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Remo Santacecilia Phones & Addresses

  • 13 Rock Manor Ave, Wilmington, DE 19803 (302) 658-1384 (302) 658-4740
  • 1716 4Th St, Wilmington, DE 19805
  • 13 Rock Manor Ave, Wilmington, DE 19803 (302) 563-0435

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Position: Retired

Education

Degree: Graduate or professional degree

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Us Patents

Nonwoven Webs Treated With Fixed Mobile Materials

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US Patent:
6989339, Jan 24, 2006
Filed:
Aug 15, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/219548
Inventors:
James L. Eden - East Millstone NJ,
Mark A. Cole - Flemington NJ,
Remo Santacecilia - Wilmington DE,
Assignee:
National Starch and Chemical Investment Holding Corporation - New Castle DE
International Classification:
B32B 5/02
C09D 103/00
C09J 103/00
US Classification:
442121, 442 59, 442 97, 442102, 1062061, 1062151, 1062161
Abstract:
The present invention describes a means for fixing skin care ingredients on the surface of non-woven webs and cellulosic mats. The active ingredients can be released (deposited) onto the skin by normal triggering mechanisms, which include the action of water or urine or by friction or rubbing. The fixative systems described herein provide the ability to control high load levels while not interfering with the wettabliity of the fabric or paper. Additionally, incompatible/reactive ingredients can be treated onto the same web and are kept as separate particles fixed to the surface until released.

Method For Treating Non-Woven Webs

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US Patent:
7141108, Nov 28, 2006
Filed:
Sep 8, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/222102
Inventors:
James L. Eden - East Millstone NJ,
Mark A. Cole - Flemington NJ,
Remo Santacecilia - Wilmington DE,
Assignee:
National Starch and Chemical Investment Holding Corp. - New Castle DE
International Classification:
C09D 103/02
C09D 103/06
C09D 103/04
C09D 191/00
C09D 191/06
D21H 19/12
A61L 15/34
A61L 15/50
US Classification:
1062061, 10620501, 1062058, 1062071, 1062161, 427 23, 442 97, 442100, 442102, 442121, 162135
Abstract:
The present invention describes a means for fixing skin care ingredients on the surface of non-woven webs and cellulosic mats. The active ingredients can be released (deposited) onto the skin by normal triggering mechanisms, which include the action of water or urine or by friction or rubbing. The fixative systems described herein provide the ability to control high load levels while not interfering with the wettabliity of the fabric or paper. Additionally, incompatible/reactive ingredients can be treated onto the same web and are kept as separate particles fixed to the surface until released.

Nonwoven Webs Treated With Fixed Mobile Materials

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US Patent:
7306813, Dec 11, 2007
Filed:
Aug 13, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/639845
Inventors:
James L. Eden - East Millstone NJ,
Mark A. Cole - Flemington NJ,
Remo Santacecilia - Wilmington DE,
Assignee:
National Starch and Chemical Investment Holding Corporation - New Castle DE
International Classification:
A61K 9/70
A61K 33/00
A61K 47/00
US Classification:
424443, 424773, 514 23, 514777, 514778, 428 98
Abstract:
The present invention describes a means for fixing skin care ingredients on the surface of non-woven webs and cellulosic mats. The active ingredients can be released (deposited) onto the skin by normal triggering mechanisms, which include the action of water or urine or by friction or rubbing. The fixative systems described herein provide the ability to control high load levels while not interfering with the wettabliity of the fabric or paper. Additionally, incompatible/reactive ingredients can be treated onto the same web and are kept as separate particles fixed to the surface until released.

Low Viscosity Spin Finish Systems For Neat Finish Application

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US Patent:
4066558, Jan 3, 1978
Filed:
Feb 11, 1974
Appl. No.:
5/441265
Inventors:
Barry M. Shay - Wilmington DE
Remo Santacecilia - Wilmington DE
Assignee:
ICI Americas Inc. - Wilmington DE
International Classification:
D06M 1316
D06M 1318
D06M 1320
US Classification:
252 89
Abstract:
Clear, stable low viscosity yarn lubricating compositions consisting of 40-60 percent by weight of a low viscosity hydrophobic lubricant such as butyl stearate and hexadecyl stearate; 20-55 percent by weight of a hydrophilic lubricant such as polyoxyethylene(2-10)fatty alcohols, polyoxyethylene(5-20)nonyl phenols, and polyoxyethylene(5-20)tridecyl alcohol; 5-15 percent by weight of selected antistats such as polyoxyethylene(8)lauric acid, polyoxyethylene(20)tallow amine, and polyoxyethylene(23)coconut fatty acid esters of glycerine, and from 0. 1-5 percent of a polar coupling agent such as water, low molecular weight alcohols and low molecular weight alcohol-ethers are especially suitable for direct application in the processing of polyester and polyamide yarns.
Remo E Santacecilia from Wilmington, DE, age ~85 Get Report