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John F Straitz III: Flare gas burner. Combustion Unlimited Incorporated, Z T Wobensmith 2nd, Z T Wobensmith III, November 30, 1976: US03994671 (50 worldwide citation)

A flare gas burner is described for the smokeless combustion of flare gas at low noise level with the flare gas delivered in a hollow whirling path for burning, ignited and burned with air and steam delivered interiorly and exteriorly, also in whirling paths intersecting or overlapping the delivered ...


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Peter G Pritz: Anti-theft gun protector apparatus. Z T Wobensmith 2nd, Z T Wobensmith III, April 19, 1977: US04018339 (48 worldwide citation)

Anti-theft gun protector apparatus is disclosed useful for the display of rifles and shotguns of varying lengths and calibers, which includes a plate member fixedly mounted to a multipart mounting box carried on a wall or other surface, a locking box slidably mounted to the plate with a resiliently ...


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Robert J McMahon: Universal holster assembly. Z T Wobensmith 2nd, Z T Wobensmith III, March 31, 1981: US04258871 (40 worldwide citation)

A holster assembly for handguns and the like is disclosed, having a wide range of uses, adapted to be supported under the arm in the armpit on either side thereof attached to a shoulder harness or attached to either leg.


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David Saint: High chair with tray fastening. Graco Metal Products, Z T Wobensmith 2nd, Z T Wobensmith III, August 8, 1978: US04105247 (33 worldwide citation)

A high chair is provided having tubular metal arms of special configuration and with spaced grooves for locking a tray, the tray having resiliently urged locking hooks for engagement below the arms in a plurality of positions by one or the other of double hook portions, one of which hook portions re ...


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David Saint: Baby walker. Graco Metal Products, Z T Wobensmith 2nd, Z T Wobensmith III, May 24, 1977: US04025083 (31 worldwide citation)

A baby walker is disclosed which has a tray with an opening within which the baby is seated, the tray having a seat supported thereby below the opening, the tray being supported from a base frame by foldable legs, the base frame in turn being carried on casters.


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James D Stroupe: Tubular article and method of making the same. Sipler Plastics, Z T Wobensmith 2nd, Z T Wobensmith III, January 25, 1977: US04005234 (29 worldwide citation)

Tubular articles and the like and methods of making the same are disclosed, the tubular article being of desired tortuous shape, strong and rigid, free from porosity, light in weight, resistant to high and low temperatures with outerskin layers to improve fluid conveying and storage characteristics ...


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Henry A Mattera, Paul F Pitts, Marlene M Pitts: Wave operated power plant. Z T Wobensmith 2nd, Z T Wobensmith III, February 22, 1977: US04009396 (25 worldwide citation)

A wave operated power plant is provided wherein a buoyant vessel is anchored on the ocean surface with the wave motion causing displacement of water carried in a chamber in the hull such that upon rocking motion the water is forced upwardly through pipes on one side of the vessel. The water contacts ...


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William P Molko: Clip applying forceps. Dittmar & Penn, Z T Wobensmith 2nd, Z T Wobensmith III, August 9, 1983: US04397312 (24 worldwide citation)

A forceps for applying metal clips for surgical use is disclosed, the clips being applied to blood vessels to shut off flow through the blood vessel, the forceps being capable of being opened to a much greater extent than heretofore, by shifting the position of a spring which normally opens the forc ...


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Sidney R Pols: Shoe to be worn over cast. Z T Wobensmith 2nd, Z T Wobensmith III, May 5, 1981: US04265033 (21 worldwide citation)

A removable shoe to be worn over a cast that extends over the foot of a person, which shoe provides protection to the cast and by use of a heel wedge preferably inserted in the shoe, and with an area below the main face of the wedge to accommodate the bottom of the cast, provides an improved walking ...


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John F Straitz III: Flare gas burner. Z T Wobensmith 2nd, Z T Wobensmith III, December 7, 1976: US03995986 (21 worldwide citation)

A flare gas burner is described for the smokeless combustion of flare gas at low noise level with the flare gas mixed with steam at the end of the flare burner, the steam being introduced into the flare gas flow and at the center of the vortex of the flow. The apparatus includes vanes to mix the gas ...