US Patent 9913787 - Glycerine Based Jelly Compositions

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2019-04-16

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The disclosure describes a replacement for petroleum jelly as a base for products which is suitable for most any application for which petroleum jelly can be used. The jelly is a glycerine based composition comprising; vegetable derived glycerine and an emulsifier. The emulsifier can be any known and/or commercially available glucoside containing substance. Other suitable emulsifiers together with glycerine and essential or vegetable based oils with or without inorganic fillers may be added to impart desirable mechanical and physio-chemical properties. In addition, temperature stabilizers and stiffening agents such as waxes and other inorganic fillers including silica and clays may also be added during manufacture. The composition includes glycerine preferably present in the range of 50-95 weight %.

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Grune, Guerry, William Wingfield and Martin Oehlbeck (2019). US Patent 9913787 - Glycerine Based Jelly Compositions. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/28754.

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Guerry Grune

Adjunct Professor in the Engineering Graduate and Professional Programs

Guerry has authored over 50 publications and technical disclosures, as well as over 100 U.S. and international patents either pending or granted listing him as either sole or joint inventor. In 2004, Guerry began full-time activities as the Principal of ePatentManager.com, and since then has provided full Intellectual Property development for NC State University (in their Tech Transfer Office), additional Fortune 500 companies including Solvay, Praxair (now Linde), and Exponent and was appointed IP director for Cable Components Group, Ennis-Flint (formerly Flint Trading), AG Essence, and others. 


In addition, US Patents 8,326,851 and 10,262,028 were granted to Dr. Grune that describe a portion of his teaching methodology on patent valuation.


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