Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Lets Take a Look

GERS will need time to look at the Tag-along Plants. 

Need to look at relationship with ICM.

Filed against Pacific Ethanol also in Idaho and Eastern California Districts.

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Acknowledged

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SkunK

48 comments:

nobody123789 said...

Anyone heard the discussion about how nothing is going to improve the prospects for the PPS of this company until they rid themselves of YAGI, and that can't happen until the litigation is concluded, and that is a long way off? Therefore, any discussions/hopes above the PPS moving monotonically north in the near term are fantasy? Anyone heard these?

Anonymous said...

Nobody you certainly are a "nobody". Let us have our fantasies, please do not keep reminding us of our greed, stupidity, and avarice -- please. Let us dream a little longer, a dream that must end we know after the reverse split. Please, just a little longer? And please don't joust with Slashnuts, he makes us feel so good.

Anonymous said...

Endlessly. Ever since you got burned in the R/S two clicks back! Sore loser vows vengeance! You are costing us money in your Crusade against GERS (KK). AND putting my teeth on edge!

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Slashnuts said...

March 20, 2014 Assignee: GS CLEANTECH CORPORATION

This Was Just Published Today 3-20-14!$!$

GS Cleantech is GreenShift/GERS...

http://appft1.uspto.gov/netacgi/nph-Parser?Sect1=PTO1&Sect2=HITOFF&d=PG01&p=1&u=/netahtml/PTO/srchnum.html&r=1&f=G&l=50&s1=20140080946.PGNR.&OS=DN/20140080946&RS=DN/20140080946

MULTIFUNCTIONAL BIOCOMPOSITE ADDITIVE COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS

The DDS biocomposite additive when used as a foaming agent has a number of advantages, including, reduction in the amount of thermoplastic material needed through component density reduction, thinner design and material substitution, reduced equipment costs through the purchase of smaller and fewer machines, and fewer and less expensive molds, reduced operating costs through cycle time reductions of up to 50%, reduced scrap rates and lower energy consumption, and the ability to mold thermoplastic parts that are flatter, straighter and dimensionally improved. In some embodiments, the amount of thermoplastic materials used is reduced from about 20% to about 50%. In one embodiment, the amount of thermoplastic materials used is reduced about 30%.

EXAMPLES

[0128] A further understanding may be obtained by reference to certain specific examples, which are provided herein for the purpose of illustration only and are not intended to be limiting unless otherwise specified.

Example 1

Production of DDS Biocomosite Thermoplastic by Pulse Combustion Drying Condensed Distiller's Solubles with Additives

[0129] Condensed distiller's solubles (CDS) was obtained from an operating corn ethanol facility. The measured solids concentration in the material was 32% and it had the appearance of a thick viscous liquid. The liquid was combined with cellulose fibers obtained from a paper recycling stream, industrial grade titanium dioxide, and white latex paint. After drying, the mixing formula of ingredients was 61% dry weight DDS, 25% cellulose fiber, 7% titanium dioxide, and 7% white latex paint solids.

[0130] This liquid mixture was introduced into a P-1 Pulse Combustion Drier (Pulse Combustion Systems, Payson, Ariz) using an impeller pump. The drier was operated at 800,000 Btu per hour heat release and an exit temperature of 180.degree. F. The liquid mixture dried into a light tan powder with residual moisture content of less than 5%. This powder is one formulation of DDS biocomposite additive. It can be used either as the powder or processed further into pellets using standard industrial pelletizing equipment, or granules, using standard industrial granulation equipment.

Example 2

DDS Biocomposite Additive Used as a Compatibilizing Additive with Post Consumer Comingled Recycled Plastic

[0131] A supply of post consumer comingled recycled plastic (PCCRP) was obtained from a plastics recycling line. The materials were estimated to contain approximately 50% styrene mixed with olefins, PVC and other unknown plastics that occur in the stream. The recommended processing temperature for extrusion of this thermoplastic mix was 450.degree. F.

[0132] A single screw thermoplastic extruder with a 2 inch barrel was used to conduct trial extrusions through a rectangular die into a water cooling bath and out of the bath through a puller used to keep the extruded material taut. The extruder was preheated to 450.degree. F. and PCCRC with no addition was loaded into the feed hopper. The material emerged from the die in strings with obvious unmixed sections and discontinuities. PCCRC with a 5% addition of the DDS Biocomposite Additive, as described in Example 1, was fed into the extruder. The material emerged intact with a homogenous appearance. The addition of the DDS biocomposite additive, as described in Example 1, allowed the incompatible thermoplastic constituents of the mixture to combine into a single homogeneous mass.

Slashnuts said...

Example 3

Reduction in Processing Temperatures by Addition of a DDS Biocomposite Additive to Thermoplastic Resins

[0133] In Example 2 the recommended processing temperature of the PCCRC was 450.degree. F. The PCCRC was mixed with 5% by weight DDS biocomposite additive as described in Example 1, and loaded into the feed hopper of the extruder. As the material was being extruded the temperature was ramped down in 50.degree. F. increments and allowed to stabilize at each step. The extrusion energy was monitored by the amp draw of the drive motor and the quality of the extrusion was monitored by inspection.

[0134] The temperature was reduced to 400.degree. F., 350.degree. F. and 300.degree. F. For the first two increments there was no measured increase in amp draw. The extrusion rate and quality of the extrusion product did not change. At 300.degree. F. the amp draw increased approximately 15%. The extrusion product began to show inclusions of material that had not melted and combined homogeneously with the other materials.

[0135] The addition of 5% DDS biocomposite additive, as described in Example 1, to the PCCRC material allowed the processing temperature to be reduced at least 100.degree. F. below the recommended processing temperature with no measurable effect on the extruder energy requirement or visible effect on the quality of the extrusion product.

Example 4

Reduction of Material Required for a Part by Addition of a DDS Biocomposite Additive to Produce Foam

[0136] 11 melt high density polyethylene (HDPE) was used to create 47 inch test disks by injection molding using a 375 ton, multi-nozzle, low pressure structural foam molding machine that was fully hydraulic with a 4.5 inch extruder.

[0137] The first test disks were made using only native HDPE with no foaming agent or other additives. The native HDPE disk weight was 30.4 lbs. The second test disks were made using a mixture of HDPE and 5% DDS biocomposite additive, as described in Example 1. The weight of the second test disk was 22.0 lbs.

[0138] The use of 5% DDS biocomposite additive, as described in Example 1, with HDPE in injection molding reduced the material requirement for the part by approximately 28%. The excess material was displaced by gas bubbles produced by the DDS biocomposite additive, as described in Example 1, during processing.

In one aspect the DDS biocomposite additive can act as a foaming agent. When added to a thermoplastic material, such as high density polyethylene, low density polyethylene, polypropylene, polystyrene, polycarbonate, ethylene vinylacetate, polylactic acid, polyhydroxyalkanoates, metallocene, polyvinyl chloride, and the like, the resulting biopolymer can be foamed, either from a soft form or upon melting, without addition of other foaming or blowing agents. The thermoplastic-DDS biocomposite additive can foam upon extruding, or when used in molding processes, including injection molding. In injection molding, the mold can be partially filled to allow the foaming action of the biopolymer to fill the cavity.

[0119] Without being bound by theory, it is thought that as the proteins in DDS are blended, heated, sheared and under pressure, they release carbon dioxide and/or nitrogen as the proteins uncoil and become more polar. The carbon dioxide and/or nitrogen becomes saturated within the molten polymer under pressure. When subjected to a pressure drop, the carbon dioxide comes out of solution to create microbubbles starting from nucleating sites of the micro- or nano-fiber or protein particles.


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