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  • Mansfield, MA
  • Danbury, NH
  • Foxboro, MA
  • South Boston, MA
  • 18 Kendall St, Framingham, MA 01702 (508) 820-3364 (508) 879-6372

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Company / Classification
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Jon I. Montcrieff
Chairman, Secretary
Cameroon One, Inc
Nonclassifiable Establishments · Business Services at Non-Commercial Site
1237 NW 7 Ave, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311
22 Ward St, Boston, MA 02127

Publications

Us Patents

Industrial Fabric Including Spirally Wound Material Strips

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US Patent:
8394239, Mar 12, 2013
Filed:
Dec 10, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/635458
Inventors:
Dana Eagles - Sherborn MA, US
Jonas Karlsson - Halmstad, SE
Bruce Stowe - Neenah WI, US
Joseph Botelho - Lincoln RI, US
Sabri Mourad - Chatenois, FR
Jerry O'Connor - Hopedale MA, US
Jon Montcrieff - Boston MA, US
Robert Hansen - North Muskegon MI, US
Assignee:
Albany International Corp. - Albany NY
International Classification:
D21F 1/10
D21F 7/08
D21F 7/12
D21F 3/02
B29C 53/58
US Classification:
162348, 1623582, 1623584, 162900, 162901, 162902, 162903, 162306, 34 95, 156169
Abstract:
An industrial fabric, belt or sleeve and a method of making the fabric, belt or sleeve are disclosed. The industrial fabric, belt or sleeve is produced by spirally winding strips of polymeric material, such as an industrial strapping or ribbon material, and joining the adjoining sides of the strips of material using ultrasonic welding or laser welding techniques. The fabric, belt or sleeve may then be perforated using a suitable technique to make it permeable to air and/or water.

Industrial Fabric Including Spirally Wound Material Strips

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US Patent:
20100236034, Sep 23, 2010
Filed:
Dec 10, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/635367
Inventors:
Dana Eagles - Sherborn MA, US
Jonas Karlsson - Halmstad, SE
Bruce Stowe - Neenah WI, US
Joseph Botelho - Lincoln RI, US
Sabri Mourad - Chatenois, FR
Jerry O'Connor - Hopedale MA, US
Jon Montcrieff - Boston MA, US
Robert Hansen - North Muskegon MI, US
International Classification:
D06M 10/00
B65H 81/08
US Classification:
28100, 156191
Abstract:
An industrial fabric such as an endless belt or sleeve for use in the production of nonwovens, and a method of making thereof are disclosed. The industrial fabric is produced by spirally winding strips of polymeric material, such as an industrial strapping or ribbon material, and joining the adjoining sides of the strips of material using ultrasonic welding or laser welding techniques. The fabric may then be perforated using a suitable technique to make it permeable to air and/or water.

Coatings For The Manufacture And Application Of Polyhydroxyalkanoate Medical Devices

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US Patent:
20120053689, Mar 1, 2012
Filed:
Mar 23, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/070211
Inventors:
David P. Martin - Arlington MA, US
Said Rizk - Salem NH, US
Jon I. Montcrieff - Boston MA, US
Dennis W. Connelly - Arlington MA, US
International Classification:
A61F 2/12
D03D 15/00
B29C 47/00
B29C 70/22
A61B 17/04
D02G 3/02
D02G 3/36
US Classification:
623 8, 57243, 139420 A, 57 7, 28169, 606228, 2641761
Abstract:
Biocompatible coatings and spin finishes that can be applied to polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHA) polymers, and medical devices made from PHA polymers, have been developed. The coatings impart good lubricity to PHA polymers, particularly to fibers and braids made from these materials, making the coatings ideal for use on medical devices such as PHA braided sutures. The spin finishes can be applied to PHA fibers to facilitate their manufacture, and also for their conversion to other products, including medical textiles. The spin finishes serve to protect multifilament fiber bundles, and keep them intact following extrusion, and also to impart lubricity to the fiber bundles and monofilament fibers so that they are not damaged in subsequent processing steps particularly in textile processing. The coating reduces tissue drag of, for example, braided sutures.

