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Griffin Henry W: Motor vehicle window molding. General Motors Corporation, Furman H, December 3, 1974: US3851432 (39 worldwide citation)

A molding for concealing the juncture between a flanged window opening defined by flanges of body members and a window glass adhesively secured to the flanges defining the body opening. The molding is a plastic extrusion having a decorative trim portion which bridges the space between the edge of th ...


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Griffin Henry W: Restraint belt retractor. General Motors Corporation, Kushman J A, August 27, 1974: US3831878 (18 worldwide citation)

A vehicle occupant restraint belt retractor including a metallic locking member gravity biased to an unlocked position out of engagement with annular ratchet configurations on metallic end plates of the retractor belt reel to allow unwinding belt rotation of the reel. An inertia member responsive to ...


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Griffin Henry W: Vehicle occupant restraint belt retractor. General Motors Corporation, Kushman J A, December 3, 1974: US3851837 (10 worldwide citation)

A vehicle occupant restraint belt retractor whose belt unwinding locking is actuated in response to abrupt deceleration of the forward vehicle movement by way of mercury carried within a receptacle that is mounted on a movable locking member of the retractor. The receptacle has a pistol-shaped confi ...


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Dully Floyd I, Griffin Henry W, Meyer Barthold F: Restraint belt retractor with pendulum actuated locking. General Motors Corporation, Leahy Charles E, August 26, 1975: US3901460 (6 worldwide citation)

A vehicle body restraint belt retractor whose belt reel locking preventing belt extension is actuated by swinging movement of a metallic pendulum. The pendulum is supported between parallel side walls of the retractor housing by a plastic support member in a depending vertical orientation horizontal ...


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Griffin Henry W, Everhart Vaughn D: Anti-glare rear view mirror incorporating a meltable thermoplastic material. General Motors Corporation, Sachtjen Peter D, October 8, 1974: US3840292 (6 worldwide citation)

An anti-glare rear view mirror includes a meltable medium contained between a front clear glass element and a rear reflectorized glass element. The medium has a high optical transmission when melted and a lower transmission when solidified. An operator controlled heating element melts the contained ...


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Meier Christian, Landolt Hans Peter, Griffin Henry W: Device for applying of pastry material. Gurit Essex, July 9, 1997: EP0782886-A2 (2 worldwide citation)

The device comprises a hose-type bag containing the pulp and a component for emptying the bag of pulp and applying it in a controlled manner. The device has a basic body (1) provided with a hollow cylindrical chamber (13). The internal diameter of the chamber virtually corresponds to the external di ...


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Griffin Henry W, Johnson John, Whisler Richard E: Paintable vehicle sealer patch.. Essex Specialty Prod, December 11, 1991: EP0460586-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

applying a paint thereto, wherein at least one joint of the vehicle is sealed, characterized in that the joint is sealed prior to the application of the electrodeposition coating, and the sealer patch (1) comprises a metallic sheet (2) with opposed major faces having a layer of adhesive (3) on one s ...


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Blain Matthew J, Bhat Shailesh S, Malik John P, Griffin Henry W, Landolt Hanspeter, Meier Christian: System for applying pasty masses. Essex Specialty Products, Blain Matthew J, Bhat Shailesh S, Malik John P, Griffin Henry W, Landolt Hanspeter, Meier Christian, SIMS Norman L, July 17, 1997: WO/1997/025155

A system for applying pasty two-component masses stored in tubular bags, consists of a base unit (1), equipped with a hollow cylindrical chamber. At the front of the system an extrusion arrangement (2) is installed, equipped with means to activate the two-component mass. A press-out piston to empty ...


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Leuchten William E, Griffin Henry W: Vehicle window and a process for the preparation thereof. Essex Specialty Products, sGALBRAITH Ann K, March 3, 1994: WO/1994/004383

Described herein is prefabricated vehicle window (1) comprising (a) a vehicle window (1); and (b) a substantially uncured, deformable bead (3) of a moisture-curable adhesive material extending along the periphery of the vehicle window (1) on one side of the window; wherein the bead of adhesive (3) i ...


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