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- Modern glass fibre was invented in 1938 by Russell Games-Slayter of Owens- Corning. •.
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- Russell Games Slayter. It was intended to be used as insulation but later developed into more things. Silica is the main base for fibreglass.
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- Dr. Russell Games Slayter and John T. “Jack”Thomas – will be inducted posthumously into the Hall of Fame on May 5.
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- today, was invented in 1938 by Russell. Games Slayter of Owens-Corning, as a material to be used as thermal insulation.
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- Russell Games Slayter of Owens-Corning as a material to be used as insulation. (Lowenstein, 1973).
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- Tailgate tales: You might be an engineer if ... you went to Purdue
- Then there was Russell Games Slayter. He had a tremendous middle name -- as well being the inventor of fiberglass. He also might be the most well-rounded engineer, seeing as how he played the tuba in Purdue's acclaimed All-American Marching Band.
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- Russell Games Slayter Born December 9 1896 – Died October 15 1964. Glass Wool and Method and Apparatus for Making Same Patent No. 2133236.
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- Russell Games Slayter - Description: Games Slayter (9 December 1896 – 15 October 1964) was a prolific U.S. engineer and inventor.
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