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Robert E Corba, Allen D Miller, D James Musiel, Frederick H Martin, Stephanie Bohrer, Jack E Miller: Assembly for simultaneous dispensing of multiple fluids. S C Johnson & Son, March 21, 1995: US05398846 (207 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for the simultaneous dispensing of fluids from multiple containers in a pre-determined ratio. The apparatus has a pump, at least two fluid containers, a fluid transfer device including dip tubes to transfer fluid from the containers to the pump, a venting system that prevents the creati ...


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Edward J Martens III, John Martin: Tamper-resistant container utilizing a flexible seal. S C Johnson & Son, July 18, 1989: US04849606 (174 worldwide citation)

An open-ended tamper-resistant container has a flexible seal over the oven end. The tamper-resistant container is particularly suited for holding a volatile material for slow diffusion. The container has at least one free-standing rib which prevents downward pressure or squeezing on the flexible sea ...


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Fred L Billman, Russell B Wortley: Stand-up pouch having cross-seal feature and method of making. S C Johnson & Son, September 27, 1994: US05350240 (162 worldwide citation)

A one-piece flexible-plastic fluid container or pouch (130), adapted for containment of a fluid, is disclosed. The pouch (130) comprises a bottom (135) and a pair of sidewalls (132 and 133) that are unitary with the bottom (135). Each sidewall (132 and 133) includes edge margins disposed transverse ...


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Yasuhiro Azumi, Mitsuo Sado: Guidance system for self-advancing vehicle. S C Johnson & Son, R E Rakoczy, J W Frank, April 22, 1997: US05622236 (146 worldwide citation)

A guidance system for a self-advancing vehicle such as a floor washing machine is provided in an arrangement which does not spoil the beauty of, for example, a floor surface, which can be reused multiple times, which is low in cost and which more reliably follows a guidance line. A guidance line is ...


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Yasuhiro Azumi: Controlling system for self-propelled floor cleaning vehicles. S C Johnson & Son, July 22, 1997: US05650702 (132 worldwide citation)

This invention provides an improved method and system for controlling a self-propelled floor cleaning vehicle characterized by the fact that the vehicle has excellent cleaning performance. This method is applied to a floor cleaning vehicle that follows a guidance line located on the floor. It detect ...


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Claudio L K Lins: High alcohol content aerosol antimicrobial mousse. S C Johnson & Son, December 1, 1992: US05167950 (127 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a high alcohol content aerosol antimicrobial mousse which is dispensed as a foam for use as an antiseptic. The mousse composition comprises (1) 85-98% of an intermediate concentrate and (2) 2-15% of a hydrocarbon propellant. The intermediate concentrate comprises from 52-75 ...


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James G Chaussee: Skin conditioning composition. S C Johnson & Son, October 23, 1984: US04478853 (124 worldwide citation)

A non-occlusive base composition for personal care compositions providing enhanced conditioning and protection against dryness includes a panthenyl moisturizer and an emollient which includes a polyhydric alcoholic humectant and a polyether derivative.


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John A Schroeder, Armin L Clobes, Mark E Wefler, Terry L Hygema, Kevin W Smith: Vapor dipensing device. S C Johnson & Son, July 8, 1997: US05647053 (123 worldwide citation)

A vapor dispensing device having an outer shell (10); a one piece electric plug heater block (40) having attached electric plug pins (48), the block being attached to the outer shell such that the block can rotate a predetermined amount around an axis parallel to the plug pins; and a wick (36) in fl ...


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Ronald E Schmidt, Harold H Schultz, Dennis M Wilson: Bulk polymerization process for preparing high solids and uniform copolymers. S C Johnson & Son, July 16, 1985: US04529787 (108 worldwide citation)

A process to continuously bulk polymerize vinylic monomers to prepare low molecular weight, uniform, polymers employs minor amounts of initiator and, optionally solvents, at short residence times and moderate reaction temperatures to provide high yields of a product suitable for high solids applicat ...


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Thomas Jaworski, Jeffrey L Harwig, Mark M Gipp, Kathleen M Laru, Seakee Chen, Fukyuen Cheng, Kamfong Tam: Surface treating device with top load cartridge-based cleaning system. S C Johnson & Son, August 25, 2009: US07578020 (106 worldwide citation)

A robotic surface treating device that can perform carpet sweeping, hard-surface dry sweeping/wiping, and hard-surface sweeping/mopping is disclosed. The robotic surface treating device includes a sweeper brush, a dust bin for collecting debris from the brush, a reel-to-reel sheet of cleaning materi ...