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Raul Guibert: Hyperthermia technique. Sunset, Michael Ebert, August 16, 1983: US04398535 (58 worldwide citation)

A heat therapy technique by which heat is applied to a limited skin area of a patient to penetrate the tissue and produce hyperthermia in an internal region underlying this area without, however, causing undue discomfort to the patient or damaging surface tissue. Applied to the skin area is heated a ...


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Raul Guibert: Portable unit for heating packaged food. Sunset, Michael Ebert, June 19, 1984: US04455478 (55 worldwide citation)

A portable unit for heating packages containing pre-cooked cold food, the unit acting to rapidly heat up the food to a service temperature level and to thereafter maintain this level. The unit includes a case having a rack therein divided by shelves into a series of compartments, each adapted to rec ...


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Raul Guibert: Counter-top oven. Sunset, Michael Ebert, February 15, 1983: US04374319 (34 worldwide citation)

A counter-top oven adapted to effect low-temperature cooking of food at a relatively rapid rate whereby food nutrients and other valuable constituents are preserved. The oven includes a food-receiving compartment having a perforated wall and means to heat air to a temperature well above the cooking ...


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Douglas Cameron, Lorraine Cameron: Air driven water circulation mill. Sunset Solar Systems, Stanley G Ade, Murray E Thrift, Adrian D Battison, August 16, 1988: US04764313 (26 worldwide citation)

A flotation platform supports a mast assembly through which a drive shaft extends having a wind driven turbine on the upper end and a propeller on the lower end situated below the water surface. The propeller is rotated by the wind turbine and causes localized water circulation in the body of water ...


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Raul Guibert: Counter-top unit for heating packaged food. Sunset, Michael Ebert, April 26, 1983: US04381442 (26 worldwide citation)

A counter-top unit for heating packages containing pre-cooked cold food, the unit acting to rapidly heat up the food to a service temperature level and to thereafter maintain this level. The unit includes a case having an apertured partition therein to form a compartment accessible from the front of ...


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Raul Guibert: Localized thermotherapy technique. Sunset, Michael Ebert, June 17, 1986: US04595008 (26 worldwide citation)

A localized thermotherapy technique in which heated air is so projected onto a limited surface area on the body of a patient overlying a problem region as to bring about the rapid transfer of heat energy toward this region to raise the temperature thereof without, however, causing undue discomfort o ...


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Raul Guibert: Galley meal processing system. Sunset, Michael Ebert, May 17, 1983: US04384191 (21 worldwide citation)

A system for installation on aircraft to serve trays containing precooked food to passengers, the food-loaded trays being placed in the aircraft in the cold state and being heated to a service temperature level. The system includes a locker adapted to accommodate a bank of open-end racks, each havin ...


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Bradly M Becnel: Ladder guard. Sunset Ladder Company, Donald D Mon, November 21, 1978: US04126206 (19 worldwide citation)

A guard to bar access to ladder rungs comprising a first and second rigid sheet pivoted together. The upper sheet has an upper hook to hang over a rung of the ladder. The lower (second) sheet has a joggle which enables a portion of it to pass behind a ladder rung and lock means to lock the second, l ...


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Raul Guibert: Thermotherapy technique. Sunset, Michael Ebert, May 26, 1987: US04667658 (18 worldwide citation)

A technique for applying therapeutic heat to a skin surface area of a patient whose threshold of sensitivity is determined by that temperature level of the heating medium to which the patient is continuously exposed, above which the patient experiences discomfort. In this technique, the skin surface ...


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Derrick Bergman, James Harwood: Method and system for locating a lost person or lost personal property. Sunset Advertising Enterprises, Arent Fox Kintner Plotkin & Kahn PLLC, September 21, 1999: US05955952 (18 worldwide citation)

The present invention defines a method and system for identifying and locating a lost person or lost personal property. The invention makes use of a subscription service wherein individuals desiring the locating service may pre-register the individual or property. At registration, the subscribing in ...



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