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Jeffrey D Brehant, Linn C Hoover, Thomas Kucharski, Thomas C Reiter, David J Revelle, Daniel A Slater, Luis R Torres, Patrick Vo: Apparatus for the gelatin coating of medicaments. Bayer Corporation, Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe, August 24, 1999: US05942034 (27 worldwide citation)

A process and apparatus for the gelatin coating of medicaments which includes a continuous conveyer system to advance a plurality of pallets through a loading station, at least one dipping station, at least one dryer station, a reorientation station and an unloading station. Medicaments to be coated ...


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Jeffrey D Brehaut, Linn C Hoover, Thomas Kucharski, Thomas C Reiter, David J Revelle, Daniel A Slater, Luis R Torres, Patrick Vo: Process for the gelatin coating of medicaments. Boyer Corporation, Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe, October 3, 2000: US06126987 (5 worldwide citation)

A process and apparatus for the gelatin coating of medicaments which includes a continuous conveyer system to advance a plurality of pallets through a loading station, at least one dipping station, at least one dryer station, a reorientation station and an unloading station. Medicaments to be coated ...


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David J Revelle, Peter A Pastecki, Thomas C Reiter: Apparatus for orienting and loading solid compact medicaments. Bayer Corporated, Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe, December 3, 1996: US05579951 (5 worldwide citation)

An apparatus (10) for orienting and loading solid compact medicaments, such as solid compact medicaments (A), into a carrier device (C) comprises a feeder (12) having a plurality of elongated first channels (20) through which the solid compact medicaments travel with an acute angle relative to a pre ...


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Jeffrey D Brehant, Linn C Hoover, Thomas Kucharski, Thomas C Reiter, David J Revelle, Daniel A Slater, Luis R Torres, Patrick Vo: Process and apparatus for holding medicaments to be coated. Bayer Corporation, Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe, July 10, 2001: US06258400 (4 worldwide citation)

A process and apparatus for holding a plurality of medicaments to be coated is disclosed. A support member is provided having a receiving surface with a plurality of channels to communicate a vacuum across the receiving surface and an aperture operable to couple the plurality of channels to a vacuum ...


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Jeffrey D Brehant, Linn C Hoover, Thomas Kucharski, Thomas C Reiter, David J Revelle, Daniel A Slater, Luis R Torres, Patrick Vo: Process and apparatus for drying a plurality of dip-coated medicaments. Bayer Corporation, Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe, March 6, 2001: US06195911 (1 worldwide citation)

A process and apparatus for the gelatin coating of medicaments which includes a continuous conveyer system to advance a plurality of pallets through a loading station, at least one dipping station, at least one dryer station, a reorientation station and an unloading station. Medicaments to be coated ...


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Jeffrey D Brehaut, Linn C Hoover, Thomas Kucharski, Thomas C Reiter, David J Revelle, Daniel A Slater, Luis R Torres, Patrick Vo: Process and apparatus for reorienting medicaments to be coated. Bayer Corporation, Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe, October 17, 2000: US06132159

Medicaments on a first pallet are transferred onto a second pallet, thereby reorienting the medicaments. The first pallet is received on a first lift plate and the second pallet is received on a second lift plate in vertical opposition to the first lift plate. A lift mechanism urges the first and se ...


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Robert C Kruse, David J Revelle: Method of holding a key in a keyway. Davenport Machine, Phillips Lytle, January 2, 2007: US07155799

An improved method of holding a key (20) in a keyway (31) includes the steps of: forming an elongated keyway in the member, the member having at least one sharp corner (34) facing into the keyway adjacent either end thereof; forming a key (20) to fit in the keyway, the key being so dimensioned, prop ...


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Robert C Kruse, David J Revelle: Keyway, and method of holding a key in a keyway. Davenport Machine, Phillips Lytle, March 2, 2006: US20060045610-A1

An improved method of holding a key (20) in a keyway (31) includes the steps of: forming an elongated keyway in the member, the member having at least one sharp corner (34) facing into the keyway adjacent either end thereof; forming a key (20) to fit in the keyway, the key being so dimensioned, prop ...