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David C Reardon: Network security system allowing access and modification to a security subsystem after initial installation when a master token is in place. John J Goodwin, Albert W Hilburger, April 3, 2001: US06212635 (251 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and process are disclosed by which to disable a computer's access to all or a part of the computer's memory system or associated peripherals, so as to protect the computer from accidental or malicious damage of data files or programs that may result from the activity of computer ...


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Russell P Knuth, William F Carey: Air purification system. NQ Environmental, Albert W Hilburger, December 7, 1999: US05997619 (114 worldwide citation)

A self contained air purification system includes an upright enclosed housing defining a germicidal chamber. A primary filter having a normally upstanding longitudinal axis has outer and inner peripheral surfaces, an interior plenum, and is supported on a base member. The housing has air inlets prox ...


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Kari Appa: Contra-rotating wind turbine system. Albert W Hilburger, August 21, 2001: US06278197 (105 worldwide citation)

Wind turbine apparatus includes an upright mast with support bearings underlying and rotatably supporting a hub assembly having inner and outer coaxial shafts telescopically related but radially spaced to permit independent rotation about a generally horizontal axis. An armature winding is provided ...


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Alexander T Nehring: Universal wall forming system. Albert W Hilburger, November 5, 1996: US05570552 (89 worldwide citation)

A modular wall construction system includes a box-like block form of expanded foam plastic material such as polystyrene having opposite, parallel, spaced apart sidewalls and endwalls extending between upper and lower surfaces and defining an internal cavity for receiving concrete slurry. A plurality ...


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Robert C Petersen: Tactile display apparatus. Albert W Hilburger, October 3, 1989: US04871992 (88 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for providing a tactile display according to which a touch pin is selectively movable relative to a reference surface. An electromagnet distant from the reference surface has spaced poles of opposite, selectively reversible, polarity. A cam rotatable about an axis transverse to the referen ...


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Mark A Tuckerman, Russell P Knuth, William F Carey: Air treatment system. Nature s Quarters, Albert W Hilburger, April 1, 1997: US05616172 (77 worldwide citation)

A self contained air movement system for air purification and infection control includes an elongated upright enclosed housing including a base module, sidewalls, and an upper module. A fan intermediate the base module and the upper module draws unclean air from a room containing the system through ...


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Carol A Eckstein: Handbag assembly. Albert W Hilburger, March 13, 1990: US04907633 (70 worldwide citation)

A handbag assembly according to which a variety of outer decorative coverings can be selectively attached to the main article carrying bag to suit the desired decor. The main article carrying bag, which has a bottom and opposed sidewalls, is of flexible but sturdy construction capable of supporting ...


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Adolph S Franco III: Body transfer unit. Albert W Hilburger, November 24, 1981: US04301791 (43 worldwide citation)

A body transfer device comprises front and rear inflatable support members which can be selectively joined to completely envelop a person's body. When the support members are inflated, the body is rendered substantially immobile. Openings are provided to accommodate the person's face and to enable a ...


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William E Morrill: Hand tool for inserting bone fracture pins. Albert W Hilburger, February 20, 1979: US04140111 (43 worldwide citation)

A hand tool for inserting intramedulary pins in fractured bones of humans and animals. The tool includes an outer sleeve, a hollow shaft coaxially aligned within the sleeve having a continuous spiral groove in its outer surface, a cam follower on the outer sleeve slideably engaged with the spiral gr ...


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Robert E Maston, Donald W Karl, Alvin H Weinberg: System and method for completing electrical connections in an implantable medical device. Siemens Pacesetter, Leslie S Miller, Albert W Hilburger, April 14, 1992: US05103818 (42 worldwide citation)

An arrangement is provided which enables the rapid and effective termination of electrical junctions for an implantable medical device such as a heart pacemaker, a defibrillator, or a cardioverter. A circuit board supporting electronic circuitry is receivable in a housing for the medical device and ...