Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTA thermally conductive composite includes a polymer; and boron nitride, wherein the boron nitride is in a form of a nanofiber, a nanotube, a nanoplate, or a combination thereof. Alternatively, a thermally conductive composite includes a boron nitride comprising pores; and a polymer disposed in a pore of the boron nitride.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTA corona shielding system for a high voltage machine including a sleeve for a live conductor of the high voltage machine, wherein the sleeve has an electrically conductive lacquer, wherein a filler is added to the conductive lacquer, the filler at least partially including a thermoexpanding filler, is provided. A repair lacquer and a method for production is further provided.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTThis invention provides kilometer-long, endlessly parallel, spontaneously piezoelectric and thermally stable poly(vinylidene fluoride) (PVDF) ribbons using iterative size reduction technique based on thermal fiber drawing method. The PVDF ribbons are thermally stable and conserve the polar γ phase even after being exposed to heat treatment above the melting point of PVDF. A single PVDF ribbon has an average effective piezoelectric constant as −58.5 pm/V. PVDF ribbons in the invention are promising structures for constructing devices such as highly efficient energy generators, large area pressure sensors, artificial muscle and skin, due to the unique geometry and extended lengths, high polar phase content, high thermal stability and high piezoelectric coefficient.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTUse of highly oriented graphite including graphite layers placed on top of one another and containing only a small amount of water allows for production of an electronic device that includes, as an element, highly oriented graphite in which no delamination occurs, that is highly reliable in use, and that has a good heat dissipation capability.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTThe magnetic tape has a magnetic layer containing ferromagnetic powder and binder on the surface on one side of a nonmagnetic support and has a backcoat layer containing nonmagnetic powder and binder on the surface on the other side of the nonmagnetic support, wherein the backcoat layer is less than or equal to 0.30 μm in thickness; and the logarithmic decrement as determined by a pendulum viscoelasticity test on the surface on the backcoat layer side of the magnetic tape is less than or equal to 0.060.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTThe magnetic tape has a magnetic layer containing ferromagnetic powder and binder on a nonmagnetic support, wherein the centerline average surface roughness Ra as measured on the surface on the magnetic layer side of the magnetic tape is less than or equal to 1.8 nm, and the logarithmic decrement as determined by a pendulum viscoelasticity test on the surface on the magnetic layer side of the magnetic tape is less than or equal to 0.050.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTThe magnetic tape has a nonmagnetic layer containing nonmagnetic powder and binder on a nonmagnetic support, and has a magnetic layer containing ferromagnetic powder and binder on the nonmagnetic layer, wherein the combined thickness of the magnetic layer and the nonmagnetic layer is less than or equal to 0.80 μm; and the logarithmic decrement as determined by a pendulum viscoelasticity test on the surface on the magnetic layer side of the magnetic tape is less than or equal to 0.050 and the coefficient of friction as measured on a base portion of the surface on the magnetic layer side is less than or equal to 0.35.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTA sandwich panel including a core having a first major side and an opposed second major side, the core defining cavities, a first liner sheet connected to the first major side, the first liner sheet defining apertures, wherein each aperture provides fluid communication with an associated cavity, and a bulk absorber material and/or a thermal conductor material received in at least a portion of the cavities.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTA coating composition includes a first polymer and a second polymer that are incompatible and non-reactive with one another. The absolute value of the difference between the refractive index of the first polymer and the refractive index of the second polymer is about 0 to about 0.01. The first polymer and the second polymer are soluble in a carrier liquid that is a good solvent for the first polymer and a poor solvent for the second polymer. The carrier liquid is removed from the coating layer to spinodally decompose the mixture of the first polymer and the second polymer in an amount sufficient to form a substantially continuous first phase with a predominant amount of the first polymer and a substantially discontinuous second phase with a predominant amount the second polymer. At least 70% of the second phase includes droplets with an aspect ratio, when viewed in the plane of the surface of the substrate, of less than about 3.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTA novel method of making a crystal block array (configured for coupling with photodetectors as part of an integrated detector module useful in advanced PET scanner systems) is disclosed herein. The novel method comprises a series of cutting, polishing, and assembling steps that utilize reflective sheet material. The crystal block arrays disclosed herein may be of various dimensions and geometries and are amenable to mass production.