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315 Lawrence St, Caledonia, MS 39740    662-3564319   

57 E Jemison Rd, Caledonia, MS 39740    662-3566722   

Steens, MS   

Columbus, MS   

Suring, WI   

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David Ryan Fishel

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License #: A4195993
Category: Airmen

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Embossed, Waterproof Lining And Method Of Making The Same

US Patent:
6352760, Mar 5, 2002
Filed:
Oct 25, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/696416
Inventors:
David L. Fishel - Caledonia MS
Peter F. Payne - Irwin PA
Assignee:
Omnova Solutions Inc. - Fairlawn OH
International Classification:
B29C 4324
US Classification:
428156, 428187, 428192, 264175, 264293, 2642101, 264284, 156209
Abstract:
The invention relates to a flexible, waterproof shower pan liner comprised of a water-insoluble thermoplastic sheet. The shower pan liner includes on at least one surface selected indicia such as product information or plumbing codes at regular intervals. The indicia are embossed into the shower pan liner thereby eliminating the need for a protective top coat. In a process for making the invention, the thermoplastic is heated, calendered, and thereafter embossed with the selected indicia while in a heated condition.

Soft Cover For Vehicles And Process For Making

US Patent:
6871898, Mar 29, 2005
Filed:
Oct 6, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/679944
Inventors:
Brian M. Jarrard - Columbus MS,
William R. Bell - Ethelsville AL,
Anthony E. Nix - Chonburi,
David L. Fishel - Caledonia MS,
Assignee:
OMNOVA Solutions Inc. - Fairlawn OH
International Classification:
B60J007/08
US Classification:
29610701
Abstract:
A soft cover for a vehicle is provided comprising a foam composite having a water resistant top layer, a flexible foam layer, and a protective bottom layer. The composite is flexible, dimensionally stable and tear resistant. Methods of manufacture and of use of the soft cover are also provided.

Method Of Making An Embossed, Waterproof Shower Pan Liner

US Patent:
6187244, Feb 13, 2001
Filed:
Feb 9, 1999
Appl. No.:
9/246493
Inventors:
David L. Fishel - Caledonia MS
Peter F. Payne - Irwin PA
Assignee:
Omnova Services Inc. - Fairlawn OH
International Classification:
B29C 4324
B29C 5902
B29C 5904
US Classification:
264293
Abstract:
A method for making a flexible, waterproof shower pan liner comprised of a water-insoluble thermoplastic sheet. The shower pan liner includes on at least one surface selected indicia such as product information or plumbing codes at regular intervals. The indicia are embossed into the shower pan liner thereby eliminating the need for a protective top coat. In the process for making the invention, the thermoplastic is heated, calendered, and thereafter embossed with the selected indicia while in a heated condition.

Acoustic Lamina Wall Covering

US Patent:
5632844, May 27, 1997
Filed:
May 27, 1994
Appl. No.:
8/250071
Inventors:
Joseph L. Pate - Columbus MS
David L. Fishel - Caledonia MS
Assignee:
GenCorp Inc. - Fairlawn OH
International Classification:
B32B 3112
B32B 3120
US Classification:
156290
Abstract:
A moisture-permeable acoustic lamina which is usable as a wall covering has a foraminous woven fabric layer adhered to a fabric backing by a discontinuous thermoplastic polymer layer. The woven fabric preferably has an embossed undulate outer surface to enhance the acoustic properties of the lamina and to impart an aesthetic textural appearance. The individual yarns of the woven fabric are preferably substantially uniformly coated with a polyvinyl chloride plastisol to impart stain and wear-resistance, inhibit the growth of molds, fungi, bacteria and the like, and to enhance the appearance of the exposed face of the lamina. The moisture-permeable lamina structure allows wall covering paste, used to adhere the lamina to a wall, to dry at an acceptable rate, yet does not allow paste to bleed through the foraminous woven fabric layer.

