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Richard M Magda: Well hot oil system. Beaman & Beaman, September 2, 1986: US04609041 (151 worldwide citation)

The invention pertains to the removal of paraffin deposits from oil producing wells wherein hot fluids are used to melt the deposits. A conduit system consisting of tubing concentric to the well tube carries hot oil to the well tube at a location below the paraffin forming depth. Ports within the we ...


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Robert A Laipply, John C Field: Tube connector with indicator and release. Aeroquip Corporation, Beaman & Beaman, December 27, 1988: US04793637 (142 worldwide citation)

A push-to-connect tube connector for interconnecting conduits wherein a male part is received within a female part passage by relative axial displacement. Resilient fingers mounted upon one part cooperate with a shoulder defined on the other part to maintain the parts fully connected, seals interpos ...


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Raymond G Ragan, James G Stephenson, Charles L Zuck: Patient warming or cooling blanket. Progressive Dynamics, Beaman & Beaman, June 30, 1992: US05125238 (141 worldwide citation)

A disposable patient heating or cooling blanket having three layers of flexible sheeting two of which form an air chamber, the third of which is a comfortable layer for contact with the patient and which, having a greater friction characteristic, aids in keeping the blanket in place on the patient. ...


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Joseph A Namenye, James G Stephenson, Corrie T M Anderson: Thermal blanket with surgical access. Progressive Dynamics, Beaman & Beaman, August 22, 1995: US05443488 (106 worldwide citation)

A disposable pneumatic thermal blanket for controlling a patient's body temperature wherein the blanket includes structure for providing access through the blanket for surgical purposes. The inflatable blanket consists of upper and lower thermoplastic sheets heat sealed at the periphery and specifie ...


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Ralph C Lower, Roger D Shirley: Refrigerant recovery and recharging system. Robinair Manufacturing Corporation, Beaman & Beaman, April 10, 1984: US04441330 (97 worldwide citation)

The invention pertains to method and apparatus for servicing refrigeration circuits wherein the refrigerant is removed from the circuit and the circuit recharged. In accord with the invention the recovered refrigerant may be reprocessed for recharging the circuit, or the recovered refrigerant may be ...


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Chi H Koa: Foam seat with insert. Michigan Seat Company, Beaman & Beaman, November 26, 1991: US05067772 (88 worldwide citation)

A seat using a foam cushion removably mounted upon a pan, the pan and cushion both being molded of a synthetic plastic material. Releasable fasteners of the hook and loop type maintain the cushion upon the pan and one of the fastener elements is molded into the pan material while the other element i ...


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Robert L Cain: Environmental protection refrigeration disposal and charging system. Robinair Manufacturing Corporation, Beaman & Beaman, April 14, 1981: US04261178 (86 worldwide citation)

The invention pertains to an environmental protection system and method for withdrawing and charging refrigerants, particularly fluorocarbon refrigerants, with respect to refrigeration systems as used for refrigeration, dehumidifying, air conditioning and the like without contamination of the atmosp ...


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Fred C Kresky, John H Loveland, Bryce B Evans: Gas line lead-in assembly. Aeroquip Corporation, Beaman & Beaman, July 31, 1979: US04162801 (82 worldwide citation)

A conduit assembly for natural gas lines utilized at transition locations wherein a synthetic plastic gas supply tube connects to a meter or other fitting located above the ground level. The lead-in assembly utilizes a fitting having a rigid elongated nipple to which a polyethylene tube is sealed by ...


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Gregory S Latka: Firearm muzzle silencer. Beaman & Beaman, July 9, 1991: US05029512 (81 worldwide citation)

A silencer or noise suppressor for firearms consisting of an elongated body connected to the firearm muzzle into which the expanding gases and projectile are received. The expanding gases are initially received within a chamber and pass through ports defined in a deceleration plate into a chamber co ...


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Neil R Upham, Russell L Rogers: Pressure actuated metal-to-metal seal. Aeroquip Corporation, Beaman & Beaman, April 13, 1982: US04324407 (80 worldwide citation)

A seal assembly permitting a conduit member to be sealed within a bore in metal-to-metal relationship wherein a seal ring of a conical configuration in the relaxed state is deformed toward a flattened condition to increase its radial dimension and establish sealing under the influence of the pressur ...