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Sessions Robert W: Disposable electrode. Hill Sherman Meroni Gross & Simpson, April 23, 1974: US3805769 (120 worldwide citation)

A disposable electrode structure for operatively connecting electrical equipment to the surface of live skin of a patient, employing a self-contained electrical conductive material for affecting the connection, and cover means for protectively sealing said conductive material, readily removable from ...


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Herz Andre: Profiled closing members with slide. Minigrip, Hill Sherman Meroni Gross & Simpson, February 12, 1974: US3790992 (113 worldwide citation)

A method of making bags and the bags resulting therefrom wherein the bags have a top edge and first and second side edges and interlocking rib and groove element at the top edge with a slider straddling the top edge and the slider having a back and downwardly projecting sides with the sides being cl ...


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Kratzer Bernd J L, Ulffers Heinz: Method of and device for determining the state of refraction of a human eye. Carl Zeiss Sliftung, Hill Sherman Meroni Gross & Simpson, February 12, 1974: US3791719 (86 worldwide citation)

For determining the state of refraction of a human eye there is first effected automatically a coarse balancing operation and subsequently a fine balancing operation is performed manually with the same apparatus. Said apparatus may be a phoropter or another known device for determining the state of ...


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Steven Ausnit 124 E 61st St: Plastic bag having reinforced closure. Hill Sherman Meroni Gross & Simpson, February 23, 1971: US3565147 (69 worldwide citation)

A plastic bag having formed integrally therewith cooperating male and female pressure fastenable releasable interlocking elements for selectively closing the open end of the bag and a pair of stiffener ribs also formed integrally with the bag but of a thermoplastic material more rigid than that from ...


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Virgil J Huebner, David L Brown: Industrial control system with means for releasably securing a plurality of electronic modules. Raven, Hill Sherman Meroni Gross & Simpson, February 23, 1971: US3566190 (52 worldwide citation)

Control apparatus for industrial control applications in which modular construction includes a plurality of rail systems each having means for releasably securing thereto a plurality of electronic logic circuit modules. Each of the rail systems includes a pair of spaced-apart side rails which carry ...


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Fortune Ronald: Check valve. Canada Valve, Hill Sherman Meroni Gross & Simpson, April 30, 1974: US3807444 (40 worldwide citation)

A multi-ported check valve in which the valve ports are arranged concentrically on the valve seat and the valve closure members are made of flexible material, such as elastomers. The valve body is made in two parts with abutting flanges adapted to be locked together with a portion of the edge of eac ...


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Samra Herb G: Multiple purpose vehicle signal device. Hill Sherman Meroni Gross & Simpson, April 2, 1974: US3800430 (36 worldwide citation)

A visual signal device for vehicles adapted to be selectively mounted inside or outside the vehicle and controlled from the driver's seat to beam an otherwise inconspicuous interchangeable signal indicia providing an advance warning to traffic or pedestrians in a flashing, conspicuous manner. The de ...


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Piwonka Thomas S: Method for directional solidification. TRW, Hill Sherman Meroni Gross & Simpson, May 14, 1974: US3810504 (33 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for improving the prodution rate of directionally solidified castings employing an annular mold having one or more molding cavities therein and a pair of heat radiating elements disposed concentrically with the mold, one being located inside and the other being located outside t ...


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Ausnit Steven: Permanently closable fastener. Hill Sherman Meroni Gross & Simpson, May 7, 1974: US3808649 (32 worldwide citation)

A flexible fastener for joining plastic sheets such as in closing the tops of bags wherein the fastener strips remain permanently closed once they are joined. The strips include a first strip formed of a plastic material having a web portion with a rib element extending continuously therealong havin ...


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Titus Jr Armour H: Storage and dispensing bin. Admiral Corporation, Hill Sherman Meroni Gross & Simpson, April 23, 1974: US3805964 (32 worldwide citation)

A storage and gravity feed dispensing system for cylindrical objects such as beverage containers. The system comprises a bin constructed of rod shapes to provide circulation and to provide for snap-fit assembly into a refrigerated space, or the like, below a shelf. Rigid container support tracks coo ...