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTA CIPP liner for repairing a sewer pipe comprises a cover fabric (1) and a base fabric (2) to be attached to each other using needle punch technology, as well as a stretchable plastic membrane (4) attached to the base fabric (2) with a flexible glue (3), into which flexible glue (3) also the with each other mixed fibres (5) of the cover fabric (1) and the base fabric (2) are glued. From this material, a CIPP liner corresponding to the dimensions of the sewer pipe is cut and sewn, the sewing seam of which is further taped.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTThe invention relates to a flexible film comprising a polymer substrate, a first transparent conductive oxide layer on the substrate, a gold-containing layer on the dielectric layer and an overlayer consisting of a dielectric layer or a second transparent conductive oxide layer on the gold-containing layer, wherein said first transparent conductive oxide layer is based on aluminum-doped zinc oxide.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTA solar heat-reflective roofing product includes a base sheet, and solar heat-reflective roofing granules on top of the base sheet. The granules have a base particle with a flake-like geometry covered by a uniform coating layer. The coating layer has a thickness of at least one mil and includes a coating binder and at least one solar heat-reflective pigment. The solar heat-reflective pigment provides a solar heat reflectance of greater than 70 percent to the granules and the roofing product. Roofing products including roofing shingles and roofing membranes are described.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTA block suitable for use in paving, edging or wall applications comprises a lower portion having parallel, substantially vertical side faces that are spaced apart by a first width, and an upper portion having parallel, substantially vertical side faces that are spaced apart by a second width. The second width is smaller than the first width of the lower portion, and the side faces of the upper portion are angled relative to the side faces of the lower portion. The block further comprises a transition portion between the upper and lower portions, having at least one slanted side extending between one or more sides of the lower portion and one or more sides, respectively, of the upper portion.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTA method of manufacturing artificial turf includes the steps of: creating a polymer mixture including at least one polymer and a nucleating agent for crystallizing the at least one polymer, extruding the polymer mixture into a monofilament; quenching the monofilament; reheating the monofilament; stretching the reheated monofilament to form the monofilament into an artificial turf fiber, wherein during the stretching the nucleating agent boosts the creation of crystalline portions of the polymer within the monofilament; incorporating the artificial turf fiber into an artificial turf backing, thereby mechanically fixing the monofilaments of the arranged artificial turf fibers in the artificial turf backing.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTA knit shade cloth. The shade cloth includes about 10% to about 40% by weight of un-textured yarns comprising at least one of olefin or polyester for strength. The shade cloth includes about 60% to about 90% by weight of at least one synthetic textured yarn for improved hand. The knit shade cloth provides at least about 150 lbs. of initial mean break strength in both a warp direction and weft direction to provide sufficient performance as a shade sail.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTDisclosed is a flexible composite prepreg material. The prepreg material includes a fiber bundle of fiber tows having a predetermined cross-sectional shape, wherein exterior surface fibers of said fiber bundle have a thin, irregular sheath of matrix resin on and around said exterior surface fibers of said fiber bundle, wherein substantial number interior fibers filaments remain uncoated by the matrix resin, with discreet areas of through the thickness resin bridges made of the matrix resin.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTMethod for producing silicon-ingots (1) including the following steps: providing a silicon melt (3), growing a block (2) of silicon from the silicon melt (3), the block (2) having a predetermined crystal orientation, cutting the block (2) along at least one cutting plane (16, 17, 18) into a number of silicon-ingots (1).
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTA method of synthesizing a metal foam of at least one metal M having a porous micrometric structure, the method including a step of contact glow discharge electrolysis in an electrolytic plasma reduction conducted in an electrolytic solution in which are immersed an anode and a cathode connected to a continuous electrical power supply, the electrolytic solution including at least one first electrolyte in a solvent, the first electrolyte being the at least one metal M in cationic form, the electrolytic solution further including a gelatine, as well as a metal foam obtained by this method, and a device comprising such a foam.