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Zurcher Andre: Friction ring drive with intermediate disks. Kleeman Werner W, April 2, 1974: US3800607 (102 worldwide citation)

A friction drive wherein two substantially coaxial wheel disks support a respective friction ring having substantially conical friction surfaces. One of the wheel disks is connected with a drive shaft and the other wheel disk with a power take-off shaft. A rim of similar transmission mechanisms is a ...


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Gertsch Ernst, Gertsch Ulrich: Ski boot. Gertsch, Kleeman Werner W, February 26, 1974: US3793749 (83 worldwide citation)

A ski boot having outer upper portions which can be pivoted about hinges with regard to the sole of the ski boot from an open position into a closed position. The outer upper portion arranged at the region of the vamp and the outer upper portion arranged at the region of the quarter are coupled to o ...


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Straub Immanuel: Pipe coupling. Kleeman Werner W, April 15, 1975: US3877733 (77 worldwide citation)

A pipe coupling with a sealing gasket enclosed in a housing intended to be applied about the pipe ends which are to be interconnected and having a substantially C-shaped cross-section with end edges constructed as sealing lips which are intended to sealingly bear against a respective one of the pipe ...


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Maas Hermann, Abratis Horst, Raeune Claus: Method of treating metal melts with a purging gas during the process of continuous casting. Rheinstahl Huettenwerke, Kleeman Werner W, June 3, 1975: US3886992 (75 worldwide citation)

A method of, and apparatus for, treating metal melts during continuous casting, wherein the teeming metal is enclosed to a point below the surface of the metal pool in the continuous casting mold to avoid contact with the ambient atmosphere and the surface of the pool is covered with a layer of slag ...


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Prumm Georg J: Electronic coin tester. Kleeman Werner W, November 4, 1975: US3916922 (74 worldwide citation)

An electronic coin tester or coin checking device comprising a controllable correct/incorrect switch arrangement for receiving or returning coins and arranged at a discharge end of a measuring channel, and one or a number of controllable follower switches arranged below the aforesaid switch arrangem ...


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Wild Ernst: Shutter device. Stafa Control System, Kleeman Werner W, January 14, 1975: US3860055 (57 worldwide citation)

A shutter device embodying a mechanism for raising and lowering the shutter, a feeler sensitive to external thermal and light radiation, the feeler being coupled with the raising and lowering mechanism and upon exceeding a predetermined radiation intensity triggering the mechanism for lowering the s ...


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Geng Peter, Gueniat Robert, Zollinger Alfred, Luscher Walter, Schawalder Hansjorg, Tschanen Hanspeter: Apparatus for filling a receptacle with compacted pulverulent material. Gericke & Co, Kleeman Werner W, January 29, 1974: US3788368 (57 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for filing a receptacle with compacted pulverulent material comprising a compaction compartment equipped with a closable inlet and outlet. A negative pressure source, atmospheric pressure and/or an overpressure source can be connected via a filter mechanism with the compaction compartme ...


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Mathys Robert: Finger joint prothesis. Kleeman Werner W, April 23, 1974: US3805302 (53 worldwide citation)

A surgically implantable finger joint prothesis designed as a bifurcated or forked joint, wherein both fork legs of a fork of one joint component possess a respective opening widening towards the inside and the second joint component rotatably mounted at the fork is provided with two conical journal ...


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Roll Dieter: Cutter with forwardly and rearwardly displaceable blade. Smart, Kleeman Werner W, April 29, 1975: US3879847 (51 worldwide citation)

A cutter with a forwardly and rearwardly displaceable blade which is supported in a blade slide movable from the outside and guided in the handle of the cutter and which blade slide can be selectively arrested in different locking positions. The blade slide which is of substantially trough-shape con ...


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Heller Rudolf: Adjustable support or stand for an optical observation instrument. Contraves, Kleeman Werner W, June 24, 1975: US3891301 (47 worldwide citation)

An adjustable support for an optical observation instrument, especially a binocular microscope, the position and/or orientation of which can be freely adjusted and fixed within a spatial area, comprising an elongated balance beam supported at its fulcrum on a stationary support by means of two block ...