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Hans H Diekhoff, Andrew F Clarke: Threaded aluminum cans and methods of manufacture. Aluminum Company of America, David W Brownlee, E L Levine, February 17, 1998: US05718352 (102 worldwide citation)

Thin wall metal cans are described having threaded necks for receiving threaded closure to seal contents in the cans. Techniques for forming such threaded cans are also provided.


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Hans H Diekhoff, Andrew F Clarke: Method of making bottle-shaped metal cans. Aluminum Company of America, David W Brownlee, Edward L Levine, October 20, 1998: US05822843 (98 worldwide citation)

Thin wall metal cans are described having threaded necks for receiving threaded closure to seal contents in the cans. Techniques for forming such threaded cans are also provided.


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Bruno Marshall J, Jarrett Noel, Slaugenhaupt Burl L, Graziano Robert E: Purification of aluminum with turbine blade agitation. Aluminum Company of America, Lippert Carl R, October 1, 1974: US3839019 (94 worldwide citation)

Aluminum is purified by chloridizing a molten body of aluminum in a highly efficient manner. High metal chloridization rates are achieved in a system wherein chlorine utilization efficiency is 100 percent or very closely approaches this level. The system includes a chlorine-metal contacting techniqu ...


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Charles L Jordan, Hans H Diekhoff: Lightweight reclosable can with attached threaded pour spout and methods of manufacture. Aluminum Company of America, David W Brownlee, Edward L Levine, January 4, 2000: US06010028 (79 worldwide citation)

Thin wall metal cans are described having threaded necks attached thereto for receiving threaded closure to seal contents in the cans. Techniques for forming such threaded cans are also provided.


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Raymond Joffre Claxton, Joseph Raymond Herrick: Method and apparatus for circulating a molten media. Aluminum Company of America, Andrew Alexander, Carl R Lippert, October 5, 1976: US03984234 (79 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for moving molten media such as molten metal or molten salt through a metal treating system utilizing a vaned disc immersed in the media and located in a cylindrical portion of an open-ended volute so as to provide above the disc a body of the media having an unconfined surfac ...


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Jan H L van Linden, Joseph R Herrick, Michael J Kinosz: Metal scrap melting system. Aluminum Company of America, Andrew Alexander, December 14, 1976: US03997336 (78 worldwide citation)

A system for melting metal scrap in a molten melting media comprises a housing having an upper portion wherein the melting media and scrap are brought together to initiate melting. The housing also has a lower portion in which a volute is located. An impeller, having a central hub, a circumferential ...


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Jan H L van Linden, Raymond J Claxton, Joseph R Herrick, Robert J Ormesher: Aluminum scrap reclamation. Aluminum Company of America, Andrew Alexander, December 5, 1978: US04128415 (78 worldwide citation)

An improved system for melting metal scrap in a molten melting media includes a housing generally cylindrical in cross section and having upper and lower portions. Metal scrap is introduced to a body of molten melting media contained in the upper portion of the housing. A supply of molten melting me ...


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Hans H Diekhoff: Method and apparatus for die necking a metal container. Aluminum Company of America, David W Brownlee, E L Levine, February 3, 1998: US05713235 (77 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for necking an open end of a metal container in which annular grooves are provided on the inner surface of the necking dies to abate sticking of cans in the dies during the necking process.


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James L Filson, Ramesh R Bhave, James R Morgart, James M Graaskamp: Pyrogens separations by ceramic ultrafiltration. Aluminum Company of America, Douglas G Glantz, April 14, 1992: US05104546 (76 worldwide citation)

The method of the present invention for separating pyrogens includes passing a pyrogen-containing liquid through a zirconium oxide membrane on a ceramic support. The membrane on ceramic support preferably includes a porous sintered zircondium oxide membrane on alpha-alumina support.


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Jan H L Van Linden, Jeffrey B Gorss: Vortex melting system. Aluminum Company of America, Elroy Strickland, September 1, 1981: US04286985 (76 worldwide citation)

An improved method and apparatus for ingesting and melting metal scrap that otherwise tends to float on the surface of a molten melting media. The method includes the steps of providing a supply of the melting media and directing the media from the supply to an upper portion of a receptacle having a ...



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