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTThere is provided a transparent conductive film achieving low resistance characteristics of a transparent conductive layer. The present invention provides a transparent conductive film including: a polymer film substrate; and a transparent conductive layer formed on at least one surface of the polymer film substrate, wherein the transparent conductive film includes an inorganic undercoat layer formed by means of a vacuum film-forming method between the polymer film substrate and the transparent conductive layer, and an existing atomic amount of carbon atoms in the transparent conductive layer is 3×1020 atoms/cm3 or less.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 EST[Problem] To produce a hot-dip Zn—Al—Mg alloy coated steel sheet that is excellent in coating adhesion, by using, as a base sheet for coating, a steel sheet that is imparted with resistance to liquid metal embrittlement cracking by adding B. [Solution] A hot-dip zinc alloy coated steel sheet excellent in coating adhesion containing at least one of a Si simple oxide, a Mn simple oxide, a Cr simple oxide, a Si—Mn composite oxide, a Si—Cr composite oxide, a Mn—Cr composite oxide, and a Si—Mn—Cr composite oxide in a portion within 10 μm from an interface between a steel sheet as a base sheet for coating, and a hot-dip galvanized layer formed on a surface thereof.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTThe present invention relates to: a high-strength steel sheet used for construction materials and transportation means such as vehicles and trains and, more specifically, to a high-strength cold rolled steel sheet having excellent ductility, a hot-dip galvanized steel sheet, and a method for manufacturing the same.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTAn adhesive composition that is capable of functioning alone as an adhesive component without using a curable resin, and adhering to integrate an inorganic material and an organic material, and a composite material using the same. The adhesive composition contains an adduct containing an acidic phosphate ester comprising one or more kinds of compounds represented by General Formulae (1) and (2), and a metal. The composite material includes one material, the other material, and an adhesive composition disposed between the materials to adhere to the materials, the one material and the other material being integrated by the adhesive composition. P(═O)(—OR1)(—OH)2 . . . (1), and P(═O)(—OR1)2(—OH) . . . (2), where R1 represents an aliphatic hydrocarbon group having 4 to 30 carbon atoms, and has one or more branched chain structures, or one or more carbon-carbon double bond structures.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTMulti-layer cover tape constructions include a polymeric substrate with a low adhesion backsize coating layer on one surface and an adhesive layer on the other surface, with a conductive film construction adhered to a portion of the adhesive layer such that portions of the adhesive remain exposed. The conductive film construction includes a polymeric substrate with an exposed layer of abrasion-resistant, electrically conductive nano-scale graphite coated by buff coating. Other multi-layer cover tape constructions include a polymeric substrate with a low adhesion backsize coating layer on one surface, and an exposed layer of abrasion-resistant, electrically conductive nano-scale graphite particles coated on the other surface. Stripes of adhesive are present on a portion of the electrically conductive coating such that portions of the electrically conductive coating remain exposed between the adhesive stripes. Carrier tapes include a plurality of indented segments for accommodating electronic components and are releasably sealed by a cover tape.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTProvided are a pressure-sensitive adhesive composition, an encapsulation film including the same, an organic electronic device including the same, and a method of manufacturing the organic electronic device. Therefore, provided is the pressure-sensitive adhesive composition, which can form a structure capable of effectively blocking moisture or water entering the organic electronic device from the outside, and have excellent processability in a process of manufacturing a panel and excellent heat retention under a high-temperature and high-humidity condition.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTThe invention is a paper based card with an assembly of adhesive sheet, barrier strip and wax paper that is utilized to minimize transfer of particles between individuals and object surfaces. A disposable strip in the assembly, upon wear, adheres to the skin and serves as a barrier to minimize transfer of particles. This low cost invention is stackable, easy to carry, suited for routine use and facilitates easy wear of the barrier strip by placing selective regions of the palm on the cards. The invention complements other common methods such as hand washing and hand sanitizing which are routinely used to maintain hygiene and differentiates itself from other related inventions. The strips after wear promote hygiene and minimize direct contact with particles, thus addressing some of the limitations of the existing methods.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTThe present invention relates to a process for producing high-gloss surfaces on at least one portion of a substrate area, where the steps comprise (a) applying a layer made of a melt to at least one portion of the substrate area; (b) polishing of the applied layer of melt; (c) applying at least one lacquer layer to the polished layer of melt by means of a curtain-coating process; and (d) hardening the layer structure applied. The invention further relates to articles obtainable by this type of process.