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Anton Braun: Bounce chambers for multi-cylinder linear engine compressors. Alan M Staubly, November 10, 1987: US04705460 (18 worldwide citation)

This invention is a multi-stage compressor embodying a stepped piston in a stepped cylinder and connected through a coaxial rod to the piston of an engine. Control means in a passageway or a conduit extending from the second or third stage discharge of the compressor or any other source of pressure ...


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Anton Braun: Multistage gas compressor. Alan M Staubly, September 5, 1978: US04111609 (13 worldwide citation)

A compact fluid compressor embodying a housing formed of a plurality of stacked sections with relatively large fluid flow passageways cast therein and wherein the overall outline of the compressor's housing is substantially rectangular. This arrangement eliminates numerous external piping and the co ...


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Anton Braun: Bellows seal. Alan M Staubly, December 3, 1985: US04556369 (10 worldwide citation)

A bellows seal apparatus for use in compressors or the like which has pump means arranged and controlled to maintain a desired pressure differential between the inside and outside surfaces of the bellows. It also has a driving mechanism having a connection with a movable end of the bellows and an ad ...


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James Robert Tyrrell: Fluid mixing apparatus. Anton Braun, Alan M Staubly, April 26, 1977: US04019528 (10 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for mixing fluids at a fixed ratio. It includes a large tank for the mixture, a storage tank for an additive fluid and preferably, an intermediate tank having a volume at least equal to the amount needed to provide the desired ratio when the large tank is completely filled with the larger ...


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Anton Braun: Non-friction pressure seal. Alan M Staubly, May 25, 1976: US03958841 (7 worldwide citation)

A seal between compression chambers of a compressor which preferably embodies a relatively long sleeve having an inside diameter only slightly larger than the diameter of a piston rod that extends between and in to the compression chambers. The sleeve is floatingly supported in and sealed against th ...


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Nickolas J Sidaris: Manifold gas valve. Honeywell Minneapolis MN, Lamont B Koontz, Alan M Staubly, September 5, 1972: US3688981 (5 worldwide citation)

A manifold gas valve having a diaphragm valve and an on-off valve controlling gas flow therethrough to a main burner and a pressure regulator valve therein controlling gas flow to a pilot burner. The outlet from the pressure regulator valve communicates with one side of the diaphragm of the diaphrag ...


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Seamus Gearoid Timoney: Directed atomized fuel jet apparatus. Alan M Staubly, May 25, 1976: US03958759 (4 worldwide citation)

A liquid atomizing nozzle for injecting atomized fuel or water or fuel and water into an internal combustion engine or into a boiler. The nozzle has at least one passage for air and one region where turbulence of air is established and at least one passage with an exit for directing liquid fuel into ...


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Anton Braun: Machine drive mechanism. Alan M Staubly, August 30, 1977: US04044618 (4 worldwide citation)

A machine drive mechanism between a power unit and an energy absorbing unit, such as a compressor unit. The power unit may be connected to a crosshead carrying a pair of spaced and inwardly facing racks or to a double rack member and the compressor unit may be connected to one end of a piston-like g ...


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Anton Braun: Compressor. Alan M Staubly, February 26, 1980: US04189958 (4 worldwide citation)

A linear type of compressor wherein a housing section, for enclosing a crankshaft and pinions of a counterbalancing synchronizer, has axially extending support means for the pinions formed integrally therewith through an inner flange also integral with the housing section, so that the holes for the ...


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Anton Braun: Free piston engine fuel feeding apparatus. Alan M Staubly, September 6, 1977: US04046115 (3 worldwide citation)

A two-cycle free piston engine which is adapted to burn various types of fuel but is particularly adapted to burn gaseous fuel. It introduces the fuel through at least one hole in the side wall of at least one cylinder at a location inwardly of the cylinder air intake and exhaust ports so as to be c ...