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Clarence W Olmstead, Fred E Triquet: Sealing grommet. Arco Industries Corporation, Reising Ethington Barnard Perry & Brooks, August 9, 1977: US04041241 (32 worldwide citation)

A grommet of the type adapted to lockingly mount within and seal an opening in a panel and wherein said grommet includes an elastomeric body having a nonelastomeric locking ring imbedded substantially entirely within said body such that the body includes first and second elastomeric annular sealing ...


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Rubright Phillip L: Grommet construction. Arco Industries Corporation, April 4, 1972: US3654382 (30 worldwide citation)

An improvement in the grommet construction shown in U.S. Pat. No. 3,182,119 wherein an elastomeric body is formed with an opening having a sealing surface for engaging a member to be supported by the grommet with a base member of non-elastomeric material embedded in the elastomeric body and having a ...


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Fred Triquet: Steering column boot. Arco Industries Corporation, Reising Ethington Barnard Perry & Milton, May 2, 1989: US04826466 (18 worldwide citation)

A resilient boot assembly (10) of the type for containing a steering shaft (22) therein includes a tubular body portion (12) having a passageway (14) extending therethrough and first and second end portions (16,18). One end of the boot is adapted to attach to a steering gear housing (20). The assemb ...


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DeLisio Michael P, Clement Robert L: Gas cleaning system. Arco Industries Corporation, October 3, 1972: US3695004 (14 worldwide citation)

A gas cleaning system for cleaning gases from an incinerator or the like wherein the gas is discharged at a variable rate including a gas cleaning device such as a wet scrubber that requires gas to be fed into the scrubber at a minimum velocity for efficient operation. A delivery duct feeds the gase ...


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David L Harvey: Self-adjusting punch device. Arco Industries Corporation, Reising Ethington Barnard Perry & Brooks, November 7, 1978: US04123956 (14 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a self-centering device for blanking out or punching holes through relatively thin gauge materials and particularly elastomeric materials such as rubber or plastic.


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Carl J Demrick: Forming and coating apparatus. Arco Industries Corporation, Reising Ethington Barnard Perry & Brooks, December 26, 1978: US04130933 (10 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a new and improved apparatus for the high speed and continuous forming of parts requiring a protective plastic coating to be deposited over a portion of such parts.


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Rubright Phillip L: Composite flow control device. Arco Industries Corporation, Reising Ethington & Perry, April 16, 1974: US3804366 (10 worldwide citation)

A flow control device such as a valve, damper and the like for controlling flow through a duct or other flow passage and including a relatively rigid main body portion composed primarily of a first organic resin material and a sealing portion bonded to the main body portion and composed of an elasto ...


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Rubright Phillip L: Flow control device and method and apparatus for making same. Arco Industries Corporation, August 21, 1973: US3753549 (7 worldwide citation)

A flow control device including a main body portion of rigid, plastic material, and a sealing portion of elastomeric material integrally bonded to the main body portion and projecting outwardly from the periphery thereof. Mounting means in the form of a pivot rod is molded to the main body portion f ...


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Lawrence A Longcore: Gas scrubber with tangential water introduction. Arco Industries Corporation Detroit MI, Barnard McGlynn & Reising, November 16, 1971: US3620510 (6 worldwide citation)

A venturi-type gas scrubber that is improved by the addition of wetting fluid distributing means for evenly distributing a wetting fluid from a fluid inlet onto inner surfaces of a portion of the venturi which taper toward its throat thereby exposing a completely wetted surface to gas entering the v ...


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Rubright Phillip L: Method of making a plastic butterfly valve vane with peripheral seal. Arco Industries Corporation, Reising Ethington & Perry, August 26, 1975: US3901964 (4 worldwide citation)

A method of making a vane for a butterfly valve or the like wherein the vane has a relatively rigid main body portion and a resilient sealing portion on the periphery of the body portion. A movable mold member is heated to a temperature at or above the temperature required to cause liquid elastomeri ...