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Tina Urso: Quick-donning head harness assembly. Figgie International, Hodgson Russ Andrews Woods & Goodyear, December 3, 1991: US05069205 (210 worldwide citation)

A quick-donning head harness assembly (10) used in combination with a respirator face mask assembly (12) of the type including a rigid facepiece (14) and a flexible face seal (16), which head harness assembly and face mask assembly may be quickly donned and adjusted without becoming entangled with t ...


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James E Nelson, Valentine A Castro, Noemi Esparza: Half-face mask assembly. Figgie International, Hodgson Russ Andrews Woods & Goodyear, October 2, 1990: US04960121 (150 worldwide citation)

An improved half-face mask assembly (10) which can be easily donned and doffed. The assembly includes a hard shell (12), a rubber-like face seal (14), a head harness assembly (16) and two harness anchors and adjusters (18). These parts can be readily assembled or disassembled. Face seals of differin ...


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William K Ansite, James H Ryder: Unified filter and connector housing assembly incorporating a diversion valve. Figgie International, Christel Bean & Linihan, June 11, 1985: US04522639 (134 worldwide citation)

A unified filter and connector housing (24) incorporating a diversion valve assembly (74), the housing assembly being usable with a protective breathing mask assembly (12) of the type requiring separate breathing gas and ventilating gas supply lines (18 and 20). The housing assembly includes first a ...


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Douglas R Kralik: Inflatable padded game ball. Figgie International, Senniger Powers Leavitt and Roedel, April 28, 1987: US04660831 (81 worldwide citation)

An inflatable padded game ball, such as a football, having an outer carcass, a padding inside the carcass, a liner inside the padding and a bladder inside the liner. The liner is so dimensioned relative to the carcass that the liner establishes the final dimensions of the ball when the bladder is in ...


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Robert E Piljay, Loyal G Netteland: Pneumatic head harness. Figgie International, Christel Bean & Linihan, March 20, 1984: US04437462 (67 worldwide citation)

An inflatable head harness for quickly orienting and securing a device, such as a respiratory mask, in position on the head of a user. The harness comprises a loop to fit around the head, the loop having a longitudinally elastically extensible outer tube and a folded, inflatable, substantially inela ...


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Mark E Mitchell: Inflatable padded game ball. Figgie International, Senniger Powers Leavitt and Roedel, July 31, 1984: US04462590 (65 worldwide citation)

An inflatable padded game ball comprising an inner bladder assembly and an outer carcass enclosing the bladder assembly. The carcass comprises an outer cover of relatively tough durable material, padding on the inside of the cover, and a liner on the inside of the padding. The inner bladder assembly ...


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James W Glenn, Joseph C Brown: Signal pattern encoder and classifier. Figgie International, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, November 18, 1986: US04624009 (60 worldwide citation)

An improved acoustic signal recognition system, suitable for speech or other acoustic pattern recognition, features data compression of original signal data to reduce requirements for data storage and comparison, as well as reduce recognition errors, the data is compressed by discarding signal spect ...


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William K Ansite: Mask assembly. Figgie International, Christel Bean & Linihan, January 22, 1985: US04494538 (59 worldwide citation)

A mask assembly (10) adapted for use with a portable ventilator/resuscitator (30) and which is adapted to be either placed directly over a patient's face or to be connected to a gas mask (18) worn by the patient, the gas mask having an inlet and an exhalation valve (26). The mask assembly includes a ...


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William K Ansite: Combined pressure compensating exhalation and anti-suffocation valve. Figgie International, Christel Bean & Linihan, August 19, 1986: US04606340 (55 worldwide citation)

A combined pressure compensated exhalation and anti-suffocation valve assembly of the type which may find utility in an aviator's breathing mask. The valve assembly (14) includes a valve body (20) provided with an exhaust port (44) and a compensated pressure chamber (62) in communication with the ma ...


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Hal D Mitchell: Shock attenuation structure. Figgie International, Senniger Powers Leavitt and Roedel, December 9, 1986: US04627114 (53 worldwide citation)

A shock attenuation structure having a breadth greater than its thickness and a breadthwise cross section comprising a series of layers arranged side-by-side. The series of layers comprises a first plurality of layers of shock-absorbing material having a relatively high resistance to compression and ...