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Dean Putt (born 10 April 1989) is an Australian rules football player, recruited at pick 51 in the 2007 AFL Draft by the Richmond Football Club. ...

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Durable Porous Article Of Manufacture And A Process To Create Same

US Patent:
6443258, Sep 3, 2002
Filed:
Sep 15, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/662985
Inventors:
Dean L. Putt - Lititz PA
Marsha Stalker Bischel - Lancaster PA
Anthony L. Wiker - Lancaster PA
Andrea M. Moser - Millersville PA
Assignee:
AWI Licensing Company - Wilmington DE
International Classification:
E04B 184
US Classification:
181294, 181286, 428703
Abstract:
An acoustically absorbent porous panel formed from a cured aqueous foamed cementitious material comprising on a wet basis of about 53% to about 68% by weight cement, about 17% to about 48% by weight water, about 0. 05% to about 5% by weight fiber, and about 0. 01% to about 10% by weight surfactant. The panel also has pores distributed within the cured material comprising about 75% to about 95% by volume of the material. The cement-based, foamed panel provides good acoustical performance with enhanced durability and moisture resistance.

Composite Structure With Foamed Cementitious Layer

US Patent:
6613424, Sep 2, 2003
Filed:
Sep 15, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/663288
Inventors:
Dean L. Putt - Lititz PA
Peter A. Christie - Lancaster PA
Andrea M. Moser - Millersville PA
Marsha Stalker Bischel - Lancaster PA
Anthony L. Wiker - Lancaster PA
Assignee:
AWI Licensing Company - Wilmington DE
International Classification:
B32B 326
US Classification:
4283124, 4283073, 4283105, 4283122, 4283179, 4283184, 4283191, 428703, 181284, 181285, 181286, 181287, 181290, 181293, 181294, 181295, 106122, 106713, 521 83, 521100
Abstract:
The present invention provides for an acoustically absorbent porous panel that is both rigid and resistant to sagging caused by moisture. The acoustically absorbent porous panel is comprised of at least two layers. The first layer is a facing layer formed from a cured aqueous foamed cementitious material. The foamed cementitious material comprises on a wet basis about 53% to about 68% by weight cement, about 17% to about 48% by weight water, about 0. 05% to about 5% by weight fiber, and about 0. 01% to about 10% by weight surfactant. Additionally, pores distributed within the cured material comprising about 75% to about 95% by volume of the material. The second layer is a backing layer that is affixed to the facing layer.

Method For Producing An Inorganic Foam Structure For Use As A Durable Acoustical Panel

US Patent:
6780356, Aug 24, 2004
Filed:
Sep 15, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/662929
Inventors:
Dean L. Putt - Lititz PA
Chester W. Hallett - North East MD
Andrea M. Moser - Millersville PA
Assignee:
AWI Licensing Company - Wilmington DE
International Classification:
B28B 150
US Classification:
264 42, 264 455, 264 456, 264 462, 264 48, 264162, 264284, 264293, 366 3, 366 4, 366 10
Abstract:
A process and apparatus for creating an acoustically absorbent porous panel comprises the steps of dispensing cement and fibers with a dry mixer to create a dry mix and aqueous mixing water, surfactant and air with an aqueous mixer to create a foam. The process and apparatus provides for combining and mixing the foam and dry mix in a combining mixer to form a foamed cementitious material comprising on a wet basis about 53% to about 68% by weight cement, about 17% to about 48% by weight water, about 0. 05% to about 5% by weight fibers, and about 0. 01% to about 10% by weight surfactant. The foamed cementitious material is then dried or cured in a drying chamber. The dried foamed cementitious material may then textured with an embossing roller. The cementitious material provides good acoustical performance with enhanced durability and moisture resistance.

