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Lowell T Wilson, Herbert A Plassmann: Portable basketball set. The Ohio Art Company, Hugh Adam Kirk, March 20, 1979: US04145044 (88 worldwide citation)

A preschool knock-down portable indoor basketball set comprising a sponge-rubber ball and a weighted vertically adjustable stand for a basket with a removable bounce-board.The weighted base of the stand has an annular socket for one end of a pair of telescopic tubes, adjustable in length by a pin th ...


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John V Kosbab: Modular broadhead arrowhead. Dynamic Sports concepts, Hugh Adam Kirk, July 1, 1980: US04210330 (62 worldwide citation)

A solid arrow shaft front extension portion or ferrule having a plurality of offset slots parallel to tangents to the shaft for replaceable and interchangeable devices or blades of general triangular or other shape held at their forward end in the slots by an interchangeable screw-in tip and at thei ...


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Thomas P Dalton: Portable swivel hunters stool. Hugh Adam Kirk, May 12, 1981: US04266748 (59 worldwide citation)

A horizontal completely and freely rotatable seat about a central vertical axis, which seat has a central cylindrical socket portion having a lower larger bearing and an upper smaller bearing for a correspondingly shaped hollow bell-shaped plug with depending leg means for supporting said seat for f ...


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William R Paini: Formed hose couplings. Fayette Tubular Products, Hugh Adam Kirk, May 18, 1982: US04330142 (59 worldwide citation)

A deformable metal or plastic tube, the nipple end of which is provided with a plurality of circumferential ribs or grooves and a plurality of aligned longitudinal projections to provide a rough surface over which a resilient rubber or plastic end section of a flexible hose is placed and inwardly co ...


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Steffen R Wellstein, Henry R Burgess, William S Jack: Automatic fluid pressure maintaining system from a well. Wells, Hugh Adam Kirk, May 21, 1996: US05518371 (53 worldwide citation)

A fluid pressure system comprising an electric motor-driven pump for maintaining a predetermined pressure range in a system, including a remote solid-state encapsulated triac motor control circuit having a micro pressure sensor switch in the outlet duct from the pump. For example, this control devic ...


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James L Kirk, Robert J Ohneck: Portable method for decontaminating earth. KBI, Hugh Adam Kirk, March 6, 1984: US04435292 (45 worldwide citation)

Vertical and/or horizontal perforated pipes are embedded in the soil around an area of the earth which has been contaminated by a spill and these pipes are connected in a closed portable system with a pressure pump in series with an evacuator having a separator and scrubber. Thus some of the perfora ...


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John C Hall, Paul F Risner: Underfloor extendible ramp for vehicles. REB Manufacturing Co, Hugh Adam Kirk, February 28, 1995: US05393192 (44 worldwide citation)

The disclosure comprises a tray mountable under the floor of a vehicle, which tray contains an extendible ramp mechanism. This mechanism comprises a ramp and a driving panel for the ramp. The ramp is fulcrummed intermediate its ends on the outer ends of parallel arms extending from the driving panel ...


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Scott D Welker: Shelter. Hugh Adam Kirk, July 24, 1979: US04161924 (44 worldwide citation)

A molded reinforced plastic dome-shaped shelter for animals, having a door, a base having a floor spaced from the ground, a feeding stall in an outside alcove in the shelter housing, a track surrounding the shelter adjacent its base, a glide freely movable around said track for attachment of a tethe ...


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Raymond L Smalley, John C Hall, Ryan J Clouse, P Fred Risner, Edward L Strohm: Wheelchair lifts with automatic barrier. REB Manufacturing Co, Hugh Adam Kirk, May 31, 1994: US05316432 (34 worldwide citation)

Steps are convertible into a platform of an elevator for wheelchairs such as installed in vehicles and buses, during which conversion a barrier is automatically raised from the bottom step to be at the outer edge of the platform. The barrier is operated by an extensible link under the bottom step, w ...


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Raymond G Plummer, Mike Kosmyna, Raymond J Foley, J Thomas Schaffer: Method and apparatus for cleaning hoses. Plummer Design & Technologies, Hugh Adam Kirk, June 21, 1994: US05322571 (34 worldwide citation)

An improved method and apparatus for cleaning liquid-carrying hoses, and the like. A suitable cleaning solvent is passed under pressure through the hose. The pressure of the solvent delivered to the hose is measured and used to control the pressure of compressed air mixed with the solvent to maintai ...



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