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Gordon B Bart: Exercise treadmill. Battle Creek Equipment Company, Irvin L Groh, February 17, 1987: US04643418 (75 worldwide citation)

A safety interlock for an electric exercise treadmill having an electric powered tilt motor for varying the inclination of the exercise surface. The interlock protects the area below the treadmill frame when the treadmill is being used in an inclined position. Perimeter switches around the bottom of ...


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Peter P Gach: Tamper indicating closure. Sunbeam Plastics Corporation, Irvin L Groh, July 28, 1987: US04682702 (73 worldwide citation)

A dispensing closure having a base cap with a top containing a dispensing orifice and a skirt adapted to be attached to a container so that dispensing of the container contents can take place only through the cap orifice. The orifice is sealed with an integrally molded removable disc having a spiral ...


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Peter P Gach: Tamper indicating closure. Sunbeam Plastics Corporation, Irvin L Groh, Alfred L Patmore Jr, December 8, 1987: US04711372 (71 worldwide citation)

YA tamper indicating dispensing closure for attachment to an originally filled container to indicate prior opening or tampering. The closure has a base cap with a dispensing orifice therethrough and an upstanding retention sleeve. A lid is hinged to the base cap and has a tamper indicating disk atta ...


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William J Chorkey: Valve with uniplanar flow. Irvin L Groh, May 13, 1986: US04587991 (67 worldwide citation)

A reversing fluid flow control valve with a valve base having an elongated longitudinal cavity open along the top side thereof. Said valve base having inlet, cylinder and exhaust ports connected to inlet cylinder and exhaust passages. A valve spool body removably mounted on the valve base and having ...


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Gordon B Bart: Therapeutic heating pad and muff structure. Battle Creek Equipment Company, Irvin L Groh, Alfred L Patmore Jr, April 5, 1988: US04736088 (54 worldwide citation)

A therapeutic heating pad having a laminate structure which concentrates the flow of heat in one direction through the laminate including a flannel lamina in contact with a body member being treated to produce a moist hot heat to foment the body member. The laminate structure is adaptable to be held ...


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Peter P Gach, Randall K Julian: Tamper indicating transparent closure. Sunbeam Plastics Corporation, Irvin L Groh, Alfred L Patmore Jr, May 31, 1988: US04747500 (50 worldwide citation)

A tamper indicating closure for use with a container having a neck with an opening in which at least a portion of the closure is transparent. A destructible seal is bonded to the container neck providing a hermetic seal which is visible through the closure to indicate package integrity or tampering. ...


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Peter P Gach: Tamper indicating dispenser closure. Sunbeam Plastics Corporation, Irvin L Groh, Alfred L Patmore Jr, March 28, 1989: US04815618 (49 worldwide citation)

A tamper indicating closure has a hermetically sealed membrane which prevents contamination. The membrane is held within a closure cap for easy application to a container neck prior to being heat welded to the container. A disc secured to the membrane together with a pull ring serves to sever the me ...


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Randall G Bush: Two piece dispensing closure. Sunbeam Plastics Corporation, Irvin L Groh, May 19, 1987: US04666068 (46 worldwide citation)

A two piece dispensing closure for a container in which one piece is a cap having means for attachment to the container such as internal threads which engage external threads on the container and a flat top having a dispensing orifice. The second piece of the closure is a lid connected to the cap by ...


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David M Wright: Multiple orifice dispensing closure. Sunbeam Plastics Corporation, Irvin L Groh, Alfred L Patmore Jr, January 5, 1988: US04717050 (46 worldwide citation)

A multiple orifice closure for attachment to a container for dispensing product, usually in the form of a liquid, at different rates. The closure includes a cap incorporating the larger orifice and an annular skirt having a container attachment such as threads or a snap bead. Two lids are hinged to ...


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Virginia L LaPointe: Shoulder belt cushion. Irvin L Groh, Alfred L Patmore Jr, September 15, 1987: US04693495 (46 worldwide citation)

A cushion is mounted on a vehicle shoulder belt for softening the pressure of the belt on the user, and includes a foam pad encased in a fabric cover with hook and loop fastener means along opposite side edges of the cover so that it may be removed from the shoulder belt. Stitching connects opposite ...



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