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Thomas Slawson, ~55978 Meadows Ln, Jefferson, OR 97352

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978 Meadows Ln, Jefferson, OR 97352    503-3995441   

Auke Bay, AK   

Livingston, MT   

1811 Santa Fe Dr, Naperville, IL 60563    630-3559377   

Crest Hill, IL   

Owenton, KY   

Victor, MT   

Lemont, IL   

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Licence: Virginia - Authorized to practice law Date: 1989

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Thomas Michael Slawson - Lawyer

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Cement Based Armor Panel System

US Patent:
8061257, Nov 22, 2011
Filed:
Feb 27, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/394564
Inventors:
Timothy D. Tonyan - Wheaton IL,
William A. Frank - Lake Villa IL,
Ashish Dubey - Grayslake IL,
Kumar Natesaiyer - Grayslake IL,
Bartley P. Durst - Clinton MS,
Pamela G. Kinnebrew - Vicksburg MS,
Toney K. Cummins - Vicksburg MS,
Nicholas Boone - Vicksburg MS,
William F. Heard - Clinton MS,
Michael J. Roth - Raymond MS,
Thomas Slawson - Vicksburg MS,
James L. Davis - Vicksburg MS,
Ryan Stinson - Vicksburg MS,
Carol F. Johnson - Vicksburg MS,
Assignee:
United States Gypsum Company - Chicago IL
International Classification:
F41H 5/02
US Classification:
89 3602, 89901, 89903, 89920, 428911, 109 495
Abstract:
A cementitious armor panel assembly including cementitious armor panel with ballistic and blast resistant properties attached to a frame structure to produce a protective structure. The cementitious armor panels have a continuous phase resulting from the curing of an aqueous mixture of an inorganic cement binder, an inorganic mineral filler having a particle size of about 150-450 microns, a pozzolanic mineral filler, a polycarboxylate based superplasticizer self-leveling agent, and water. The mixture may also contain alkanolamine, and acid or acid salt. Prior to curing, the continuous phase is reinforced with fiber uniformly distributed in the continuous phase before it is cured to form the panel. The panel may be reinforced with a skin attached to at least one surface of the panel.

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