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Marinaccio Paul J, Knight Rodney A: Process for producing microporous films and products. AMF Incorporated, Price George W, Worth Charles J, April 8, 1975: US3876738 (179 worldwide citation)

Microporous films are produced by a process of quenching a polymer solution cast in a quench bath containing a non-solvent system for the polymer to form micropores in the resulting polymer film.


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V Walter Kowalski: Method and apparatus for testing and using membrane filters in an on site of use housing. AMF Incorporated, David E Dougherty, Charles J Worth, May 24, 1983: US04384474 (89 worldwide citation)

An improved method and apparatus for controlled pressure testing at least one membrane filter in an on site of use housing, and to simultaneously test a plurality of membrane filters in a covered common housing at the site of use to independently determine by visual flow indicators if each filter is ...


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John J Allard, Robert A Heinzen: Defrosting system using actual defrosting time as a controlling parameter. AMF Incorporated, George W Price, John H Gallagher, February 24, 1981: US04251988 (80 worldwide citation)

An automatic defrost system in which the actual defrost time of an evaporator coil, for example, is the controlling parameter for establishing a defrost cycle. The system automatically adjusts itself so that a predetermined amount of frost builds up in the frost accumulating period.


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Loran R Hill, Steven E Titcomb: Ear lobe clip with heart beat sensor. AMF Incorporated, David E Dougherty, Walter Lewis, June 15, 1982: US04334544 (79 worldwide citation)

A pair of generally parallel spaced plastic arms are pivoted to each other at their central portions by interleaved pairs of tabs having a pivot pin extending therethrough. A light coil spring on the pivot pin biases one pair of opposite ends of the arms into light engagement for clipping them on to ...


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Eugene A Ostreicher: Particulate filter medium and process. AMF Incorporated, George W Price, Charles J Worth, February 8, 1977: US04007113 (74 worldwide citation)

Improved filter media comprised of negatively charged high surface area particulate filter material the surface of which is modified with a melamine-formaldehyde cationic colloid; processes for the preparation thereof; and use in liquid filtration to remove submicron contaminants including negativel ...


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Kenneth C Hou, Eugene A Ostreicher: Filter and method of making same. AMF Incorporated, George W Price, Michael E Zall, January 5, 1982: US04309247 (69 worldwide citation)

Filter media sheets comprising particulate retention aid consisting of cellulose pulp of +100 to -100 Canadian Standard Freeness, and method of making the same.


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Eugene A Ostreicher, Kenneth C Hou: Filter and method of making same. AMF Incorporated, George W Price, Michael Zall, December 15, 1981: US04305782 (68 worldwide citation)

A filter media sheet comprising fine particulate and a self-bonding matrix of cellulose fiber, the surfaces of at least one of which are modified with cationic colloidal silica.


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Eugene A Ostreicher: Fibrous filter medium and process. AMF Incorporated, George W Price, Charles J Worth, February 8, 1977: US04007114 (66 worldwide citation)

Improved filter media comprised of negatively charged high surface area fibrous filter material the surface of which is modified by treatment with a melamine-formaldehyde cationic colloid, processes for the production thereof, and use in liquid filtration to remove submicron contaminants including n ...


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Charles R Longabaugh: Method and apparatus for controlling cooking cycles in a cooking system. AMF Incorporated, Willian Brinks Olds Hofer Gilson & Lione, January 13, 1987: US04636949 (59 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for controlling the operation of a commercial deep-fryer cooker as used in preparing fried chicken or other food products. The controller (11), according to the invention, has been designed to control essentially all aspects of the cooking process and includes a number of featur ...


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John Herbert Day: Cigarette package inspection apparatus. AMF Incorporated, George W Price, Charles J Worth, October 11, 1977: US04053056 (53 worldwide citation)

Inspection and conveyor apparatus have a pair of laterally spaced, substantially parallel endless belt conveyors engaging the top and bottom ends of cigarette packs and moving the packs through an inspection station and past a rejection station to a delivery station, electro-optical means programmed ...