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTMetal food or beverage containers are coated with a polyether polymer containing at least two ether linkages in the polymer backbone. The polymer is substantially free of segments derived from bisphenol A and epoxides thereof, and is a reaction product of, or can be derived from, (i) an aryl- or heteroaryl-group-containing diepoxide that is not derived from a polyhydric phenol or a glycidyl ester and (ii) a polymer backbone extender that has two functional groups reactive with an epoxy group and which following reaction with the diepoxide provides at least one pendant aryl or heteroaryl group on the polymer backbone, or provides at least one divalent aryl or heteroaryl group in the polymer backbone and linked to the backbone via ether linkages.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTThe invention pertains to a method for providing a metallic or concrete surface of a chemical installation with a coating, which comprises the steps of—providing a coating composition comprising epoxy-functional resin, and amine curing agent for the epoxy-functional resin, wherein the coating composition comprises an organic silicon-containing compound selected from the group of organosilanes and organosiloxanes, with the molar ratio between the silicon atoms of the organic silicon-containing compound and the epoxy-groups in the coating composition being in the range of 0.20-0.75:1.00, —applying the coating composition to a metallic or concrete surface of a chemical installation to form a coating layer, and—allowing the coating layer to cure at a temperature in the range of 0 to 50° C. The invention also pertains to a chemical installation comprising a metallic or concrete surface provided with a lining of a cured coating composition and to a coating composition suitable for providing a metallic or concrete surface of a chemical installation with a coating. It has been found that the coating composition of the present invention shows a wide application spectrum and a high chemical resistance.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTThe present disclosure provides a white ink comprising an aqueous ink vehicle, a white colorant, and latex particles. The colorant can consist essentially of metal oxide particles present at from 2 wt % to 50 wt %, can have an average particle size from 100 nm to 1000 nm, and can have a high refractive index from 1.8 to 2.8. The latex can be present in the ink at from 2 wt % to 20 wt %, can have a glass transition temperature from 0° C. to 130° C., and can have a low refractive index from 1.3 to 1.6. The metal oxide particles and latex particles can be present in the white ink at weight ratio is from 6:1 to 1:3.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTArticle comprising a substrate having a first major surface, wherein the major surface has an emissivity not greater than 0.2 and an exposed hardcoat on the first major surface, the hardcoat comprising binder, wherein the hardcoat has a thickness less than 200 nanometers and has a scratch rating of not greater than 1 as determined by the Linear Abrasion Test in the Examples. Articles described herein are useful, for example, for sun control window films having insulative properties. Such films are applied on the interior or exterior surfaces of automotive windows or building fenestrations
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTDisclosed are coating compositions, methods for preparing the coatings and coatings made therefrom. The coatings have durable functional and damage healing properties. In some embodiments, compositions include a liquid media, surface modified diatomaceous earth (SMDE) particles chemically modified to impart a desired fluid wettability suspended in the liquid media, and microcapsules suspended in the liquid media. The SMDE particles are chemically modified through the use of various silanes imparting hydrophobicity, hydrophilicity, oleophobicity, or oleophilicity. In certain embodiments, the SMDE particles and the microcapsules are in different coating layers. In certain embodiments, compositions are in the form of powder coatings including mixtures of powder epoxy particles, SMDE particles chemically modified to impart a desired fluid wettability, and microcapsules. Disclosed further are methods for coating articles with the coatings and the coated articles.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTA coated article comprises a substrate and a self-healing coating disposed on a surface of the substrate, the self-healing coating comprising a metallic matrix; and a plurality of micro- or nano-sized particles dispersed in the metallic matrix; the micro- or nano-sized particles comprising an active agent disposed in a carrier comprising a micro- or nano-sized metallic container, a layered structure, a porous structure, or a combination comprising at least one of the foregoing.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTThe present invention relates to stabilising compositions, particularly stabilising compositions which can be used to stabilise insulation or semi-conductive compositions, such as are used for electrically insulating wires and cables. The stabilising composition comprises: a first stabilising component comprising at least one fully hindered phenolic antioxidant; a second stabilising component comprising at least one partially hindered phenolic antioxidant; and a third stabilising component comprising at least one sulphur-containing antioxidant.