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Linstead Robert S: Barbecue grill assembly. King Seeley Thermos Co, February 6, 1973: US3714937 (45 worldwide citation)

A barbecue grill assembly comprising a lower enclosure member provided with a generally horizontally disposed food supporting grill, an upper enclosure member adapted to be mounted on the first member, and means for movably connecting the upper and lower enclosure members whereby the upper enclosure ...


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Gorrell John H: Method of making patterned metal coatings by selective etching of metal. King Seeley Thermos Co, March 7, 1972: US3647508 (38 worldwide citation)

Web substrates (such as plastic film) are coated with metal (as by vacuum aluminizing) and etched in selected areas of the metal coating. The etching medium comprises an etchant, a body-forming member to trap the etchant, a volatile carrier and a dispersing member which holds the etchant and body-fo ...


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Richard H Seager: Tray. King Seeley Thermos Co, Harness Dickey & Pierce, April 3, 1984: US04440303 (35 worldwide citation)

An improved insulated tray having both of its top and bottom surfaces configured so that either may receive food articles. In addition, the configuration is such that the trays may be stacked one upon the other in a wide variety of configurations. When so stacked, the depressions in the upper tray s ...


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Anderson Gordon H, Atherton Richard T: King Seeley Thermos Co, Harness Dickey & Pierce, July 8, 1975: US3893266 (35 worldwide citation)

In combination with a vibratory finishing machine comprising a generally cylindrical finishing container including inner and outer side walls defining a generally circular finishing chamber therebetween adapted to receive finishing media and work pieces to be finished, means defining an unloading ar ...


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Richard A Tarozzi, Charles Formhals: Portable cooler with side receptacle. King Seeley Thermos Co, Harness Dickey & Pierce, March 10, 1987: US04648512 (31 worldwide citation)

An improved portable cooler construction having a pair of recesses formed in opposing side wlls that define with pivotally supported closure members additional cavities that will be maintained at a different temperature than the main cavity formed in the main body portion of the cooler and in which ...


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Walter H Hoenisch: Ice transport and dispensing system. King Seeley Thermos Co, Harness Dickey & Pierce, August 8, 1978: US04104889 (30 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for transferring ice cubes and the like from a first location to a remote second location, the apparatus including a conduit system communicating the two locations and a source of air for causing ice to be moved through the conduit system between the two locations; the apparatus further ...


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Vance L Kohl, Walter H Hoenisch: Ice dispensing machine. King Seeley Thermos Co, Harness Dickey & Pierce, November 7, 1978: US04123918 (30 worldwide citation)

An ice dispensing machine comprising a rotatable ice storage bin adapted to have ice from a suitable source thereof deposited therein; an ice shearing blade located below the bin and adapted to shear off ice located within the bin such that said ice is deposited in an ice discharge area; an ice disc ...


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Richard H Seager: Handle mechanism for cooler or the like. King Seeley Thermos Co, Ernest A Beutler, June 3, 1986: US04592482 (27 worldwide citation)

A portable cooler assembly embodying a reversible lid with a handle actuated latch mechanism for latching the lid in either of its two possible positions. The body portion of the cooler is formed with an upstanding flange around the lid so that the top of the lid is substantially flush with the body ...


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Robert A Dunst: Ice body supply delivery control. King Seeley Thermos Co, Harness Dickey & Pierce, July 10, 1984: US04458960 (25 worldwide citation)

An ice body supply delivery control for use in preventing undesirable spillage of ice bodies from a supply structure through an access opening thereof when the closure door thereof is pivoted downwardly to an open position. The supply structure includes an inner door in the form of a pivotally mount ...


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Ronald J Mrugala, Doyle Raymer, Dipak J Negandhi, Robert L Latzko: Plumbing module for bottled water cooler. King Seeley Thermos Co, Harness Dickey & Pierce, November 21, 1989: US04881380 (25 worldwide citation)

The plumbing module is a self-contained fully operational unit which provides the capabililty of supplying both hot or room temperature and refrigerated water or other beverages. The module may be adapted without significant modification to a wide range of products and uses, including bottled water ...