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William B Mayfield: Medication infusion pump. Parker Hannifin Corporation, James A Baker, Frederick L Tolhurst, May 8, 1984: US04447233 (124 worldwide citation)

An extracorporeal medication infusion device provides a precise infusion rate of a liquid medication into a human or animal body. The infusion device includes a permanent portion which has a case, a battery, a programmable electronic controller, and an electromagnetic solenoid core and solenoid coil ...


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William G Swift: Fitting with prestressed septum. Parker Hannifin Corporation, Frederick L Tolhurst, April 7, 1987: US04655765 (88 worldwide citation)

A medication infusion device (10) wherein a septum fitting (14) includes a housing (50) that cooperates with an annular band (68) and a septum (66) to define a cavity (80). A poppet (84) cooperates with a seating ring (88), annular band (68) and septum (66) to define an antechamber (85), and to form ...


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William B Mayfield: Medication infusion pump. Parker Hannifin Corporation, James A Baker, Frederick L Tolhurst, August 28, 1984: US04468221 (72 worldwide citation)

An extracorporeal medication infusion device provides a precise infusion rate of a liquid medication into a human or animal body. The infusion device includes a permanent portion which has a case, a battery, a programmable electronic controller, and an electromagnetic solenoid core and solenoid coil ...


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Frank J Viola, Anthony Scaduto: Muffler clamp. Parker Hannifin Corporation, Frederick L Tolhurst, March 26, 1985: US04506418 (46 worldwide citation)

A muffler clamp wherein a retainer (22) is secured to a bracket (20) by nuts (24 and 26). The bracket (22) is provided with sections (38) and the retainer (22) has a flexible central region (40) such that the clamp can be tightly constricted about and secure exhaust system components in a range of s ...


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Ron Lucas: Adjustable golf putter. Frederick L Tolhurst Esq, Cohen & Grigsby P C, January 8, 2008: US07316622 (41 worldwide citation)

An adjustable putter 10 having a shaft (12) and a grip assembly (16) that is connected to the butt end of shaft (12). A hosel assembly (20) is connected to the tip end (18) of shaft (12) and a head assembly (22) is connected to the hosel assembly. The grip assembly is adjustable on shaft (12) to adj ...


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Shih Y Sheng, Ray A York: Force motor with ball mounted armature. Parker Hannifin Corporation, Frederick L Tolhurst, June 25, 1985: US04525695 (29 worldwide citation)

A direct drive valve wherein a force motor (10) controls the position of a valve slide (20) through a linkage (14). The force motor includes a spring assembly (62) having cantilevered springs (68 and 70) that include petals (72). The armature (48) of the force motor is guided by a plurality of balls ...


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Robert T Mains: Fuel nozzle with disc filter. Parker Hannifin Corporation, Frederick L Tolhurst, September 23, 1986: US04613079 (20 worldwide citation)

A fuel nozzle tip having primary and secondary circuits wherein a disc-shaped filter (54) is clamped against the primary body (12) by a retainer plug (56), and wherein the filter cooperates with the primary body to secure the swirl plug (38) in compression therebetween.


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Frank J Viola, Erwin L Schaub, Lawrence H Burke: Blade fuse and manufacturing method. Parker Hannifin Corporation, Frederick L Tolhurst, March 12, 1985: US04504816 (19 worldwide citation)

A blade fuse includes parallel blades (12 and 14) secured in a body (16). A fusible link (42) welded to the blades is located in a cavity (20) of the body that is covered by a window (61). The blade fuses are assembled by blanking the fusible element from a ribbon (90) and translating it into a fuse ...


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Jeffery N Carr: Removable threshold. CFM, Frederick L Tolhurst, December 28, 1999: US06006375 (18 worldwide citation)

A removable threshold (18) wherein a first sidewall (20) and a second sidewall (22) are joined to a top section (48). The first sidewall (20) has a lower lateral edge (26) and terminal portions (28 and 30) that form radiused corners (68 and 70). The second sidewall (22) has a lower lateral edge (34) ...


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Peter Rosler: Device for packaging extended articles. Frederick L Tolhurst, October 19, 1999: US05967318 (17 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for packaging and organizing elongated articles such as tools wherein a body (3) is receivable in a sheathing (2). Body (3) has a bottom mounting surface (4) with a longitudinal extension, a support element (5) parallel thereto, and a mounting surface that is vertical to these members and ...