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James M Labar, ~55303 Broad St, Tatamy, PA 18064

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303 Broad St, Tatamy, PA 18064    610-5590333    610-5590213   

305 Broad St, Tatamy, PA 18064    610-2535539   

Owings Mills, MD   

Crofton, MD   

Catonsville, MD   

Work

Company: Treatment trends 1999 Position: Maintenance

Education

School / High School: easton area school district- Easton, PA Jan 1980 Specialities: trades

Skills

hvac • electric • plumbing • carpentry • masonry.supervision • pc

Mentions for James M Labar

Resumes

Resumes

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James Labar - Catasauqua, PA

Work:
Treatment Trends 1999 to 2000
Maintenance
Dan Jon Property management - Whitehall Township, PA 1997 to 1999
Maintenance Supervisor
Desouza Brown Property Management - Allentown, PA 1994 to 1997
Maintenance Mechanic
Self-Employed General Contractor - Bath, PA 1992 to 1997
Labars Home Improvements
Hammer Electric 1992 to 1993
Customer Service
Johanna Farms, Inc - Flemmington Nj 1990 to 1992
Industrial Laborer food industry
Yale Fork Trucks 1988 to 1990
Industrial Laborer
Morton Buildings 1986 to 1988
Lead Man
Frank Bubba Concrete Contractor - Easton, PA 1985 to 1986
Concrete Finisher
Walter Aicher 1983 to 1985
General Laborer
SCF - Nazareth, PA 1981 to 1983
roofing
Education:
easton area school district - Easton, PA Jan 1980 to Jan 2012
trades
Skills:
hvac,electric,plumbing,carpentry,masonry.supervision,pc
James Labar Photo 2

James Labar

Location:
United States

Publications

Us Patents

Process For Recovering Oxygen From Gaseous Mixtures Containing Water Or Carbon Dioxide Which Process Employs Ion Transport Membranes

US Patent:
5261932, Nov 16, 1993
Filed:
Sep 1, 1992
Appl. No.:
7/937767
Inventors:
Michael F. Carolan - Allentown PA
Paul N. Dyer - Allentown PA
James M. LaBar - Tatamy PA
Robert M. Thorogood - Macungie PA
Assignee:
Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. - Allentown PA
International Classification:
B01D 5322
B01D 7102
US Classification:
95 54
Abstract:
The invention is a process for recovering oxygen from an oxygen-containing gaseous mixture containing one or more components selected from water, carbon dioxide or a volatile hydrocarbon which process utilizes ion transport membranes comprising a multicomponent metallic oxide containing strontium, calcium or magnesium. The process utilizes a temperature regime which overcomes problems associated with degradation of strontium-, calcium- and magnesium-containing multicomponent oxides caused by carbon dioxide.

Process For Recovering Oxygen From Gaseous Mixtures Containing Water Or Carbon Dioxide Which Process Employs Barium-Containing Ion Transport Membranes

US Patent:
5269822, Dec 14, 1993
Filed:
Sep 1, 1992
Appl. No.:
7/937768
Inventors:
Michael F. Carolan - Allentown PA
Paul N. Dyer - Allentown PA
Stephen M. Fine - Emmaus PA
James M. LaBar - Tatamy PA
Robert M. Thorogood - Macungie PA
Assignee:
Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. - Allentown PA
International Classification:
B01D 5322
B01D 7102
US Classification:
95 54
Abstract:
The invention is a process for recovering oxygen from an oxygen-containing gaseous mixture containing one or more components selected from water, carbon dioxide or a volatile hydrocarbon which process utilizes ion transport membranes comprising a multicomponent metallic oxide containing barium. The process utilizes a temperature regime which overcomes problems associated with degradation of barium-containing multicomponent oxides caused by carbon dioxide.

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