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Title:
CUSHION RUBBER MAT OR RUG AND A METHOD OF MANUFACTURING GAS EXPANDED MATS
Document Type and Number:
WIPO Patent Application WO/2005/010085
Kind Code:
A1
Abstract:
Cushion Rubber Mat / Rug having special chemicals reside for the formation of air inside the mat. Method of manufacturing comprising following steps. (a) initially rubber sheets are made with Natural Rubber and other chemicals ground in mixing mill with the help of heat rollers. (b) two such rubber sheets of required size are fed into metal mould which pre determined design. (c) the required chemicals for the formation of air inside Mat are sandwiched in these two Rubber sheets which are already placed in the bottom and top plate of the mould. (d) this mould is put under hydraulic press with heating upto 150 Degree Celsius. (e) during these process chemicals, inside the Rubber Sheets get reacted with heat to form air inside the mat (f) after keeping the mould for few minutes in the press, and then the mat is taken out for some final touches.

Inventors:
SANJEEV KONCHERRY SUSEELAN (IN)
Application Number:
PCT/IN2004/000229
Publication Date:
February 03, 2005
Filing Date:
July 30, 2004
Export Citation:
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Assignee:
SANJEEV KONCHERRY SUSEELAN (IN)
International Classes:
A47G27/02; B29D22/02; E04F15/10; (IPC1-7): C08J9/06; C08J9/14; A47G27/00
Domestic Patent References:
WO1994000978A11994-01-20
WO2002057346A22002-07-25
WO2001012426A12001-02-22
Foreign References:
US20020120024A12002-08-29
US2626933A1953-01-27
GB892968A1962-04-04
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Harikrishnan, Ramakrishnan Nair (80 ft Main Road 6th Block, Koramangal, Bangalore 5 Karnataka, IN)
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Claims:
CLAIMS
1. A Cushion Rubber Mat/Rug wherein special chemicals reside for the formation of air inside the mat.
2. A method of manufacturing air cushion rubber mat/rug comprising the following steps. (a) initially the rubber sheets is made with Natural Rubber and other chemicals ground in a mixing mill with the help of heat rollers. (b) two such rubber sheets of required size are fed in to the metal mould which pre determined design. (c) the required chemicals for the formation of air inside the Mat are sandwiched in these two Rubber sheets which are already placed in the bottom and top plate of the mould. (d) this mould is then put under a hydraulic press with heating upto 150 Degree Celsius. (e) during these process the chemicals, inside the Rubber Sheets get reacted with the heat to form air inside the mat (f) after keeping the mould for few minutes in the press, and then the mat is taken out for some final touches.
3. Air cushion rubber mat/rug as described the complete specification and as illustrated by way of drawings accompanying the complete specification.
Description:
CUSHION RUBBER MAT OR RUG AND A METHOD OF MANUFACTURING GAS EXPANDED MATS FIELD OF INVENTION This invention generally relates to agricultural products. More particularly the invention relates to special kind of mats. This invention accordingly relates to an"Air Cushion Rubber Mat/Rug", which can be used as an antifatigue Mat/Rug where people need to stand for a long time to work or do physical exercises.

This invention is due to its typical method of manufacture creating air inside the cavities of these Rubber Mats/Rugs can give a Cushion effect. This is the salient feature of the invention.

PRIOR ART Anti fatigue Mat according to invention can be used in place of work where people stand at work for longer time. The air inside the Mat acts as Cushion, which helps to reduce the fatigue of human legs. This can also be used as protective guard against physical damage to people who practice exercising gymnastics, wrestling. It can also be used in areas of kids/children play room, play ground to safe guard them from injuries.

At the outset of the description which follows it is to be understood that ensuring description only illustrate a particular from of this invention. However, such particular form is only an exemplary embodiment without intending to imply any limitation on the scope of this invention. Accordingly, the description is to be understood as an exemplary embodiment and reading of the invention is not intended to be taken restrictively.

The foregoing description is outlined rather broadly preferred and alternative feature of the present invention so that those skilled in the art may better understand the detailed description of the invention that follows. Additional features of the invention will be described hereinafter that form the subject of claims of the invention. Those skilled in the art should appreciate that they can readily use the disclosed conception and specific embodiment as a basis for designing and modifying other structures for carrying out the same purposes of the present invention. Those skilled in the art should realize such equivalent conception do not depart from the spirit and scope of the invention in its broadest form.

SUMMARY OF INVENTION A Cushion Rubber Mat/Rug wherein special chemicals reside for the formation of air inside the mat.

A method of manufacturing air cushion rubber mat/rug comprising the following steps.

(a) initially the rubber sheets is made with Natural Rubber and other chemicals ground in a mixing mill with the help of heat rollers.

(b) two such rubber sheets of required size are fed in to the metal mould which pre determined design.

(c) the required chemicals for the formation of air inside the Mat are sandwiched in these two Rubber sheets which are already placed in the bottom and top plate of the mould.

(d) this mould is then put under a hydraulic press with heating upto 150 Degree Celsius.

(e) during these process the chemicals, inside the Rubber Sheets get reacted with the heat to form the air inside the mat (f) after keeping the mould for few minutes in the press, and then the mat is taken out for some final touches.

Now the invention will be described in detail with reference to drawings, which accompany with complete specification. The nature of the invention and the manner in which the invention is to be performed is clearly described in the description of the complete specification.

The invention is described with reference to drawings which accompanying the complete specifications wherein Fig. 1 & fig. 2 of the drawings show air cushion, rubber mat-rug when the chemicals react with the heat to form air inside the mat.

Fig. 3 of the drawings shows the air cushion rubber mat stroke rug after completion of the process according to the invention.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF AN EMBODIMENT OF INVENTION The chemicals used in the process of manufacturing air cushion rubber mat/rug is given below 1. Natural Rubber 2. Clay Powder 3. Precipitated Silica 4. Sodium Nitrate 5. Ammonium Chloride 6. DNPT (Blowing Agent) 7. Stearic Acid 8. Zinc Oxide 9. Mercury-F (Cutting Agent) 10. Accelerator (TMT) 11. Rubber Process Oil.

Initially the rubber sheets are made with Natural Rubber and other chemicals ground in a mixing mill with the help of heat rollers. Two such rubber sheets of required size are fed in to the metal mould which pre determined design. The required chemicals for the formation of air inside the Mat are sandwiched in these two Rubber sheets, which are already placed in the bottom and top plate of the mould. This mould is then put under a hydraulic press with heating upto 150 Degree Celsius. During these process the chemicals, inside the Rubber Sheets get reacted with the heat to form the air inside the mat (as shown in figure 1 and 2). After keeping the mould for few minutes in the press, and then the mat is taken out for some final touches (as shown in fig. 3) The invention has been explained in relation to specific embodiment. It is inferred that the foregoing description is only illustrative of the present invention and it is not intended that the invention be limited or restrictive thereto. Many other specific embodiments of the present invention will be apparent to one skilled in the art from the foregoing disclosure. All substitution, alterations and modification of the present invention, which come within the scope of the following claims are to which the present invention is readily susceptible without departing from the spirit of the invention.

The scope of the invention should therefore be determined not with reference to the above description but should be determined with reference to appended claims along with full scope of equivalents to which such claims are entitled.