Harvey L Stein, Age 722107 Sand Mist Cir, League City, TX 77573

Harvey Stein Phones & Addresses

2107 Sand Mist Cir, League City, TX 77573 (281) 334-6881 (281) 334-0796

Seabrook, TX

Webster, TX

2107 Sand Mist Cir, League City, TX 77573 (956) 446-9988

Work

Position: Precision Production Occupations

Education

Degree: Associate degree or higher

Mentions for Harvey L Stein

Professional Records

Medicine Doctors

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Harvey S Stein

Specialties:
Pediatrics
Education:
University of Michigan Medical School (1954)

Resumes

Resumes

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Uhmw-Pe Commercial And Technical Expert And Medical Devices Professional

Position:
UHMWPE Technical Expert at Consultant (Self-employed)
Location:
Houston, Texas Area
Industry:
Plastics
Work:
Consultant since Mar 2009
UHMWPE Technical Expert
Celanese, Ticona division Sep 1985 - Feb 2009
Technical Manager / UHMWPE Product Specialist
Ticona 1985 - 2009
Technical Manager
Celanese Corp 1978 - 2009
Technical Manager
Education:
University of Houston 1968 - 1971
MBA, Business Administration
Drexel University 1963 - 1968
BS, Chemical Engineering
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Harvey Stein

Location:
United States
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Harvey Stein

Business Records

Name / TitleCompany / ClassificationPhones & Addresses
Harvey Stein ADMIRAL MASTERCARE CENTRE
Appliances - Major - Rent & Lease
540 Clarke Sideroad, London, ON N5V 2C7
(519) 452-1115
Mr. Harvey Stein
Pharmacy Manager
The Canadian Pharmacy
4741677 Manitoba Ltd.
Pharmacies
103 - 1780 Wellington Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R3H 1B3
(866) 335-8064. (866) 795-5627

Publications

Us Patents

Composition And Process For Making Porous Articles From Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene

US Patent:
4880843, Nov 14, 1989
Filed:
Mar 28, 1988
Appl. No.:
7/173988
Inventors:
Harvey L. Stein - Seabrook TX
Assignee:
Hoechst Celanese Corporation - Somerville NJ
International Classification:
C08K 501
C08L 2306
US Classification:
521 98
Abstract:
Porous shaped articles made from a molded composite of ultra high molecular weight polyethylene and polyethylene wax are disclosed. These articles are produced by free-sintering a non intensively mixed blend of UHMW-PE particles and particles of a polyethylene wax. The process involves mixing the UHMW-PE and wax both in powdered form until a heterogeneous mixture is formed, but under conditions which do not lead to any substantial fracturing of the UHMW-PE particles or melting of either component. The heterogeneous mix is then transferred to a press mold to form a shape and pressure is applied sufficient only to maintain the enclosed volume of the shape. The mold is heated to a temperature above the melting point of the UHMW-PE for a period of time to allow the particles to soften, expand, and contact one another at their surfaces. The mixture is then quickly cooled. Porous articles so produced may exhibit stiffness values in excess of about 2000 psi while at the same time showing excellent porosity values of less than about 25 inches water pressure drop.

Composition And Process For Making Porous Articles From Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene

US Patent:
4925880, May 15, 1990
Filed:
Aug 3, 1989
Appl. No.:
7/389291
Inventors:
Harvey L. Stein - Seabrook TX
Assignee:
Hoechst Celanese Corporation - Somerville NJ
International Classification:
C08K 501
C08L 2306
US Classification:
521 98
Abstract:
Porous shaped articles made from a molded composite of ultra high molecular weight polyethylene and polyethylene wax are disclosed. These articles are produced by free-sintering a non intensively mixed blend of UHMW-PE particles and particles of a polyethylene wax. The process involves mixing the UHMW-PE and wax both in powdered form until a heterogeneous mixture is formed, but under conditions which do not lead to any substantial fracturing of the UHMW-PE particles or melting of either component. The heterogeneous mix is then transferred to a press mold to form a shape and pressure is applied sufficient only to maintain the enclosed volume of the shape. The mold is heated to a temperature above the melting point of the UHMW-PE for a period of time to allow the particles to soften, expand, and contact one another at their surfaces. The mixture is then quickly cooled. Porous articles so produced may exhibit stiffness values in excess of about 2000 psi while at the same time showing excellent porosity values of less than about 25 inches water pressure drop.

Isbn (Books And Publications)

Parallels: A Look At Twins

Author:
Harvey Stein
ISBN #:
0525041575

Coney Island

Author:
Harvey Stein
ISBN #:
0393046583

Parallels: A Look At Twins

Author:
Harvey Stein
ISBN #:
0525174729

Coney Island

Author:
Harvey Stein
ISBN #:
0393317870

Artists Observed

Author:
Harvey Stein
ISBN #:
0810923254

Coney Island

Author:
Harvey Stein
ISBN #:
0756764955

Characterization And Properties Of Ultra-High Molecular Weight Polyethylene

Author:
Harvey L. Stein
ISBN #:
0803124821

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