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Joseph E Pritchett

from Overland Park, KS
Age ~74

Joseph Pritchett Phones & Addresses

  • 6545 106Th St, Overland Park, KS 66212 (913) 383-8337
  • Shawnee, KS
  • Honolulu, HI
  • Kansas City, MO
  • Salina, KS

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License Records

Joseph Lucian Pritchett Iv

License #:
PTC.012355 - Expired
Issued Date:
Oct 26, 2006
Expiration Date:
Apr 25, 2008
Type:
Pharmacy Technician Candidate

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President

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Location:
6545 west 106Th St, Overland Park, KS 66212
Industry:
Building Materials
Work:
Superior Products International Ii, Inc. Jan 1988 - 2011
President
Education:
University of Arkansas 1966 - 1970
Bachelors, Bachelor of Science, Computer Science, Business
Piggott High School
Skills:
Coatings
Manufacturing
Insulation
Corrosion
New Business Development
Paint
R&D
Negotiation
Energy
Business Strategy
Business Development
Construction
Materials
Business Planning
Energy Efficiency
Green Building
Energy Conservation
Energy Management
Metals
Inspection
Surface
Ceramic Compound Research For 20 Years To Find the Insulation Abilities
Interests:
Kansas
Exercise
Home Improvement
Reading
Gourmet Cooking
Univ of Missouri Paint Technology
Home Decoration
Photograph
Cooking
Cruises
Electronics
Music
Movies
Collecting
Superior Products International
Univ of Arkansas
Cats
Travel
Applebee's
Career
Insulation and Corrosion Protection
Investing
Traveling
Shawnee
Languages:
English
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Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Joseph E. Pritchett
Chief Executive Officer
Superior Products International II, Inc
Mfg Paints/Allied Products
10835 W 78 St, Overland Park, KS 66214
PO Box 19149, Shawnee Mission, KS 66285
(913) 962-4848

Publications

Us Patents

Method Of Applying A Heat Reflective Coating To A Substrate Sheet

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US Patent:
7368150, May 6, 2008
Filed:
May 14, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/845547
Inventors:
Joseph E Pritchett - Overland KS, US
International Classification:
B05D 5/00
B05D 3/00
US Classification:
427412, 427209, 427243, 4273722, 4274121
Abstract:
The method includes applying a heat reflective coating to a substrate sheet of construction material and air drying the heat reflective coating on the construction material. The method is directed particularly to the coating of insulation material, such as fiberglass batts, at the time of manufacture, but may be applied to virtually any sheet of material in order to improve the insulation properties and structural value of the material. By completely encapsulating fibrous insulation material with the impervious heat reflective coating, the emission of irritant fiber particles and corresponding health hazards are eliminated. Also, the efficiency of the insulation material is improved by sealing out moisture when completely encapsulated by the coating.

Method For Abating Bio-Hazardous Materials Found In Coatings

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US Patent:
56958129, Dec 9, 1997
Filed:
Jul 8, 1996
Appl. No.:
8/677558
Inventors:
Joseph E. Pritchett - Kansas City MO
International Classification:
B32B 3500
US Classification:
427140
Abstract:
The abatement of bio-hazardous particulate materials, such as asbestos, has a high priority for providing children with a future. The method of the present invention involves abating such materials by encapsulating them in a simple and effective manner. The method uses a special formulation that when applied to a potentially bio-hazardous surface, such a coating on a substrate, seeps into the pores of the surface, encircles and encapsulates the particles. The formulation also bonds the encapsulated particles to the surface of the substrate carrying the coating. The results of the method are complete encapsulation of potentially bio-hazardous particulate matter found in a coating on a substrate, bonding of the encapsulated particles to the surface of the substrate, and finally, the sealed coating is resistant to impact and abrasion.
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