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Paul H Hanifl: Syringe needle removal and disposal device. Sage Products, Lee Smith & Jager, March 8, 1983: US04375849 (144 worldwide citation)

A syringe needle removal and disposal device is disclosed and comprises cap means and a container. The cap means includes means for disengaging needles affixed to syringes and disposing used needles into the storage container. The cap means also includes movable closure means for controlling access ...


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Nancy J Kapp, Charles H Bennett: Smoke and pollutant filtering device. Lee Smith & Jager, May 10, 1983: US04382440 (86 worldwide citation)

A smoke and pollutant filtering device comprising a mask having a filter composed of a series of contiguous, serial layers of filtering material. The filter consists of front and rear gas permeable covers, a first filter layer of pressed vegetable matter, a second filter layer comprising a layer of ...


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Gordon G Scarrott: System for extracting timing information from a digital waveform. International Computers, Lee Smith & Jager, October 19, 1982: US04355408 (64 worldwide citation)

System for extracting timing information from a digital waveform supplied to the system in which the waveform is modulated by a modulator, passed through a surface acoustic wave transversal filter and demodulated by a demodulator. Zero crossings in the resultant transformed waveform are detected by ...


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James A Goodman: Corrugated container. Consolidated Foods Corporation, Lee Smith & Jager, September 7, 1982: US04347934 (47 worldwide citation)

A lightweight container having a readily removable corrugated sidewall. The inner ply of the sidewall is a corrugated sheet having a selected length and width. A bottom wall member is positioned adjacent the lower axial edge of the inner sheet. A flat outer sheet, of selected length and a width grea ...


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Martin Schulz Jr, James E Bane: Steel wire foundation. Steadley Company, Lee Smith & Jager, March 22, 1983: US04377279 (41 worldwide citation)

A foundation unit which, when assembled, can be collapsed for compact storage and shipping and later can be elevated to a fully expanded state. The foundation unit includes a rectangular, grid wire top bearing structure, a rigid bottom substructure such as a wooden frame, and a series of spaced, par ...


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Nathan F Cardarelli: Controlled release of herbicide compounds utilizing a thermoplastic matrix. Environmental Chemicals, Lee Smith & Jager, September 20, 1983: US04405360 (41 worldwide citation)

A composition and method for the controlled release of compounds from a plastic dispenser, usually a thermoplastic, generally in association with a porosigen in contact with water, for example, an aquatic environment or soil mixture. Thermoplastic dispensers are generally made from a water insoluble ...


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Dennis J Betts: Multilayer printed circuit boards. International Computers, Lee Smith & Jager, February 28, 1984: US04434321 (37 worldwide citation)

A method or apparatus for facilitating the construction of prototype electronic circuits using printed circuit boards, by providing a printed circuit board 1, with a plurality of through connection bores 15 arranged in rows and columns, and with a conductive pad 4 at each end of each hole. A group o ...


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Nathan F Cardarelli: Controlled release of compounds utilizing a plastic matrix. Environmental Chemicals, Lee Smith & Jager, August 23, 1983: US04400374 (35 worldwide citation)

A composition and method for the controlled release of compounds from a plastic dispenser, usually a thermoplastic, generally in association with a porosigen in contact with water, for example, an aquatic environment or soil moisture. Thermoplastic dispensers are generally made from a water insolubl ...


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Thomas S Kukla: Apparatus for thorough mixture of a liquid with a gas. Lee Smith & Jager, June 2, 1981: US04271099 (34 worldwide citation)

An apparatus with a unique venturi construction and restriction structure, a liquid intake conduit and mixing chamber is provided for mixing virtually any liquid with any gas, and is particularly designed for efficient aeration of water, such as for use with aquariums and home aquaculture systems. T ...


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Boris Boskovic: Mold insert. Lee Smith & Jager, May 24, 1983: US04384702 (33 worldwide citation)

A removable insert for a mold for impressing indicia on each molded product formed in the mold. The insert includes a plug body, a bore through the plug body, and a plug situated in the bore and having a mold engaging surface for impressing an article formed in the mold. The plug is rotatable and in ...