Acoustical Panel Having A Honeycomb Structure And Method Of Making The Same

US Patent:
6983821, Jan 10, 2006
Filed:
Mar 7, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/384240
Inventors:
Dean L. Putt - Lititz PA,
James L. Work - Lancaster PA,
Assignee:
AWI Licensing Company - Wilmington DE
International Classification:
E04B 1/82
E04B 1/84
E04B 2/02
US Classification:
181290, 181294, 181288, 52144
Abstract:
An acoustically absorbent porous panel with a layer constructed from a substantially continuous open-celled porous material comprising a cured foamed cementitious material including a first face and a second face. The first face has a surface with a substantially planar profile and the second face has a substantially geometric pattern of depressions formed therein comprising approximately 50% to approximately 90% of the layer by volume.

Polymeric Sheet Having An Incompatible Ink Permanently Bonded Thereto

US Patent:
5162141, Nov 10, 1992
Filed:
Dec 17, 1990
Appl. No.:
7/628575
Inventors:
Raymond G. Davey - Lancaster PA
Charles H. Hines - Columbia PA
Kenneth K. Ko - West Grove PA
Walter J. Lewicki - Lancaster PA
Dean L. Putt - Lititz PA
Assignee:
Armstrong World Industries, Inc. - Lancaster PA
International Classification:
B32B 302
US Classification:
428 76
Abstract:
The adhesive system of the present invention is suitable for use in adhering an incompatible ink system to a polymeric film; particularly, adhering a lithographic ink or electrographic toner bonded to a floor covering. The polymeric sheet and incompatible ink have a primer layer interposed between them or the ink layer is encapsulated between the two primer layers. The primer may be solvent based or aqueous based and preferably includes a benzene derivative, ketone, acetate or nitroparaffin solvent or film former. The primer is compatible with the polymeric sheet and diffuses into the ink layer. The preferred solvent or film former includes methyl isobutyl ketone, methyl ethyl ketone, n-propyl acetate, isopropyl acetate, or N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone. The primer also includes a polyvinyl resin, acrylic resin, polyurethane resin or polyester resin, and optionally a pigment. To deter dot distortion of the ink, the primer should have a glass transition temperature (T. sub.

Phenolic Foams Having A Low Formaldehyde Evolution

US Patent:
5705537, Jan 6, 1998
Filed:
Feb 24, 1997
Appl. No.:
8/805325
Inventors:
John J. Hartman - Millersville PA
Ronald S. Lenox - Lancaster PA
Dean L. Putt - Lititz PA
Assignee:
Armstrong World Industries, Inc. - Lancaster PA
International Classification:
C08J 900
US Classification:
521 841
Abstract:
Phenolic foam which can be used as insulation is a foamed phenol-formaldehyde resole resin which contains a peptide, a proteinaceous material, cysteine, glutamic acid, glycine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, phenylalanine, serine, tryptophan, or mixtures thereof at an amount effective to reduce emission of free formaldehyde from the foamed resin.

Thermal Foam Insulation

US Patent:
5457136, Oct 10, 1995
Filed:
Aug 10, 1994
Appl. No.:
8/288616
Inventors:
G. Robert Hartranft - Lancaster PA
Ronald S. Lenox - Lancaster PA
Dean L. Putt - Lititz PA
Joseph F. Remar - Lancaster PA
Donald M. Snyder - Ypsilanti MI
Assignee:
Armstrong World Industries, Inc. - Lancaster PA
International Classification:
C08J 900
US Classification:
5211091
Abstract:
Thermal insulation is prepared using gelatin foam. Embodiments of gelatin foam insulation which are described include gelatin foam having an anti-wicking agent which is an aromatic compound having as ring substituents: an --NH. sub. 2 moiety and/or a hydroxyl moiety and also at least two sulfonate moieties. In another embodiment, the gelatin foam is combined with phyllosilicate mineral lamellae for void control and as a shrinkage deterrent. In yet another embodiment, crosslinked gelatin foam is described which has been crosslinked with a melamine/formaldehyde condensation product, a polyfunctional aziridine and/or an epichlorohydrin/polyamide condensation product.

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