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Ralf Sutter, Lutz Beerstecher, David Hruza, Raimund Stetter Alle, Karl Trackl: Cassette for treating medical instruments. Siemens Aktiengesellschaft, Hill Steadman & Simpson, August 6, 1996: US05543119 (246 worldwide citation)

A cassette for the acceptance of medical instruments, and preferably dental instruments, to enable a hygienic treatment of the instruments when the cassette is placed into a chamber of an apparatus that is capable of being closed pressure-tight. The cassette contains at least one adapter for holding ...


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Lutz Beerstecher, Ralf Sutter, David Hruza, Raimund Stetter Alle, Karl Trackl: Apparatus for the hygienic preparation of medical instruments. Siemens Aktiengesellschaft, Hill Steadman & Simpson, November 5, 1996: US05571488 (23 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for cleaning medical instruments including dental instruments having internal channels and internal moving parts comprises cleaning the external surface and internal channels and parts by a jet of cold water followed by a jet of preheated water, then intensely after-cleaning a ...


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Lutz Beerstecher, Ralf Sutter, David Hruza, Raimund Stetter Alle, Karl Trackl: Method for the hygienic preparation of medical instruments. Siemens Aktiengesellschaft, Hill Steadman & Simpson, March 3, 1998: US05723090 (18 worldwide citation)

A method for cleaning medical instruments including dental instruments having internal channels and internal moving parts comprises cleaning the external surface and internal channels and parts by a jet of cold water followed by a jet of preheated water, then intensely after-cleaning and disinfectin ...


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Ralf Sutter, Lutz Beerstecher, David Hruza, Raimund Stetter Alle, Karl Trackl: Apparatus for intensive cleaning of medical articles. Siemens Aktiengesellschaft, Hill Steadman & Simpson, July 9, 1996: US05533539 (17 worldwide citation)

A method for cleaning medical instruments, particularly dental articles and dental instruments, with a cleaning fluid applied in a pulsating fashion comprises a step of gas being supplied to the cleaning fluid under high pressure in a pulsating fashion in pulse pauses of the fluid. The apparatus com ...


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Holger Cecchin, Christian Daubner, Hubert Daxenberger, David Hruza, Christoph Kink, Ferdinand Kristen, Erwin Manschitz, Hans Juergen Pfisterer, Walter Wissmach: Percussion electrical hand held tool. Hilti Aktiengesellschaft, Abelman Frayne & Schwab, May 23, 2006: US07048076 (4 worldwide citation)

An electrical hand-held tool includes an electric motor (2) having a rotor shaft (3) extending transverse to the tool percussion axis (A), a rotor sheet stack (4) supported on the rotor shaft, and a pinion (5) supported on the rotor shaft, a percussion mechanism (6) including an eccentric (7), and a ...


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Holger Cecchin, Christian Daubner, Hubert Daxenberger, David Hruza, Christoph Kink, Ferdinand Kristen, Erwin Manschitz, Hans Juergen Pfisterer, Walter Wissmach: Percussion electrical hand held tool. David Toren Esq, Sidley Austin Brown & Wood, September 23, 2004: US20040182589-A1

An electrical hand-held tool includes an electric motor (2) having a rotor shaft (3) extending transverse to the tool percussion axis (A), a rotor sheet stack (4) supported on the rotor shaft, and a pinion (5) supported on the rotor shaft, a percussion mechanism (6) including an eccentric (7), and a ...


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Alexander Grunow, David Hruza: Height adjustable headrest device. Ratnerprestia, January 24, 2008: US20080018159-A1

The invention relates to a height adjustable headrest device with a crossbar element and a headrest supporting element as well as a clamp connection for continuously variable mounting of the headrest element at the crossbar element. The clamp connection comprises a retaining clamp comprising two rec ...


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Hans Werner Bongers Ambrosius, Franz Popp, David Hruza, Rory Britz, Ralph Neuhauser: Suction module. Sidley Austin Brown & Wood, September 19, 2002: US20020129949-A1

A suction module for an electrical hand-held power too land including a housing (11) at least partially receivable in the battery-receiving chamber (15) of the power tool (1) in the power tool, electrical conductors (9) for connecting the module housing (11) with a power source (10), battery contact ...