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Donald J Algrim

from Howell, MI
Age ~69

Donald Algrim Phones & Addresses

  • 3567 Jewell Rd, Howell, MI 48843 (517) 540-0138
  • Palatine, IL
  • Columbus, OH
  • Reynoldsburg, OH

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Polyester Coil Coating

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US Patent:
6897265, May 24, 2005
Filed:
Oct 29, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/282843
Inventors:
Donald J. Algrim - Howell MI, US
Daniel Calimente - Sterling Heights MI, US
Andrew Dell - Highland MI, US
David E. Lindow - Farmington Hills MI, US
Assignee:
BASF Corporation - Southfield MI
International Classification:
C08G063/12
C08G063/02
C08L067/02
US Classification:
525444, 525437, 525461, 525462, 525466, 525469
Abstract:
A coil coating composition producing a coil coating with excellent properties at a lower peak metal temperature includes (a) a first, branched polyester prepared by condensation of a polyol component consisting essentially of a flexibilizing diol, 2-methyl-1,3-propanediol, and a polyol having at least three hydroxyl groups and an acid component consisting essentially of isophthalic acid; (b) a second, essentially linear polyester prepared by condensation of a polyol component consisting essentially of a flexibilizing diol and 2-methyl-1,3-propanediol and an acid component consisting essentially of isophthalic acid; and (c) a crosslinking agent.

Polyester Coil Coating, Process Of Coating A Coil, And Coated Coil

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US Patent:
7071267, Jul 4, 2006
Filed:
Sep 3, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/654762
Inventors:
Donald J. Algrim - Howell MI, US
Daniel Calimente - Sterling Heights MI, US
Andrew Dell - Highland MI, US
David E. Lindow - Farmington Hills MI, US
Jinsong Lee - Auburn Hills MI, US
Ronald J. Lewarchik - Brighton MI, US
Assignee:
BASF Corporation - Southfield MI
International Classification:
C08L 67/02
C08L 67/00
US Classification:
525444, 525437
Abstract:
A coil coating composition producing a coil coating with excellent properties at a lower peak metal temperature includes (a) a first, branched polyester with an hydroxyl number of at least about 80 mg KOH/g, (b) a second, essentially linear polyester with an hydroxyl number of at least about 44 mg KOH/g, and (c) a crosslinking agent. The branched polyester is prepared by condensation of a polyol component consisting essentially of a flexibilizing diol, a branched diol, and, optionally, a polyol having at least three hydroxyl groups and a polyacid component consisting essentially of one or more aromatic or cycloaliphatic dicarboxylic acids and polymerizable anhydrides and esters thereof and, optionally, a polyacid having at least three carboxylic acid groups or poymerizable anhydrides or esters thereof, wherein at least one of the polyol having at least three hydroxyl groups and the polyacid having at least three carboxyl groups or an anhydride or methyl ester thereof is included. The essentially linear polyester is prepared by condensation of a polyol component consisting essentially of a flexibilizing diol and a branched diol and a polyacid component consisting essentially of one or more aromatic or cycloaliphatic dicarboxylic acids and polymerizable anhydrides and esters thereof. The branched diols of the first and second polyesters are independently selected from the group consisting of 2-methyl-1,3-propanediol, 2,2,4-trimethyl-1,3-pentanediol, 2-ethyl-2-butyl-1,3-propanediol, propylene glycol, neopentyl glycol, and combinations thereof.

Hyperdispersant For Use In Fluorocarbon Coating Compositions

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US Patent:
7838582, Nov 23, 2010
Filed:
Mar 12, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/684823
Inventors:
James L. Anderson - Howell MI, US
David Lindow - Farmington Hills MI, US
Donald J. Algrim - Howell MI, US
Assignee:
PPG Industries Ohio, Inc. - Cleveland OH
International Classification:
C08G 59/50
US Classification:
524243, 523414, 564348, 564414
Abstract:
A hyperdispersant for use in a fluorocarbon coating composition is disclosed. The fluorocarbon coating composition generally comprises a fluorocarbon resin, a binder resin, a cross-linking agent, and the hyperdispersant. The hyperdispersant comprises the reaction product of a polyglycidyl oligomer and at least one amino compound. The polyglycidyl oligomer comprises a carbon chain having from 1 to 25 carbon atoms with at least one of an internal ether linkage and an internal ester linkage and comprises a plurality of epoxy groups. The at least one amino compound has a cyclic, heterocyclic, alkyl, or heteroalkyl structure substituted with at least one primary or secondary amine group for reacting with and opening at least one of the epoxy groups.

