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Jeffrey Stewart, James McClelland, Charles E Smith: Vehicle sobriety interlock system with personal identification element. Sherman Enterprises, Larson & Larson PA, James E Larson, Herbert W Larson, November 18, 2008: US07451852 (25 worldwide citation)

An interlock system for measuring the sobriety of a potential motorized apparatus operator is coupled to the starting mechanism of said motorized apparatus. The interlock system includes a microprocessor controlled handset, base unit and photographic device. The photographic device facilitates the i ...


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Jeffrey Stewart, James McClelland, Charles E Smith: Vehicle sobriety interlock device. Sheram Enterprises, Larson Larson PA, James E Larson, Herbert W Larson, April 17, 2007: US07204335 (12 worldwide citation)

An interlock device for measuring the sobriety of a potential vehicle operator is coupled to the starting mechanism of the vehicle. The interlock device includes a microprocessor controlled handset and base unit. The base unit encloses relays to preclude the starting mechanism from engaging if a pre ...


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Joseph James McClelland: Elevated potable water tank and tower cleaning system. Grace J Fishel, October 7, 2014: US08852355 (1 worldwide citation)

A system for vacuuming out sediment when installed on the inside of a gravity feed, elevated potable water tank or tower holding water at a pressure head of the kind having a riser serving as a water inlet and outlet. The system having a manifold installed along the bottom wall of the tank or tower ...


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KELLY ROBERT JAMES MCCLELLAND: Nutritional supplement. KERAPLAST TECHNOLOGIES, Corder Timothy S, January 6, 2011: WO/2011/003015 (1 worldwide citation)

Nutritional supplements comprising keratin protein either in powder or liquid form as well as novel methods of producing soluble keratin proteins by oxidation are provided. In one embodiment of the disclosure, a soluble keratin protein product can be produced by treating an insoluble keratin source ...


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Joseph James McClelland: Elevated potable water tank and tower rotary cleaning system. Grace J Fishel, November 20, 2018: US10130977

A system for vacuuming out sediment when installed on the inside of a gravity feed, elevated potable water tank or tower holding water at a pressure head of the kind having a riser serving as a water inlet and outlet. The system having a rotating manifold driven by a rotational drive mechanism insta ...


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Kenneth James McClelland: Gas scrubber apparatus and method. Pacific Green Technologies, Island IP Law, Stephen R Burri, January 27, 2015: US08940079

A scrubber for removing contaminants from a gas stream, comprising a tank, a submerged head extending horizontally, wherein the submerged head comprises a plate having slots extending throughout, four solid joined vertical walls inset from the walls of the tank below the plate to form an open ended ...


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Jeffrey Stewart, James McClelland, Charles E Smith: Vehicle sobriety interlock system with personal identification element. Sheram Enterprises, Larson And Larson, June 28, 2007: US20070144812-A1

An interlock system for measuring the sobriety of a potential motorized apparatus operator is coupled to the starting mechanism of said motorized apparatus. The interlock system includes a microprocessor controlled handset, base unit and photographic device. The photographic device facilitates the i ...


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James McClelland, Charles E Eberling, Dick W McCreight: Traction and suspension control assembly. Honeywell Commercial Vehicle Systems Company, Leonard L Lewis, Calfee Halter &Griswould, June 6, 2002: US20020066605-A1

A proportional load transfer valve is disclosed to shift a predetermined ratio of approximately fifty percent (50%) of the weight on a tag axle to the drive axle. The load transfer valve acts in response to a pneumatic signal indicative of a traction event. The valve alters the ratio of supply port ...


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Jeffrey Stewart, James McClelland, Charles E Smith: Vehicle sobriety interlock device. Larson And Larson, November 3, 2005: US20050241871-A1

An interlock device for measuring the sobriety of a potential vehicle operator is coupled to the starting mechanism of the vehicle. The interlock device includes a microprocessor controlled handset and base unit. The base unit encloses relays to preclude the starting mechanism from engaging if a pre ...