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Raymond H Haerr: Moisture-expandable ear wick. Xomed, John G Schenk, July 3, 1979: US04159719 (95 worldwide citation)

A tightly coiled, substantially cylindrical wick of compressed, dehydrated, sponge-like material having sufficient rigidity to be inserted endwise into an ear canal will, when hydrated, uncoil and expand radially whereby to substantially engage the inner surface of the ear canal for applying medicam ...


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Henry Kin: Overhead door for a container having a vertical opening such as a truck trailer. KRS, John G Schenk, January 27, 1976: US03934635 (31 worldwide citation)

An overhead door for the vertical opening of a truck trailer comprises a plurality of panels connected together by hinges, which extend the width of the panels and are confined within the panel. The panels, which are preferably formed of plastic, are counterbalanced by a spring, which is movable wit ...


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Jack Alan McMath, Paul R Wilder, Larry Lee Alderson: Coupler. Dover Corporation, John G Schenk, June 21, 1977: US04030524 (31 worldwide citation)

A dry break coupler of a coupling device has an adapter connected thereto in an arrangement in which the adapter must be disposed within the coupler in the position in which it is locked to the coupler before a rotatable shaft can be rotated to initially lock the adapter to the coupler. The coupler ...


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Isadore A Jacobson, Michael D Sepate: Insulated building panels and structure constructed therewith. B & J Jacobs Co, John G Schenk, March 30, 1976: US03946528 (22 worldwide citation)

The disclosure illustrates an enclosure constructed of unique building panels. The panels are joined so as to provide an airtight enclosure for housing of air conditioning equipment, machinery and the like. The individual panels provide sound attenuation. Structural reinforcing is provided in each p ...


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James L Hughes: Flower decoration. John G Schenk, April 4, 1978: US04082872 (19 worldwide citation)

A flower decoration is disclosed which not only has a decorative effect but also is a useful table accessory. The decoration includes a base which provides a stable support for the sepal and flower portion of the flower. Means are provided for securing the sepal to the base such that the decoration ...


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Samuel C Willis: Thermodynamic beverage cooling unit. John G Schenk, October 26, 1976: US03987643 (17 worldwide citation)

Beverage cooling apparatus utilizing such gaseous coolants as carbon dioxide and chlorofluorohydrocarbon refrigerants are the subject of several patents. These cooling units entail a cooling coil adapted to be positioned within the beverage in combination with a reservoir from which gas passes throu ...


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Lawrence E Hill: Handbag. John G Schenk, February 17, 1976: US03938569 (16 worldwide citation)

A handbag is disclosed which has particular utility for carrying personal objects therein, as well as serving as a cushion. The handbag is constructed with padding on the outside of the article carrying compartment. The padding serves to protect the articles therein when the handbag is used as a cus ...


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Fred A Wilson, Charles W Taylor: Swivel connector. Dover Corporation, John G Schenk, March 21, 1978: US04079969 (14 worldwide citation)

A swivel connector between a flexible hose and a nozzle has a reduced portion of a first body secured to the nozzle and an enlarged portion of a second body secured to the hose with the first and second bodies, which have an enlarged portion of the first body overlapping a reduced portion of the sec ...


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John J Razete: Air purification system. Aero Dri Corporation, John G Schenk, May 16, 1978: US04089655 (11 worldwide citation)

An air purification system accepts foul air from a source of high pressure and treats the air so as to deliver an acceptable breathable air usable in any life support package. The components of the system are mounted on a portable cart. The foul air passes through a plurality of stages in going from ...


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Fred A Wilson: Vapor recovery adapter. Dover Corporation, John G Schenk, July 19, 1977: US04036255 (10 worldwide citation)

A vapor recovery adapter has a housing supported on a storage tank having a volatile liquid therein. The housing is connected to other tanks, which also are vented by the adapter in addition to the tank on which the housing is mounted, through an inlet port perpendicular to an inlet port communicati ...



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