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Tony M Quisenberry, Fred E Wahlenmeier: Receptacle for receiving infectious waste material. Winfield Corporation, Arnold White & Durkee, October 17, 1989: US04874103 (114 worldwide citation)

A receptacle for receiving hazardous or infectious waste material which is nonreleasably sealable to prevent spillage or contamination. The receptacle includes a lower, imperforate base container for receiving and holding the waste material. A cover is provided which engages the base container in a ...


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Gene L Stewart: Method and apparatus for cleanly storing and disposing of discarded articles. Winfield Corporation, Nydegger & Harshman, February 27, 1990: US04903832 (36 worldwide citation)

A system for cleanly storing and disposing of discarded and potentially contaminated articles comprises a disposable receptacle of specialized design and a selectively operable mount for securing the receptacle to a support while in use. The receptacle prior to assembly and deployment on the mount i ...


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Robert S Meijer: Method for sterilizing and disposing of infectious waste. Winfield Corporation, Nydegger & Associates, February 18, 1992: US05089228 (32 worldwide citation)

A method for sterilizing infectious waste includes placing the waste in a disposal apparatus which has an isolated volume for holding the waste. A dry granulated medium which has a disinfectant constituent is also placed within the isolated volume along with the waste. When the disposal apparatus is ...


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Gene L Stewart: Waste management system. Winfield Corporation, Charles H Schwartz, Ellsworth R Roston, January 20, 1987: US04637545 (23 worldwide citation)

A waste management system, including, a module forming a hollow cover having an open base and with the module including a passageway for receiving medical waste from the exterior to the interior. A disposable container is received within the open base of the module to have the container enclosed by ...


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Thomas E Beling, Wayne M Spani: Ferromagnetic object detector with comparison of signal maximums from a pair of detection coils. Winfield Corporation, Nydegger & Associates, March 19, 1991: US05001425 (19 worldwide citation)

A device for detecting the passage of a ferromagnetic object through a predetermined space has a substantially circular base which circumscribes the space. An inner detector coil and an outer detector coil are concentrically mounted in coplanarity on the base. Voltages are induced on the coils in re ...


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William E Mullane, David Lund: Battery intercell connection by induction heating. The Taylor Winfield Corporation, William J Ruano, February 10, 1987: US04642442 (11 worldwide citation)

A method of making intercell connections in a lead-acid storage battery. The battery has a plurality of pairs of vertical risers of lead or other readily feasible material, each pair sandwiching an electrically insulating vertical partition. The method comprises forming a horizontal hole in a partit ...


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Richard Challenger, William E Mullane: Adhesive spot curing press and method for metallic parts. The Taylor Winfield Corporation, William J Ruano, July 9, 1985: US04528057 (9 worldwide citation)

An adhesive bonding press having a "C" frame which mounts upper and lower platens, one of which supports an induction coil mounted in a non-metallic tube. Adhesive is applied to coat the top surface of a lower metallic plate supported on the lower platen, after which a second metallic plate is laid ...


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Robert P Matteson: Electric resistance welder having capability of consistent seam welding and heat-treating. Taylor Winfield Corporation, Fay Sharpe Beall Fagan Minnich & McKee, October 14, 1997: US05676862 (6 worldwide citation)

An electric resistance welder welds, hot reduces, tempers and planishes overlapped metal workpieces. The welder incorporates two transformers (50, 60) which are connected to two sets of wheel electrodes (26, 28 and 36, 38). Electric current from a first transformer (50) flows through workpieces (16) ...