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Naples, FL   

Queen Creek, AZ   

Mokena, IL   

47286 Pointe Ct, Canton, MI 48187    734-3540035   

Taylor, MI   

Howell, MI   

Plymouth, MI   

Maricopa, AZ   

Dearborn, MI   

Grosse Ile, MI   

Southfield, MI   

Chicago, IL   

47286 N Pointe Dr, Canton, MI 48187    734-8460319   

Education

Degree: High school graduate or higher

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Us Patents

Powder Paint Blend Of Epoxy And Amide-Functional Copolymer And Anhydride-Functional Copolymer

US Patent:
4065518, Dec 27, 1977
Filed:
Feb 18, 1976
Appl. No.:
5/659175
Inventors:
Santokh S. Labana - Dearborn Heights MI
Ares N. Theodore - Farmington MI
Assignee:
Ford Motor Company - Dearborn MI
International Classification:
C08L 6310
US Classification:
260836
Abstract:
Powder coating compositions are disclosed which comprise a blend of coreactable, thermosettable copolymers one of which has at least two different functional groups while the other is qualitatively monofunctional and quantitatively polyfunctional. Ordinarily, the polymer having at least two different functional groups, will be quantitatively polyfunctional and qualitatively difunctional although it may contain more than two different functional groups. In the preferred embodiments, the first or difunctional copolymer of the blend has either (1) epoxy functionality and amide functionality, (2) epoxy functionality and hydroxy functionality, (3) carboxy functionality and amide functionality, or (4) carboxy functionality and hydroxy functionality and is crosslinkable with the second copolymer through at least two different types of functional groups on the first copolymer. The second copolymer has only one type of functionality that is crosslinkable with the functional groups on the first copolymer and may be termed the monofunctional copolymer although it is quantitatively polyfunctional. The second copolymer may have as its functionality (1) anhydride functionality, (2) carboxy functionality or (3) epoxy functionality.

Powder Paint Blend Comprising Epoxy-Functional Copolymer And Carboxy And Amide-Functional Copolymer

US Patent:
4006200, Feb 1, 1977
Filed:
Jan 7, 1976
Appl. No.:
5/644498
Inventors:
Santokh S. Labana - Dearborn Heights MI
Ares N. Theodore - Farmington MI
Assignee:
Ford Motor Company - Dearborn MI
International Classification:
C08L 6310
US Classification:
260836
Abstract:
Powder coating compositions are disclosed which comprise a blend of coreactable, thermosettable copolymers one of which has at least two different functional groups while the other is qualitatively monofunctional and quantitatively polyfunctional. Ordinarily, the polymer having at least two different functional groups, will be quantitatively polyfunctional and qualitatively difunctional although it may contain more than two different functional groups. In the preferred embodiments, the first or difunctional copolymer of the blend has either (1) epoxy functionality and amide functionality, (2) epoxy functionality and hydroxy functionality, (3) carboxy functionality and amide functionality, or (4) carboxy functionality and hydroxy functionality and is crosslinkable with the second copolymer through at least two different types of functional groups on the first copolymer. The second copolymer has only one type of functionality that is crosslinkable with the functional groups on the first copolymer and may be termed the monofunctional copolymer although it is quantitatively polyfunctional. The second copolymer may have as its functionality (1) anhydride functionality, (2) carboxy functionality or (3) epoxy functionality.

