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Mark K Nestegard

from Austin, TX
Age ~62

Mark Nestegard Phones & Addresses

  • 9752 Big View Dr, Austin, TX 78730
  • 660 Hidden Creek Trl, Saint Paul, MN 55118
  • Woodbury, MN
  • Travis, TX
  • Long Lake, MN
  • Maricopa, AZ
  • 1115 Elway St APT 106, Saint Paul, MN 55116

Publications

Us Patents

Adhesion Promoting End Treatment System And Method For Girth-Welds

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US Patent:
2007024, Oct 18, 2007
Filed:
Apr 9, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/697965
Inventors:
Mark K. Nestegard - Mendota Heights MN,
Mark T. Anderson - Woodbury MN,
Dawn V. Muyres - Austin TX,
Mario A. Perez - Burnsville MN,
International Classification:
F16L 9/14
US Classification:
138145, 138146
Abstract:
A pipe includes an outer surface with a polyolefin-based protective coating covering a substantial portion thereof In addition, an end wrap material is disposed on the protective coating proximate to an end of the pipe, where the end wrap material is bondable to a polymer-containing protective material, such as a heat shrink sleeve or cover. The end wrap material can bond a heat shrink cover or sleeve in place over a girth-weld, thus substantially reducing the likelihood of the disbandment or movement of the sleeve from the welded pipe ends over time.

Protective Girth-Weld Cover With Air Release

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US Patent:
2007024, Oct 18, 2007
Filed:
Apr 9, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/698000
Inventors:
Mark K. Nestegard - Mendota Heights MN,
Mark T. Anderson - Woodbury MN,
Dawn V. Muyres - Austin TX,
Mario A. Perez - Burnsville MN,
International Classification:
B32B 37/00
US Classification:
1563041, 156 84, 285417
Abstract:
A pipe system comprises first and second pipes having first and second ends welded together forming a girth-weld and a heat recoverable polymer material comprising a plurality of holes extending therethrough covering the girth-weld. The heat recoverable polymer material can include a surface having an adhesive coated thereon disposed on the girth-weld. Air trapped underneath the recoverable polymer material can be released through the plurality of holes during shrinking of the heat recoverable polymer material. Also, a portion of the adhesive can flow through the holes during a shrinking of the heat recoverable polymer material.

Protective Cover System And Method For Girth-Welds

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US Patent:
2007024, Oct 18, 2007
Filed:
Apr 9, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/697987
Inventors:
Mark K. Nestegard - Mendota Heights MN,
Mark T. Anderson - Woodbury MN,
Dawn V. Muyres - Austin TX,
Mario A. Perez - Burnsville MN,
International Classification:
F16L 47/00
US Classification:
2852942, 2852943, 2852941
Abstract:
A pipe system includes first and second pipes having first and second ends welded together forming a girth-weld and a corrosion coating covering the girth-weld. In addition, a flexible sheet is provided to cover the girth-weld. The flexible sheet comprises a first structured layer that mechanically couples to the corrosion coating, where the corrosion coating permeates a substantial portion of the first structured layer. The flexible sheet also includes a second layer comprising a polymer layer adhered to the first layer, the second layer protecting the corrosion coating from mechanical or environmental damage. Alternatively, the protective cover comprises a polymer material and includes a port formed therethrough adapted to receive a delivery mechanism that delivers a corrosion coating to the girth-weld.

Foam Earplug In Deformable Sheath

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US Patent:
2009027, Nov 12, 2009
Filed:
May 9, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/118153
Inventors:
Sharon R. Garber - Plymouth MN,
Michael E. Hamerly - Vadnais Heights MN,
Philip G. Martin - Forest Lake MN,
Lance E. Behymer - Woodbury MN,
Mark K. Nestegard - Mendota Heights MN,
Bernard A. Gonzalez - St. Paul MN,
Daniel D. Anderson - Minneapolis MN,
International Classification:
B23P 19/00
US Classification:
128864, 29592
Abstract:
An earplug system that includes a foam earplug and a deformable sheath that individually surrounds at least the body of the foam earplug in a noncompressed condition. The deformable sheath allows the earplug to be compressed with a person's fingers in the sleeve before being placed within the user's ear. In this manner, the earplug can be inserted into the ear canal without being soiled or otherwise contaminated from a wearer's unclean hands.