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTThe present application includes a foam product having a foam member with one or more cavities below a surface of the foam member. A dry fill material is located within the one or more cavities to the level of the surface of the foam member. A coating material is applied to the combined foam member and dry fill material. The coating material is permitted to pass around the dry fill material and fill the one or more cavities. The coating material infusing to the foam member within throughout the one or more cavities.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTThe present invention relates to coated shaped articles comprising at least one shaped article comprising foamed beads comprising at least one polyurethane (A) and at least one coating comprising at least one polyurethane (B), wherein polyurethane (A) and polyurethane (B) are each constructed from at least one polyol and at least one polyisocyanate and wherein not less than 50 wt % of the polyol component used for constructing polyurethane (A) and polyurethane (B) is identical and not less than 50 wt % of the at least one polyisocyanate component used for constructing polyurethane (A) and polyurethane (B) is identical. The present invention further relates to processes for producing the coated shaped articles of the present invention and also to the method of using the coated shaped articles of the present invention for various applications.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTA polyphenylene ether derivative having at least one N-substituted maleimide group represented by the following general formula (I) in a molecule, and a heat curable resin composition, a prepreg, a metal-clad laminate, and a multilayer printed wiring board, each of which uses the polyphenylene ether derivative: wherein R1 each independently represents a hydrogen atom, an aliphatic hydrocarbon group having 1 to 5 carbon atoms, or a halogen atom, R2 each independently represents a hydrogen atom, an aliphatic hydrocarbon group having 1 to 5 carbon atoms, or a halogen atom, A1 represents a residual group represented by a specific general formula, m is an integer of 1 or more as the number of the structural unit, and x and y each is an integer of 1 to 4.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTThermoset ceramic compositions and a method of preparation of such compositions. The compositions are advanced organic/inorganic hybrid composite polymer ceramic alloys. The material combine strength, hardness and high temperature performance of technical ceramics with the strength, ductility, thermal shock resistance, density, and easy processing of the polymer. Consisting of a branched backbone of silicon, alumina, and carbon, the material undergoes sintering at 7 to 300 centigrade for 2 to 94 hours from water at a pH between 0 to 14, humidity of 0 to 100%, with or without vaporous solvents.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTA composite sintered body includes a diamond phase and a non-diamond carbon phase. A non-diamond carbon phase occupancy rate is higher than 0% and not higher than 30%. The non-diamond carbon phase occupancy rate is a percentage of an area of the non-diamond carbon phase to a total area of one arbitrarily specified cross section of the composite sintered body. As a result, there is provided a high wear-resistant, high local wear-resistant and high chipping-resistant diamond-containing composite sintered body suitably used as a material for a wear-resistant tool, a cutting tool and the like.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTA method for welding together glass workpieces where one of the workpieces has metal nanoparticles positioned at or near the surface to be welded. The method comprises positioning the workpieces in operative contact at an interface where a weld is to be formed, applying a laser beam to be incident upon the interface wherein energy from the laser beam is absorbed by the nanoparticle bearing workpiece and the energy from the laser beam is transferred to the glass surrounding the metal nanoparticles to heat the glass and to weld the workpieces together.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTBorosilicate glasses are disclosed having (in weight %) 66-76% SiO2, 0-8% Al2O3, 10-18% B2O3, 0-4% Li2O, 0-12% Na2O, 0-12% K2O, 1-1.5% Ag, 1.5-2.5% Cl− and 0.01-0.06% of a summed amount of CuO and NiO, wherein the glass composition is bleachable upon exposure to ultraviolet irradiation from a stable state color or shade to a lighter color or shade. Such reverse photochromic borosilicate glass compositions may be thermally darkenable. The borosilicate glasses may be strengthened via ion-exchange strengthening treatment. The borosilicate glasses may retain their reverse photochromic and thermally darkenable properties even after ion-exchange strengthening treatment.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTDisclosed are methods for decapping single wall carbon nanotubes and purifying the decapped single wall carbon nanotubes. The disclosed methods include the steps of oxidizing the single wall carbon nanotubes to remove the terminal end cap and subsequently acid washing the single wall carbon nanotubes to remove the catalyst particles. The resulting carbon nanotubes have improved BET surface area and pore volume.