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Gordon D Bell, Ronald E Bratton, Robert J Kennedy Jr, Kendall S Smith II, Roger A Kaye: Hand grip for cooking utensil handle. Lincoln Manufacturing Company, Albert L Jeffers, April 15, 1980: US04197611 (94 worldwide citation)

A hand grip adapted to be slipped over the metal handles of cooking utensils such as pots and fry pans, having particular application to commercial grade utensils wherein the handles are metal and customarily not provided with a thermally insulating gripping portion. The hand grip is elongated and m ...


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Mitchell C Henke, Gordon D Bell, Donald P Smith, Virgil L Archer: Impingement food preparation apparatus. Lincoln Manufacturing Company, Albert L Jeffers, John F Hoffman, July 31, 1984: US04462383 (88 worldwide citation)

An oven for preparing food comprising an enclosure having a conveyor received therethrough for conveying food to be prepared through the enclosure. Positioned within the enclosure and about the conveyor portion therein are duct devices for impinging heated air against the food product, a plenum adap ...


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Mitchell C Henke: Air delivery system for an impingement food preparation oven. Lincoln Manufacturing Company, Jeffers Irish & Hoffman, December 2, 1986: US04626661 (53 worldwide citation)

An improved air delivery system is provided for an impingement food preparation oven including a plurality of air ducts disposed in a cooking chamber, a plenum connected to the air ducts, and a scoop-type fan disposed in a backwall opening of the plenum to provide a flow of heated air smoothly and u ...


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John R Scoville, Richard W Gigandet: Food warming cabinet. Lincoln Manufacturing Company, Albert L Jeffers, John F Hoffman, November 11, 1980: US04233495 (52 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a cabinet in which food packages, such as prepared school lunch packages, can be heated prior to serving, and maintained at a desired temperature before and during serving. The cabinet comprises an upwardly opening well closed by removable lids, a housing connected to and su ...


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Mitchell C Henke: Impingement oven with radiant panel. Lincoln Manufacturing Company, Jeffers Irish & Hoffman, May 27, 1986: US04591333 (52 worldwide citation)

A food preparation oven for baking foods which require less heat energy input into a first surface than into a second surface such as pizzas. A radiant panel is provided which is heated by means of hot air and which is positioned to heat one surface of the food product by radiant heat energy. The se ...


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MacKay Robert Harold: Electrically heated steam treatment device. Lincoln Manufacturing Company, September 14, 1971: US3604895 (49 worldwide citation)

A steam treatment device in which a chamber having an access door is provided for receiving material to be treated. The access door seals the chamber when closed.The device includes an arrangement for supplying water to the chamber and an electrical heating arrangement for converting the water to st ...


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Rhoads Delmar Dean, MacKay Robert H, Krimmel Gary W, Canevello Victor A: Reversible air flow oven. Lincoln Manufacturing Company, Jeffers Albert L, Rickert Roger M, January 21, 1975: US3861378 (49 worldwide citation)

An oven for warming pre-packaged foods is disclosed having a removable bottom portion on which the foods may be stacked in baskets so that warm air may flow across and around the individual packages when the bottom is inserted in the oven. The oven has an upper plenum portion containing a heater ele ...


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Morhack George J: Steam heating device. Lincoln Manufacturing Company, Jeffers Albert L, Rickert Roger M, June 4, 1974: US3814901 (47 worldwide citation)

A steam heating device in which a compartment is provided closed on the top by a tiltable cover or lid. A member forming the lower side of the compartment has apertures therein and a steam generating means is provided underneath the member forming the lower side of the compartment for the supply of ...


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Ronald E Bratton: Air delivery system for an impingement food preparation oven including a conical air deflector. Lincoln Manufacturing Company, Albert L Jeffers, Anthony Niewyk, December 3, 1985: US04556043 (40 worldwide citation)

An improved air delivery system is provided for an impingement food preparation oven including a plurality of air ducts disposed in a cooking chamber, a plenum connected to the air ducts, and a scoop-type fan disposed in a backwall opening of the plenum to provide a flow of heated air smoothly and u ...


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Robert E Lee: Proofing cabinet. Lincoln Manufacturing Company, Albert L Jeffers, Roger M Rickert, March 1, 1977: US04010349 (37 worldwide citation)

A proofing cabinet for treatment of dough preparatory to baking in which an upright cabinet having a swingable front door has support brackets on the inside for receiving trays of dough while in the bottom of the cabinet there is detachably inserted an assembly consisting of a lower portion which co ...