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Schmalz Jacob, Gulke John, Matel Elliot: Evaporative emissions control system. Briggs & Stratton, October 22, 2008: EP1983185-A2

The invention provides a fuel tank venting system for an engine. The fuel tank venting system includes a fuel tank (20), a carburetor (35), and a fuel tank vent passageway (50). The carburetor (35) is coupled to the fuel tank (20). The fuel tank vent passageway (50) is in fluid flow communication wi ...


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Shears Peter D, Gulke John: Integrated fuel tank and vapor containment system. Briggs & Stratton, May 10, 2006: EP1655476-A2 (1 worldwide citation)

A fuel tank (15) for an engine (10) is disclosed that includes an air cleaner assembly (20) and an air-fuel mixing device (25). The fuel tank (15) includes a first tank portion (65) and a second tank portion (70) connected to the first tank portion (65) to define a fuel chamber (75). A canister (135 ...


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SCHMALZ JACOB, GULKE JOHN, SHEARS PETER D: [fr] Capuchon de réservoir de carburant pour réservoir de carburant, [de] Kraftstofftankdeckel für einen Kraftstofftank, [en] Fuel tank cap for a fuel tank. BRIGGS & STRATTON, December 9, 2009: EP2130708-A1

[en] A fuel tank cap (34) for a fuel tank (14) of an engine. The fuel tank cap includes a fuel cap cover (70), a housing (38) having a side wall (78), a bottom wall (82), and a receptacle, a fuel vapor adsorption material (54) positioned within the receptacle, an inlet (42) disposed near the bottom ...


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Schmalz Jacob, Gulke John, Matel Elliott: Evaporative emission control system. Briggs & Stratton, October 22, 2008: EP1983184-A2

An evaporative emissions control system for an engine including a fuel tank (20) having a fuel tank vapor space, a carburetor (35) coupled to the fuel tank (20), and a fuel tank cap (40) having fuel vapor adsorption media (240) that adsorbs vapor from the fuel tank vapor space. The fuel tank cap (40 ...


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Shears Peter D, Gulke John: Integrated fuel tank and vapor containment system. Briggs &Amp Stratton, wang qiong, May 10, 2006: CN200510116294

A fuel tank for an engine that includes an air cleaner assembly and an air-fuel mixing device. The fuel tank includes a first tank portion, a second tank portion connected to the first tank portion to define a fuel chamber, and a canister at least partially formed as part of the first tank portion. ...



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