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTThe present invention relates to a protective wrapping medium, for particular application to large rolls of metal sheeting by automatic wrapping machines, for example as used within the steel and aluminium sectors, that is designed to provide both protection against physical damage which may occur during transport and/or storage, in addition to protection against chemical corrosion, while permitting printed branding to be incorporated into the wrapping medium if desired, the wrapping medium having a substrate with opposed first and second surfaces, with a first layer of cohesive material (22) applied as a substantially longitudinally extending band on the first surface adjacent a first edge of the substrate, and a second layer of cohesive material (24) applied as a substantially longitudinally extending band on the second surface adjacent a second edge of the substrate.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTEmbodiments of the present invention relate to a tufted carpet. The carpet may include a pile layer configured to be coupled to the cabin via one or more other layers, the pile layer having a bulked continuous filament (BCF) yarn. The BCF yarn may include at least a polypropylene (PP) yarn material with a tenacity between about 2.6 cN/dtex and about 3.2 cN/dtex at an elongation of about 50% to about 70%.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTA plurality of plastic sheets to be fed into a high speed printer for forming printed labels and similar articles and a stack of printed labels formed form the sheets. Each of the sheets or labels includes a core layer and opposed, upper and lower outer skin layers. The upper outer skin layer includes a polyolefin polymer as the predominant component, by weight, thereof and is capable of receiving printed indicia thereon. The core layer includes a polyolefin polymer as the predominant component, by weight, of the core layer; preferably a high crystallinity polypropylene homopolymer. The lower outer skin layer includes a polyolefin polymer as the predominant component by weight therein; the improvement wherein the lower outer skin layer includes a blend of organic and inorganic antiblocking agents or a blend of inorganic antiblocking agents; the blend including less than 10%, by weight, of the lower outer skin layer.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTThe present disclosure is drawn to hybrid media sheets, ink-receiving layer compositions for coating on a media substrate, and a method of making hybrid media sheets. The hybrid media sheet scan have a media substrate with a front barrier layer, a back barrier layer, an adhesion promoting layer applied to the front barrier layer, and an ink-receiving layer applied to the adhesion promoting layer. The ink-receiving layer can include a water-soluble polymer, a mordant, and particles of a metal- or semimetal-oxide.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTA carrier sheet for providing support to a photocurable printing blank as the photocurable printing blank is conveyed through a plurality of laminating rollers that laminate an oxygen barrier layer to a top surface of the photocurable printing blank. The carrier sheet includes a heat resistant dimensionally-stable backing layer; and a resilient layer mounted on the heat resistant dimensionally-stable backing layer.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTThe present invention disclose an aramid honeycomb fiber paper and a preparation method thereof. The aramid fibre honeycomb fiber paper comprises a top layer aramid paper, a base layer aramid paper, and a bottom layer aramid paper composited sequentially, wherein the thickness sum of the top layer aramid paper and the bottom layer aramid paper is less than the thickness of the base layer aramid paper; a plurality of first protrusions and second protrusions arranged at intervals are arranged on a reverse side of the top layer aramid paper; The present invention has good flame retardancy, high tearing strength, and high bond strength, is not easy to layer and fracture, and has high porosity factor, good air permeability, and light weight.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTCo-cured urethane and vinyl ester, epoxy, or unsaturated polyester gel coats having improved toughness and flexibility compared with conventional polyester gel coats are disclosed. The gel coats, which have 10-50 wt. % urethane content, adhere well to structural layers and can be used in a traditional in-mold process. Co-cured elastomeric coatings comprising from 50 to 95 wt. % of a urethane component and an unsaturated polyester, epoxy, or vinyl ester are also disclosed. Unlike conventional urethane coatings, the elastomeric coatings adhere well to structural layers and can be used in a traditional in-mold process. Castings or structural layers comprising a reinforced thermoset of co-cured urethane and vinyl ester, epoxy, or unsaturated polyester components, including 10-95 wt. % of the urethane component, are also described. The invention includes in-mold processes for making laminates that utilize the gel coats, elastomeric coatings, and/or structural layers. The in-mold process gives flexible, durable, urethane-containing laminates having good interlayer adhesion.
Thu, 23 Feb 2017 08:00:00 ESTA process for forming a film for dynamically vulcanized alloy comprising at least one elastomer dispersed within a thermoplastic resin domain wherein the film is characterized by low shrinkage rates after completion of the formation of the extruded film. The film has a shrinkage rate, measured at not earlier than 96 hours after formation of the film, of less than 1.5% relative to the film width as measured just after film formation. During formation of the film, the extruded film is subjected to a cooling rate of less than 97° C. per second and the frost line of the extruded film is greater than 135 mm.