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Henning Laursen, John Mosgaard, Otto V Nielson, Clark L Poland: System for producing an air laid web. Scan Web of North America, Roland T Bryan, February 3, 1987: US04640810 (174 worldwide citation)

A system for forming an air laid web of fibers and/or particles on a moving foraminous carrier. Fibers and/or particles are blended, and while supported in an air stream, introduced into a distributor unit. The distributor unit includes a rotatable cylinder formed with classification apertures of a ...


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Donald J Graham: Support device for a disposable trash bag. Roland T Bryan, January 9, 1990: US04892224 (52 worldwide citation)

A trash entry chute device for mounting on a top-opening trash container, which device supports and holds open a limp plastic film bag for use as a disposable liner for the container. The device comprises a chute having a flange which supports the device on the container and diverts trash into the c ...


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Haigh M Reiniger: Process and apparatus for the recovery of cellulose fibers from paper-plastic mixtures. Haigh M Reiniger, Toste W Moller, Roland T Bryan, April 3, 1984: US04440635 (42 worldwide citation)

A process, and apparatus for recovering cellulose fibers from contaminated paper-plastic mixtures by exposing the mix to controlled wetting to increase the weight of paper cellulose components relative to the weight of the plastic components; subjecting the wetted mixture to abrasive forces to fiber ...


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James E Burke: Fluid dispensing massage device. Jack B Hosid, Roland T Bryan, January 8, 1985: US04492223 (34 worldwide citation)

A hand held device that simultaneously massages and applies a beneficial fluid to the skin, the device being particularly adapted for facial applications. The device includes a handle assembly having separable upper and lower portions, and the upper portion has a bifurcated extension each branch of ...


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Herbert Lapidus: Catalyzed bismuth dye system for human hair. Combe Incorporated, Roland T Bryan, April 22, 1986: US04583986 (30 worldwide citation)

A dyeing system for human hair is provided comprising a bismuth salt and a catalyst which has a chemical structure having either an oxygen atom possessing a resonating double bond or an oxygen atom of an ether group attached to a carbon atom, such catalyst being characterized by a high degree of sol ...


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Herbert Lapidus: Dental adhesive device and method of producing same. Combe Incorporated, Roland T Bryan, March 5, 1985: US04503116 (30 worldwide citation)

A new dental adhesive device to hold and cushion prosthetic devices in the human mouth is made as a laminate of webs which are bonded together by thermoplastic ethylene oxide polymer. The dental adhesive exemplified is produced by continuously applying thermoplastic ethylene oxide polymer between mo ...


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Andrew A Tarnowski, Brian G Anderson: Method and apparatus for correcting image distortions. Image Graphics Incorporated, Roland T Bryan, May 21, 1985: US04518898 (28 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus are described for improving the geometric fidelity of images reproduced in a charged particle beam device. The beam is deflected across a sensitive medium to form a test image of predetermined configuration. The test image is compared with a reference image and geometric devia ...


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Karol Pilarczyk: Lubricating and oil seal system for a high speed compressor. Norwalk Turbo, Roland T Bryan, August 24, 1976: US03976165 (27 worldwide citation)

A high speed centrifugal compressor is closely directly coupled to the power turbine of a two-shaft gas turbine having a gas generator section separate from its power turbine. Through the direct close coupling and center-line mounting of the gas turbine exhaust casing for free and uniform heat expan ...


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James F Herbert: Bottle closure. Metal Closures, Roland T Bryan, January 14, 1986: US04564117 (20 worldwide citation)

A closure for an externally screw threaded standard glass or plastics container has a moulded plastics shell and a liner gasket which can turn freely in it. The liner is retained in the shell by a central spigot which fits loosely in a hole in the center of the liner gasket, but has an enlarged head ...


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William J Smith: Apparatus for removing no-bake coatings from foundry sand and classifying the reclaimed sand. Weatherly Foundry & Manufacturing Co, Roland T Bryan, October 19, 1982: US04354641 (19 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for reclaiming no-bake foundry sand is provided, in which a fluidized stream of pneumatically conveyed particles of no-bake coated sand grains traveling at velocity sufficient for transport is discharged against a target to fracture the no-bake rigid coatings from the sand grains on imp ...