Retroreflective Articles In The Form Of Garments, Fibers And Filaments

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US Patent:
2011017, Jul 14, 2011
Filed:
Dec 3, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/808765
Inventors:
Kenton D. Budd - Woodbury MN,
Christopher K. Haas - St.Paul MN,
Matthew H. Frey - Cottage Grove MN,
Vivek Krishnan - St. Paul MN,
Mark K. Nestegard - Mendota Heights MN,
International Classification:
G02B 5/128
A41D 27/08
G02B 5/126
US Classification:
359518, 359538
Abstract:
Retroreflective articles are provided in the form of garments, fibers and filaments made with retroreflective elements that each include a solid spherical core () with an outer core surface, the outer core surface (). providing a first interface; a first complete concentric optical interference layer () having an inner surface overlying the outer core surface () and an outer surface (), the outer surface of the first complete concentric optical interference layer providing a second interface. In some embodiments, the retroreflective elements each include a second complete concentric optical interference layer having an inner surface overlying the outer surface of the first complete concentric optical interference layer and an outer surface, the outer surface of the second complete concentric optical interference layer providing a third interface. In other embodiments, the retroreflective elements each further include a third complete concentric optical interference layer having an inner surface overlying the outer surface of the second complete concentric optical interference layer and an outer surface, the outer surface of the third complete concentric optical interference layer providing a fourth interface. The garments include a surface having a plurality of the foregoing retroreflective elements disposed on the surface. The fibers include an elongate fibrous body having a plurality of the retroreflective elements adhered to the fibrous body. The retroreflective filaments each include a hollow, transparent, tubular member having a plurality of the retroreflective elements contained within the tubular member.

Light Redirecting Film Laminate

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US Patent:
2012032, Dec 27, 2012
Filed:
Dec 14, 2010
Appl. No.:
13/514429
Inventors:
Raghunath Padiyath - Woodbury MN,
Charles A. Marttila - Shoreview MN,
Mark K. Nestegard - Mendota Heights MN,
Assignee:
3M INNOVATIVE PROPERTIES COMPANY - Saint Paul MN
International Classification:
G02B 5/04
G02B 5/08
US Classification:
359359, 359837, 156324
Abstract:
Light management film constructions contain a first optical film having a first major surface and a second major surface opposite the first major surface. The first major surface is a micro structured surface with asymmetrical structures. The asymmetrical structures form an ordered arrangement of a plurality of multi-sided refractive prisms, with the multi-sided refractive prisms having a cross section of 3 or greater sides. A second optical film contacts and is bonded to substantially all of the structures of the first major structured surface of the first optical film. The light management constructions can be incorporated into optical articles such as windows.

Light Redirecting Constructions

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US Patent:
2013003, Feb 14, 2013
Filed:
Dec 7, 2010
Appl. No.:
13/514446
Inventors:
Raghunath Padiyath - Woodbury MN,
Charles A. Marttila - Shoreview MN,
Mark K. Nestegard - Mendota Heights MN,
International Classification:
G02B 5/04
G02B 5/28
US Classification:
359359, 359595, 359592
Abstract:
Light management constructions contain an optical substrate having a first major surface and a second major surface opposite the first major surface. The first major surface is a microstructured surface with asymmetrical structures. The asymmetrical structures form an ordered arrangement of a plurality of multi-sided refractive prisms, with the multi-sided refractive prisms having a cross section of 4 or greater sides. The light management constructions can be incorporated into optical articles such as windows.

Block Copolymer Having Mixed Molecular Weight Endblocks

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US Patent:
5296547, Mar 22, 1994
Filed:
Jan 28, 1993
Appl. No.:
8/010122
Inventors:
Mark K. Nestegard - Woodbury MN
Jingjing Ma - Maplewood MN
Assignee:
Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company - St. Paul MN
International Classification:
C08F29704
US Classification:
525314
Abstract:
The present invention is directed to a novel polymodal asymmetric elastomeric block copolymer and a pressure sensitive adhesive and tape made therefrom. The novel block copolymer comprises from about 4 to about 40 percent by weight of a polymerized monovinyl aromatic compound and from about 96 to about 60 percent by weight of a conjugated diene. The block copolymer has the general formula Q. sub. n Y where Q represents an individual arm of the block copolymer and has the formula S-B; n represents the number of arms and is at least 3; and Y is the residue of a multifunctional coupling agent. Furthermore, S is a nonelastomeric polymer segment endblock of a polymerized monovinyl aromatic homopolymer, there being at least two different molecular weight endblocks in the block copolymer. The number average molecular weight of the higher molecular weight endblock (Mn). sub. H is in the range of from about 5,000 to about 50,000, and the number average molecular weight of the lower molecular weight endblock (Mn). sub.
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