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William J Barz, Thomas L Coon, Michael J Czaplicki: Structural reinforcement system for automotive vehicles. L&L Products, Dobrusin & Thennisch PC, October 22, 2002: US06467834 (122 worldwide citation)

An automotive vehicle frame reinforcement system has a skeleton member designed to be secured to a vehicle frame, such as a roof or pillar section. An expandable material, such as an epoxy-based reinforcing foam, is disposed on the skeleton member. Once the system is attached to the frame, the foam ...


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Lindy Brennan, Goran Bajic, Lucas Fernandez, Valerija Drobnajakovic: Automotive vehicle seating comfort system. W E T Automotive Systems, Dobrusin & Thennisch PC, February 22, 2005: US06857697 (109 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed an automotive vehicle seating comfort system for providing heating, cooling, ventilation or a combination thereof to an individual in an automotive car seat. The system typically includes an insert, a blower and a tubular structure for providing fluid communication between the ins ...


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Goran Bajic, Lindy Brennan, Brennon Lewis White, Anne Patrice Liss, Lucas Fernandez, Valerija Drobnjakovic, Marinko Lazanja: Automotive vehicle seat insert. W E T Automotive Systems, Johnson Controls Technology Company, Dobrusin & Thennisch PC, May 17, 2005: US06893086 (107 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed an insert suitable for placement within a seat of an automotive vehicle. The insert preferably includes multiple layers, one of which includes a heater for providing an occupant of the seat with warmth. The insert also preferably includes a blower or air pump for providing ventila ...


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Michael J Czaplicki, David D Apfel: Expandable pre-formed plug. L&L Products, Dobrusin & Thennisch PC, July 23, 2002: US06422575 (103 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to an expandable pre-formed plug that is suitable for sealing and/or structurally reinforcing a structure having surfaces defining a space therebetween. The plug is comprised of at least an expandable inner core having an outer surface and a transportable outer skin ...


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Paul Mansky, James Bennett: Sensor array-based system and method for rapid materials characterization. Symyx Technologies, Dobrusin & Thennisch PC, March 18, 2003: US06535824 (101 worldwide citation)

A modular materials characterization apparatus includes a sensor array disposed on a substrate, with a standardized array and contact pad format; electronic test and measurement apparatus for sending electrical signals to and receiving electrical signals from the sensor array; an apparatus for makin ...


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Lindy Brennan, Goran Bajic, Lucas Fernandez, Valerija Drobnjakovic: Automotive vehicle seating comfort system. W E T Automotive Systems, Dobrusin & Thennisch PC, March 24, 2009: US07506938 (100 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides an automotive vehicle seating comfort system, and method of forming thereof, for providing heating, cooling, ventilation or a combination thereof to an individual in an automotive car seat. In one configuration, the system includes an insert, a blower and a tubular str ...


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Stefan Stoewe: Vehicle seat and associated air conditioning apparatus. W E T Automotive System, Dobrusin & Thennisch PC, May 8, 2007: US07213876 (100 worldwide citation)

A vehicle seat with a backrest (16) that has a backrest cushion (18) and a rear backrest cover (20), and an air-handling device that is associated with the backrest (16) and is connected to an air distribution device (30, 32) in the seat. The rear backrest cover (20) is at least partially air permea ...


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Goran Bajic, Lindy Brennan, Scott Truant, Madalina Onica: Automotive vehicle seat having a comfort system. W E T Automotive Systems, Dobrusin & Thennisch PC, September 16, 2008: US07425034 (99 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a comfort system suitable for use in a seat of an automotive vehicle. The system preferably includes an air mover in fluid communication with an open space below a trim layer of the seat for providing ventilation, heating and/or cooling to the seat occupant.


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Michael J Czaplicki, Jon P Riley, Eric Brennecke: Hydroform structural reinforcement system. L&L Products, Dobrusin & Thennisch PC, October 29, 2002: US06471285 (99 worldwide citation)

An structural reinforcement system for use with hydroforms and other closed forms having a plurality of members designed to be secured to a closed form, such as an hydroform tube used in automotive applications. A bonding material, such as an epoxy-based reinforcing foam, is disposed on at least a p ...



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