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George C Brumlik: Bristle-like gripping device. Burgess Dinklage & Sprung, September 21, 1976: US03981051 (209 worldwide citation)

A self-gripping device is disclosed and includes a plurality of thin bristle-like gripping elements attached in close proximity to each other to a base. Each of the gripping elements have self gripping means spaced along the length thereof and they extend substantially perpendicularly from the base ...


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Thomas C Robinson: Respiratory humidifier. Searle Cardio Pulmonary Systems, Lothrop & West, September 21, 1976: US03982095 (158 worldwide citation)

A respiratory humidifier has a base with a thermally controlled heater therein effective to heat a first transfer surface on the top of the base. Removably pressed against the first transfer surface is a second transfer surface forming the bottom of a container into which liquid is admitted, close t ...


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Bernard Sydney Barnaby: Combined television/data transmission system. The General Electric Company, Kirschstein Kirschstein Ottinger & Frank, September 21, 1976: US03982064 (134 worldwide citation)

A television transmission system of the kind in which some of the line scan periods of a conventional transmission that are left blank (as far as picture content is concerned) between successive frame transmissions are utilized for signalling data for selective display on the screen of a television ...


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Emil Borysko: Thermal attachment of surgical sutures to needles. Ethicon, W R Eberhardt, September 21, 1976: US03981307 (105 worldwide citation)

A method is provided for anchoring a suture to a needle in which a suture tip is inserted into a recess in the blunt end of a needle and the needle is thereafter heated to expand the suture tip within the recess into tight engagement with the recess walls. Sutures of synthetic polymers attached in t ...


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Bernard Sydney Barnaby, Donald Gordon Scott: Combined television/data receivers. The General Electric Company, Kirschstein Kirschstein Ottinger & Frank, September 21, 1976: US03982065 (103 worldwide citation)

A receiver for a television transmission system of the kind in which some of the line scan periods of a conventional transmission that are left blank (as far as picture content is concerned) between successive frame transmissions are utilized for signalling data for selective display on the screen o ...


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Donald John Haines: Method for casting blocks having fractured face. Finnegan Henderson Farabow & Garrett, September 21, 1976: US03981953 (102 worldwide citation)

A method of casting concrete blocks having a fractured face. A pattern or frame is embedded in a mass of concrete within a mold and after the mass is compacted within the mold and about the frame, the frame is moved relative to the compacted mass so as to randomly fracture the concrete mass between ...


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Solomon Sherr: Saturation drive arrangements for optically bistable displays. North Hills Electronics, Eisenman Allsopp & Strack, September 21, 1976: US03982239 (83 worldwide citation)

An addressed display system using material, such as liquid crystal, light emitting diodes, ferroelectrics, fluid flow devices, electroluminiscent materials, etc., which exhibit at least two characteristic modes of operation in accordance with the electric field applied. The materials are assembled w ...


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Heinz Broemer, Hans Herbert Kaes, Emanuel Pfeil: Biocompatible glass ceramic material. Ernst Leitz G m b H, Erich M H Radde, September 21, 1976: US03981736 (71 worldwide citation)

The glass ceramic material of the present invention has the following composition, in weight percent,:


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Robert E Page: Melt blowing intermixed filaments of two different polymers. Beloit Corporation, Hill Gross Simpson Van Santen Steadman Chiara & Simpson, September 21, 1976: US03981650 (67 worldwide citation)

A plastic extrusion mechanism having a die head primarily for use in a melt-blown process with the head formed in two mating parts respectively having first and second chambers therein with separate plastic heaters and pressure delivery extruder screws connected thereto and an insulated wall between ...


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Heinrich Fuchs: Electronic dust separator system. Hill Gross Simpson Van Santen Steadman Chiara & Simpson, September 21, 1976: US03981695 (67 worldwide citation)

A device for electronic collection of dust which includes an electrostatic separator and a high voltage transformer which, in conjunction with a pulse generator, supplies a pulse voltage to the separator. The output voltage of the pulse generator is superimposed on the output voltage of the transfor ...



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