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Three Patents for Luminescent Gels, Fibers, Inks and Moldable Resins    

Luminescent polymers, fillers and pigments used for gel coatings, casting, fibers, fiberglass plastic (FRP) and inks.

Overview

Luminescent polymers are prepared from thermosetting polyesters, suspending fillers and phosphorescent pigments and utilized to make gel coated articles, fibers, inks and molded, cast and fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP) articles.

The luminescent polymers show bright and long-lasting photoluminescent afterglow, strong thermostimulation of afterglow by heat and electroluminescent properties.

The luminescent resins may be rendered fire retardant and made flexible. As the heavy phosphorescent pigments remain in suspension, the raw luminescent resins are suitable for long-term storage and use.

Ideal for entertainment products, clothing, artificial lighting, public safety, maritime safety and industrial safety applications.

Primary Application of the Technology

The luminescent polymers have been utilized as a gel coat on items including automobiles, hubcaps, bicycles (frame and wheel rims), signs, boats (exterior trim), trailers, outboard motor covers, fishing poles and banners. The luminescent polymers have been further utilized to mold items including safety and bicycle helmets, a dinghy runabout boat, house numbers and letters, keys for musical keyboards, skateboards, scratchplates for guitars, light switch and door handle surrounds, doors, smoke detector covers, knife and tool handles, telephones, floor tiles, ceiling and wall panels, stair treads, seat inserts and table tops, printed circuit boards, headlight and light reflectors, solar cell lens, spa baths and vanity basins, watch and clock faces, cats eye road markers, mouse and rat traps, flying insect catchers, walking sticks, lamp stands, remote controlled car bodies, battery covers for trucks, fishing lures, fiberglass rocks for use in spas and novelty items. Flexible items made and tested have included fishing nets, clothing and ship's pennants.

The Problem Solved by the Technology

Ability to apply or integrate into materials a longer lasting, stronger luminescent polymer

How the Technology Solves the Problem

Luminescence created by these patents emits light for a longer duration than standard like products and it exceeds current ATSM/ISO standards by 148X. Having a longer lasting as well as brighter light embedded into a multiple range of products and processes is a major advantage.

Competitive Advantage

Longer luminescent life, stronger light emission, able to integrate into more materials and processes

The seller may consider selling these patents individually.

Patent Summary

U.S. Patent Classes & Classifications Covered in this listing:

Class 252: Compositions

(A) Compositions of matter, having or not having structure, physical form or heterogeneous arrangement of components and for which there is no provision elsewhere. (B) Packages of such compositions, or other articles which include such compositions for which there is no provision elsewhere. (C) Processes of making, or peculiar to making, such compositions and for which there is no provision elsewhere. (D) Apparatus for use in or peculiar to such processes and for which there is no provision elsewhere.

Subclass 301.36: INORGANIC LUMINESCENT COMPOSITIONS WITH ORGANIC NONLUMINESCENT MATERIAL

Class 428: Stock Material Or Miscellaneous Articles

This is the residual class for: 1. Stock material in the form of a structurally defined web, sheet, rod, strand, fiber, filament, cell, flake, particle not provided elsewhere. 2. Stock material in the form of a web, sheet, mass or layer which consists of or contains a structurally defined constituent or element. 3. A nonstructural laminate defined merely in terms of the composition of one or more layers. 4. An article of manufacture or an intermediate-article not provided for elsewhere. 5. A process for applying an impregnating material to a naturally solid product such as a wood beam, a sheet of leather or a stone, or for applying a coating to a base, and which process includes no significant method step.

Subclass 690: Fluroescent, phosphorescent, or luminescent layer

Class 523: Synthetic Resins Or Natural Rubbers -- Part Of The Class 520 Series  

Part of the Class 520 Series - some general types of subject matter include: Solid synthetic resins, per se, regardless of utility; processes of preparing a synthetic resin involving a chemical reaction; reactable compositions which form a product; processes of purifying a solid synthetic resin or composition containing a synthetic resin by a chemical or physical process; process of reclaiming or recovering a solid synthetic resin; processes of treating a synthetic resin or specified intermediate condensation product with a reactant, or product thereof; blends of solid synthetic resins, processes of preparing or treating such blends; chemically reacted solid synthetic resins or processes of preparing; potentially reactable compositions which contain a solid synthetic resin or SICP and products of such a reaction, or processes of preparing; room vulcanizable potentially reactive compositions which merely require moisture and which are usually activated by heat and/or pressure to form a product; compositions of a nonreactant material and a solid synthetic resin or SICP; compositions containing a structurally defined material which is dispersed in a matrix which is not identified by overall dimension or some structure or processes of preparing; single-layered products containing a solid synthetic resin or composition thereof reciting no structure or dimension, or a fiber, filament, etc., which is no more than the material from which it is made, nonstructured single-layered web or sheet is encompassed; particles or a powder, per se, of a solid synthetic resin or composition thereof for which particles or powder no dimensions are recited; reactable compositions which form a product proper for this class and contain a photoinitiator or photosensitizer which are activated by wave energy or processes of preparing.

