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Martin W Sabin, Cullen M Sabin: Self-regulating heat pack. Tempra Technology, Fish & Richardson P C, November 16, 1999: US05984953 (50 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a self-heating, disposable heating pack utilizing an exothermic chemical reaction. Self-moderation of the heat pack is provided through the use of a preformed reversibly stiffenable gel that alters the rate of exothermic chemical reactions. A vaporizable solvent is used to a ...


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Dennis A Thomas, Cullen M Sabin, John H Cover: Miniaturized cooling device and method of use. Liquid CO sub 2 Engineering, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, July 26, 1988: US04759191 (31 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a self-contained, rapid cooling device that retains heat produced from the cooling process and can be stored for indefinite periods without loosing its cooling potential. A liquid in a first chamber undergoes a change of phase into vapor, which cools the first chamber. A sorbent in a se ...


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Cullen M Sabin, Heinz F Poppendiek: Means and techniques useful in mass flowmeters for multiphase flows. Geoscience, Frank E Mauritz, August 12, 1986: US04604902 (28 worldwide citation)

A mixture of two materials flows through a first measuring station which includes a Venturi meter for obtaining and measuring a pressure difference .DELTA.p that is representative of mass flow rate of the mixture and velocity. The mixture then flows through a second measuring station which includes ...


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Gary V Steidl, Cullen M Sabin, Dennis A Thomas: Disposable food heater. Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, July 30, 1991: US05035230 (26 worldwide citation)

Control of the exothermic chemical reaction between an oxidizing agent and an associated fuel, particularly potassium permanganate and ethylene glycol, is produced by binding the oxidizing agent such that there is a controlled exposure of the oxidizing agent to the fuel, the controlled exposure of t ...


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Cullen M Sabin, Martin W Sabin, Yan Xiong: Portable heating/cooling and dispensing devices. Tempra Technology, Fish & Richardson P C, February 4, 2003: US06513516 (22 worldwide citation)

A self-contained device for heating/dispensing or cooling/dispensing material is described. The device includes at least one heat- or cold-generating element and at least one container for containing material to be heated or cooled. The device can further be equipped with gussets or similar features ...


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Gary V Steidl, Cullen M Sabin, Dennis A Thomas: Cooling device with improved waste-heat handling capability. International Thermal Packaging, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, February 19, 1991: US04993239 (19 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a self-contained, rapid cooling device that can be stored for indefinite periods without losing its cooling potential. A liquid in a first chamber undergoes a change of phase into vapor which cools the first chamber. A sorbent in a second chamber is in fluid communication with the vapor ...


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Gary V Steidl, Cullen M Sabin, Dennis A Thomas: Cooling device with improved waste-heat handling capability. International Thermal Packaging, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, August 21, 1990: US04949549 (19 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a self-contained, rapid cooling device that can be stored for indefinite periods without losing its cooling potential. A liquid in a first chamber undergoes a change of phase into vapor which cools the first chamber. A sorbent in a second chamber is in fluid communication with the vapor ...


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Martin W Sabin, Cullen M Sabin, Barney J Guarino: Liquid heat pack. Tempra Technology, Fish & Richardson PC, September 12, 2000: US06116231 (18 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a self-heating, disposable liquid heating pack utilizing an exothermic chemical reaction. Moderation of the reaction is provided by the use of a gelling agent, which also gives structural rigidity to the heating pack.


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Martin W Sabin, Cullen M Sabin, Yan Xiong, Kevin J Pitz: Heat pack with expansion capability. Tempra Technology, Fish & Richardson P C, November 4, 2003: US06640801 (16 worldwide citation)

A disposable heating device is disclosed that includes a container having a first zone, a second zone and a third zone. A fuel is contained within the first zone and an oxidizing agent contained within the second zone. A first frangible separator disposed between the first zone and the second zone. ...


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Cullen M Sabin, Dennis A Thomas, Gary V Steidl: Vacuum insulated sorbent-driven refrigeration device. International Thermal Packaging, March 30, 1993: US05197302 (14 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a self-contained, rapid cooling device that retains heat produced from the cooling process and can be stored for indefinite periods without losing its cooling potential. A liquid in a first chamber undergoes a change of phase into vapor which cools the first chamber. A second chamber fo ...