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Kenneth J Kuenzel

age ~61

from Saline, MI

Also known as:
  • Kenneth John Kuenzel
  • Kenneth Kuenzel
Phone and address:
1543 York Ter, Saline, MI 48176

Kenneth Kuenzel Phones & Addresses

  • 1543 York Ter, Saline, MI 48176
  • 237 Michigan Ave, Grass Lake, MI 49240 • 517 522-8967
  • Chelsea, MI

Work

  • Position:
    Clerical/White Collar

Education

  • Degree:
    Associate degree or higher

Us Patents

  • Fluoropolymer Composite Tube And Method Of Preparation

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  • US Patent:
    6517657, Feb 11, 2003
  • Filed:
    Aug 14, 2000
  • Appl. No.:
    09/638472
  • Inventors:
    Kenneth J. Kuenzel - Grass Lake MI
    Edward K. Krause - Ann Arbor MI
  • Assignee:
    Pilot Industries, Inc. - Dexter MI
  • International Classification:
    B29C 4706
  • US Classification:
    15624417, 15624423, 1562722, 1562726, 1562728
  • Abstract:
    Described herein is a method of preparing a fluoropolymer composite comprising the steps of activating the fluoropolymer substrate and thereafter applying a layer of a different polymer to the activated fluoropolymer substrate. The activation step can be described as a mixed gas plasma discharge or an electrically formed plasma. Also described herein are other methods of surface activation including exposure to excimer laser, gamma rays, x-ray flux, electron beam, sodium naphthalate bath, coupling or curing agents, and others. In particular, described is a fuel pipe comprised of an inner fluorocarbon layer having electrostatic discharge resistance and hydrocarbon evaporative emission resistance chemically bonded to an outer layer of a cross-linked polyethylene polymer. There is no need for additional adhesives. Fluoropolymer layers have excellent chemical resistance.
  • Sealing A Fuel Tank Against Hydrocarbon Permeation

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  • US Patent:
    8550287, Oct 8, 2013
  • Filed:
    Dec 13, 2011
  • Appl. No.:
    13/324159
  • Inventors:
    Russell R. Pearce - Ann Arbor MI, US
    Daniel F. Cragel - Livonia MI, US
    Kenneth J. Kuenzel - Saline MI, US
  • Assignee:
    Ford Global Technologies, LLC - Dearborn MI
  • International Classification:
    B65D 6/40
    F16J 15/10
  • US Classification:
    220661, 277649, 220678
  • Abstract:
    A tank connection includes a tank formed with a plastic wall having multiple thicknesses, a first thickness being substantially impervious to hydrocarbon permeation, the wall having an opening surrounded by an edge of the wall, a component secured by a weld to an outer surface of the wall, and seal substantially impervious to hydrocarbon permeation, contacting a surface of the component, and biased into elastic contact with said edge.
  • Fluoropolymer Composite Tube And Method Of Preparation

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  • US Patent:
    20030168157, Sep 11, 2003
  • Filed:
    Jan 30, 2003
  • Appl. No.:
    10/354374
  • Inventors:
    Kenneth Kuenzel - Grass Lake MI, US
    Jerry Smith - Jackson MI, US
    Edward Krause - Ann Arbor MI, US
  • International Classification:
    B29C047/06
  • US Classification:
    156/244170, 156/244230, 156/272600
  • Abstract:
    Described herein is a method of preparing a fluoropolymer composite comprising the steps of activating the fluoropolymer substrate and thereafter applying a layer of a different polymer to the activated fluoropolymer substrate. The activation step can be described as a mixed gas plasma discharge or an electrically formed plasma. Also described herein are other methods of surface activation including exposure to excimer laser, gamma rays, x-ray flux, electron beam, sodium naphthalate bath, coupling or curing agents, and others. In particular, described is a fuel pipe comprised of an inner fluorocarbon layer having electrostatic discharge resistance and hydrocarbon evaporative emission resistance chemically bonded to an outer layer of a cross-linked polyethylene polymer. There is no need for additional adhesives. Fluoropolymer layers have excellent chemical resistance.
  • Method Of Preparing A Fluoropolymer Composite

