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Theodore A Kruy: Endoscope deflection control. American Cystoscope Makers, St Onge Steward Johnston Reens & Noe, June 17, 1980: US04207873 (204 worldwide citation)

An endoscope deflection control is described whereby enhanced one-hand control of the tip of a polydirectionally deflectable endoscope is obtained. The deflection control is mounted external to the head of the endoscope in such manner that convenient single-hand manipulation of deflection control wh ...


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William R Harris Jr: Open vehicle lighting system utilizing detachable vehicle operator helmet mounted light. St Onge Steward Johnston Reens & Noe, March 25, 1980: US04195328 (66 worldwide citation)

A lighting system for an open vehicle such as a motorcycle or snowmobile incorporating the main headlight which is rigidly secured to the vehicle, and an auxiliary headlight detachably mounted on the safety helmet worn by the vehicle operator and detachably connected, by electrical circuit connectin ...


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William E Sullivan, Murray O Meetze Jr: Device for releasing a volatile substance in a controlled manner. The Ridson Manufacturing Company, St Onge Steward Johnston Reens & Noe, June 19, 1979: US04158440 (53 worldwide citation)

A device for releasing a volatile substance into the environment in a controlled manner comprises a reservoir of substance-absorbent material, for storing the substance, that is encapsulated in an envelope, at least a portion of which comprises a permeable material having porosity at least equal to ...


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George N Kringel, Nicholas E Sachuk: Light distributor. A C A Products, St Onge Steward Johnston Reens & Noe, August 4, 1981: US04282560 (51 worldwide citation)

A light distributor is described for use in distributing light from a source in a generally uniform manner across an edge, to for example, illuminate an array of light sensitive elements. The light distributor can be made of a transparent plastic material and is formed with a light guide and a lamp ...


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Morris Schupack: Cold formable, reinforced panel structures and methods for producing them. St Onge Steward Johnston Reens & Noe, June 26, 1979: US04159361 (50 worldwide citation)

Reinforced panel structures include a panel core formed from a cementitious composition that has controlled bleed characteristics. For example, the cementitious composition may comprise hydraulic cement, a dispersing agent, a gelling agent, and water. At least one woven, fabric reinforcing layer in ...


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John A Tartaglia: Tweezer forceps. St Onge Steward Johnston Reens & Noe, March 9, 1982: US04318313 (47 worldwide citation)

Tweezer forceps in which the gripping arms and end section at which they are joined are formed of a single sheet of resilient sheet material, the arms and end section forming an integral spring-element disposed within the plane of the sheet material, such that the arms flex edgewise into and out of ...


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Carmine Guarnieri: Quick-release system for mounting a faucet assembly. St Onge Steward Johnston Reens & Noe, February 5, 1980: US04186761 (42 worldwide citation)

A quick-release system is disclosed for mounting a faucet assembly that includes a valve positionable on and operable from one side of a wall structure which is connected to a source of fluid on the other side of the wall structure through an opening therein. The quick-release system comprises an es ...


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William E Sullivan, Murray O Meetze Jr: Apparatus for inducing air flow past a product capable of being vaporized. Risdon Enterprises, St Onge Steward Johnston Reens & Noe, June 30, 1981: US04276236 (41 worldwide citation)

A battery-powered apparatus, for inducing air flow past a product capable of being vaporized, includes a compact housing that comprises a hollow outer shell and a hollow, generally cylindrical inner shell, having an axis, on which the operating components of the apparatus are supported. The inner sh ...


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Dominick A Pagano: Two wheel ultrasonic rail testing system and method. St Onge Steward Johnston Reens & Noe, August 28, 1979: US04165648 (38 worldwide citation)

A system and method for performing ultrasonic inspection of a length of test material with ultrasonic transducing means emitting a beam of ultrasonic energy from within sealed wheel means containing a coupling fluid therein and having a flexible cylindrical surface member transparent to the ultrason ...


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William E Sullivan, O Murray Meetze Jr, Richard H Seager: Apparatus for inducing air flow past a product capable of being vaporized. Risdon Enterprises, St Onge Steward Johnston Reens & Noe, June 2, 1981: US04271092 (32 worldwide citation)

A battery-powered apparatus, for inducing air flow past a product capable of being vaporized, includes a compact housing that comprises a hollow outer shell and a hollow, generally cylindrical inner shell, having an axis, on which the operating components of the apparatus are supported. The inner sh ...