Peelable Antifog Coated Film For Amorphous Polyester Trays

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US Patent:
20130224411, Aug 29, 2013
Filed:
Dec 14, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/715643
Inventors:
Jon Ian MONTCRIEFF - Foxborough MA, US
Roberto SIU - Providence RI, US
International Classification:
B32B 27/08
US Classification:
428 357, 428480, 428341, 428457, 428335, 427322
Abstract:
Described are antifog films useful for packaging food, and more particularly to antifog films that can be used as lidding films in trays made of amorphous polyester. The films may include at least one base layer or film, such as a polyester film, and a heat seal layer. The antifog layer is coated on the heat seal layer. The heat seal layer allows the antifog coating to more strongly adhere to the antifog film. The heat seal layer may be an amorphous polyester layer.

Low Seal Initiation Lid For Rigid Substrates

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US Patent:
20130260122, Oct 3, 2013
Filed:
Feb 25, 2013
Appl. No.:
13/776218
Inventors:
Scott NARKEVICIUS - South Kingstown RI, US
Jon Ian MONTCRIEFF - Foxborough MA, US
Assignee:
TORAY PLASTICS (AMERICA), INC. - N. Kingstown RI
International Classification:
B65D 53/08
US Classification:
428220, 428349, 428337, 428483, 428500, 428457, 428516, 4272082, 525240
Abstract:
A polyolefin-based heat sealable and peelable lidding film. The peelable seal films comprise from 5 to 95 percent by weight of a polyolefin based plastomer or elastomer and from 5 to 95 percent by weight of a second plastomer or elastomer. The invention also relates to methods of making and using the heat sealable, peelable seal films, having improved low seal initiation temperature.

Polyester Cereal Liner With Zero Migration

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US Patent:
20130309430, Nov 21, 2013
Filed:
May 18, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/475125
Inventors:
Gordon Vincent SHARPS - North Kingstown RI, US
Roberto SIU - Providence RI, US
Jon Ian MONTCRIEFF - Foxborough MA, US
Assignee:
TORAY PLASTICS (AMERICA), INC. - N. Kingstown RI
International Classification:
B65D 25/14
B05D 1/26
B32B 27/08
US Classification:
428 366, 428220, 4274071
Abstract:
Peelable extrusion coated barrier films including a polyester containing layer, and methods of making and using peelable extrusion coated plastic films having a polyester containing layer. One embodiment is a barrier film including a base film layer including polyester, and an extrusion coated peelable heat seal layer including polyethylene.

Film Structures Containing A Biaxially Oriented Film With Two Extruded Polyolefin Layers

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US Patent:
20140017474, Jan 16, 2014
Filed:
Mar 14, 2013
Appl. No.:
13/804304
Inventors:
Gordon Vincent SHARPS - N. Kingstown RI, US
Jon Ian MONTCRIEFF - Foxborough MA, US
Roberto SIU - Providence RI, US
John HOLOVACH - N. Kingstown RI, US
Paige MANUEL - N. Kingstown RI, US
Assignee:
TORAY PLASTICS (AMERICA), INC. - N. Kingstown RI
International Classification:
B65D 65/40
US Classification:
428220, 428349, 428339, 15624411, 15624424
Abstract:
Film structures containing a biaxially oriented film with an extruded polyolefin layer on each side of the biaxially oriented film are obtained. One polyolefin layer may, for example, be fin sealed to exhibit a peelable heat sealable performance. The other polyolefin layer may exhibit a paper like appearance and may be lap sealable.

Coatings For The Manufacture And Application Of Polyhydroxyalkanoate Medical Devices

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US Patent:
20140046351, Feb 13, 2014
Filed:
Oct 18, 2013
Appl. No.:
14/057024
Inventors:
Said Rizk - Windham NH, US
Jon I. Montcrieff - Foxborough MA, US
Dennis W. Connelly - Arlington MA, US
Assignee:
Tepha, Inc. - Lexington MA
International Classification:
A61L 31/10
D01G 99/00
A61L 31/06
US Classification:
606151, 19 66 R
Abstract:
Biocompatible coatings and spin finishes that can be applied to polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHA) polymers, and medical devices made from PHA polymers, have been developed. The coatings impart good lubricity to PHA polymers, particularly to fibers and braids made from these materials, making the coatings ideal for use on medical devices such as PHA braided sutures. The spin finishes can be applied to PHA fibers to facilitate their manufacture, and also for their conversion to other products, including medical textiles. The spin finishes serve to protect multifilament fiber bundles, and keep them intact following extrusion, and also to impart lubricity to the fiber bundles and monofilament fibers so that they are not damaged in subsequent processing steps particularly in textile processing. The coating reduces tissue drag of, for example, braided sutures.
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