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Jerry Shiao Chung Hu: Power supply with arcing control and automatic overload protection. Trion, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, March 17, 1987: US04651264 (93 worldwide citation)

A power supply with automatic arcing control and overload protection includes an electronic switch in an oscillator circuit with a primary winding of a step-up transformer. A high voltage, secondary winding of the transformer is loosely magnetically coupled to the primary winding. The frequency of o ...


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Thomas O Nagel, Russell M Moyer: Adjustable width product display system. Trion, Schweitzer Cornman Gross & Bondell, March 15, 2005: US06866156 (90 worldwide citation)

An adjustable width product display system which includes spaced-apart front and back display supports formed of an engineering plastic material, suitable for food freezer environments. Formed wire side elements, provided with transversely extending mounting portions, are slideably received in trans ...


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David R Thalenfeld: Product pusher. Trion, Schweitzer Cornman Gross & Bondell, August 3, 2004: US06769552 (89 worldwide citation)

A product pusher device comprising an elongated guide track and a pusher sled slidably guided along the track for urging product packages forwardly on a display shelf. The pusher sled incorporates a housing for containing a coiled strip spring element. The end extremity of the spring is anchored at ...


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Thomas O Nagel: Pull strip actuated pusher for merchandise displays. Trion, Schweitzer Cornman Gross & Bondell, August 2, 2005: US06923330 (72 worldwide citation)

A pull strip actuated pusher assembly for up-front merchandise display, wherein a frictionally restrained pusher sled is actuated by a manually operated pull strip element slideably guided in an elongated base member. The pull strip is confined in a longitudinal groove in the base member, and restri ...


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Thomas O Nagel: Product pusher for merchandise displays. Trion, Schweitzer Cornman Gross & Bondell, May 10, 2005: US06889855 (70 worldwide citation)

A display assembly for the display of merchandise packages with provisions for moving product packages toward the front as packages are removed by customers. A pusher sled is formed of front and back plastic wall panels, joined at the top and spaced apart at the bottom, with side opening notches nea ...


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David R Thalenfeld, Thomas O Nagel, Richard J Wildrick: Shelf organizing system. Trion, Schweitzer Cornman Gross & Bondell, October 9, 2001: US06299004 (63 worldwide citation)

A shelf organizing system for dividing flat merchandise display shelving. An extruded front rail member typically of generally L-shaped configuration is secured to the front of a shelf, providing a vertical barrier wall. A retention channel, preferably including one or more resilient retention flang ...


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Tony G Williams: Electrostatic air cleaner with negative polarity power and method of using same. Trion, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, April 12, 1994: US05302190 (50 worldwide citation)

An electronic air cleaner includes a housing having a fluid inlet and a fluid outlet for creating a fluid stream through the housing. Inside the housing is provided a set of first parallel conductive plates and a set of second parallel conductive plates, herein the first and second plates ar intersp ...


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David R Thalenfeld: Merchandise hook. Trion, Mandeville and Schweitzer, September 28, 1982: US04351440 (48 worldwide citation)

The disclosure relates to a merchandise hook for the display of carded and/or bagged merchandise having highly desirable safety features and being highly compatible with computerized inventory management under the Universal Product Code system. The merchandise hook is formed of a single, continuous ...


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Akio Aoki: Ice hockey glove with removable palm. Trion Corporation, Webb Ziesenheim Bruening Logsdon Orkin & Hanson, July 19, 1994: US05329639 (45 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a protective glove for ice hockey wherein the palm area can be quickly removed and replaced. The glove is formed of a back member covering the back of the user's hand and having the exterior surface of the back member covered with padding appropriate to protect the use ...


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Thomas O Nagel, Joseph F Kologe: Locking attachment for product display hooks. Trion, Schweitzer Cornman Gross & Bondell, October 25, 2005: US06957555 (44 worldwide citation)

A merchandise locking device for retrofit attachment to a product display hook installed on a merchandise display panel. The locking device attaches without tools to the upper wire arm of the display hook for pivoting movement between “lock” and “open” positions. A laterally opening recess in the lo ...