Acrylic Resin For Use In Fluorocarbon Coating Compositions And Method Of Forming The Same

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US Patent:
7956144, Jun 7, 2011
Filed:
Feb 3, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/275916
Inventors:
David E. Lindow - Farmington Hills MI, US
James L. Anderson - Howell MI, US
Donald J. Algrim - Howell MI, US
Assignee:
PPG industries Ohio, Inc. - Cleveland OH
International Classification:
C08F 118/02
B05D 1/36
US Classification:
526319, 5263171, 428421
Abstract:
An acrylic resin and method of forming the acrylic resin for use in fluorocarbon coating compositions are disclosed. The fluorocarbon coating composition generally comprises a fluorocarbon resin, a cross-linking agent, and the acrylic resin. The acrylic resin comprises the reaction product of (1) at least one non-functional acrylic monomer, (2) at least one epoxy functional acrylic monomer having an epoxy group, and (3) at least one functional acrylic monomer different than (2). At least one amino compound having a cyclic, heterocyclic, alkyl, or heteroalkyl structure substituted with a primary or secondary amine group is reacted with the epoxy functional acrylic monomer (2) such that the primary or secondary amine opens the epoxy group to obtain the acrylic resin having amine functionality and hydroxyl functionality.

Coating Composition And A Reflective Coating System Including Same

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US Patent:
20090087674, Apr 2, 2009
Filed:
Sep 15, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/210667
Inventors:
Mark Slawikowski - Brighton MI, US
Donald J. Algrim - Howell MI, US
International Classification:
C08K 3/34
C08K 3/22
B32B 15/04
US Classification:
428472, 524449, 524413, 524431
Abstract:
A coating composition is substantially free from chromate and comprises a resin, a metal salt, and an interference pigment. The interference pigment includes mica which has a solar reflective coating disposed thereon. A reflective coating system comprises a cured film formed from the coating composition disposed on a substrate. The cured film has a transparency of at least 75%, as measured according to ASTM 1746. In addition, the cured film has a solar reflectivity of at least 55%, as measured according to ASTM E 1918 and ASTM E 903. The cured film has excellent corrosion resistance properties and adhesion to the substrate.

Glass Fiber Size And Impregnant Compositions

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US Patent:
47850396, Nov 15, 1988
Filed:
Jul 29, 1987
Appl. No.:
7/079071
Inventors:
Donald J. Algrim - Columbus OH
Donn R. Vermilion - Newark OH
Donald J. Hammond - Newark OH
Richard M. Haines - Warsaw OH
Assignee:
Owens-Corning Fiberglass Corporation - Toledo OH
International Classification:
C08K 554
US Classification:
524188
Abstract:
A coating composition substantially prevents fraying of glass fiber yarn packages. The composition is composed of an aqueous solution of a resin formed of the hydrolysis product of a copolymer of vinyl aromatic monomer and maleic anhydride, an organo silane glass fiber anchoring agent and an effective amount of a water-soluble pyrrolidone-containing polymer sufficient to form a protective film over the glass fiber.

Asphalt Adhesives

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US Patent:
48248800, Apr 25, 1989
Filed:
May 14, 1987
Appl. No.:
7/049372
Inventors:
Donald J. Algrim - Reynoldsburg OH
William E. Uffner - Newark OH
Glenn D. Lamb - Granville OH
Stephen J. Jones - Newark OH
Assignee:
Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corporation - Toledo OH
International Classification:
C08L 5102
C08L 9500
US Classification:
524 62
Abstract:
An adhesive is provided for adhering roofing shingles wherein the adhesive is a blend of asphalt, an elastomer, a tackifying resin and a petroleum oil.

Glass Fiber Size And Impregnant Compositions

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US Patent:
46364374, Jan 13, 1987
Filed:
Nov 5, 1984
Appl. No.:
6/668112
Inventors:
Donald J. Algrim - Columbus OH
Donn R. Vermilion - Newark OH
Donald J. Hammond - Newark OH
Richard M. Haines - Warsaw OH
Assignee:
Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corporation - Toledo OH
International Classification:
B32B 900
US Classification:
428391
Abstract:
A coating composition substantially prevents fraying of glass fiber yarn packages. The composition is composed of an aqueous solution of a resin formed of the hydrolysis product of a copolymer of vinyl aromatic monomer and maleic anhydride, an organo silane glass fiber anchoring agent and an effective amount of a water-soluble pyrrolidone-containing polymer sufficient to form a protective film over the glass fiber.
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