: Premix Inc.
Abstract: The invention provides molding compounds that are particularly suitable to be molded into an article such as a heating element that will conduct heat and not burn when an electric current is passed through the article. These compounds are generally liquid thermosetting molding resins which comprise a thermoset resin matrix such as a terephthalate polyester which can include blends of polyester and/or vinyl ester with a significant loading of conductive inorganic filler, typically graphite. The compositions also include flame and sound retardant additives, and glass fibers. They are further formulated to meet the desired molding characteristics; to withstand the operating temperatures to which they will be exposed; and to have a predetermined strength and a desirable user interface including appearance, and odor. Typically, the compounds will have a glass transition temperature from about 160° C. (320° F.) to about 195° C. (383° F.). The invention provides molding compounds that are particularly suitable to be molded into an article such as a heating element that will conduct heat and not burn when an electric current is passed through the article. These compounds are generally liquid thermosetting molding ...more ...less
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JP2007196689A
Publication/Patent Number: JP2007196689A
Publication date: 2007-08-09
Application number: 2007075623
Filing date: 2007-03-22
Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a method which allows the compositions to be molded into highly intricate and thin electrically and thermally conductive specimens without significant post process machining. SOLUTION: A technique and an apparatus are disclosed for injection molding highly filled conductive resin compositions. These compositions include one or more of unsaturated polyester and vinyl ester resin PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a method which allows the compositions to be molded into highly intricate and thin electrically and thermally conductive specimens without significant post process machining. SOLUTION: A technique and an apparatus are disclosed for injection ...more ...less
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CA2367350C
Publication/Patent Number: CA2367350C
Publication date: 2006-08-08
Application number: 2367350
Filing date: 2000-03-17
Inventor: Butler, Kurt I  
Abstract: A conductive polymer is disclosed which is suitable for use in applications which require corrosion resistance including resistance to corrosion when subjected to acidic flow at temperature ranging from -40 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit and which can be molded into highly intricate and thin specimens which exhibit consistent conductivity A conductive polymer is disclosed which is suitable for use in applications which require corrosion resistance including resistance to corrosion when subjected to acidic flow at temperature ranging from -40 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit and which can be molded into highly intricate ...more ...less
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US6752937B2
Publication/Patent Number: US6752937B2
Publication date: 2004-06-22
Application number: 10/135,955
Filing date: 2002-04-29
Inventor: Butler, Kurt I.  
Abstract: The invention provides a resin matrix with high loadings of a conductive filler; various additional additives, such as initiators, mold-release agents, shrink control additives, and carbon black; and optionally one or more rheological agents selected from the group comprising group II oxides, alkaline earth oxides, carbodiamides, polyisocynates, polyethylene and polytetraethylene fluoroethylene. The conductive filler is an inorganic filler which is desirably particulate graphite having a significant distribution of large particles such as for example, 95% in the range of about 150 to about 1000 microns with over about 40%, and more particularly about 50% or even 60% over 200 microns, or over 300 microns, or even over 600 microns. Conductive polymers may be used as a conductivity enhancer with the graphite. In addition, silver coated ceramic fibers can be added to improve the overall electrical properties. Fuel cell plates can be made from these compositions. Fuel cell plates can be made from these compositions. The invention provides a resin matrix with high loadings of a conductive filler; various additional additives, such as initiators, mold-release agents, shrink control additives, and carbon black; and optionally one or more rheological agents selected from the group comprising ...more ...less
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US20030168638A1
Publication/Patent Number: US20030168638A1
Publication date: 2003-09-11
Application number: 10/135,955
Filing date: 2002-04-29
Inventor: Butler, Kurt I.  
