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Johnson Paul R, Bero James, Carter Jeff G, Candia Anthony M, Kieger George T, Hales Ronald F, Thomas Fred C Iii: A method of and apparatus for removing debris from the floptical medium. Minnesota Mining And Manufacturing Company, KURTZ Richard E, January 6, 1994: WO/1994/000274

A method and apparatus for removal of particulate waste materials or debris (10) from the floptical medium (1) after laser etching. A low temperature gas containing ice crystals (4) is applied at a predetermined angle while the floptical medium (1) is being rotated to improve the cleaning effect. Th ...


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Wilson Walter Rd: Organic pesticide. Wilson Walter Rd, WAGNER Louis F, January 6, 1994: WO/1994/000010 (22 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a totally organic refined wax based pesticide which is a longer-lasting, environmentally safe, pesticide which effects a physical change in the organisms' ecosystem thereby mechanically disrupting its ability to function. The pesticide is coupled with a naturally-produced c ...


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Draxl Josef, Zorn Heinz, Macher David: (De) Elektrisch beheizbares speisengeschirr und dafür geeignete aufnahmen, (En) Electrically heatable tableware and receptacle therefor. Draxl Josef, Zorn Heinz, Macher David, STÄDTLER Wolfram, January 6, 1994: WO/1994/000044 (20 worldwide citation)

(EN) An electrically heatable piece of tableware (2, 48, 84) has a body (4) made of non electroconductive material upon which is applied an electroconductive heating layer (24) made of an electric resistance material and linked to at least two connections (32, 34; 86) which show on the outer surface ...


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Ross Leslie: Safety helmets. Ross Leslie, Brine Christopher Andrew, HARMAN M G, January 6, 1994: WO/1994/000031 (19 worldwide citation)

A safety helmet for e.g. motorcycles has its outer shell formed as a sandwich, comprising outer (33) and inner (30-32) composite layers each of resin and impact-resistant material separated by an intermediate layer (34) of resilient material. The impact-resistant material is preferably a cloth of hi ...


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Falconer Robert Malcolm, Nanu Arun: Method and apparatus for shucking shellfish. Industrial Research, Falconer Robert Malcolm, Nanu Arun, TERRY John Kinnear, January 6, 1994: WO/1994/000022 (18 worldwide citation)

A method of opening uni-valve and bi-valve shellfish by exposing the region of the shell of a shellfish adjacent the adductor muscle to a stream of hot air for a period sufficient to detach the adductor muscle and facilitate opening of the shellfish. The method involves supplying between 25 to 450 k ...


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Kriesel Marshall S, Thompson Thomas N: Mixing and delivery system. Science Incorporated, DVORAK George F, January 6, 1994: WO/1994/000070 (16 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for separately storing a first component, such as a drug and for mixing this first component with a second component, such as a sterilized diluent, to form a beneficial agent which can be delivered to a patient from the container (16) containing the second component. The device includes ...


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Bagnato V John, Wilson Jeff A: Method and device for intracorporeal knot tying. Boston Scientific Corporation, HERBSTER George A, January 6, 1994: WO/1994/000054 (14 worldwide citation)

A method and device (20) for intracorporeal knot tying. The device comprises an elongated, tubular member (22) formed of a shape memory material for carrying a suture thread (25) through an internal passage. A distal end (23) of the tube is formed with a bight (28). An outer sheath (21) supports the ...


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Takaki Shunsuke: Blood pressure transducer. Minnesota Mining And Manufacturing Company, Takaki Shunsuke, sUBEL F Andrew, January 6, 1994: WO/1994/000051 (13 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a blood pressure transducer (8) and provides a safe and economical transducer by providing a novel optical fiber (80) made of a transparent elastomer. The present invention provides an invasive direct blood pressure transducer (8) of an external sensor system consisting of ...


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Gao Yong: Automatic dental flossing device. Gao Yong, January 6, 1994: WO/1994/000075 (12 worldwide citation)

A power-driven fully automatic dental flossing device has an elongate housing configuration with an extending thin housing arm forked at the front end, and an enlarged housing handle for containing a pair of reels (11, 17) with dental floss (10) on them, a dividing gear system, dental floss operatin ...


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Yu Michael: Pressure-compensated self-flushing dripper. Yu Michael, FELGER Thomas R, January 6, 1994: WO/1994/000003 (11 worldwide citation)

The dripper and mini-spray (10) includes an inlet (12) and an outlet (16) coupled to a housing (14) which defines a substantially spherical, ellipsoidal, or cylindrical chamber. The chamber houses a ball (26) which can roll about the chamber freely, but which is too large to exit through either the ...



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