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Kevin R Carlstrom, Gerald L Larson, Frank Bondarowicz: Method of estimating engine lubricant condition. International Truck Intellectual Property Company, Jeffrey P Calfa, Dennis Kelly Sullivan, Susan L Lukasik, July 26, 2005: US06920779 (35 worldwide citation)

A motor vehicle having an internal combustion engine and a lubricating oil circulation system provides estimates of the distance remaining before an oil change becomes imperative. An indirect estimate of the depletion of various additives and the deterioration of oil operating characteristics is bas ...


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Frank Bondarowicz, Kevin R Calstrom, Gerald L Larson: Method of monitoring engine lubricant condition. International Truck Intellectual Property Company L L C, Jeffrey P Calfa, Neil T Powell, Dennis Kelly Sullivan, February 4, 2003: US06513368 (29 worldwide citation)

A method for generating indicators relating to the condition of lubricating oil in an internal combustion engine. A set of variables relating to operation of the internal combustion engine serve as proxy variables for brake mean effective pressure developed by the internal combustion engine. Operati ...


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Henna Agha, Frank Bondarowicz, Glenn G Heavens, Amy L Williams: Captive fastener. Illinois Tool Works, Mark W Croll, Paul F Donovan, August 3, 2004: US06769851 (8 worldwide citation)

A captive fastener retention member includes a cylindrical body having a flange at one end thereof. Work piece retention members project outwardly of the body for securing the retention member in a bore of a work piece. A dimple projects inwardly in the retention member to hold a fastener. The flang ...


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Frank Bondarowicz, Kevin R Calstrom, Gerald L Larson: Method of monitoring engine lubricant condition. International Truck Intellectual Property Company L L C, Jeffrey P Calfa, Neil T Powell, Dennis Kelly Sullivan, February 4, 2003: US06513367 (3 worldwide citation)

A method for generating indicators relating to the condition of lubricating oil in an internal combustion engine. A set of variables relating to operation of the internal combustion engine serve as proxy variables for brake mean effective pressure developed by the internal combustion engine. Operati ...


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Scott J Rote, Michael R Riechers, Aaron B Eiger, Frank Bondarowicz: Product table for a food slicer with hollow peripheral reinforcements. Premark FEG L L C, Thompson Hine, June 23, 2009: US07549363 (2 worldwide citation)

A food slicer is provided having a support member including a base portion and an upstanding portion integrally formed with the base portion. The upstanding portion includes a rotating cutting blade secured thereto for slicing food product and at least one motor positioned within the upstanding port ...


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Scott M Zeeb, James Fournier, Frank Bondarowicz: Product fence for a food slicer. Premark FEG L L C, Thompson Hine, December 16, 2008: US07464632 (2 worldwide citation)

A food slicer is provided having a support member including a base portion and an upstanding portion integrally formed with the base portion. The upstanding portion includes a rotating cutting blade secured thereto for slicing food product and at least one motor positioned within the upstanding port ...


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Kevin R Carlstrom, Gerald L Larson, Frank Bondarowicz: Method of estimating engine lubricant condition. International Truck Intellectual Property Company, May 20, 2004: US20040093931-A1

A motor vehicle having an internal combustion engine and a lubricating oil circulation system provides estimates of the distance remaining before an oil change becomes imperative. An indirect estimate of the depletion of various additives and the deterioration of oil operating characteristics is bas ...


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Hardev S Somal, Philip Anthony, Scott J Rote, Frank Bondarowicz: Gage plate adjustment mechanism for a food slicer. Illinois Tool Works, March 1, 2007: US20070044612-A1

A food slicer is provided having a support member including a base portion and an upstanding portion integrally formed with the base portion. The upstanding portion includes a rotating cutting blade secured thereto for slicing food product and at least one motor positioned within the upstanding port ...


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Scott J Rote, Hardev S Somal, James Fournier, Frank Bondarowicz: Top mounted operator interface for a food slicer. Mark W Croll, Illinois Tool Works, March 1, 2007: US20070044621-A1

A food slicer is provided having a support member including a base portion and an upstanding portion integrally formed with the base portion. The upstanding portion includes a rotating cutting blade secured thereto for slicing food product and at least one motor positioned within the upstanding port ...


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Scott J Rote, Michael R Riechers, Aaron B Eiger, Frank Bondarowicz: Product table for a food slicer with hollow peripheral reinforcements. Mark W Croll, Illinois Tool Works, March 1, 2007: US20070044625-A1

A food slicer is provided having a support member including a base portion and an upstanding portion integrally formed with the base portion. The upstanding portion includes a rotating cutting blade secured thereto for slicing food product and at least one motor positioned within the upstanding port ...