Powder Paint With Epoxy And Hydroxy Copolymer And Anhydride

US Patent:
4374954, Feb 22, 1983
Filed:
Feb 24, 1975
Appl. No.:
5/552511
Inventors:
Santokh S. Labana - Dearborn Heights MI
Ares N. Theodore - Farmington MI
Assignee:
Ford Motor Company - Dearborn MI
International Classification:
C08F 846
US Classification:
525207
Abstract:
Improved powder coating compositions are disclosed which comprise a particulate mixture of (1) a qualitatively difunctional copolymer of about 5 to about 20 weight percent of a glycidyl ester of a monoethylenically unsaturated acid, about 2 to about 10 weight percent of difunctional monomers selected from C. sub. 5 -C. sub. 7 hydroxyalkyl acrylates and C. sub. 5 -C. sub. 7 hydroxyalkyl methacrylates, and about 70 to about 93 weight percent monoethylenically unsaturated monomers consisting essentially of monfunctional monomers selected from the group consisting of esters of a C. sub. 1 -C. sub. 8 monohydric alcohol and acrylic acid, esters of a C. sub. 1 -C. sub. 8 monohydric alcohol and methacrylic acid and C. sub. 8 -C. sub. 12 monovinyl hydrocarbons, and (2) an anhydride crosslinking agent selected from the group consisting of monomeric anhydrides of dicarboxylic acids and homopolymers of monomeric anhydries of dicarboxylic acids, the same being present in an amount such as to provide about 0. 3 to about 1.

Powder Coating Compositions Comprising A Blend Of Coreactive Polymers - Ii D

US Patent:
3976719, Aug 24, 1976
Filed:
Aug 21, 1975
Appl. No.:
5/606678
Inventors:
Santokh S. Labana - Dearborn Heights MI
Ares N. Theodore - Farmington MI
Assignee:
Ford Motor Company - Dearborn MI
International Classification:
C08L 6300
US Classification:
260836
Abstract:
Powder coating compositions are disclosed which comprise a blend of coreactable, thermosettable copolymers each of which have at least two different functional groups. Ordinarily, these polymers will be qualitatively difunctional, although they may contain more than two different functional groups, and quantitatively polyfunctional. At least one of the copolymers has epoxy functionality as one of its two or more different functionalities. Thus, in the preferred embodiments, the first copolymer of the blend has epoxy functionality and a second functionality selected from amide functionality, anhydride functionality and hydroxy functionality and is crosslinkable with the second copolymer through at least two different types of functional groups on the first copolymer. The second copolymer also is crosslinkable with the first copolymer though at least two different types of functional groups on the second copolymer and may be (a) anhydride functional and carboxy functional, (b) carboxy functional and amide functional, (c) carboxy functional and hydroxy functional, (d) epoxy functional and amide functional or (e) epoxy functional and anhydride functional. The second copolymer is advantageously employed in an amount such that its functionality of greatest concentration provides about 0.

Powder Paint With Epoxy And Amide Copolymer And Anhydride

US Patent:
3975456, Aug 17, 1976
Filed:
Feb 24, 1975
Appl. No.:
5/552472
Inventors:
Santokh S. Labana - Dearborn Heights MI
Stephen C. Peng - Utica MI
Assignee:
Ford Motor Company - Dearborn MI
International Classification:
C08L 6310
C08F 1814
US Classification:
260836
Abstract:
Improved powder coating compositions are disclosed which comprise a particulate mixture of (1) a qualitatively difunctional copolymer of about 5 to about 20 weight percent of a glycidyl ester of a monoethylenically unsaturated acid, about 2 to about 10 weight percent of an alpha-beta olefinically unsaturated amide and about 70 to about 93 weight percent monoethylenically unsaturated monomers consisting essentially of monofunctional monomers selected from the group consisting of esters of C. sub. 1 -C. sub. 8 monohydric alcohol and methacrylic acid and C. sub. 8 -C. sub. 12 monovinyl hydrocarbons, and (2) an anhydride crosslinking agent selected from the group consisting of monomeric anhydrides of dicarboxylic acids and homopolymers of monomeric anhydrides of dicarboxylic acids, the same being present in an amount such as to provide about 0. 3 to about 1. 2 anhydride groups for each functional group on the copolymer.

