Global Patent Index - EP 0908075 A4

EP 0908075 A4 2000-05-03 - METHOD AND HOT MELT MIX APPLICATOR WITH HEATED HOSE AND APPLICATOR WAND

Title (en)

METHOD AND HOT MELT MIX APPLICATOR WITH HEATED HOSE AND APPLICATOR WAND

Title (de)

VERFAHREN UND AUFTRAGEVORRICHTUNG FÜR HEISSCHMELZGEMISCH MIT BEHEIZTEM ROHR UND AUFTRAGESTAB

Title (fr)

METHODE ET APPLICATEUR DE MELANGE THERMOFUSIBLE COMPORTANT UN TUYAU CHAUFFANT ET UN TUBE DISTRIBUTEUR

Publication

EP 0908075 A4 (EN)

Application

EP 97932545 A

Priority

  • US 9711894 W
  • US 67033296 A
  • US 87717097 A

Abstract (en)

[origin: WO9750278A1] A heating system for a hot melt mix applicator hose (22) and dispenser wand (24) comprises a three phase heating element (30) powered by a generator (166) that is a vehicle alternator (194) driven by an internal combustion engine (52) to heat the hose (22), wand (24), and hot mix material within. A controller (46) communicates with a temperature sensor (122) carried by the hose (22) to selectively energize the generator (166) to provide current to the heating element (30) to maintain the desired hot mix material temperature. The heating element comprises three phase heating element wiring (98, 100, 102) wrapped around the hose (22) and wand (24).

IPC 1-7 (main, further and additional classification)

H05B 3/00; B05C 11/10; B67D 5/00; E01C 19/00; E01C 19/08; E04D 15/07; H05B 3/58

IPC 8 full level (invention and additional information)

E01C 19/08 (2006.01); B05C 11/10 (2006.01); B28C 1/22 (2006.01); E01C 19/45 (2006.01); H05B 3/40 (2006.01)

CPC (invention and additional information)

E01C 19/45 (2013.01); B05C 11/1042 (2013.01); H05B 3/40 (2013.01)

Citation (search report)

Designated contracting state (EPC)

AT DE ES FR GB IT

DOCDB simple family

WO 9750278 A1 19971231; AT 275318 T 20040915; BR 9710454 A 19990817; CA 2258612 A1 19971231; CA 2258612 C 20040921; DE 69730500 D1 20041007; DE 69730500 T2 20050120; EP 0908075 A2 19990414; EP 0908075 A4 20000503; EP 0908075 B1 20040901; ES 2227706 T3 20050401; RU 2163651 C2 20010227