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Bernhard Mittelhauser: Rear view mirror for motor vehicles. Becker & Becker, November 28, 1989: US04883349 (214 worldwide citation)

A rear view mirror for a motor vehicle. An anchoring member is fixedly mounted on the vehicle, and that part of the mirror that is provided with a mirror body is adapted to be connected to the anchoring member by being pressed or otherwise placed thereon. In order to be able to establish an electric ...


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Reiner Foerst: Driving simulator apparatus. Dr Ing Reiner Foerst, Becker & Becker, August 7, 1984: US04464117 (189 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for vehicle driving simulation including a cabin capable of being swivelled and having therewith a screen, control devices and the driver's seat, from where the road picture can be observed and controlled. The cabin is capable of being swivelled around an axis which is parallel to the view ...


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Thomas H Reif, Louis E Warnken, Roy A Snyder: Urinary catheter package. Becker & Becker, March 14, 1989: US04811847 (101 worldwide citation)

A package for an urinary catheter consists of a generally rectangular tray with an open top, to which a peel-back cover is bonded, containing a catheter assembly, a syringe prefilled with bacteriostatic water, and two gloves. The catheter assembly is designed such that a urinary catheter may be simp ...


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Sigfrid Michelfelder, Klaus Leikert: Burner for combustion of powdered fuels. L & C Steinmuller, Becker & Becker, June 8, 1982: US04333405 (63 worldwide citation)

A burner for combustion of powdery fuels. The burner has a core-air tube with a centrically arranged ignition device, a dust tube surrounding the core-air tube, and a mantle-air tube which surrounds the dust tube and is provided with an axially displaceable twist blade ring or impeller, arranged at ...


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Robert Merkt: Device for producing an installation template for conduits, especially conduits for hydraulic or pneumatic control or process circuits. Becker & Becker, March 10, 1987: US04648733 (62 worldwide citation)

A device for producing an installation template for conduits, especially conduits for hydraulic or pneumatic switching or operating circuits. The device includes a plurality of relatively short articulated elements that are connected or connectable to one another. Adjacent articulated elements can b ...


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Sigfrid Michelfelder, M Yaqub Chughtai: Method of introducing additive into a reaction gas flow. L & C Steinmuller, Becker & Becker, April 3, 1984: US04440100 (53 worldwide citation)

A method of continuously introducing additive, which is conveyed by gaseous and/or liquid carriers, into a turbulent reaction gas flow in the combustion chamber of a steam generator having dry ash withdrawal for selective removal, in a dry manner, of environmentally harmful gaseous noxious materials ...


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Hans Pickel: Method for improved internal exhaust gas recirculation in an internal combustion engine. M A N Maschinenfabrik Augsburg Nurnberg Aktiengesellschaft, Becker & Becker, February 2, 1988: US04722315 (51 worldwide citation)

An air-compressing, self-ignition or spark-ignition, four-stroke internal combustion engine having direct fuel injection, turbo-charging, and load-dependent exhaust gas recirculation which is effected, at least in certain operating ranges, by intervention in the gas change system. In order to preven ...


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Paul Tholen: Internal combustion engine having a supercharger and means for cooling charged air. Klockner Humboldt Deutz Aktiengesellschaft, Becker & Becker, December 2, 1980: US04236492 (48 worldwide citation)

An internal combustion engine having a supercharger and two or more supercharger intercoolers or cooling systems respectively having different temperature levels. The individual coolers are arranged in succession in the direction of flow, with the charged air decreasing in temperature and the coolin ...


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Douglas Fordyce: Device for indicating low tire pressure. John R Lewis, Ecquarican Enterprises, Becker & Becker, March 3, 1987: US04646673 (41 worldwide citation)

The device for indication of low pressure in tire inflation includes a hose which can be connected to the valve stem of the tire for communicating with the compressed air therein. A body is connected to and is in communication with the interior of the hose for receiving compressed air therefrom. An ...


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Siro Kikuchi: Heat insulator for pipe lines. Nippon Asbestos, Becker & Becker, September 1, 1981: US04287245 (40 worldwide citation)

A heat insulator for pipe lines for transportation of low temperature fluids which includes a plurality of longitudinally divided hollow cylindrical heat-insulating units assembled to tightly cover the outer periphery of the pipe lines, characterized in that each heat-insulating unit is composed of ...