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John J Allard, Robert A Heinzen: Defrosting system using actual defrosting time as a controlling parameter. AMF Incorporated, George W Price, John H Gallagher, February 24, 1981: US04251988 (80 worldwide citation)

An automatic defrost system in which the actual defrost time of an evaporator coil, for example, is the controlling parameter for establishing a defrost cycle. The system automatically adjusts itself so that a predetermined amount of frost builds up in the frost accumulating period.


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Eugene A Ostreicher: Particulate filter medium and process. AMF Incorporated, George W Price, Charles J Worth, February 8, 1977: US04007113 (74 worldwide citation)

Improved filter media comprised of negatively charged high surface area particulate filter material the surface of which is modified with a melamine-formaldehyde cationic colloid; processes for the preparation thereof; and use in liquid filtration to remove submicron contaminants including negativel ...


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Kenneth C Hou, Eugene A Ostreicher: Filter and method of making same. AMF Incorporated, George W Price, Michael E Zall, January 5, 1982: US04309247 (69 worldwide citation)

Filter media sheets comprising particulate retention aid consisting of cellulose pulp of +100 to -100 Canadian Standard Freeness, and method of making the same.


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Eugene A Ostreicher, Kenneth C Hou: Filter and method of making same. AMF Incorporated, George W Price, Michael Zall, December 15, 1981: US04305782 (68 worldwide citation)

A filter media sheet comprising fine particulate and a self-bonding matrix of cellulose fiber, the surfaces of at least one of which are modified with cationic colloidal silica.


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Eugene A Ostreicher: Fibrous filter medium and process. AMF Incorporated, George W Price, Charles J Worth, February 8, 1977: US04007114 (66 worldwide citation)

Improved filter media comprised of negatively charged high surface area fibrous filter material the surface of which is modified by treatment with a melamine-formaldehyde cationic colloid, processes for the production thereof, and use in liquid filtration to remove submicron contaminants including n ...


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John Herbert Day: Cigarette package inspection apparatus. AMF Incorporated, George W Price, Charles J Worth, October 11, 1977: US04053056 (53 worldwide citation)

Inspection and conveyor apparatus have a pair of laterally spaced, substantially parallel endless belt conveyors engaging the top and bottom ends of cigarette packs and moving the packs through an inspection station and past a rejection station to a delivery station, electro-optical means programmed ...


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David M Caplan: Inflatable aquatic exerciser. AMF Incorporated, George W Price, Walter Lewis, November 17, 1981: US04300759 (51 worldwide citation)

Multi-chambered air inflatable aquatic exercise jackets for the arms and legs constructed from plastic sheet material.


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Robert E Chiles III: Ergometric exerciser. AMF Incorporated, George W Price, Lawrence Hager, January 6, 1981: US04244021 (48 worldwide citation)

An ergometric exerciser of the constant work type using a mechanical to electrical transducer as its basis is described. The exerciser is controlled by a single chip microcomputer and associated electronic interfacing means to perform a multiplicity of selected functions. For example, the ergometric ...


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Richard W Grosser, Virgil L Long Sr: Home exercise gym. AMF Incorporated, George W Price, Walter Lewis, June 30, 1981: US04275882 (48 worldwide citation)

A hydraulic shock absorber has an adjustable connection to the exercise lever to provide variable resistive forces to exercise, and alternately the shock can be mounted to the exercise lever as a dead weight and a pulley-cord system added, so that a multiplicity of exercises can be performed with th ...


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Frank W Ketchum: Compound bow. AMF Incorporated, George W Price, Walter Lewis, November 9, 1976: US03990425 (46 worldwide citation)

In a compound bow the eccentric wheel assemblies at the limb ends are cross-coupled by the bow stringing so that they are constrained to move in unison so that the bow is self-tuning. Each wheel assembly has three grooved wheels rotatable on a common axis. A first one of the wheels is eccentric and ...