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  • US Patent:
    55002579, Mar 19, 1996
  • Filed:
    Jul 7, 1995
  • Appl. No.:
    8/499207
  • Inventors:
    Edward K. Krause - Ann Arbor MI
    Kenneth J. Kuenzel - Grass Lake MI
  • Assignee:
    Pilot Industries, Inc. - Dexter MI
  • International Classification:
    C08F 246
  • US Classification:
    427487
  • Abstract:
    Described herein is a method of preparing a fluoropolymer composite tube comprising the steps of activating a formed fluoropolymer substrate by subjecting the substrate to a charged gaseous atmosphere formed by electrically ionizing a gas which contacts the substrate and thereafter applying a layer of a thermoplastic polymer to the activated fluoropolymer substrate. The ionizing step can be described as a corona discharge or an electrically formed plasma. In particular, described is a fuel pipe comprised of an inner fluorocarbon layer having electrostatic discharge resistance and hydrocarbon evaporative emission resistance and on top of and integral with, the fluorocarbon layer an outer layer of a thermoplastic polymer. Fluoropolymer layers have excellent chemical resistance.
  • Fluoropolymer Composite Tube And Method Of Preparation

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  • US Patent:
    59164042, Jun 29, 1999
  • Filed:
    Sep 4, 1996
  • Appl. No.:
    8/707663
  • Inventors:
    Edward K. Krause - Ann Arbor MI
    Kenneth J. Kuenzel - Grass Lake MI
    Jerry J. Smith - Jackson MI
  • Assignee:
    Pilot Industries, Inc. - Dexter MI
  • International Classification:
    B29C 4706
  • US Classification:
    15624423
  • Abstract:
    Described herein is a method of preparing a fluoropolymer composite comprising the steps of exposing a formed fluoropolymer substrate to a flame, then activating the fluoropolymer substrate by subjecting the substrate to a charged gaseous atmosphere formed by electrically ionizing a gas which contacts the substrate and thereafter applying a layer of a thermoplastic or thermoset polymer to the activated fluoropolymer substrate. The ionizing step can be described as a mixed gas plasma discharge or an electrically formed plasma. Also described herein are other methods of surface activation including exposure to excimer laser, gamma rays, x-ray flux, electron beam, sodium naphthalate bath, and others. In particular, described is a fuel pipe comprised of an inner fluorocarbon layer having electrostatic discharge resistance and hydrocarbon evaporative emission resistance chemically bonded to an outer layer of a thermoplastic or thermoset polymer. There is no need for additional adhesives.
  • Fluoropolymer Composite Tube And Method Of Preparation

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  • US Patent:
    55544258, Sep 10, 1996
  • Filed:
    Mar 14, 1995
  • Appl. No.:
    8/403499
  • Inventors:
    Edward K. Krause - Ann Arbor MI
    Kenneth J. Kuenzel - Grass Lake MI
  • Assignee:
    Pilot Industries, Inc. - Dexter MI
  • International Classification:
    B29D 2200
    B29D 2300
    B32B 108
  • US Classification:
    428 3691
  • Abstract:
    Described herein is a method of preparing a fluoropolymer composite tube comprising the steps of activating a formed fluoropolymer substrate by subjecting the substrate to a charged gaseous atmosphere formed by electrically ionizing a gas which contacts the substrate and thereafter applying a layer of a thermoplastic polymer to the activated fluoropolymer substrate. The ionizing step can be described as a corona discharge or an electrically formed plasma. In particular, described is a fuel pipe comprised of an inner fluorocarbon layer having electrostatic discharge resistance and hydrocarbon evaporative emission resistance and on top of and integral with, the fluorocarbon layer an outer layer of a thermoplastic polymer. Fluoropolymer layers have excellent chemical resistance.
  • Fluoropolymer Composite Tube And Method Of Preparation

