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Harold A Luettgen, Gary Golichowski: Rotatable and pivotable connector. Water Pik, Dorsey & Whitney, May 19, 2009: US07533906 (176 worldwide citation)

A rotatable, pivotable connector having a female end, a male end, a neck joining the male and female ends, and an exterior retention element. The exterior retention element, such as, for example, a fitting, may limit expansion of the exterior of the female end. The exterior retention element may als ...


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Harold A Luettgen, Gary D Golichowski, Gary L Sokol: Dual massage shower head. Water Pik, Dorsey & Whitney, October 3, 2006: US07114666 (59 worldwide citation)

A shower head having dual turbines. The shower head includes a body having an inlet for connection to a water conduit, a first outlet nozzle formed on the body, a second outlet nozzle formed on the body, a first turbine operably connected to the first outlet nozzle, and a second turbine operably con ...


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Harold A Luettgen, Gary D Golichowski, Gary L Sokol: Shower head with enhanced pause mode. Water Pik, Dorsey & Whitney, April 21, 2009: US07520448 (49 worldwide citation)

A shower head providing an improved pause mode that restricts the amount of water emanating from the head. The shower head includes a first and second outlet nozzle, a valve body operative to be in fluid communication with a shower pipe, the valve body having first and second flow channels in fluid ...


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Brian T Boyd, Brian R Williams, Michael J Quinn, Harold A Luettgen: Device and method for generating and applying ozonated water. Tersano, Borden Ladner Gervais, Curtis B Behmann, November 15, 2005: US06964739 (47 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a device and method for ozonating water and applying the ozonated water to surfaces for cleaning purposes. The instant invention allows a user to transform water into a liquid with more robust cleaning properties conveniently and in a short time. The present invention includ ...


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Harold A Luettgen, Gary D Golichowski: Vibrating personal massager. Water Pik, Dorsey & Whitney, July 6, 2004: US06758826 (42 worldwide citation)

A J-shaped vibrating massager and method for manufacture thereof. The J-shaped massager may consist of a J-shaped tubular rod, a head, one or more handles, vibratory sources, and vibratory controls. Generally, the J-shaped tubular rod may also consist of a J-hook and a barrel. Typically, the head is ...


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Harold A Luettgen, Leland C Leber, Michael J Quinn: Handheld showerhead with mode control and method of selecting a handheld showerhead mode. Water Pik, Dorsey & Whitney, September 7, 2010: US07789326 (37 worldwide citation)

A handheld showerhead with a showerhead portion and a handle portion. The showerhead portion may include at least two fluid channels. The handle portion may be operatively associated with the shower portion. The handle portion may include at least one fluid inlet or fluid passage. The handle portion ...


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Harold A Luettgen, Gary D Golichowski, Gary L Sokol: Showerhead with enhanced pause mode. Water Pik, Dorsey & Whitney, September 20, 2011: US08020788 (28 worldwide citation)

A showerhead providing an improved pause mode that restricts the amount of water emanating from the head. The showerhead includes a first and second outlet nozzle, a valve body operative to be in fluid communication with a shower pipe, the valve body having first and second flow channels in fluid co ...


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Harold A Luettgen, Michael Cammack: Flexible arm assembly. Water Pik, Dorsey & Whitney, September 30, 2003: US06626210 (26 worldwide citation)

A bead and interconnecting bead structure for use in a flexible arm assembly having improved interface characteristics allowing for simple, quiet adjustment of the structure in three dimensions, while simultaneously increasing the weight of object the arm assembly can support. The interface characte ...


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Harold A Luettgen, Leland C Leber, Michael J Quinn: Connection structure for handheld showerhead. Water Pik, Dorsey & Whitney, February 7, 2012: US08109450 (25 worldwide citation)

A handheld showerhead has a showerhead portion and a handle portion. The showerhead portion may include at least two fluid channels. The handle portion may be operatively associated with the shower portion. The handle portion may include at least one fluid inlet or fluid passage. A rigid internal sh ...


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Harold A Luettgen, Leland C Leber, Michael J Quinn: Handheld showerhead with mode control in handle. Water Pik, Dorsey & Whitney, April 3, 2012: US08146838 (22 worldwide citation)

A handheld showerhead has a showerhead portion including a plurality of spray nozzles and a handle portion including a fluid inlet that receives water flow from a water source and a fluid passage that transports the water flow from the fluid inlet to the showerhead portion in a first flow direction. ...