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Anthony J Decasperis

Deceased

from South Windsor, CT

Also known as:
  • Anthony Decasperis
  • James Decasperis
  • Anthony De Casperis
  • Anthony De
2 Watson Farm Dr, Wapping, CT 06074860-644-8787

Anthony Decasperis Phones & Addresses

  • 2 Watson Farm Dr, South Windsor, CT 06074 • 860-644-8787
  • 44 Breezy Hill Rd, South Windsor, CT 06074 • 860-644-8787
  • 153 Mayflower St, West Hartford, CT 06110
  • Hartford, CT
  • Manchester, CT
  • 2 Watson Farm Dr, South Windsor, CT 06074

Work

  • Position:
    Executive, Administrative, and Managerial Occupations

Education

  • Degree:
    Associate degree or higher

Us Patents

  • Method Of Forming Densified Edge Seals For Fuel Cell Components

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  • US Patent:
    42696429, May 26, 1981
  • Filed:
    Oct 29, 1979
  • Appl. No.:
    6/088993
  • Inventors:
    Anthony J. DeCasperis - South Windsor CT
    Richard J. Roethlein - Stafford Springs CT
    Richard D. Breault - Coventry CT
  • Assignee:
    United Technologies Corporation - Hartford CT
  • International Classification:
    H01M 200
    H01M 488
    B29C 2500
    C01B 3100
  • US Classification:
    156 89
  • Abstract:
    A porous fuel cell component, such as an electrode substrate, has a densified edge which forms an improved gas seal during operation when soaked with electrolyte. The edges are made from the same composition as the rest of the component and are made by compressing an increased thickness of this material along the edges during the fabrication process.
  • Densified Edge Seals For Fuel Cell Components

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  • US Patent:
    43650082, Dec 21, 1982
  • Filed:
    Jul 27, 1981
  • Appl. No.:
    6/287464
  • Inventors:
    Anthony J. DeCasperis - South Windsor CT
    Richard J. Roethlein - Stafford Springs CT
    Richard D. Breault - Coventry CT
  • Assignee:
    United Technologies Corporation - Hartford CT
  • International Classification:
    H01M 200
    H01M 488
    B29C 2500
    C01B 3100
  • US Classification:
    429 36
  • Abstract:
    A porous fuel cell component, such as an electrode substrate, has a densified edge which forms an improved gas seal during operation when soaked with electrolyte. The edges are made from the same composition as the rest of the component and are made by compressing an increased thickness of this material along the edges during the fabrication process.

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