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  • Washington, DC
  • Santa Paula, CA
  • Piru, CA
  • 5260 W 104Th St, Los Angeles, CA 90045 (310) 521-1011
  • Fillmore, CA
  • Ventura, CA

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Company: United chemical corp Address: 3741 E Telegraph Rd, Fillmore, CA 93015 Phones: (805) 521-1011 Position: President Industries: Sporting and Athletic Goods

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Method For Enhancement Of Polyguanide Based Sanitizing System

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US Patent:
57531811, May 19, 1998
Filed:
Mar 21, 1996
Appl. No.:
8/621199
Inventors:
Jock Hamilton - Piru CA
International Classification:
C23F 1118
US Classification:
422 18
Abstract:
The invention discloses a composition and method for the enhancement of polyguanide based water sanitizing systems and for conversion of such systems to alternative water sanitizing systems if desired. The method includes the addition of an enhancing or conversion agent selected from the group consisting of a halogen salt, a Bromohydantoin and a chlorobromohydantoin in an amount to provide a concentration of approximately from 1 to 50 parts per million. Sodium borate and/or polyphosphate may also be added to the system to improve the effectiveness of the enhancing agent. The system may be converted to an alternative water sanitizing system by the addition of a sanitizing agent selected from the group consisting of chlorine, copper, silver, quaternary ammonium compounds, and polyquaternary ammonium compounds, which may be released into the water at a rate of 0. 01 to 1 ounces per hour per 10,000 gallons of water for a period until conversion is complete.

Method To Prevent Algae Growth In Pools And Spas

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US Patent:
52545261, Oct 19, 1993
Filed:
Aug 24, 1989
Appl. No.:
7/397973
Inventors:
Jock Hamilton - Piru CA
International Classification:
A01N 5908
A01N 5926
US Classification:
504119
Abstract:
The invention discloses an anti-microbial composition, and method for its use for the long term inhibition of the growth of algae in swimming pools, spas, and similar bodies of water. The method includes the addition of bromide ions to the body of water in amounts sufficient to provide a concentration of bromine of approximately 0. 1 to 100 ppm. A polyphosphate is premixed with the source of bromide ions in a ratio of from 5 to 15 weight parts polyphosphate to each 100 weight parts of said source of bromide ions. A chlorine containing oxidizer is added to the water in a amount sufficient to oxidize the bromide ions to bromine and provide a concentration of chlorine containing oxidizer of approximately 0. 2 to 10 ppm to safely sterilize the water.

No Drain Acid Treatment Of Pools

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US Patent:
49063847, Mar 6, 1990
Filed:
Mar 20, 1989
Appl. No.:
7/325973
Inventors:
Jock Hamilton - Piru CA
International Classification:
C02F 508
US Classification:
210697
Abstract:
There is disclosed a method for the treatment of confined bodies of water such as a swimming pool to remove scale deposits from the surfaces of the vessel containing the water. The water is acidified with a mixture of hydrochloric acid, sulfamic acid and sodium bisulfate to eliminate its total alkalinity, as determined by a standard neutralization test. The water is continuously or repeatedly monitored for total alkalinity following the initial addition of acid, to insure that sufficient acid has been added. The acidified water has a tendency to gain total alkalinity as the scale deposits are removed during the treatment, and monitoring detects this change, permitting correction by addition of acid. After the treatment with the acid, which can last from several hours to several days, any excess treatment acid is neutralized by the addition of a neutralizing agent which is preferably magnesium oxide or magnesium hydroxide. The neutralizing agent is added to neutralize the acid and is added in a quantity which does not increase the pH of the pool to a value above about 7. 8 to 8.

Algacide And Method For Treatment Of Water

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US Patent:
48469793, Jul 11, 1989
Filed:
Aug 12, 1987
Appl. No.:
7/084454
Inventors:
Jock Hamilton - Los Angeles CA
International Classification:
C02F 150
US Classification:
210754
Abstract:
There is disclosed a chemical algacide composition, and method for its use, to prevent and remove yellow algae deposits in swimming pools, spas and simlar bodies of water. The algacide composition comprises from 5 to about 12. 5 weight percent of a soluble polyphosphate and the balance of an alkali metal or ammonium bromide. The successful use of the algacide composition requires the presence of an oxidizer which is effective to convert the bromide to bromine. This conveniently can be the oxidizer which is used in the water, e. g. , chlorine or sodium hypochloride in swimming pools and spas, or can be an additionally added oxidizer, such as a persulfate, etc. The method comprises the addition of the algacide composition to the water at a dosage sufficient to provide at least 0. 5 ppm of the soluble bromide in the water, and to maintain an active oxidizer in the water.

