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Clifford R Stine, Rudolph G Wojtecki: Composite tubing product. Eaton Corporation, R J McCloskey, A E Chrow, March 25, 1980: US04194536 (213 worldwide citation)

Elongate, deformable, composite tubing for use in maintaining or controlling the temperature of a fluid conveyed therethrough comprising one or more tubular fluid conveyance lines or one or more tubular fluid conveyance lines disposed in heat transfer relationship with one or more heating lines and ...


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Monroe L King: Method for conducting heat to or from an article being treated under vacuum. Eaton Corporation, R J McCloskey, F M Sajovec Jr, April 14, 1981: US04261762 (104 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus are disclosed for providing heat conduction between an article being treated in a vacuum and a support member by providing a gas under pressure of about 0.5 to 2.0 Torr between the article and the support member. The method and apparatus are described for use in a semiconducto ...


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Hans A Johansen, Larry R Phillippi, Edward A Green: Method of making a semi-conductive paint hose. Eaton Corporation, R J McCloskey, A E Chrow, December 1, 1981: US04303457 (85 worldwide citation)

A composite reinforced hose for conveying paint under pressure is provided with a core tube simultaneously coextruded from two or more thermoplastic synthetic polymers which are in intimate contact with each other. The inner layer of the core tube is nylon or other chemical resistant polymer which i ...


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Robert S Mueller: Engine valve control mechanism. Eaton Corporation, D Wood, P Rulon, R J McCloskey, May 1, 1979: US04151817 (84 worldwide citation)

An engine valve control mechanism for varying the amount of opening and/or timing of cylinder valve in a valve gear train of a multi-cylinder, internal combustion engine having an overhead camshaft which actuates the valve via a rocker arm pivotally bridged between the valve stem and a hydraulic las ...


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Raymond A Soeters Jr: Engine valve control mechanism. Eaton Corporation, R J McCloskey, D Wood, P Rulon, May 20, 1980: US04203397 (68 worldwide citation)

An engine valve control mechanism for varying the amount of opening and/or timing of a cylinder valve in a valve gear train of a multi-cylinder, internal combustion engine having an overhead camshaft which actuates the valve via a rocker arm pivotally bridged between the valve stem and a hydraulic l ...


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James F Mueller: Differential device. Eaton Corporation, R J McCloskey, H D Gordon, April 28, 1981: US04263824 (67 worldwide citation)

A differential mechanism such as a limited slip differential mechanism which is automatically engageable or disengageable in response to preselected conditions and through a clutch arrangement controls the relative rotative speeds of the vehicle wheels and related axle shafts. A single sensor is uti ...


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David D Russell: Semi-conductive layer-containing reinforced pressure hose and method of making same. Eaton Corporation, R J McCloskey, A Chrow, April 1, 1980: US04196464 (61 worldwide citation)

A fibrous reinforced flexible hose for conveying fluids such as paint under pressure is provided with a composite core tube preferably simultaneously co-extruded from two or more synthetic polymers which are in intimate contact with each other. The inner layer of the composite core tube is nylon or ...


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David J Gritter: Base drive and overlap protection circuit. Eaton Corporation, R J McCloskey, J G Lewis, February 1, 1983: US04371824 (59 worldwide citation)

An inverter (34) which provides power to an A. C. machine (28) is controlled by a circuit (36) employing PWM control strategy whereby A. C. power is supplied to the machine at a preselectable frequency and preselectable voltage. This is accomplished by the technique of waveform notching in which the ...


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Wesley S Swanson: Fluid mixing valve. Eaton Corporation, R J McCloskey, R A Johnston, September 22, 1981: US04290450 (58 worldwide citation)

A fluid mixing valve is disclosed having three pressure operated pilot controlled solenoid operated valves (12, 14, 16) mounted on a unitary valve housing (10) which defines a primary fluid passageway (74) an outlet (76), and two inlet fluid passageways (81, 85) connectable to separate pressurized f ...


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Keith E Zukausky, Donald M Berlin Jr: Cam actuated butterfly valve. Eaton Corporation, R J McCloskey, R A Johnston, E C Crist, July 28, 1981: US04280682 (48 worldwide citation)

A cam actuated valve is disclosed having a butterfly-type valve member (50) rotatably mounted in a fluid passageway (22) defined by a valve housing (20) with a crank member (16) attached to the valve member and extending beyond the housing. A rectangular bracket (12) is attached to one side of the v ...