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Charles M Zvosec

from Amherst, OH

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  • 802 Woodbridge Ct, Amherst, OH 44001 (440) 984-2680
  • 46735 Middle Ridge Rd, Amherst, OH 44001
  • 43735 Middle Ridge Rd, Lorain, OH 44053 (440) 233-8292
  • 923 Middle Ridge Rd, Lorain, OH 44053 (440) 233-8292
  • 932 Middle Ridge Rd, Lorain, OH 44053 (440) 233-8292
  • 52736 Garfield Rd, Wakeman, OH 44889
  • 1930 Fowl Rd, Elyria, OH 44035 (440) 323-9177
  • 802 Woodbridge Ct, Amherst, OH 44001 (440) 781-8152

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Position: Administration/Managerial

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Degree: Associate degree or higher

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Charles Zvosec

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Address:
802 Woodbridge Ct, Amherst, OH 44001
VIN:
1ZVFT82H075225340
Make:
FORD
Model:
MUSTANG
Year:
2007

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Ceramic Welding Process

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US Patent:
52426394, Sep 7, 1993
Filed:
Jun 11, 1992
Appl. No.:
7/896908
Inventors:
Leon P. Mottet - Medina OH
Charles M. Zvosec - Lorain OH
Stephen D. Cherico - North Royalton OH
Alexandre Zivkovic - Uccle,
Guy van Marcke de Lummen - Ottignies,
Jean Moreau - Charleroi,
Pierre Robyn - Nivelles,
Assignee:
Glaverbel - Brussels
International Classification:
B28B 132
B32B 3500
C04B 3502
F27D 116
US Classification:
264 80
Abstract:
In ceramic welding processes, oxidising gas and a mixture of refractory and fuel powders are projected against a surface and the fuel is burnt to generate sufficient heat that the refractory powder becomes at least partially melted or softened and a cohesive refractory mass is progressively built up against that surface. In order to reduce any tendency for the weld mass to include a low-grade refractory phase and thus promote the refractoriness of that weld mass, the fuel powder is present in a proportion of not more than 15% by weight of the total mixture and includes at least two metals selected from aluminium, magnesium, chromium and zirconium, and in that at least the major part by weight of the refractory powder consists of one or more of magnesia, alumina and chromic oxide, and in that the molar proportions of silica and calcium oxide present in the refractory powder (if any) satisfy the following expression: molar concentration of SiO. sub. 2 in %. ltoreq. 2+molar concentration of CaO in %.

Apparatus For Ceramic Repair

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US Patent:
52020908, Apr 13, 1993
Filed:
Nov 27, 1991
Appl. No.:
7/798884
Inventors:
Charles M. Zvosec - Lorain OH
Leon P. Mottet - Nalinnes,
Assignee:
Glaverbel - Brussels
Fosbel, Inc. - Cleveland OH
International Classification:
C21B 704
US Classification:
266281
Abstract:
Apparatus for repairing a refractory body, such as a furnace wall by projecting combustible particles in an oxygen-rich carrier gas against such body to cause oxidation of combustible particles in a reaction zone adjacent such body and thereby the generation of heat required for dressing such body or forming a refractory weld mass thereon, wherein the combustible particles are introduced into a first gas and oxygen-rich gas is forced through an entrainment zone 6 in which it produces an aspirating effect whereby a flow of combustible particles and first gas is induced into the entrainment zone 6 and the induced flow of combustible particles and first gas is carried along a conduit 9 and a lance 21 with the oxygen-rich gas to the reaction zone.

Ceramic Repair

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US Patent:
51005948, Mar 31, 1992
Filed:
Apr 28, 1989
Appl. No.:
7/343650
Inventors:
Charles M. Zvosec - Lorain OH
Leon P. Mottet - Nalinnes,
Assignee:
Glaverbel - Brussels
Fosbel, Inc. - Cleveland OH
International Classification:
B05D 108
B32B 3500
F27D 116
US Classification:
264 36
Abstract:
A process of repairing a refractory body, including the steps of a. introducing combustible particles into a first gas stream containing no more than 18% oxygen by volume; b. causing an oxygen-rich gas stream to flow through a particle entrainment zone into a reaction zone adjacent a refractory body to be repaired so as to produce an aspirating effect within the particle entrainment zone effective to induce a flow of the first gas stream containing the combustible particles into the particle entrainment zone and through to the reaction zone; and c. projecting the combustible particles entrained in the oxygen-rich gas stream against the refractory body to cause oxidation of the combustible particles in the reaction zone adjacent the refractory body and generate sufficient heat for one of dressing the refractory body or forming a refractory weld mass thereon.

Ceramic Welding Powder Mixture

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US Patent:
54016983, Mar 28, 1995
Filed:
Jun 8, 1993
Appl. No.:
8/073056
Inventors:
Leon P. Mottet - Medina OH
Charles M. Zvosec - Lorain OH
Stephen D. Cherico - North Royalton OH
Alexandre Zivkovic - Uccle,
Guy van Marcke de Lummen - Ottignies,
Jean Moreau - Charleroi,
Pierre Robyn - Nivelles,
Assignee:
Glaverbel - Brussels
Fosbel International Ltd. - Birmingham
International Classification:
C04B 3552
US Classification:
501105
Abstract:
In ceramic welding processes, oxidizing gas and a mixture of refractory and fuel powders are projected against a surface and the fuel is burnt to generate sufficient heat that the refractory powder becomes at least partially melted or softened and a cohesive refractory weld mass is progressively built up against that surface. In order to reduce any tendency for the weld mass to include a low-grade refractory phase and thus promote the refractoriness of that weld mass, the fuel powder is present in a proportion of not more than 15% by weight of the total mixture and includes at least two metals selected from aluminum, magnesium, chromium and zirconium, in that at least the major part by weight of the refractory powder consists of one or more of magnesia, alumina and chromic oxide, and in that the molar proportions of silica and calcium oxide present in the refractory powder (if any) satisfy the following expression: molar concentration of SiO. sub. 2 in %. ltoreq. 2+molar concentration of CaO in %.
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