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Craig Hoyme Phones & Addresses

  • Fall Branch, TN
  • 508 Mitchell Rd, Kingsport, TN 37663 (423) 239-7351
  • 8417 39Th St, Minneapolis, MN 55427 (763) 593-9860
  • Luverne, MN
  • 104 Rosecliff Dr, Fall Branch, TN 37656 (423) 239-7351

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Position: Protective Service Occupations

Education

Degree: Bachelor's degree or higher

Publications

Us Patents

Process For The Recovery Of A Phytolipid Composition

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US Patent:
7416756, Aug 26, 2008
Filed:
Sep 10, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/659620
Inventors:
George Chester Zima - Kingsport TN,
Terry Ann Oldfield - Kingsport TN,
Suzanne Winegar Dobbs - Kingsport TN,
Phillip Michael Cook - Kingsport TN,
Charles Everette Kelly - Kingsport TN,
Mary Caraway Crow - Kingsport TN,
Craig Alan Hoyme - Kingsport TN,
Assignee:
Eastman Chemical Company - Kingsport TN
International Classification:
A23D 9/00
A61Q 1/04
A23L 2/00
A61K 47/44
C11B 3/12
US Classification:
426611, 426494, 426601, 426590, 424439, 424 63, 424 64
Abstract:
Disclosed is a process for the recovery of a phytolipid composition from a vegetable oil by-product. The phytolipid composition produced comprises squalene, phytosterols, mixed tocopherols and tocotrieneols, and vegetable wax and is useful as an emollient. The phytochemical composition may be applied directly to the skin to provide emolliency. Alternatively, the phytolipid composition may be formulated in various aqueous or anhydrous cosmetic compositions such as creams, lotions, gels, ointments, lip balms, sticks, or pencils for treatment of the skin and lips. The phytolipid composition also may be incorporated into foods, beverages, and nutraceuticals to provide health benefits.

Process For The Recovery Of A Phytolipid Composition

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US Patent:
7491412, Feb 17, 2009
Filed:
May 12, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/844074
Inventors:
George Chester Zima - Kingsport TN,
Terry Ann Oldfield - Kingsport TN,
Suzanne Winegar Dobbs - Kingsport TN,
Phillip Michael Cook - Kingsport TN,
Charles Everette Kelly - Kingsport TN,
Mary Caraway Crow - Kingsport TN,
Craig Alan Hoyme - Kingsport TN,
Assignee:
Eastman Chemical Company - Kingsport TN
International Classification:
A01N 65/00
A01N 43/16
US Classification:
424725, 514458
Abstract:
Disclosed is a process for the recovery of a phytolipid composition from a vegetable oil by-product. The phytolipid composition produced comprises squalene, phytosterols, mixed tocopherols and tocotrieneols, and vegetable wax and is useful as an emollient. The phytochemical composition may be applied directly to the skin to provide emolliency. Alternatively, the phytolipid composition may be formulated in various aqueous or anhydrous cosmetic compositions such as creams, lotions, gels, ointments, lip balms, sticks, or pencils for treatment of the skin and lips. The phytolipid composition also may be incorporated into foods, beverages, and nutraceuticals to provide health benefits.

Reactive Distillation Process For Hydrolysis Of Esters

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US Patent:
2002007, Jun 20, 2002
Filed:
Oct 13, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/976764
Inventors:
Craig Hoyme - Kingsport TN,
Edwin Holcombe - Cogan Station PA,
International Classification:
C07C051/09
B01D003/34
US Classification:
562/512000, 203/028000
Abstract:
A process for hydrolyzing an alkyl ester to produce a carboxylic acid product and an ether product, the process includes the steps of introducing into a reaction zone of a reactive distillation column a feed containing the alkyl ester wherein the reaction zone is at a temperature and pressure to preferentially produce an ether from the ester; and recovering the ether and the carboxylic acid.

Process For The Recovery Of A Phytolipid Composition

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US Patent:
2008013, Jun 12, 2008
Filed:
Feb 22, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/035905
Inventors:
George Chester Zima - Kingsport TN,
Terry Ann Oldfield - Kingsport TN,
Suzanne Winegar Dobbs - Kingsport TN,
Phillip Michael Cook - Kingsport TN,
Charles Everette Kelly - Kingsport TN,
Mary Caraway Crow - Kingsport TN,
Craig Alan Hoyme - Kingsport TN,
Assignee:
EASTMAN CHEMICAL COMPANY - Kingsport TN
International Classification:
A61K 36/00
A61Q 5/00
US Classification:
424750
Abstract:
Disclosed is a process for the recovery of a phytolipid composition from a vegetable oil by-product. The phytolipid composition produced comprises squalene, phytosterols, mixed tocopherols and tocotrieneols, and vegetable wax and is useful as an emollient. The phytochemical composition may be applied directly to the skin to provide emolliency. Alternatively, the phytolipid composition may be formulated in various aqueous or anhydrous cosmetic compositions such as creams, lotions, gels, ointments, lip balms, sticks, or pencils for treatment of the skin and lips. The phytolipid composition also may be incorporated into foods, beverages, and nutraceuticals to provide health benefits.

Process For The Recovery Of A Phytolipid Composition

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US Patent:
2009009, Apr 9, 2009
Filed:
Dec 12, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/333726
Inventors:
George Chester Zima - Kingsport TN,
Terry Ann Oldfield - Kingsport TN,
Suzanne Winegar Dobbs - Kingsport TN,
Phillip Michael Cook - Kingsport TN,
Charles Everette Kelly - Kingsport TN,
Mary Caraway Crow - Kingsport TN,
Craig Alan Hoyme - Kingsport TN,
Assignee:
Eastman Chemical Company - Kingsport TN
International Classification:
A61K 8/92
A61K 31/56
A61Q 19/00
A23D 7/00
A23L 2/38
US Classification:
424725, 426612, 426590, 426592
Abstract:
Disclosed is a process for the recovery of a phytolipid composition from a vegetable oil by-product. The phytolipid composition produced comprises squalene, phytosterols, mixed tocopherols and tocotrieneols, and vegetable wax and is useful as an emollient. The phytochemical composition may be applied directly to the skin to provide emolliency. Alternatively, the phytolipid composition may be formulated in various aqueous or anhydrous cosmetic compositions such as creams, lotions, gels, ointments, lip balms, sticks, or pencils for treatment of the skin and lips. The phytolipid composition also may be incorporated into foods, beverages, and nutraceuticals to provide health benefits.

Process For Isolating Crystallized 2,2,4,4-Tetramethyl-1,3-Cyclobutanediol (Tmcd) Particles Utilizing Pressure Filtration

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US Patent:
2012015, Jun 21, 2012
Filed:
Dec 19, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/330052
Inventors:
Kenny Randolph Parker - Afton TN,
Craig Alan Hoyme - Kingsport TN,
Assignee:
EASTMAN CHEMICAL COMPANY - Kingsport TN
International Classification:
C07C 29/76
US Classification:
568839
Abstract:
A method for isolating 2,2,4,4-tetramethyl-1,3-cyclobutanediol (TMCD) solids from an isolated feed slurry formed in a TMCD process comprising TMCD, a liquid phase, and impurities by (a) treating the isolated feed slurry in a product isolation zone to produce an isolated TMCD product wet cake, a mother liquor, and impurities; wherein the product isolation zone can comprise at least one rotary pressure drum filter.
Craig A Hoyme from Fall Branch, TN, age ~52 Get Report