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Joseph R Wilder, Franklin G Reick: Medical instrument and light pipe illumination assembly. Michael Ebert, January 7, 1986: US04562832 (331 worldwide citation)

A disposable medical instrument and light pipe illumination assembly fabricated of synthetic plastic material. When put to use, the instrument, such as a surgical retractor, assumes a position at which its operative section lies adjacent the field of medical interest, such as a body cavity or surgic ...


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Joseph R Wilder, Franklin G Reick: Surgical clip-on light pipe illumination assembly. Michael Ebert, August 12, 1986: US04605990 (80 worldwide citation)

A disposable surgical clip-on light pipe illumination assembly constituted by a manually-operated clamp adapted to clip onto an abdominal or other tissue wall surrouding a surgical site. The clamp is provided with a holder to retain a short, flexible light pipe at a position at which the front secti ...


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Joseph R Wilder, Franklin G Reick: Medical tubing holder. Michael Ebert, August 19, 1986: US04606735 (63 worldwide citation)

A detachable holder for immobilizing a flexible tubing at a site adjacent its point of connection to a medical device inserted in a patient to feed a therapeutic fluid into a vein or artery or to withdraw fluid from the patient. The holder is formed by a flexible plastic strip having upstanding end ...


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Franklin G Reick: Substrate coated with super-hydrophobic layers. Michael Ebert, January 6, 1976: US03931428 (46 worldwide citation)

The technique for forming on a substrate an abrasion-resistant layer having super-hydrophobic properties. Applied to the face of the substrate which has an inherently hydrophobic micro-pile formation are hydrophobic fumed silicon dioxide particles dispersed in a hydrophobic solvent. Dissolved in the ...


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Franklin G Reick: Lubricant oil containing polytetrafluoroethylene and fluorochemical surfactant. Michael Ebert, Michael Ebert, September 23, 1980: US04224173 (44 worldwide citation)

A lubricating oil containing polytetrafluoroethylene particles and a fluorochemical surfactant which stabilizes the dispersion and creates a molecular surface tension skin on the surface of the oil to reduce volatilization losses during use in an internal combustion engine.


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Franklin G Reick: Aircraft fuel contaminant tester. Michael Ebert, August 24, 1976: US03976572 (42 worldwide citation)

A test unit for indicating the presence of water and other contaminants in aircraft fuel. The unit is constituted by a transparent cylinder closed at its bottom and having a filter element therein which divides the cylinder into an upper chamber and a lower chamber. Mounted at the top end of the cyl ...


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Franklin G Reick: Hybrid lubricant including halocarbon oil. Michael Ebert, Michael Ebert, November 28, 1978: US04127491 (41 worldwide citation)

A hybrid lubricant in which a stabilized, colloidal dispersion of solid lubricant particles (PTFE) is uniformly dispersed in a fluid lubricant carrier including a small amount of halocarbon oil. When the hybrid lubricant is diluted with a major amount of a conventional fluid lubricant, it functions ...


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Franklin G Reick: Water maze game with super-hydrophobic surface. Michael Ebert, Michael Ebert, March 6, 1979: US04142724 (29 worldwide citation)

A toy, game or other play device wherein a trackway, slide, maze or other play surface is coated with super-hydrophobic material that is highly water repellent, whereby a drop of water applied thereto forms into a ball that can then be manipulated by a player to carry out predetermined play activiti ...


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Franklin G Reick: Toys and games using super-hydrophobic surfaces. Michael Ebert, Michael Ebert, April 22, 1980: US04199142 (29 worldwide citation)

A toy, game or other play device wherein a trackway, slide, maze or other play surface is coated with superhydrophobic material that is highly water repellent, whereby a drop of water applied thereto forms into a ball that can then be manipulated by a player to carry out predetermined play activitie ...


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Franklin G Reick: Lubricating oil with fluorocarbon additive. Michael Ebert, January 20, 1976: US03933656 (27 worldwide citation)

A lubricant having boundary layer properties to minimize friction between contacting metal parts under low-speed, high-load conditions. The lubricant is constituted by an oil intermixed with a dispersion of microfine fluorocarbon particles having an extremely low-coefficient of friction, the dispers ...