Method For Enhancement Of Polyguanide Based Sanitizing System

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US Patent:
55275060, Jun 18, 1996
Filed:
Aug 7, 1995
Appl. No.:
8/511843
Inventors:
Jock Hamilton - Piru CA
International Classification:
C23F 1118
US Classification:
422 18
Abstract:
The invention discloses a composition and method for the enhancement of polyguanide based water sanitizing systems and for conversion of such systems to alternative water sanitizing systems if desired. The method includes the addition of an enhancing or conversion agent selected from the group consisting of a halogen salt, a Bromohydantoin and a chlorobromohydantoin in an amount to provide a concentration of approximately from 1 to 50 parts per million. Sodium borate and/or polyphosphate may also be added to the system to improve the effectiveness of the enhancing agent. The system may be converted to an alternative water sanitizing system by the addition of a sanitizing agent selected from the group consisting of chlorine, copper, silver, quaternary ammonium compounds, and polyquaternary ammonium compounds, which may be released into the water at a rate of 0. 01 to 1 ounces per hour per 10,000 gallons of water for a period until conversion is complete.

Production Of Cyanuric Acid

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US Patent:
46455779, Feb 24, 1987
Filed:
Jan 3, 1980
Appl. No.:
6/109358
Inventors:
Lester Friedman - Long Beach CA
Jock A. Hamilton - Los Angeles CA
Assignee:
United Chemical Corporation - Los Angeles CA
International Classification:
C25B 300
C07D25132
US Classification:
204 62
Abstract:
There is disclosed a method for the conversion of urea to cyanuric acid and cyclic by-products which comprises exposing urea in a liquid state to microwave radiation. Urea in liquid form, either molten anhydrous or in solution, is absorbent to microwave radiation, readily converting to cyanuric acid and cyclic by-products such as ammeline and ammelide. The desired products are substantially transparent to microwave radiation and the method thus avoids degradation of the desired products. Conversion of urea with microwave radiation also avoids the difficulties experienced with thermal decomposition that results from the poor thermal conductivity of the crude reaction products. The method thus permits conversion of urea in the form of a layer of urea directly to cyanuric acid and cyclic by-products.

No Drain Acid Treatment Of Pools

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US Patent:
50452118, Sep 3, 1991
Filed:
Mar 2, 1990
Appl. No.:
7/487581
Inventors:
Jock Hamilton - Piru CA
International Classification:
C02F 508
C02F 166
US Classification:
210697
Abstract:
There is disclosed a method for the treatment of confined bodies of water such as a swimming pool to remove scale deposits from the surfaces of the vessel containing the water. The water is acidified with a mixture of hydrochloric acid, sulfamic acid and sodium bisulfate to eliminate its total alkalinity, as determined by a standard neutralization test. The water is continuously or repeatedly monitored for total alkalinity following the initial addition of acid, to insure that sufficient acid has been added. The acidified water has a tendency to gain total alkalinity as the scale deposits are removed during the treatment, and monitoring detects this change, permitting correction by addition of acid. After the treatment with the acid, which can last from several hours to several days, any excess treatment acid is neutralized by the addition of a neutralizing agent which is preferably magnesium oxide or magnesium hydroxide. The netralizing agent is added to neutralize the acid and is added in a quantity which does not increase the pH of the pool to a value above about 7. 8 to 8. 5.

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Jock Hamilton
President
United Chemical Corp
Sporting and Athletic Goods
3741 E Telegraph Rd, Fillmore, CA 93015
Website: unitedchemicalcorp.com
Jock Hamilton
President
United Chemical Corp
Accounting
3741 E Telegraph Rd, Fillmore, CA 93015
(805) 521-1011
Jock Hamilton
President
W.E.T. Industries, Inc
3741 E Telegraph Rd, Piru, CA 93040
Jock Hamilton
President
W. E. T. INDUSTRIES, INC
PO Box 429, Piru, CA 93040

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About:
Born:

1872 • Ayr , Scotland

Died:

1931 • Bristol , England

Work:
Position:

Manager

Skills & Activities:
Sport:

Scottish football player • Association football player • Football League player • Scottish Football League player • Southern Football League player • Ayr United Football Club player • Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club player • Loughborough F.C. player • Leicester City Football Club player • Wellingborough Town F.C. player • Bristol City Football Club player • Fulham Football Club player • Watford Football Club player • Football • Club

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Adelaide, South Australia
Gender:
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Birthday:
1946

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