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Harry M Riegelman: Latch for tilt window. Pomeroy, Robert A Seemann, November 24, 1992: US05165737 (69 worldwide citation)

A housing with a top wall, upstanding parallel walls and two upstanding posts between the upstanding walls on a line parallel with the walls. Each post extends through an elongated opening in a first bolt which is mounted slidingly in the housing for reciprocation toward first and second ends of the ...


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Norman W Gavin: Drain grate. Robert A Seemann, July 14, 1992: US05130016 (49 worldwide citation)

A first wall with a plurality of openings to pass liquid and particulate matter, includes four arrangements of ribs on the back. The ribs are spaced from the openings to reduce surface contact with the liquid and particulate matter. The ribs of the first and second arrangements are of uniform height ...


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Jacob Fraden, Spencer L Mackay, Alan Crawford, Mark Doyle, Robert P Lackey: Speculum cover. Thermoscan, Robert A Seemann, November 17, 1992: US05163418 (47 worldwide citation)

A probe cover for an infrared thermometer has a pleated sheath which fits over the thermometer probe and a base, which is engageable with the probe, is attached to the periphery of the sheath to hold the sheath over the probe. The sheath is made of a thin infrared transparent film and is formed with ...


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Jacob Fraden: Sensor for active thermal detection. Robert A Seemann, October 8, 1991: US05054936 (45 worldwide citation)

A first heater is attached to a sensor capable of emitting thermal radiation toward an object to be sensed. Electrical energy provided to the heater, required to maintain the sensor at a predetermined temperature when it is radiating energy toward the object is monitored by a circuit which provides ...


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Mark Gamache: Vehicle cover. Robert A Seemann, December 12, 1989: US04886083 (44 worldwide citation)

Portable cover for vehicle has foldable frame with weather resistant flexible sheet. A ground-rail on each side of the vehicle includes support bars redoubtably mounted on the ground-rail, the bars supporting the weather resistant sheet and being connected over the top of the vehicle. The redoubtabl ...


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Rex D Cross: Pivot shoe for removable sash. Robert A Seemann, July 7, 1992: US05127192 (40 worldwide citation)

A pivot shoe which slides in a track includes a body which receives a cam. The cam is rotated by a sash pivot shaft for engagement of a wall of the track by the shoe for resisting movement along the track when the sash is rotated on the shaft to a position generally perpendicular to the track. The c ...


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Jacob Fraden: Apparatus and method for temperature measurement by radiation. Thermoscan, Robert A Seemann, July 7, 1992: US05127742 (37 worldwide citation)

A thermal radiation sensor is joined with a shutter that is adapted for reversible interruption of radiation from an object to the sensor. The shutter includes an integral electrically operated heater for maintaining a portion of the shutter at a predetermined temperature as a thermal reference for ...


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Rex D Cross: Locking pivot shoe. Robert A Seemann, September 25, 1990: US04958462 (37 worldwide citation)

A body for sliding in a track, and a rotary barrel cam. One portion of the body has two legs defining a separation zone between them for divergent movement of them. They further define within the zone, a passage in the body, for receiving the barrel cam. The barrel cam is mounted in the passage for ...


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Jacob Fraden: Balance infrared thermometer and method for measuring temperature. Thermoscan, Robert A Seemann, January 12, 1993: US05178464 (35 worldwide citation)

A sensor includes two thermal energy detectors thermally insulated from one another. The first detector is warmed or cooled by radiation between it and the object being measured. The second detector is warmed or cooled by exchange of thermal energy with a thermal reference source until the second de ...


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Winston R Jeshuran: Single stage seal adaptor for endotracheal intubation and removal of anesthesia mask. Robert A Seemann, March 30, 1993: US05197463 (34 worldwide citation)

An adaptor for delivering a tube to a patient by way of the adaptor and an anesthesia mask includes a compressable seal core of separable sections which define a passageway for the tube when the sections are assembled. A body and a head of the adaptor include seats for receiving the seal core with t ...