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Christopher F Lang, James H Lohr: Multistation color coded liquid mixing and dispensing apparatus. S C Johnson Commercial Markets, Neil E Hamilton, Warren R Bovee, Renee J Rymarz, November 27, 2001: US06322242 (23 worldwide citation)

A multistation liquid mixing and dispensing apparatus which substantially reduces the risk of dispensing the wrong product. A color-coded system is employed which color-coordinates the container with a chemical concentrate to the components of the mixing and dispensing apparatus. An eductor is emplo ...


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Steven E Schiller, Christopher F Lang, James H Lohr, Curtis H Hubmann: Portable spraying device. S C Johnson Commercial Markets, Neil E Hamilton, Warren R Bovee, Renee J Rymarz, April 16, 2002: US06371385 (22 worldwide citation)

A portable sprayer device which affords protection for the liquid concentrate container. A versatile spraying capability is also provided as well as an apparatus producing a vacuum function, an air gap and a spill-proof bottle feature. The sprayer device is particularly suited for dispensing cleanin ...


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Michael H Bertucci, Christopher F Lang, Steven E Schiller: Support for dispensing device. Johnsondiversey, Neil E Hamilton, James J Sales, Renee J Rymarz, November 14, 2006: US07134612 (12 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for supporting a hand held liquid dispensing device which affords a storage capability for the device as well as affords the filling of containers and buckets. In a preferred manner the apparatus provides for the support of two dispensing devices and the filling of two containers or one ...


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Charles A Crawford, Andrew M Bober, Shwn meei Y Linden, Christopher F Lang, Axel Schmitz, Alfred Adolf Widmer: Floor finish application assembly and method. Diversey, Michael Best & Friedrich, March 4, 2014: US08662778 (9 worldwide citation)

A floor finish application tool and method for applying floor finishes to a floor. Some embodiments are provided with disposable or quickly replaceable features, such as feed lines or reservoirs to eliminate the need for time consuming clean-up operations. Some embodiments are provided with a two po ...


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Christopher F Lang, Timothy S Jones, David Andersen, Ron Dir: Support rack for plastic containers. JohnsonDiversey, Neil E Hamilton, Warren R Bovee, Renee J Rymarz, December 2, 2003: US06655537 (7 worldwide citation)

A support rack for a plastic container having a content in excess of 1.5 gallons of liquid. Two or more support members extend from a wire body section, for engagement with apertures in the plastic container. A connecting section extends between the support members of first sides thereof, and suppor ...


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Michael H Bertucci, Curtis H Hubmann, Christopher F Lang, Steven E Schiller: Multi-station liquid dispensing apparatus with automatic selection of proper flow rate. JohnsonDiversey, Gregory S Bollis, April 14, 2009: US07516763 (6 worldwide citation)

A multi-station dispensing apparatus which affords an automatic flow rate for the product to be dispensed. It also provides a single control knob which can select from several different chemical concentrates to be diluted and dispensed. In addition, a bottle can be filled by single-handed operation ...


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Michael H Bertucci, Curtis H Hubmann, Christopher F Lang, Steven E Schiller: Multi-station liquid dispensing apparatus with automatic selection of proper flow rate. Diversey, Michael Best & Friedrich, November 19, 2013: US08584716 (5 worldwide citation)

A multi-station liquid mixing and dispensing apparatus. The apparatus includes a housing that defines a first pocket for supporting a first container and a second pocket for supporting a second container, a first door pivotably coupled to the housing and enclosing the first pocket, and a second door ...


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Michael H Bertucci, Christopher F Lang, Susan K Lewis, Justin M Nunez, Timothy S Jones, Steven E Schiller, Wayne Phillips: Fluid dispensing apparatus and method. Diversey, Michael Best & Friedrich, January 1, 2013: US08342364 (5 worldwide citation)

A fluid dispenser and method of operating the same. The fluid dispenser can include a wheel driven by diluent passing along a flow path in the fluid dispenser. The wheel can be connected to a pump to pump fluid from a reservoir for dispense into the diluent. In some embodiments, the ratio of wheel r ...


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Michael H Bertucci, Curtis H Hubmann, Christopher F Lang, Steven E Schiller: Multi-station liquid dispensing apparatus with automatic selection of proper flow rate. Diversey, Gregory S Bollis, June 21, 2011: US07963304 (5 worldwide citation)

A multi-station dispensing apparatus which affords an automatic flow rate for the product to be dispensed. It also provides a single control knob which can select from several different chemical concentrates to be diluted and dispensed. In addition, a bottle can be filled by single-handed operation ...


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John A Boticki, James L Bournoville, Christopher F Lang, Curtis H Hubmann: Foam nozzle. JohnsonDiversey, Neil E Hamilton, James J Sales, Renee J Rymarz, September 5, 2006: US07100843 (5 worldwide citation)

A foam producing nozzle for attachment to a spray nozzle which is readily attached and removed therefrom. The foam producing nozzle has air channels which do not lend themselves toward leaking. The dilution rate of the chemical concentrate is not affected by the foam producing nozzle.