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Thies Donald E, Bender Stephen A: Cast twin element heating device for a small appliance. West Bend Co, December 18, 1996: GB2302003-A (3 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a new heating device for an appliance such as a coffee urn. Such device has a main heating element and a spaced-apart warming element, both of which are embedded in a common casting. The device may be mounted to and removed from an appliance as a single unit and when mounted, the main h ...


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Belongia David C, Klein Annette T: Automatic breadmaker with wide-loaf pan. West Bend Co, May 1, 1996: EP0709024-A1 (2 worldwide citation)

The automatic breadmaker (10) is of the type having a drive mechanism (119), an oven chamber (19), and a pan (27) in the oven chamber (19). Two kneading members (95) are linked to the mechanism (119) and rotate to knead the bread mix contained in the pan (27). The ratio of pan length (L) to width (W ...


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Kaney Howard W: Terminal block. West Bend Co, April 26, 1995: GB2283134-A (1 worldwide citation)

A terminal block 10 has an insulating housing 11 holding a plurality of electrically-conductive connectors 25. At least a first connector is bifurcated to define a pair of jaw-like wire-grasping structures 43 for electrically connecting a pair of wires 65 to one another. The structures 43 are separa ...


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Belongia David C, Klein Annette T: Automatic breadmaker with plural kneading members. West Bend Co, March 31, 1999: EP0904695-A2 (1 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an automatic breadmaker (10) having a pan (27) which is longer than it is wide. Such pan (27) has a pair of pivot-mounted collapsible kneading members (95) spaced horizontally along the bottom (67) of the pan (27). Each kneading member (95) is coupled to a separate drive shaft (93) exte ...


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Belongia David C: Water distiller with improved automatic shutoff feature. West Bend Co, September 23, 1998: GB2323307-A (1 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a water distiller of the type having a raw water container 119, a heater 67 for boiling water in the container and a thermostat 69 for disabling the heater. In the improvement, the container includes a water cavity 115 having an upper perimeter 109 around a panel 111 and the heater is m ...


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Belongia David C: Water distiller with improved automatic solids-removing baffle device. West Bend Co, September 23, 1998: GB2323309-A

A new baffle device for a distiller has a tubular body 143 and a baffle member 161 fixed with respect to such body. The baffle member has a plurality of apertures for stripping dissolved solids from steam passing through the member. The distiller raw water vessel 15 has a steam discharge nozzle 25 a ...


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Mahood Michael A: Circuit and method for controlling electrical heater in a distiller. West Bend Co, November 14, 1997: FR2748466-A1

The disclosure involves a countertop distiller for home use. Such distiller is of the type including a condensing coil and an electrically-powered water heater. A method for controlling power flow to the heater includes the steps of activating a timer circuit to energize the heater, increasing the t ...


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Belongia David C, Cashin Sally K: Can crusher. West Bend Co, June 8, 1994: GB2273072-A

A can crusher 10 is provided with a can feed hopper 26 having a non linear feed path for a plurality of cans. A power driven ram 14 crushes the can axially to crumple the cans length to about one fourth or less. The crushed can falls by gravity through a discharge chute 28 which is also non linear. ...


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Belongia David C, Klein Annette T: Automatic breadmaker with plural kneading members. West Bend Co, May 1, 1996: EP0709025-A1

An automatic single-loaf bread-maker has a drive mechanism, an oven chamber, a bread pan in the chamber, and a kneading member in the pan and linked to the drive mechanism for mixing bread dough. An automatic controller energises the drive mechanism and regulating the temp. in the chamber. The pan h ...


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Belongia David C, Klein Annette T: Automatic bread-maker with laterally opening wide door. West Bend Co, May 1, 1996: EP0709026-A1

The bread-maker has a drive, and an oven chamber formed by a floor, and by top, front and side enclosing surfaces. The top surface is at a first level above the floor. An access door includes at least one of the enclosing surfaces and a pan in the oven chamber with a kneading member linked to the dr ...



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