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Brian T Davis, John J Gatzemeyer: Battery powered volatile dispenser having an electrical power cut-off for a visible fan. S C Johnson & Son, April 16, 2002: US06371450 (71 worldwide citation)

A battery powered volatile dispenser for dispensing a volatile material, the volatile dispenser including a housing having an air inlet, an air outlet, an airflow path therebetween, and a holder for a volatile reservoir for supplying a volatile to be introduced into air flowing in the airflow path. ...


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Amelia H Majerowski, Brian T Davis, Thomas Jaworski, Jonathan N Mandell, Mary Beth Adams, James W Yonker: Insecticidal liquid bait station. S C Johnson & Son, April 29, 2003: US06553712 (46 worldwide citation)

An insect bait station is disclosed. The insect bait station includes: a reservoir for holding a liquid bait, the reservoir having a mouth and a closure for sealing the mouth such that the liquid bait is contained in the reservoir; a piercer for opening the closure of the reservoir such that a liqui ...


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Brian T Davis, Stephen B Leonard: Adjustable clip means for air fresheners and other devices. S C Johnson & Son, July 29, 1997: US05651522 (43 worldwide citation)

An adjustable clip having a first part (10) and a second part (20) capable of attaching an article in a variety of positions where the first part includes a back surface (14) and a first flat surface (12) at an angle with respect of about 40.degree. to 60.degree. with respect to back surface (14). T ...


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Joel E Adair, Brian T Davis, Gopal P Ananth, Thomas J Szymczak: Air treatment devices with use-up indicators. S C Johnson & Son, March 2, 2010: US07670566 (31 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are devices for dispensing air treatment chemicals. There is a substrate bearing a first volatile air treatment chemical that is capable of being dispensed from the substrate when the substrate is heated, and an indicator unit holding a volatile indicator chemical separate from the first v ...


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Lynn M O Rourke, John W Mikkonen, Brian T Davis, John J Gatzemeyer: Volatile carrier for use with a heating device. S C Johnson & Son, June 20, 2000: US06078728 (26 worldwide citation)

A volatile carrier for supplying a volatile ingredient to a heating device to be dispensed thereby, the heating device having a heat transfer site and a pass-through path to receive an inserted volatile carrier at one end of the pass-through path to position the volatile carrier adjacent to the heat ...


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Ranjit A De Silva, Brian T Davis, Gopal P Ananth: Air treatment dispensers delivering multiple chemicals. S C Johnson & Son, June 9, 2009: US07544332 (26 worldwide citation)

Devices for dispensing air treatment chemicals are described. They have a first substrate bearing a first volatile air treatment chemical that is dispensed when the first substrate is heated, and a second substrate bearing a second volatile air treatment chemical that is dispensed from the second su ...


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Joel E Adair, Brian T Davis, Gopal P Ananth, David P Mather: Air treatment device with reservoir refill. S C Johnson & Son, January 26, 2010: US07651666 (23 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are devices for dispensing air treatment chemicals, and refill units for use therewith. Some of these devices have a well facing the heater and a transparent wall to view the use up of the air treatment chemical. Other of these devices have a refill with wells positioned in opposing direct ...


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Brian T Davis: Container and retractable hanger system. S C Johnson & Son, May 12, 1998: US05749497 (19 worldwide citation)

A container and retractable hanger system includes a container having a dispenser at one end and a face with a depression at an opposite end. The depression has a recessed face. A cylindrical boss extends a distance from the recessed face of the depression. A lip extends from a portion of the boss. ...


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Brian T Davis, Robert R Emmrich, Kenneth J Welch, Padma P Varanasi, Joel E Adair: Wick assembly. S C Johnson & Son, December 4, 2007: US07303143 (14 worldwide citation)

A wick assembly is provided for use in a dispensing device that dispenses volatile material from a wick by heat. Two wick sections of differing material are provided in stacked fashion, with a coupler sleeve that can be used to facilitate attachment of the wick structure to a reservoir. One wick sec ...


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Padma Prabodh Varanasi, Joel E Adair, Brian T Davis, Saleh Adam Saleh: Electric liquid volatile dispenser. S C Johnson & Son, November 22, 2005: US06968124 (13 worldwide citation)

A plug-in type dispenser of liquid volatiles, such as insecticides, fragrants, and the like, of the type having a heater for evaporating the liquid volatiles from a wick, provides improved volatile dispersion characteristics and in-use indication. Air flow through the dispenser and around the wick i ...