Anti-Fracture, Water-Resistant, Masonry-Bondable Membrane

US Patent:
5481838, Jan 9, 1996
Filed:
Jan 4, 1994
Appl. No.:
8/177057
Inventors:
David L. Fishel - Caledonia MS
Terry M. Digiglia - Columbus MS
Assignee:
GenCorp Inc. - Fairlawn OH
International Classification:
E02D 1900
US Classification:
5216914
Abstract:
An anti-fracture, water-resistant, masonry-bondable membrane comprises a lamina having a central layer generally containing at least one ply of a flexible material, e. g. , an organic polymer such as polyvinyl chloride, generally in the form of a sheet, and a nonwoven fiber layer physically bonded to each side thereof. The formation of the lamina is generally accomplished by laminating a single, nonwoven layer to a layer or sheet of a flexible material in the presence of heat and pressure to produce a construction wherein the nonwoven fibers are partially embedded in the flexible material. Subsequently, two such constructions are bonded together under heat and pressure to produce essentially a four-ply lamina wherein the layers of flexible material such as a polymer are fused to one another. The flexible membrane lamina, when utilized between and bonded to an exterior masonry article such as ceramic tile and to a substrate such as concrete, is very effective in preventing any cracks from propagating from the substrate to the article. The flexible membrane also has very good hydrostatic water resistance.

Acoustic Lamina Wall Covering

US Patent:
5364681, Nov 15, 1994
Filed:
Feb 5, 1993
Appl. No.:
8/013911
Inventors:
Joseph L. Pate - Columbus MS
David L. Fishel - Caledonia MS
Assignee:
GenCorp Inc. - Fairlawn OH
International Classification:
B32B 526
B32B 712
B32B 3120
E04B 184
E04F 1300
US Classification:
428137
Abstract:
A moisture-permeable acoustic lamina which is usable as a wall covering has a foraminous woven fabric layer adhered to a fabric backing by a discontinuous thermoplastic polymer layer. The woven fabric preferably has an embossed undulate outer surface to enhance the acoustic properties of the lamina and to impart an aesthetic textural appearance. The individual yarns of the woven fabric are preferably substantially uniformly coated with a polyvinyl chloride plastisol to impart stain and wear-resistance, inhibit the growth of molds, fungi, bacteria and the like, and to enhance the appearance of the exposed face of the lamina. The moisture-permeable lamina structure allows wall covering paste, used to adhere the lamina to a wall, to dry at an acceptable rate, yet does not allow paste to bleed through the foraminous woven fabric layer.

Anti-Fracture, Water-Resistant, Masonry-Bondable Membrane

US Patent:
5318832, Jun 7, 1994
Filed:
Nov 2, 1992
Appl. No.:
7/969893
Inventors:
David L. Fishel - Caledonia MS
Terry M. Digiglia - Columbus MS
Assignee:
GenCorp Inc. - Fairlawn OH
International Classification:
B32B 2730
US Classification:
428287
Abstract:
An anti-fracture, water-resistant, masonry-bondable membrane comprises a lamina having a central layer generally containing at least one ply of a flexible material, e. g. , an organic polymer such as polyvinyl chloride, generally in the form of a sheet, and a non-woven fiber layer physically bonded to each side thereof. The formation of the lamina is generally accomplished by laminating a single, nonwoven layer to a layer or sheet of a flexible material in the presence of heat and pressure to produce a construction wherein the nonwoven fibers are partially embedded in the flexible material. Subsequently, two such constructions are bonded together under heat and pressure to produce essentially a four-ply lamina wherein the layers of flexible material such as a polymer are fused to one another. The flexible membrane lamina, when utilized between and bonded to an exterior masonry article such as ceramic tile and to a substrate such as concrete, is very effective in preventing any cracks from propagating from the substrate to the article. The flexible membrane also has very good hydrostatic water resistance.

Acoustic Lamina Wall Covering

US Patent:
5681408, Oct 28, 1997
Filed:
Jun 26, 1996
Appl. No.:
8/670971
Inventors:
Joseph L. Pate - Columbus MS
David L. Fishel - Caledonia MS
Assignee:
GenCorp Inc. - Fairlawn OH
International Classification:
E04B 184
E04F 1300
US Classification:
156 71
Abstract:
A moisture-permeable acoustic lamina which is usable as a wall covering has a foraminous woven fabric layer adhered to a fabric backing by a discontinuous thermoplastic polymer layer. The woven fabric preferably has an embossed undulate outer surface to enhance the acoustic properties of the lamina and to impart an aesthetic textural appearance. The individual yarns of the woven fabric are preferably substantially uniformly coated with a polyvinyl chloride plastisol to impart stain and wear-resistance, inhibit the growth of molds, fungi, bacteria and the like, and to enhance the appearance of the exposed face of the lamina. The moisture-permeable lamina structure allows wall covering paste, used to adhere the lamina to a wall, to dry at an acceptable rate, yet does not allow paste to bleed through the foraminous woven fabric layer.

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