Powder Paint With Epoxy And Hydroxy Copolymer And Mixture Of Dicarboxylic Acids And Polyanhydrides

US Patent:
3932367, Jan 13, 1976
Filed:
Feb 24, 1975
Appl. No.:
5/552457
Inventors:
Santokh S. Labana - Dearborn Heights MI
Ares N. Theodore - Farmington MI
Assignee:
Ford Motor Company - Dearborn MI
International Classification:
C08G 5942
C08G 8102
C08F22032
US Classification:
260 784D
Abstract:
Improved powder paint compositions are disclosed which comprise a particulate mixture of (1) a qualitatively difunctional copolymer of about 5 to about 20 weight percent of a glycidyl ester of a monoethylenically unsaturated acid, about 2 to about 10 weight percent of C. sub. 5 - C. sub. 7 hydroxyalkyl acrylates and/or C. sub. 5 - C. sub. 7 hydroxyalkyl methacrylates, and about 70 to about 93 weight percent monoethylenically unsaturated monomers consisting essentially of monofunctional monomers selected from the group consisting of esters of a C. sub. 1 - C. sub. 8 monohydric alcohol and acrylic acid, esters of a C. sub. 1 - C. sub. 8 monohydric alcohol and methacrylic acid and C. sub. 8 - C. sub. 12 monovinyl hydrocarbons, (2) a C. sub. 4 - C. sub. 20 saturated, straight chain, aliphatic dicarboxylic acid which is present in an amount that provides about 0.

Powder Coating Compositions Comprising A Blend Of Coreactive Polymers - Iic

US Patent:
3976717, Aug 24, 1976
Filed:
Aug 21, 1975
Appl. No.:
5/606680
Inventors:
Santokh S. Labana - Dearborn Heights MI
Ares N. Theodore - Farmington MI
Assignee:
Ford Motor Company - Dearborn MI
International Classification:
C08L 6300
US Classification:
260836
Abstract:
Powder coating compositions are disclosed which comprise a blend of coreactable, thermosettable copolymers each of which have at least two different functional groups. Ordinarily, these polymers will be qualitatively difunctional, although they may contain more than two different functional groups, and quantitatively polyfunctional. At least one of the copolymers has epoxy functionality as one of its two or more different functionalities. Thus, in the preferred embodiments, the first copolymer of the blend has epoxy functionality and a second functionality selected from amide functionality, anhydride functionality and hydroxy functionality and is crosslinkable with the second copolymer through at least two different types of functional groups on the first copolymer. The second copolymer also is crosslinkable with the first copolymer through at least two different types of functional groups on the second copolymer and may be (a) anhydride functional and carboxy functional, (b) carboxy functional and amide functional, (c) carboxy functional and hydroxy functional, (d) epoxy functional and amide functional or (e) epoxy functional and anhydride functional. The second copolymer is advantageously employed in an amount such that its functionality of greatest concentration provides about 0.

Powder Paint With Epoxy And Amide Copolymer And Mixture Of Dicarboxylic Acids And Polyanhydrides

US Patent:
3939127, Feb 17, 1976
Filed:
Feb 24, 1975
Appl. No.:
5/552456
Inventors:
Santokh S. Labana - Dearborn Heights MI
Ares N. Theodore - Farmington MI
Assignee:
Ford Motor Company - Dearborn MI
International Classification:
C08G 5942
C08G 8102
C08F22032
US Classification:
260 784D
Abstract:
Improved powder paint compositions are disclosed which comprise a particulate mixture of (1) a qualitatively difunctional copolymer of about 5 to about 20 weight percent of a glycidyl ester of a monoethylenically unsaturated acid, about 2 to about 10 weight percent of an alpha-beta olefinically unsaturated amide and about 70 to about 93 weight percent monoethylenically unsaturated monomers consisting essentially of monofunctional monomers selected from the group consisting of esters of a C. sub. 1 - C. sub. 8 monohydric alcohol and acrylic acid, esters of a C. sub. 1 - C. sub. 8 monohydric alcohol and methacrylic acid, and C. sub. 8 - C. sub. 12 monovinyl hydrocarbons, (2) a C. sub. 4 - C. sub. 20 saturated straight chain, aliphatic dicarboxylic acid which is present in an amount that provides about 0. 1 to about 0.

Isbn (Books And Publications)

Ultraviolet Light Induces Reactions In Polymers

Author:
Santokh S. Labana
ISBN #:
0841205647

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