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Tsuneo Ishigaki: Opening/closing valve. SMC Kabushiki Kaisha, Paul A Guss, November 12, 2002: US06478043 (11 worldwide citation)

An opening/closing valve comprises a valve body having a first port and a second port for allowing a pressure fluid to flow therethrough, a valve disk for opening/closing a communicating passage between the first port and the second port in accordance with a displacement action of a piston rod, firs ...


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Yoshihiro Fukano: Solenoid-operated valve. SMC Kabushiki Kaisha, Paul A Guss, May 21, 2002: US06390445 (11 worldwide citation)

A solenoid-operated valve has a disk-shaped member connected to one end of a movable iron core, for integrally interlocking the movable iron core; and a lining member formed of an elastic material for covering the disk-shaped member; wherein when a solenoid section is in a non-excited state, only a ...


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Shioto Tokumoto: Retaining ring for fluid pressure cylinder. SMC Kabushiki Kaisha, Paul A Guss, November 23, 2010: US07836816 (10 worldwide citation)

A cylinder tube includes a cylinder hole therein through which a piston is displaceably inserted. A head cover and a rod cover are installed respectively into ends of the cylinder hole. Locking rings, each having a bent section, a pair of arm sections that extend from both ends of the bent section, ...


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Yoshihiro Fukano, Takamitsu Suzuki: Pump apparatus. SMC Kabushiki Kaisha, Paul A Guss, November 13, 2007: US07293967 (10 worldwide citation)

A constant rate discharge pump comprises a rotary shaft which is rotatable together with a rotary driving source, a piston which is displaceable in an axial direction in a pump chamber of a body by the rotation of the rotary shaft and which has a tapered surface having diameters reduced downwardly o ...


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Yoshihiro Fukano: Suck back valve. SMC Kabushiki Kaisha, Paul A Guss, December 5, 2006: US07143956 (10 worldwide citation)

A suck back valve includes an ON/OFF valve mechanism which opens/closes a fluid passage by displacing a valve member together with a first piston under an action of a pressure fluid supplied into a first cylinder chamber, and a suck back mechanism which has a suction member formed deformably in a fl ...


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Takashi Abe, Mitsuhiro Someya: Rodless cylinder. SMC Kabushiki Kaisha, Paul A Guss, November 21, 2000: US06148714 (10 worldwide citation)

A cylinder tube is formed in an integrated manner on a base with a support rib intervening therebetween. A slider is displaced in accordance with a displacement action of a piston which is slidable in the cylinder tube. Since the cylinder tube is supported by the support rib, there is no fear of war ...


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Katsumi Saito, Katsunori Aoyagi: Throttle valve control apparatus. Hadsys, Paul A Guss, November 3, 1998: US05829409 (10 worldwide citation)

When an accelerator drum of a throttle valve control apparatus is turned in a valve opening direction to open a throttle valve, an electric motor is energized to turn a rotatable shaft thereof through a predetermined angle, causing a valve shaft to turn the throttle valve in the valve opening direct ...


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Kenichi Arai, Masahiro Yamaguchi, Shin Yabukami, Atsushi Itagaki, Mitsuharu Watanabe, Kiichi Itagaki, Noboru Saito, Koichi Fuda, Hiroshi Takahashi, Takashi Tamogami, Yukio Sakurada: Electromagnetic noise measurement apparatus. Kyodo Kumiai Joint Labo Sendai, Paul A Guss, February 6, 2001: US06184693 (10 worldwide citation)

A first substrate having a first electromagnetic noise sensor on its surface perpendicularly intersects with a second substrate having a second electromagnetic noise sensor on its surface, making up an integral structure. A first induced voltage value output from the first electromagnetic sensor at ...


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Michio Mochizuki: Apparatus for press-bonding tape onto edges of workpiece. Marunaka Kakoki, Paul A Guss, September 21, 1993: US05246533 (10 worldwide citation)

Disclosed herein is an apparatus for press-bonding a tape onto each of side faces of a workpiece. The apparatus basically comprises a tape press-bonding mechanism and a trimming mechanism both displaceable in the directions indicated by the arrows X, Y and Z. The former mechanism includes a pressure ...


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Ken Yaegaki: Method for reducing oral malodor. Paul A Guss, Mark M Yang, February 2, 1999: US05866116 (10 worldwide citation)

Yeast for making wine and beer, is placed on the subject's tongue to reduce oral malodor. About 30 to 100 milligrams of powdered yeast placed on the dorsal part of the subject's tongue just before he or she turns in for the evening, is optimal. Other methods of delivery yeast to the tongue include c ...