21
Banks William W, Eckstine Dennis W, Fleagle Jon E, Bonesteel Oliver P, Eyler Francis R: Smart tele-cylinder. Grove Us, June 9, 1999: EP0921091-A2

The protection system for outriggers of a chassis includes a non-contact distance measuring device (315, 340), associated with at least one of the outriggers (310, 330) and the chassis (300, 320), mounted on one of the outriggers (310, 330)and the chassis (300, 320). The non-contact distance measuri ...


22
Banks William W, Eckstine Dennis W, Fleagle Jon E, Bonesteel Oliver P, Eyler Francis R: Obstacle avoidance and crushing protection system for outriggers of a chassis. Grove Us, June 9, 1999: EP0921092-A2

The protection system for outriggers of a chassis includes a non-contact distance measuring device (315, 340), associated with at least one of the outriggers (310, 330) and the chassis (300, 320), mounted on one of the outriggers (310, 330)and the chassis (300, 320). The non-contact distance measuri ...


23
Banks William W, Eckstine Dennis W, Fleagle Jon E, Bonesteel Oliver P, Eyler Francis R: Aerial work platform with pothole and/or obstacle detection and avoidance system. Grove Us, June 9, 1999: EP0921096-A2

The protection system for outriggers of a chassis includes a non-contact distance measuring device (315, 340), associated with at least one of the outriggers (310, 330) and the chassis (300, 320), mounted on one of the outriggers (310, 330)and the chassis (300, 320). The non-contact distance measuri ...


24
Banks William A, Castillo Luis, Pape Morgan L: A system for processing product information in support of commercial transactions. Siemens Med Solutions Health, October 30, 2002: EP1253543-A2

A system supporting commercial transactions synchronizes e-Catalog data from any e-catalog (13) into a users ERP system (17). A system for processing product information for supporting commercial transactions involves a first database for maintaining product information including product description ...


25
McDonald Edward Harvey, Banks William P: Cathodic process for the preparation of tetraalkyl lead compounds. February 8, 1972: US3640802

The present invention relates to a process for the preparation of tetraalkyl lead compounds wherein the anolyte comprises a solution of tetrabutyl ammonium bromide or tetrabutyl phosphonium bromide in water. In this process bromine is produced at the anode and forms a precipitate with the tetrabutyl ...


26

27
Digenis George A, Banks William R, Rypacek Frantisek, Agha Bushra: Elastase inhibiting polymers and methods.. Univ Kentucky Res Found, Ceskoslovenska Akademie Ved, December 27, 1990: EP0403605-A1

A polymer of the formula P-(L-R)q, wherein P is a polymer comprising at least one unit of the formula (AmBn), wherein (AmBn) is substantially nonbiodegradable and has an average molecular weight of about 1,000 to 500,000 daltons, m and n may be the sa me or different and are about 5 to 3,000, and A ...


28
Banks William Henry, Mill Colin Campbell: Preventing or reducing mist formation from oils, printing inks, etc. Printing Packaging And Allied, July 16, 1958: GB798111-A

798,111. Inking apparatus. PRINTING, PACKAGING & ALLIED TRADES RESEARCH. March 13, 1957 [March 15, 1956], No. 8177/56. Class 100(2) [Also in Group XXVIII] Printing ink mist generated at the nip of a pair of rollers 1, 2 or gears is combined by elongated jets of compressed air issuing from slots 5, 6 ...


29
CROSBEE ARTHUR WALTER, BANKS WILLIAM: [en] An Improvement in Serviette Rings.. CROSBEE ARTHUR WALTER, BANKS WILLIAM, July 8, 1899: GB189817638-A

[en] 17,638. Crosbee, A. W., and Banks, W., [trading as Crosbie & Co., A. W.]. Aug. 16. Rings, serviette.-Relates to the combination with a serviette ring of an ivory or other writing-tablet, on which to write the name of the user so that it can be erased when necessary. In Figs. 4 and 5 the curved ...


30
BANKS WILLIAM MAURICE: [en] Improvements in connected with Driving-gear for Cycles.. BANKS WILLIAM MAURICE, November 10, 1900: GB190015384-A

[en] 15,384. Banks, W. M. Aug. 29. Driving-mechanism, auxiliary, hand. The steering-wheel is driven through a chain gearing m, o, p and bevel gearing e, k by a hand-wheel i carried by a spindle g passing through the head. The chain p works inside the fork arms b. The bevel-wheel e is arranged under ...