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George H Fathauer, James M Fowler Jr, Edward J Rylicki, Edwin E Mason: Electronic air filtering apparatus. Masco Corporation of Indiana, Neuman Williams Anderson & Olson, March 26, 1985: US04507131 (17 worldwide citation)

Air filtering apparatus includes a filter cell having ionizing and collecting structure, a high voltage power supply and control unit for supplying a high voltage to the filter cell, a separate low voltage power supply unit for supplying operating power to the high voltage power supply unit and a se ...


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George H Fathauer, James M Fowler Jr, Edward J Rylicki, Edwin E Mason: DC Power supply for an air filter. Masco Corporation, Neuman Williams Anderson & Olson, October 18, 1983: US04410934 (13 worldwide citation)

Air filtering apparatus includes a filter cell having ionizing and collecting structure, a high voltage power supply and control unit for supplying a high voltage to the filter cell, a separate low voltage power supply unit for supplying operating power to the high voltage power supply unit and a se ...


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George H Fathauer, James M Fowler Jr, Edward J Rylicki, Edwin E Mason: Electronic air filtering apparatus. Masco Corporation of Indiana, Neuman Williams Anderson & Olson, June 18, 1985: US04523463 (7 worldwide citation)

Air filtering apparatus includes a filter cell having ionizing and collecting structure, a high voltage power supply and control unit for supplying a high voltage to the filter cell, a separate low voltage power supply unit for supplying operating power to the high voltage power supply unit and a se ...


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Edward J Rylicki: Method and apparatus for the induction heat treatment of irregularly shaped workpieces. Industrial Electric Heating, George Wolken Jr, October 20, 1987: US04701584 (3 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a method and apparatus for the induction heat treatment of conducting workpieces. More particularly, this invention relates to an apparatus and method for heat treating irregularly shaped workpieces lacking rotational symmetry about a central axis. The heat treatment applie ...


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Wallace Shane Swanger, Edward J Rylicki, Oleg S Fishman: Simultaneous induction heating of multiple workpieces. Inductotherm, Philip O Post, November 8, 2005: US06963057 (1 worldwide citation)

Multiple workpieces are inductively heated by passing them through one or more induction heating coils. Passage of a section of each workpiece through a coil may oscillate in the forward and reverse directions, independent of the movement of the other workpieces, one or more times, to selectively he ...