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Stephen Fyler Phones & Addresses

  • Durham, NC
  • Ashland, MA

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Stephen J Fyler

License #:
11225 - Expired
Category:
Electricians
Issued Date:
Nov 2, 2004
Expiration Date:
Jan 31, 2005
Type:
Electrician Apprentice

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Us Patents

Fibers For Reinforcing Matrix Materials

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US Patent:
6503625, Jan 7, 2003
Filed:
Jun 30, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/609148
Inventors:
Neal S. Berke - North Chelmsford MA
Stephen J. Fyler - Fremont NH
Michael Macklin - Westford MA
Assignee:
W.R. Grace Co. - Conn. - New York NY
International Classification:
D01F 600
US Classification:
428399, 428400, 52659, 527201
Abstract:
Exemplary mechanically-flattened fibers of the invention comprise generally elongate bodies having varied width or thickness dimensions and micro-diastrophic surface deformities. Preferred fibers are elongate synthetic polymer or multipolymer blend fibers for reinforcing matrix materials such as concrete, shotcrete, gypsum-containing materials, asphalt, plastic, rubber, and other matrix materials. Preferred methods for manufacturing such fibers comprise subjecting synthetic polymer fibers to compressive forces sufficient to achieve flattening and surface micro-diastrophism without substantially shredding and abrading the fibers. Further exemplary fibers and methods involve mechanically-flattening intertwined or braided fibers or fiber bundles, thereby providing fibers having physical impressions thereon of the intertwinement or braidingand, optionally though preferably of micro-diastrophic surface deformities.

Process Of Making Fibers For Reinforcing Matrix Materials

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US Patent:
6592790, Jul 15, 2003
Filed:
Apr 11, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/833106
Inventors:
Neal S. Berke - North Chelmsford MA
Stephen J. Fyler - Fremont NH
Assignee:
W. R. Grace Co.-Conn. - Columbia MD
International Classification:
D01D 1000
US Classification:
264103, 28219, 264138, 264157, 264280
Abstract:
Preferred methods for manufacturing such fibers involve subjecting synthetic polymer fibers to compressive forces sufficient to achieve flattening and surface micro-diastrophism without substantially shredding and abrading the fibers.

Process Of Treating Fibers

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US Patent:
6596210, Jul 22, 2003
Filed:
Aug 6, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/923222
Inventors:
Neal S. Berke - North Chelmsford MA
Stephen J. Fyler - Fremont NH
Michael Macklin - Westford MA
Assignee:
W. R. Grace Co.-Conn. - Columbia MD
International Classification:
D01D 1000
US Classification:
264138, 28219, 264280
Abstract:
Preferred methods for manufacturing such fibers involve subjecting synthetic polymer fibers to compressive forces sufficient to achieve flattening and surface micro-diastrophism without substantially shredding and abrading the fibers.

Micro-Diastrophic Synthetic Polymeric Fibers For Reinforcing Matrix Materials

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US Patent:
62650564, Jul 24, 2001
Filed:
Aug 16, 2000
Appl. No.:
9/640569
Inventors:
Neal S. Berke - North Chelmsford MA
Stephen J. Fyler - Fremont NH
Assignee:
W. R. Grace & Co.-Conn. - New York NY
International Classification:
B32B 1302
US Classification:
4282947
Abstract:
Exemplary mechanically-flattened fibers of the invention comprise generally elongate bodies having varied width or thickness dimensions and micro-diastrophic surface deformities. Preferred fibers are elongate synthetic polymer or multipolymer blend fibers for reinforcing matrix materials such as concrete, shotcrete, gypsum-containing materials, asphalt, plastic, rubber, and other matrix materials. Preferred methods for manufacturing such fibers comprise subjecting synthetic polymer fibers to compressive forces sufficient to achieve flattening and surface micro-diastrophism without substantially shredding and abrading the fibers.

Micro-Diastrophic Synthetic Polymeric Fibers For Reinforcing Matrix Materials

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US Patent:
61974234, Mar 6, 2001
Filed:
Oct 8, 1999
Appl. No.:
9/416012
Inventors:
Neal S. Berke - North Chelmsford MA
Stephen J. Fyler - Fremont NH
Assignee:
W. R. Grace & Co.-Conn. - New York NY
International Classification:
D01F 300
US Classification:
428397
Abstract:
Exemplary mechanically-flattened fibers of the invention comprise generally elongate bodies having varied width or thickness dimensions and micro-diastrophic surface deformities. Preferred fibers are elongate synthetic polymer or multipolymer blend fibers for reinforcing matrix materials such as concrete, shotcrete, gypsum-containing materials, asphalt, plastic, rubber, and other matrix materials. Preferred methods for manufacturing such fibers comprise subjecting synthetic polymer fibers to compressive forces sufficient to achieve flattening and surface micro-diastrophism without substantially shredding and abrading the fibers.
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