Subclass 514: Metal atom other than as silicate DNRM
Subclass 521: Inorganic silicon atom other than glass DNRM
Subclass 526: Contains polymer derived from ethylenically unsaturated reactant only

Class 524: Synthetic Resins Or Natural Rubbers -- Part Of The Class 520 Series

Part of the Class 520 Series - some general types of subject matter include: Solid synthetic resins, per se, regardless of utility; processes of preparing a synthetic resin involving a chemical reaction; reactable compositions which form a product; processes of purifying a solid synthetic resin or composition containing a synthetic resin by a chemical or physical process; process of reclaiming or recovering a solid synthetic resin; processes of treating a synthetic resin or specified intermediate condensation product with a reactant, or product thereof; blends of solid synthetic resins, processes of preparing or treating such blends; chemically reacted solid synthetic resins or processes of preparing; potentially reactable compositions which contain a solid synthetic resin or SICP and products of such a reaction, or processes of preparing; room vulcanizable potentially reactive compositions which merely require moisture and which are usually activated by heat and/or pressure to form a product; compositions of a nonreactant material and a solid synthetic resin or SICP; compositions containing a structurally defined material which is dispersed in a matrix which is not identified by overall dimension or some structure or processes of preparing; single-layered products containing a solid synthetic resin or composition thereof reciting no structure or dimension, or a fiber, filament, etc., which is no more than the material from which it is made, nonstructured single-layered web or sheet is encompassed; particles or a powder, per se, of a solid synthetic resin or composition thereof for which particles or powder no dimensions are recited; reactable compositions which form a product proper for this class and contain a photoinitiator or photosensitizer which are activated by wave energy or processes of preparing.

Subclass 403: At least one element of the lanthanide series (atomic no.57-71) or contains a noble metal atom (i.e., Au, Ag, Hg, Pt, Pd, Ir, Rh, Ru, Os)DNRM
Subclass 418: Sulfur atom DNRM
Subclass 420: Devoid of an oxygen atom, e.g., sulfide, etc.
Subclass 423: Sulfate group, e.g., calcium sulfate, etc.
Subclass 427: Solid polymer derived from unsaturated hydrocarbon monomer
Subclass 437: Aluminum DNRM
Subclass 442: Soil or inorganic silicon DNRM (other than silicon dioxide, glass, quartz, novaculite, or silicon dioxide type)
Subclass 449: Mica
Subclass 783: Group IV or Group IIB, i.e., Ge, Sn, Pb, Zr, Ti, Hf, Zn, Cd, Hg
Subclass 786: Al
Subclass 787: Inorganic metal compound having S, C, or N, e.g., KSCN, etc.

Class 525: Synthetic Resins Or Natural Rubbers -- Part Of The Class 520 Series  

Part of the Class 520 Series - some general types of subject matter include: Solid synthetic resins, per se, regardless of utility; processes of preparing a synthetic resin involving a chemical reaction; reactable compositions which form a product; processes of purifying a solid synthetic resin or composition containing a synthetic resin by a chemical or physical process; process of reclaiming or recovering a solid synthetic resin; processes of treating a synthetic resin or specified intermediate condensation product with a reactant, or product thereof; blends of solid synthetic resins, processes of preparing or treating such blends; chemically reacted solid synthetic resins or processes of preparing; potentially reactable compositions which contain a solid synthetic resin or SICP and products of such a reaction, or processes of preparing; room vulcanizable potentially reactive compositions which merely require moisture and which are usually activated by heat and/or pressure to form a product; compositions of a nonreactant material and a solid synthetic resin or SICP; compositions containing a structurally defined material which is dispersed in a matrix which is not identified by overall dimension or some structure or processes of preparing; single-layered products containing a solid synthetic resin or composition thereof reciting no structure or dimension, or a fiber, filament, etc., which is no more than the material from which it is made, nonstructured single-layered web or sheet is encompassed; particles or a powder, per se, of a solid synthetic resin or composition thereof for which particles or powder no dimensions are recited; reactable compositions which form a product proper for this class and contain a photoinitiator or photosensitizer which are activated by wave energy or processes of preparing.

Subclass 12: Specified material contains boron or silicon atom
Subclass 15: Material contains Group IIB metal atom (Zn, Cd, Hg) or IIIA metal atom (Al, Ga, In, Tl)
Subclass 23: Specified material contains sulfur atom