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Fred M Austin, Roy R Miller, Brian K Clark: Method and apparatus for sorting recycled material. Bulk Handling, Marger Johnson & McCollom, October 5, 1999: US05960964 (34 worldwide citation)

A compound disc is used to eliminate a secondary slot normally formed between adjacent shafts of a material separation screen. The compound disc comprises a primary disc joined to an associated secondary disc. The primary disc and the secondary disc each have the same shape but the secondary disc ha ...


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Fred M Austin, Roy R Miller, Brian K Clark: Method and apparatus for sorting recycled material. Bulk Handling Systems, Marger Johnson & McCollom P C, April 16, 2002: US06371305 (30 worldwide citation)

A compound disc is used to eliminate a secondary slot normally formed between the outside perimeter of discs on adjacent shafts of a material separation screen. The compound disc includes a primary disc joined to an associated secondary disc. The primary disc and the secondary disc each have the sam ...


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Brian K Clark, Roy R Miller: Method and apparatus for separating paper from cardboard. Bulk Handling System, Marger Johnson et al, September 1, 1998: US05799801 (28 worldwide citation)

A disc screen classifies material by size. The disc screen includes a frame, a plurality of shafts mounted on the frame parallel with one another and a first stage including discs mounted on the shafts in a substantially coplanar row. Each of the discs has a perimeter shaped to maintain the space be ...


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Brian K Clark, Roy R Miller: Multi-stage disc screen for classifying material by size. Bulk Handling Systems, Marger Johnson McCollom & Stolowitz, September 19, 1995: US05450966 (27 worldwide citation)

A disc screen for classifying material by size. The disc screen comprises a frame, a plurality of shafts mounted on the frame parallel with one another, a first stage including discs mounted on the shafts in a substantially coplanar row, each of the discs having a perimeter shaped to maintain the sp ...


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Brian K Clark, Roy R Miller: Bag breaker. Bulk Handling Systems, Marger Johnson McCollom & Stolowitz, January 16, 1996: US05484247 (23 worldwide citation)

A separation system tears apart trash bags in a manner that will ensure that the trash and recyclable material inside the bag will fall out onto a conveyer while at the same time maintaining the bag in substantially one piece. The bag is dropped onto two cylinders that rotate in opposite directions. ...


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Roy R Miller, Brian K Clark, Fred M Austin: System and method for separating recycled debris. Bulk Handling Systems, Marger Johnson McCollom & Stolowitz, January 23, 1996: US05485925 (21 worldwide citation)

A system for classifying recycled debris comprising ferrous materials, fines, non-ferrous light material and non-ferrous heavy material. The classification system is made of a hopper having an inlet, including a spillway opening defining a lowermost portion of the hopper inlet, and an outlet formed ...


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Bernard S Paulson, Bruce H Paulson, Brian K Clark, Richard A Briesemeister: Self-cleaning support roller for an endless conveyor belt. Pixall Corporation, Merchant Gould Smith Edell Welter & Schmidt, February 19, 1985: US04499992 (5 worldwide citation)

A self-cleaning support for a conveyor belt having a shaft with first and second ends and a longitudinal center capable of being adapted to rotate at each of the ends. The shaft is provided with a first flighting to convey material from a first point proximate the longitudinal center toward the firs ...


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Roy R Miller, Brian K Clark: Method and apparatus for aligning and spacing articles on a conveyor belt. Bulk Handling Systems, Marger Johnson McCollom & Stolowitz P C, July 15, 1997: US05647473 (5 worldwide citation)

A first conveyor belt has a transverse tilt from horizontal and a wall along one side. Crushed plastic containers dropped onto the belt fall against the wall and are thus aligned under gravity action. The first belt transfers aligned containers to a second belt operating at a faster rate of speed an ...


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John R Jamison, Brian K Clark: Firearm construction employing three point bearing. John R Jamison, Chernoff Vilhauer McClung & Stenzel, September 13, 2011: US08015740 (3 worldwide citation)

A construction for a firearm comprises an action, including a barrel, and a stock. The action is seated to the stock on a three-point bearing system comprising three bearings arranged in a triangular array. This provides for firm seating for the action and results in a more accurate firearm.


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John R Jamison, Brian K Clark: Firearm construction. John R Jamison, August 4, 2011: US20110185618-A1

A construction for a firearm comprises an action, including a barrel, and a stock. The action is seated to the stock on a three-point bearing system comprising three bearings arranged in a triangular array. This provides for firm seating for the action and results in a more accurate firearm.