Abstract: The invention provides a resin matrix with high loadings of a conductive filler; various additional additives, such as initiators, mold-release agents, shrink control additives, and carbon black; and optionally one or more rheological agents selected from the group comprising group II oxides, alkaline earth oxides, carbodiamides, polyisocynates, polyethylene and polytetraethylene fluoroethylene. The conductive filler is an inorganic filler which is desirably particulate graphite having a significant distribution of large particles such as for example, 95% in the range of about 150 to about 1000 microns with over about 40%, and more particularly about 50% or even 60% over 200 microns, or over 300 microns, or even over 600 microns. Conductive polymers may be used as a conductivity enhancer with the graphite. In addition, silver coated ceramic fibers can be added to improve the overall electrical properties. Fuel cell plates can be made from these compositions. Fuel cell plates can be made from these compositions. The invention provides a resin matrix with high loadings of a conductive filler; various additional additives, such as initiators, mold-release agents, shrink control additives, and carbon black; and optionally one or more rheological agents selected from the group comprising ...more ...less
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AU2002359682A1
Publication/Patent Number: AU2002359682A1
Publication date: 2003-06-30
Application number: 2002359682
Filing date: 2002-12-12
Inventor: Butler, Kurt I  
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WO03051992A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO03051992A1
Publication date: 2003-06-26
Application number: 0239728
Filing date: 2002-12-12
Inventor: Butler, Kurt I  
Abstract: The invention provides a resin matrix with high loadings of a conductive filler; various additional additives
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MXPA01009407A
Publication/Patent Number: MXPA01009407A
Publication date: 2003-06-06
Application number: PA01009407
Filing date: 2000-03-17
Inventor: Butler, Kurt I  
Abstract: A conductive polymer is disclosed which is suitable for use in applications which require corrosion resistance including resistance to corrosion when subjected to acidic flow at temperature ranging from -40 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit and which can be molded into highly intricate and thin specimens which exhibit consistent conductivity A conductive polymer is disclosed which is suitable for use in applications which require corrosion resistance including resistance to corrosion when subjected to acidic flow at temperature ranging from -40 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit and which can be molded into highly intricate ...more ...less
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US20030042468A1
Publication/Patent Number: US20030042468A1
Publication date: 2003-03-06
Application number: 10/108,840
Filing date: 2002-03-27
Inventor: Butler, Kurt I.  
Abstract: A conductive polymer is disclosed which is suitable for use in applications which require corrosion resistance including resistance to corrosion when subjected to acidic flow at temperature ranging from −40 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit and which can be molded such as by compression and/or injection molding techniques, into highly intricate and thin specimens without significant post machining. and which exhibit consistent conductivity, sufficient strength and flexibility, and appropriate surface characteristics. In particular the invention involves molding resin composition, which have high loadings of conductive fillers. Further the compositions may include rheological modifiers such as Group II oxides and hydroxides; carbodiamides; aziridines; polyisocyanates; polytetrafluorethylene (PTFE); perfluoropolyether (PFPE), and polyethylene. In an additional embodiment of the invention, an anti-shrink additive is added to improve the characteristics of the molded fuel cell plate. A conductive polymer is disclosed which is suitable for use in applications which require corrosion resistance including resistance to corrosion when subjected to acidic flow at temperature ranging from −40 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit and which can be molded such as by ...more ...less
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AU761468B2
Publication/Patent Number: AU761468B2
Publication date: 2003-06-05
Application number: 4012400
Filing date: 2000-03-17
Inventor: Butler, Kurt I  
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EP1292439A2
Publication/Patent Number: EP1292439A2
Publication date: 2003-03-19
Application number: 01944556.8
Filing date: 2001-06-14
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US6436315B2
Publication/Patent Number: US6436315B2
Publication date: 2002-08-20
Application number: 09/849,629
Filing date: 2001-05-04
Inventor: Butler, Kurt I.  
Abstract: A conductive polymer is disclosed which is suitable for use in applications which require corrosion resistance including resistance to corrosion when subjected to acidic flow at temperature ranging from −40 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit and which can be molded such as by compression and/or injection molding techniques, into highly intricate and thin specimens without significant post machining. and which exhibit consistent conductivity, sufficient strength and flexibility, and appropriate surface characteristics. In particular the invention involves molding resin composition, which have high loadings of conductive fillers. Further the compositions may include rheological modifiers such as Group II oxides and hydroxides; carbodiamides; aziridines; polyisocyanates; polytetrafluorethylene (PTFE); perfluoropolyether (PFPE), and polyethylene. In an additional embodiment of the invention, an anti-shrink additive is added to improve the characteristics of the molded fuel cell plate. A conductive polymer is disclosed which is suitable for use in applications which require corrosion resistance including resistance to corrosion when subjected to acidic flow at temperature ranging from −40 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit and which can be molded such as by ...more ...less
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WO0057506A9
Publication/Patent Number: WO0057506A9
Publication date: 2002-05-02
Application number: 0006999
Filing date: 2000-03-17
Inventor: Butler, Kurt I  
Abstract: A conductive polymer is disclosed which is suitable for use in applications which require corrosion resistance including resistance to corrosion when subjected to acidic flow at temperature ranging from -40 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit and which can be molded into highly intricate and thin specimens which exhibit consistent conductivity A conductive polymer is disclosed which is suitable for use in applications which require corrosion resistance including resistance to corrosion when subjected to acidic flow at temperature ranging from -40 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit and which can be molded into highly intricate ...more ...less
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CZ20013124A3
Publication/Patent Number: CZ20013124A3
Publication date: 2002-01-16
Application number: 20013124
Filing date: 2000-03-17
Inventor: Butler, Kurt I