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David S Taylor, Peter D Lee, Desmond T Curran, Peter B Allen, Scott R Alexander: Respiratory component mounting assembly. 3M Innovative Properties Company, Anna A Wetzels, October 26, 2010: US07819120 (26 worldwide citation)

A respiratory component mounting assembly includes a first respiratory component, a second respiratory component and a mounting clip for mounting the second respiratory component to the first respiratory component. Each of the first and second respiratory components includes at least two spaced apar ...


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Joshua Swithenbank, David S Taylor: Control of burners. Land Combustion, Trexler Wolters Bushnell & Fosse, September 7, 1982: US04348169 (25 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to the control of burners, e.g., for boilers or furnaces and has for its objective to provide means whereby the combustion conditions existing at a burner are initially governed by pre-determined conditions which conditions can be automatically maintained or improved during the ...


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David S Taylor, Peter D Lee, Christopher P Henderson: Anatomically fitted respiratory component belt. 3M Innovative Properties Company, November 25, 2008: US07454800 (9 worldwide citation)

An anatomically fitted belt is used for carrying one or more waist-mounted respiratory protection components. The belt includes a main belt portion and a belt buckle portion. The main belt portion includes a back section, a left side section, a right side section, a left connective section between t ...


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Chauncey D Taylor, David S Taylor: Convertible towing hitch. Hydrapak Corporation, Larson and Taylor, February 16, 1988: US04725068 (6 worldwide citation)

A convertible towing hitch which is used to tow a farm implement with a vehicle includes a U-shaped planar member. This planar member has a central connecting leg, a first extending leg, and a second extending leg. A two-way pivot alowing two degrees of rotational freedom is attached at a free end o ...


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Joshua Swithenbank, David S Taylor: Flow meters. Kemon & Estabrook, November 27, 1984: US04484471 (5 worldwide citation)

A meter for measuring the rate of flow of a fluid comprises an inlet and outlet for the fluid, a surface intermediate of said inlet and outlet over which the fluid will flow in passing from inlet to outlet, a second surface maintained at a different temperature to the first surface and being connect ...


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