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Gerald J Eckhoff: Landscape system apparatus. Factor and Shaftal, August 3, 1999: US05930947 (62 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for forming a landscape system comprising a plurality of system members which edge and retain fill material and facilitate landscaping. Each system member includes a base plate, a front portion, a connecting member and an accepting member. The base plate includes a top surface, a bottom ...


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Ashok V Joshi, John H Gordon, Giorgio di Palma, John I McEvoy, Truman Wold: Fluid delivery system. Factor and Shaftal, September 21, 1999: US05954268 (54 worldwide citation)

A fluid delivery apparatus includes a housing having an open end and an interior surface. The interior of the housing defines a cavity within the housing. The cavity, in combination with a piston-like member, defines a reservoir for containing a fluid (e.g. such as an aromatic or other solvent or a ...


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Joseph Gross, Gilad Lavi: Iontophoretic drug delivery device and method of manufacturing the same. Drug Delivery Systems, Factor and Shaftal, November 23, 1999: US05991655 (49 worldwide citation)

An iontophoretic drug delivery device comprising a flexible reservoir sandwiched between a flexible printed circuit board and a pair of flexible electrodes. A rigid top cover is mounted on a spine on the reservoir by means of snap-fit connections. The rigid cover protects the device from damage whil ...


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Eric Fournier, Evangelos Spyrou, T Blaine Hoshizaki: Protective device for impact management. Sport Maska, Factor and Shaftal, September 14, 1999: US05950244 (45 worldwide citation)

A protective device comprising a shell and a liner. The shell includes an interior surface. The liner is associated with the interior surface of the shell. The liner includes a member for enabling control displacement of the preselected regions of the liner upon various degrees of impact of the prot ...


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Ashok V Joshi, Giorgio di Palma, Truman Wold: Gas generating device for delivering beneficial agents to a body cavity. Ceramatec, Factor and Shaftal, September 14, 1999: US05951538 (39 worldwide citation)

A controlled delivery device for holding and administering a biologically active agent includes a housing having a first end portion, a second end portion, and a port associated with the housing. Enclosed within the housing is a displacing member, a chemical or electrochemical gas generating cell, a ...


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John H Gordon, Ashok V Joshi, Giorgio di Palma: Electrochemical device for delivery of volatile substances. Ceramatec, Factor and Shaftal, May 4, 1999: US05899381 (37 worldwide citation)

An electrically controlled pump (20) for dispersing a volatile substance into a local environment includes an enclosure defining a volume, a moveable member (52) separating the enclosure into first (54) and second (56) chambers (the second chamber containing non-solid composition which includes a vo ...


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Peter J Loftus, Charles E Benson, Roberto O Pellizzari, Richard R Martin: Ultra low emissions burner. Gas Research Institute, Factor and Shaftal, December 28, 1999: US06007325 (34 worldwide citation)

A gas fired burner is provided for use in applications such as chemical process furnaces for process heaters in refineries and chemical plants, and the like. The burner is provided with a plurality of fuel gas inlets for enabling manipulation of the flame shape and combustion characteristics of the ...


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Sabid Redzic: Differential motor/generator apparatus. Factor and Shaftal, August 11, 1998: US05793136 (33 worldwide citation)

A differential motor/generator apparatus comprising a stator region, a first rotating member and a second rotating member. The stator region includes at least one stator component and an opening. The stator member includes at least one pair of torroid regions each having at least one winding positio ...


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Ashok V Joshi: Controlled release of substances. Ceramatec, Factor and Shaftal, August 3, 1999: US05932204 (30 worldwide citation)

A gravity force driven device and associated methods for the sustained release of a fluid such as a volatile substance into a local environment. The device includes a housing having a lumen and a first open end, at least one porous plug permeable to volatilized substance positioned within the housin ...


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W David Tucker: Flip hatch tonneau cover. Design Automotive Group, Factor and Shaftal, June 20, 2000: US06076881 (27 worldwide citation)

A support frame for a rail-based tonneau cover for open-topped vehicle enclosures, such as the beds of pick-up trucks, is provided having a pivotable portion, for permitting access to the truck bed without removing the cover from the rails. The support frame includes a latching mechanism for releasa ...



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