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Melville Alfred W, O Hare David H, Brickell Christopher G: Humidifying means. Fisher & Paykel, May 2, 1972: US3659604 (87 worldwide citation)

A humidifying means has a container for water which is removable from a source of heat, with the container being provided with a cover defining an air space with an inlet for gases and an outlet for gases and water vapor, the whole being removable for sterilization or other purposes. Temperature con ...


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O Hare David H, Brickell Christopher G, Spilman Lindsay G, Martin Gerald S: Humidificateur chauffe a lelectricite, Electrically heated humidifying apparatus. Fisher & Paykel, GEORGE H RICHES AND ASSOCIATES, CA1089905

ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSURE An electrically heated humidifying apparatus includes a humidifier element detachably secured to a humidifier heater with the base of the humidifier element in engagement with the electric heating plate of the humidifier heater. The humidifier element is secured to the hum ...


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Brickell Christopher G, Langland Kenneth A: Detection device for position of stacked objects. Eaton, October 27, 1995: JP1995-280512

PURPOSE: To simplify wiring and facilitate installation by disposing an optical device for detecting a wafer on one side of a holder. CONSTITUTION: A position of an object 20 in a holder 22 is determined by a pair of light beams 40, 42 from emitters LA, LB disposed on one side of the holder. Project ...