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Henri J Marais, Kevin M Morrison: Intravenous vascular stabilizer. Barlow & Barlow, February 23, 1982: US04316461 (172 worldwide citation)

This invention provides a vascular stabilizer in which a base plate that has a major medial longitudinal aperture or slot is adapted to be positioned so that the edges of the slot embrace a vein. The slot is defined by an arched connector or hood portion to rigify the slot and to protect a needle-ty ...


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James E Hollis: Sole plate secured to club head by screws of different specific gravities. Bancroft Racket Company A corporation of Rhode Island, Barlow & Barlow, January 19, 1971: US3556533 (149 worldwide citation)

A golf club having a wooden head with the sole plate attached to the bottom of the head by screws, the heads of which screws are exposed, the fastening screws being selected from different materials and, therefore, of different weights for providing the desired balance of the head while at the same ...


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John Thomas Wilkins: Floor treating machines. R G Dixon & Company, Barlow & Barlow, April 27, 1976: US03952361 (108 worldwide citation)

According to the invention there is provided a floor treating machine having laterally spaced drive wheels driven by separate electric traction motors under electronic control so as to be driven by separate train of pulses, comprising means for recording the trains of pulses to the traction motors a ...


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Steven J Derrah: Soft boot binding for snow boards. Barlow & Barlow, December 25, 1990: US04979760 (104 worldwide citation)

A snowboard binding has a shoe base plate with side walls and is provided with a single restraining strap to which is attached an instep pad that has a sustantially rigid portion that normally extends from the toe area of a foot to the lower shinbone. The pad may be adjusted up and down and allows f ...


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Frank G Shanklin, Edward R Lawson: Seal wire heat control system. Shanklin Corporation, Barlow & Barlow, June 14, 1994: US05321230 (89 worldwide citation)

A seal wire heat control system adapted to record in memory the immediate history of the operation of the seal wire and to adjust the time duration of the application of voltage to the seal wire in accordance with a predetermined program. The application of heat is controlled according to the runnin ...


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Peter D Tata, William B Rife: Heat sink assembly for solid state devices. Square Head, Barlow & Barlow, March 14, 1995: US05397919 (82 worldwide citation)

A heat sink assembly adapted for use with an electronic device package such as a microprocessor having a grid array is shown having, in a first embodiment, a threaded base of a finned heat sink adapted to be received in a threaded bore of an adaptor which mounts onto the electronic device package. D ...


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Russell D Ide: Hydrodynamic face seal with lift pads. Barlow & Barlow, April 19, 1988: US04738453 (69 worldwide citation)

An end face seal assembly having a seat and a nosepiece rotating relative thereto in which the nosepiece is fitted with a plurality of recesses that carry stool-like pads therein that operate as lift pads. A fluid dam is provided in association with the nose piece adjacent the lift pads. Essentially ...


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Russell D Ide: Elastomeric supported hydrodynamic bearing. Barlow & Barlow, May 7, 1985: US04515486 (65 worldwide citation)

A fluid bearing is disclosed which consists essentially of a number of bearing pads, each having a face member and a support member that are separated and bonded together by an elastomeric material. The face member will have a load engaging surface, and its back surface will have at least one arcuat ...


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Peter D Tata, William B Rife: Heat sink assembly for solid state devices. Square Head, Barlow & Barlow, May 17, 1994: US05313099 (63 worldwide citation)

A heat sink assembly adapted for use with an electronic device package such as a microprocessor having a grid array is shown having, in a first embodiment, a threaded base of a finned heat sink adapted to be received in a threaded bore of an adaptor which mounts onto the electronic device package. D ...


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Russell D Ide: Multi-deflection pad-type hydrodynamic bearing. Barlow & Barlow, June 30, 1987: US04676668 (61 worldwide citation)

A hydrodynamic bearing is disclosed in which there are a plurality of bearing pads that each have a face member and a support member, the pad being separated from the support member by at least one leg-like ligament. Each leg-like ligament is arranged at an angle to the pad face to permit the pad to ...