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William C Jackle III, Richard A Sherwood, Frederick M Avery, James V Seifert: Pressure-feed tray system. The Niven Marketing Group, Ralph R Rath, March 15, 1988: US04730741 (162 worldwide citation)

A dispensing unit includes a tray system including front, rear and side walls with partitions dividing the system into a plurality of trays and a support slidably supporting the tray system between a product dispensing position and a product restocking position. Each tray has a slot in its bottom be ...


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William C Jackle III, Richard A Sherwood, Frederick M Avery, James V Seifert: Adjustable tray dispensing apparatus. The Niven Marketing Group, Ralph R Rath, August 9, 1988: US04762236 (149 worldwide citation)

A product dispensing apparatus includes a support having a tray system supported thereon and the tray system includes front and rear walls interconnected by side walls and having a plurality of adjustable partitions extending between the front and rear walls to produce side-by-side trays. A guide me ...


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A Gunilla Sutton: Depilation device and method. Ralph R Rath, October 21, 1986: US04617926 (142 worldwide citation)

A depilation device includes a laser beam generator 15 embodied in a hand gun 20 with a trigger 19 enabling pulses of laser energy to be delivered along a flexible fibre optic probe 13 which has a bore in the end which can fit over a hair to be destroyed. At the end of the bore, the optic is formed ...


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Charles W Lohmeyer, Erich J Schlosser, James E Tucker, James C Stephen, Andrzej Leja, John Beecher III: Portable gas grill. Weber Stephen Products Co, Robert E Wagner, Ralph R Rath, July 7, 1987: US04677964 (101 worldwide citation)

A gas grill includes a cart and a cooking vessel supported on the cart with the cooking vessel having a lower gas burner assembly, an intermediate sear grid assembly and an upper cooking grid. The sear grid assembly includes inverted V-shaped sear bars that cause evaporation of greases from the food ...


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Stephen C Pollock, James M Grisolano Jr, Gholman A Peyman: Lens system for variable refraction. Robert E Wagner, Ralph R Rath, October 16, 1984: US04477158 (84 worldwide citation)

A lens system for variable refraction comprising a solid housing having a single internal chamber completely filled with a plurality of imiscible liquids of preselected densities and refractive indices. The chamber is of a form such that the amount and distribution of each liquid in the optical port ...


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John L Kraska: End panel for containers. National Can Corporation, Robert A Stenzel, Ralph R Rath, June 6, 1978: US04093102 (78 worldwide citation)

An end panel for a container is specifically configured to be able to substantially reduce the metal thickness without sacrificing resistance to bulging and buckling of the panel when subjected to high internal pressures. The end panel consists of a central portion that has an outwardly directed ann ...


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Sam C Pulciani, Robert M Szczerba: Container profile with stacking feature. National Can Corporation, Robert A Stenzel, Ralph R Rath, August 11, 1987: US04685582 (77 worldwide citation)

A drawn and ironed container having a reduced neck around an upper open end has a bottom profile which exhibits excellent strength characteristics and nests with an end double-seamed to the open end of the container. The bottom profile includes a center spherical dome surrounded by a U-shaped annula ...


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James C Stephen, Erich J Schlosser, Andrzej Leja: Barbeque kettle. Weber Stephen Products Co, Robert E Wagner, Ralph R Rath, October 18, 1988: US04777927 (70 worldwide citation)

A barbeque kettle includes a bowl and a cover with the bowl having a food support grid adjacent an upper rim and a charcoal grid below the food grid along with a cover holder adjacent the rim of the bowl. The cover has a removable thermometer that can sense the initial temperature of the kettle and ...


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William J Gartner: Water purification system. Robert E Wagner, Ralph R Rath, November 3, 1981: US04298475 (69 worldwide citation)

A portable water purifier is described comprising an elongated tube having a filtering agent, a bactericidal agent and an adsorbent material retained in the tube. The user supplies suction from the mouth to draw water through the tube for filtering out foreign material and purifying the water prior ...


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John L Kraska: Metal container end. National Can Corporation, Robert A Stenzel, Ralph R Rath, May 15, 1984: US04448322 (68 worldwide citation)

A container end formed from metal having an approximate thickness of 0.0120 inches which is capable of withstanding at least 90 psi buckle pressure and at least 60 psi rock pressure is disclosed herein. A container end panel includes a peripheral curl surrounding a substantially flat center panel wi ...