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  • US Patent:
    57593299, Jun 2, 1998
  • Filed:
    Jun 24, 1994
  • Appl. No.:
    8/265679
  • Inventors:
    Edward Krause - Ann Arbor MI
    Kenneth J. Kuenzel - Grass Lake MI
    Frederick Woodward - Dexter MI
  • Assignee:
    Pilot Industries, Inc. - Dexter MI
  • International Classification:
    B29C 4706
  • US Classification:
    15624413
  • Abstract:
    Described herein is a method of preparing a fluoropolymer composite tube comprising the steps of forming a fluoropolymer substrate, and thereafter layering and chemically bonding the fluoropolymer with a polymer layer, preferably a thermosetting or thermoplastic elastomer. The fluoropolymer substrate can be activated by subjecting the substrate to a charged gaseous atmosphere formed by electrically ionizing a gas which contacts the substrate. Thereafter, a layer of a thermosetting or thermplastic elastomer is applied to the activated fluoropolymer substrate resulting in a stronger chemical bond. The ionizing step can be described as a mixed gas plasma discharge or an electrically formed plasma. The thermosetting elastomer can, but does not have to contain a curing agent. In particular, this invention describes a fuel pipe comprised of an inner fluorocarbon layer having electrostatic discharge resistance and hydrocarbon evaporative emission resistance, and on top of and integral with the fluorocarbon layer, an outer layer of a thermosetting or thermoplastic elastomer chemically bonded to the fluorocarbon layer.
  • Fluoropolymer Composite Tube And Method Of Preparation

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  • US Patent:
    59585323, Sep 28, 1999
  • Filed:
    Mar 14, 1995
  • Appl. No.:
    8/403303
  • Inventors:
    Edward Krause - Ann Arbor MI
    Kenneth J. Kuenzel - Grass Lake MI
  • Assignee:
    Pilot Industries, Inc. - Dexter MI
  • International Classification:
    B29D 2200
    F16L 912
  • US Classification:
    428 363
  • Abstract:
    Described herein is a method of preparing a fluoropolymer composite tube comprising the steps of forming a fluoropolymer substrate, and thereafter layering and chemically bonding the fluoropolymer with a polymer layer, preferably a thermosetting or thermoplastic elastomer. The fluoropolymer substrate can be activated by subjecting the substrate to a charged gaseous atmosphere formed by electrically ionizing a gas which contacts the substrate. Thereafter, a layer of a thermosetting or thermplastic elastomer is applied to the activated fluoropolymer substrate resulting in a stronger chemical bond. The ionizing step can be described as a mixed gas plasma discharge or an electrically formed plasma. The thermosetting elastomer can, but does not have to contain a curing agent. In particular, this invention describes a fuel pipe comprised of an inner fluorocarbon layer having electrostatic discharge resistance and hydrocarbon evaporative emission resistance, and on top of and integral with the fluorocarbon layer, an outer layer of a thermosetting or thermoplastic elastomer chemically bonded to the fluorocarbon layer.

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Schools:
Washington High School Washington MO 1972-1976
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Washington High School, W...

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Graduates:
Sharon Dobsch (1987-1991),
Somebody Guy (1991-1995),
Anthony Weber (2000-2004),
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Kansas City Art Institute...

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Graduates:
Deanna Hevelone (1988-1992),
Rick Dorman (1957-1961),
Kenneth Kuenzel (1979-1983),
Tamio Kuratomi (1988-1992),
Amber Granger (1972-1976)
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South Hadley High School,...

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Graduates:
Frank Brunault (1962-1966),
Margaret Plouffe (1962-1966),
Robert Oconnor (1957-1961),
Kenneth Kuenzel (1972-1976),
Anne Boissonnault (1997-2001)
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East Central College, Uni...

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Graduates:
Kenneth Kuenzel (1976-1977),
Ali Yousefian (1994-1998),
Rebecca Wilson (1983-1984),
William Greenlee (2004-2005)

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