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William Murphy: Personal golf set for par-3 course. Raymond F Kramer, March 3, 1981: US04253666 (112 worldwide citation)

A portable golf set for a disassemblable golf club comprising a case adapted for removable attachment to the golfer having means for holding interchangeable heads, tees and golf balls and the parts of the shaft.


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Henry W G Burton: Kit for converting single-glazed window to double-glazed window. Raymond F Kramer, February 21, 1978: US04074480 (90 worldwide citation)

A double-glazed window is readily made by installing onto an existing window a spacing frame containing a desiccant and joining a matching pane of glass to the spacer around the periphery thereof, thereby making an air tight seal about the air between the glass panes, with the desiccant in the spaci ...


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Walter P Mecozzi: Economizing air conditioning system of increased efficiency of heat transfer selectively from liquid coolant or refrigerant to air. Hiross, Raymond F Kramer, February 4, 1986: US04567733 (55 worldwide citation)

An air conditioning system which incorporates evaporator coils for extracting heat from air with a liquefiable gas refrigerant, and cooling coils containing a liquid coolant, such as an aqueous ethylene glycol solution, that has been cooled by cold outside air, includes such coils joined in heat tra ...


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Wyatt P Hargett, Sara E Littau: Use of a ventable rupture diaphragm-protected container for heating contained materials by microwave radiation. CEM Corporation, Raymond F Kramer, November 29, 1994: US05369034 (54 worldwide citation)

A ventable container for materials to be heated (preferably digested) by microwave radiation includes a movable rupture diaphragm in a venting passageway in a closure or cover for such container. Such diaphragm is tightenable into place so that the container is sealed and in such sealed state is pro ...


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Frank T John: Liquid contact relay incorporating gas-containing finely reticular solid motor element for moving conductive liquid. Georgina Chrystall Hirtle, Raymond F Kramer, December 6, 1983: US04419650 (52 worldwide citation)

It has been discovered that electrically conducting, vitreous pyrolytic carbon in broken-bubble, foam-type, reticulated structures can be used as an extremely fast and efficient electrically operated motor to actuate mechanical devices, such as mercury liquid contact relays, by electrothermally-prod ...


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David C Rudell: Golf putter head and putter incorporating such head. Raymond F Kramer, June 28, 1983: US04390184 (49 worldwide citation)

A golf putter head of substantially squared W-shape, when viewed from the top thereof, preferably with weights in the outer leg portions of such W, facilitates straighter and more accurate putting. When the walls of the middle leg of the W of the club head (or the middle trailing portion of such hea ...


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Bernard B Dugan: Detergent-scrubber article and method for manufacture. Colgate Palmolive Company, Herbert S Sylvester, Murray M Grill, Raymond F Kramer, May 20, 1980: US04203857 (47 worldwide citation)

A detergent-scrubber article includes a solid detergent composition body, preferably of flat rectangular parallelepiped shape, affixed to a relatively rigid, yet somewhat yielding body of a light weight material, such as closed cell polystyrene or polyethylene foam. The closed cell polymeric foam is ...


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Wyatt P Hargett, Sara E Littau: Ventable rupture diaphragm-protected container for heating contained materials by microwave radiation. CEM Corporation, Raymond F Kramer, July 27, 1993: US05230865 (44 worldwide citation)

A ventable container for materials to be heated (preferably digested) by microwave radiation includes a movable rupture diaphragm in a venting passageway in a closure or cover for such container. Such diaphragm is tightenable into place so that the container is sealed and in such sealed state is pro ...


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Michael J Collins, Wyatt P Hargett Jr: Analytical process in which materials to be analyzed are directly and indirectly heated and dried by microwave radiation. CEM Corporation, Raymond F Kramer, July 21, 1987: US04681996 (40 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for controllably heating material, such as a material to be analyzed for volatiles or non-volatiles contents, directly and indirectly by microwave radiation, includes a chamber, in which the material to be heated is placed, a source of microwave radiation, for radiating onto materials i ...


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Roger N Weinar: Walls and partitions and concealed fasteners for assembly thereof. Raymond F Kramer, June 8, 1982: US04333286 (37 worldwide citation)

Walls and partitions are constructed by securing of wallboard panels to a substructure, such as common wood or metal framing members, by a series of concealed clips of described construction, affixed to the framing members by nail or screw type fasteners. When the wall or partition is erected the fa ...