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Kinley Myron M, Agee Charles W: Liner expanding apparatus. Kinley John C, Pravel Wilson & Matthews, January 15, 1974: US3785193 (231 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for repairing tubular members, such as oil well casing or tubing, wherein a malleable liner is expanded into sealed engagement with the inside of such tubular member in spite of variations therein, by driving a mandrel with a collet mounted thereon through the liner, the collet having flex ...


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Lokey Robert C: Automatic safety brake for rotary blade equipment. Lokey Tool, January 15, 1974: US3785230 (185 worldwide citation)

An automatic safety brake for rotary blade equipment in which a capacitance proximity sensor utilizes the spinning blade as an antenna so that when any portion of the body of the user approaches the blade to closely a cam brake will be instantaneously actuated to stop the rotation of the blade befor ...


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Wostl Wolfgang J, Gower Bobby G: Automated dispensing system. Atlantic Richfield Company, Morton Bernard Brown Roberts & Sutherland, January 15, 1974: US3786421 (142 worldwide citation)

An automated article dispensing system, such as a vehicle service station, capable of dispensing goods in response to activation by an authorized holder of a credit card, and not requiring an attendant. The customer inserts the credit card into a control console and the identifying indicia from the ...


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McCarthy Thomas M, Lumb Dale R: Abnormal nerve pressure locus detector and method. Flehr Hohbach Test Albritton & Herbert, January 15, 1974: US3785368 (124 worldwide citation)

A system, device and method for readily detecting the locus of a subluxated or pinched nerve along the spinal column and particularly for identifying which particular pair of vertebrae are pressing upon a pinched nerve has been disclosed so that a medical person can relieve the pressure as by adjust ...


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Shira Jerry P: Integral hinged wiring raceway. Kyoda Plastics, Rogers Bereskin & Parr, January 15, 1974: US3786171 (90 worldwide citation)

A surface mounting electrical wiring raceway having a back member adapted to be mounted on a wall, and a front cover. The front cover is hingeably connected to the back member adjacent to one lateral edge thereof, and releaseably coupled to the back member adjacent to the opposite lateral edge. The ...


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Joy Edward: New low profile ventilator apparatus means. Ventrola Manufacturing Company, Harness Dickey & Pierce, January 15, 1974: US3785271 (90 worldwide citation)

A low profile ventilator apparatus means for use in mobile homes, modular homes, and the like which includes a structural combination of lighting means or a radiant heat lamp cooperatively associated with a bathroom fan such as to permit straight through or vertical discharge of air and being unique ...


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Smith William R: Dispensing shipping container with funnel-type pallet. Cincinnati Milacron, Howard T Keiser et al, January 15, 1974: US3785534 (86 worldwide citation)

A dispensing shipping container for transporting and dispensing flowable materials in bulk quantities is provided by a base in the form of a pallet having legs and including downwardly and inwardly sloping walls which terminate in a dispensing opening. A container body is positioned on the pallet an ...


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Mathauser William R: Magnetic self-aligning electrical connector. Luke A Mattare et al, January 15, 1974: US3786391 (85 worldwide citation)

A magnetic self-aligning electrical connector comprising a pair of connector or coupling havles each having electrical contact means therein and one of said coupling halves having magnetic means therein disposed opposite means in said other coupling half for cooperation with said magnet means to hol ...


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Huber Max: Mixing apparatus and method. Sulzer Brothers, Kenyon & Kenyon Reilly Carr & Chapin, January 15, 1974: US3785620 (80 worldwide citation)

The mixable media are passed in uniflow relation through one or more packing elements composed of corrugated lamellas so that a thorough mixing takes place within the packing elements. The corrugations of adjacent lamellas are oriented in different directions while adjacent packing elements are angu ...


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Latham Jr Allen: Centrifuge chuck for disposable, snap-in centrifuge rotor. Haemonetics Corporation, Lepper Bessie A, January 15, 1974: US3785549 (79 worldwide citation)

A chuck suitable for holding a disposable centrifuge rotor during centrifuging and requiring only minimum skill to place in position. Once the rotor is snapped into position on the chuck it is held by an elastomeric gripping member. The base of the rotor is designed to effect this holding. In removi ...